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Magimix unveils see-through Vision toaster

Clear toaster lets you watch your toast cook

Magimix Vision toaster

Magimix has launched what it claims is the world’s first see-through toaster, the Magimix Vision.

The two-slice toaster costs £160 and features glass windows at the front and back to let you see your bread browning.

You can read our first impressions of the Vision in our Magimix Vision first look review. 

There are also full reviews of 88 two- and four-slice toasters from brands including Magmix, Dualit, DeLonghi and Breville, as well as reviews of the latest kettles, coffee machines and breadmakers in our section.

Magimix Vision toaster

The Vision’s unique design does away with the traditional heating bars on each side of the bread slots. These are replaced by quartz elements at the top and bottom of the toaster, which deflect heat into the toasting cavity allowing the toaster’s glass windows to give a full view of the bread inside.

We’ll be testing the Magimix Vision toaster soon, and we’ll publish full results in March 2010.

Some high street stores may get limited stocks of the Magimix Vision in December, but it will available nationwide from January.

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