KitchenAid® 4-Slice Digital Toaster
This 4-slice toaster features an LCD display that remembers the last shading and function set so everything toasts the same way every time, and the sleek, digital process bar shows when the toast will be ready. Its extra wide 1 1/2" slots will accept the thickest bagels, breads or pastries. The extra deep, steel toasting cavity ensures even browning, and the racks automatically adjust the slot width for thick or thin slices which keeps food upright while toasting. You can select the bagel function to reduce the power on one side of the heating elements by up to 50% so it will gently brown the bottom of the bagel while toasting the side that's sliced. There's even a defrost button so frozen pastries can be toasted to perfection in just minutes, and the reheat button quickly reheats toasted food in under a minute. Also includes manual high-lift lever and removable crumb tray. One-year warranty. UL listed. Model # KMT422.
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Kitchen Aid Toaster is P.O.S. The styling is nice but the foot print is too big. My older 4-slice was much smaller than this one. This one shows how the lawyers have gotten in the way by trying to make it idiot proof and preventing burns -- toasters are SUPPOSED to get hot. Keep your fingers off the thing & you won't get burned. This one also has too low of a heating element -- it creates stale bread not toast. When it does toast, it does so unevenly, part is burned and some is just dried out, but not browned. I like my toast toasted with a soft center, not turned into stale bread. It takes too long to toast fresh bread. I always respected the KitchenAid name when it was owned by Hobart, but since it was sold off, I guess the lawyers are running it now instead of the engineers. For my money, I should have found something else. So should you. October 27, 2011
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