Dualit has launched three new toasters, with new technology it claims guarantee excellent golden-brown toast every time.
Dualit says the toasters calculate each variable that affects speed of toasting, such as the current temperature of the toaster and the room temperature. It can then calculate exactly how long a slice needs.
We are sending one of Dualit’s new toasters for thorough testing at our lab to find out if this new technology really works. Look out for results of this and other newly tested models on our website in October.
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Dualit Perfect Toast Technology
There are three toasters in the Dualit Perfect Toast Technology range: two Stoneware Lite four-slice toasters (£84.50) and a Brushed Architect four-slice model (£100).
The Dualit Lite toasters will be available at John Lewis in August and the Brushed Architect toaster from September.
You don’t have to invest a lot to get a decent toaster. Three of our toaster Best Buys cost less than £50.
Go to our toaster reviews to find out which models have excelled in our testing and which ones to give a miss.
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