They also come with bagel toasting functions and you can order a sandwich cage as an optional extra.
Available in either cream or black, they are being sold through John Lewis at around £59 for the two slice model and £79 for the four slice model.
The company’s Vario model already has this function, but is considerably more expensive at £135.
Which? toaster testing
Kenwood’s £27 Turin TTM400 also gives you the chance to see how your toast is doing, which it calls ‘peek and view’. Its £44 Virtu TTM312 did rather better in our tests.
But both lag behind the pre-peek and pop Dualit Lite, which narrowly missed Best Buy status. Which? has tested 93 toasters currently on the market, including six Best Buys costing £22 or less.
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