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Cheap and Cheerful
Toasters last a long time in our household. Had to retire an old Breville 4 slice - bought around 20 years ago - which still toasted beautifully, but basically had to be held down the entire time for toasting, and helped upwards with a tool of some sort (with plug disconnected of course!!) after toasting stuff like muffins/crumpets.
We learned after a bad experience with both Pioneer and LG that brand names no longer necessarily denote quality. So these days we buy cheap and cheerful. Which seem to get similar lifespans unfortunately!
Saw thi...s one in Coles. Normal price twenty bux, but on special for just $16. Yep ... seriously. Very few to zero reviews ... but what the hell, there’s this thing called Australian Consumer Law. Anyway ... it toasts stuff. Reasonably well. The spring isn’t all that strong, so again some things have to be helped up a little afterwards ... like crumpets and muffins. The thermostat control isn’t always consistent .... but it’s a $16 toaster ... not a jet fighter. Overall I’m happy with it ... and if after 364 days there’s even the slightest problem with it, it will simply be exchanged for a new one under warranty!
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