Cuisinart Touch to Toast Lever-Less Toaster - 2 Slice
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- Brushed stainless-steel toaster has 2 extra wide slots for toast
- Motorized controls lower items for a lever free experience
- Enhanced bagel toasting setting and defrost and reheat functions
- 7 shade settings and an audible alert signal when your food is ready
- Blue LCD display with countdown timers
- Cuisinart Toaster
- Instruction Booklet Manual
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Of the 211 reviewers who responded, 186 would recommend this product.
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- Good even toast- November 21, 2015
The CPT 420 toaster consistently produces evenly toasted bread. I generally use the 3 or 4 setting for toast. We use the 8 defrost and 8 toast setting for frozen arepas. The bagel setting works excellently. Finding the proper toast setting can be tricky, but I guess you have tinker with all toaster settings to find your favorite on all toasters. I wish that you could pop the toast up to see if it is done and then continue the toasting from where you left off if it isn't toasted instead of adjusting the setting to a lower number and starting over if it isn't. Overall a very good toaster, I am glad I bought it.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Cutting Edge Design, visually and mechanically- March 24, 2018
This is probably the best toaster I've ever purchased. The big blue screen is easy to read. The fact that I can toast bagels just on one side is clever. But to be able to defrost or reheat takes this toaster to a new level. I especially like how quiet it is when the toasting if finished. No popping up! Just a gentle beep and it slowing comes up. So sophisticated! Plus, it looks great with all my stainless steel appliances. And it is not a 'retro' design. Just modern, clean lines without being severe. Excellent looking and best multi-functioning toaster I've ever owned.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Toast Elevator- March 21, 2017
In this push-button era, why do most toasters still have springs and levers? I could have even got a Cuisinart that looked virtually the same, but had a lever. And what do you even call that knob, ... an ejection handle, ... a toasting lever, .... a sliding catch thingee ?? This unit seemed so much cooler. And so far so good! Browns evenly, has a countdown timer and beeps twice, with a blue light that goes off when not in use. Plus ... THE TOAST ELEVATOR !! The kids love it. They laughed their heads off the first time I showed them how to use it. Why didn't toasters come with this before? The only downside ... Bread consumption has gone up in our house since we got it. (Well, maybe that's not so bad(.
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