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Deal of the week: Russell Hobbs silver toaster, £24

Best deal on Russell Hobbs' two-slice model

Russell Hobbs toaster

Deal of the week: Russell Hobbs Classic toaster

This classic two-slice model from Russell Hobbs was crowned the top toaster by Channel 5’s Gadget Show – if you’ve got your eye on one, here’s where to buy it for less.

It’s not often you see a whole segment about toasters on the telly, so when we saw that the Gadget Show had rated the Russell Hobbs silver Classic toaster as its number one toaster recently, we thought we’d follow it up with a dedicated deal of the week.

Testing the Classic

When we tested the Russell Hobbs Classic 13766 and 14360 toasters in the Which? test lab we were also impressed with how easy the controls were to operate, and found the toaster fits most standard-sized bread and smaller items like teacakes – but it is a bit tricky to keep clean.

You can read our full and independent verdict on the Classic toaster in our toasters review.

Our tests go to great lengths to uncover which toasters produce the perfect toast. We make six rounds of toast with each model: three with fresh bread, and three with frozen. We measure toasting time, the browning coverage and the evenness of the toasting – on both sides.

Russell Hobbs toaster deal

The best deal we found was on the brushed stainless steel look version of this toaster – Russell Hobbs model number 14360. 

It’s usually £29.99, but head to Amazon to find one for £23.99, including free Super Saver delivery.

If you’re after the polished stainless steel version of the toaster – model 13766 – it’s £27.99 at Amazon.

More on this…

  • Expert tips on how to shop for the best toaster.
  • We’ve rated and reviewed more than 180 different toasters – head straight to our Best Buys.
  • Where to shop for our deal of the week: Amazon.

Spotted it for less elsewhere, or found a great bargain on a toaster? Email bargains@which.co.uk with the details and we’ll update this page. All prices correct as of 2pm, 21 September 2011.

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