Our latest toasters testing sees one more top toaster added to our Best Buy list, with a couple of browning beauties just missing out on the accolade. But which toasters have triumphed?
Our full test results reveal whether you can get away with spending just £19 for a good four slice toaster, or if it’s best to invest more to guarantee your perfect crunch come breakfast time.
To find out which toasters impressed the most across all of our recent testing, head to our toaster reviews.
Cheap toasters v premium toasters
The priciest toaster in our recent tests is the Smeg TSF01PVUK – a two-slice toaster, complete with that distinctive Smeg look – but it will set you back £100. For less than a fifth of this price is the easy-to-use Asda George Home GPT201W4 toaster – which will toast you four slices at a time.
A trio of Breville toasters also feature in our latest testing. The Breville Impressions VTT470 is the priciest and ticks the good looking box, but does it make better toast than the bright Breville VTT628 Colour Notes or the speedy Breville VTT361 Style?
The DeLonghi Brillante CTJ4003 toaster has a striking-looking, shiny, faceted finish. This four-slice toaster, available in black or white, currently costs just £40, which is inexpensive for a DeLonghi toaster. If you’re after a matching pair, a kettle in the same style and at the same price is also available.
Find out which of the kettles and toasters we’ve reviewed pair up perfectly in our .
New toaster reviews
The ten toasters in our recent round of testing are:
- Find out all of our toaster Best Buys
- Browse our guide on how to buy the best toaster
- Want tea with your toast? Go to our kettle reviews