Dualit NewGen Silver review
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The 4-slice Dualit NewGen Silver toaster is a stunning-looking retro toaster which has the feel of a 1950s coffee shop about it. It comes equipped with a mechanical countdown timer and a manual eject, as well as a curvaceously cool design - but does its performance match its great looks? We put this toaster to the test to find out.
- Pros and cons
- Use one, two, three or four slots at once
- Not easy to use
- Well built
- Type of browning controlManual
- Browning levels3
- Bread slot sizes-
- Cable length91m
- Matching kettle
- Additional infoWe introduced new toaster tests in December 2013. This toaster has been tested to the old test programme. Results for toasters tested after December 2013 aren’t directly comparable.
- Manufacturers contact number01293 652500
- Manufacturer URLWww.dualit.com
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