KitchenAid 5KMT4116BAC review
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KitchenAid is well known for its premium designs and this four-slice toaster follows the trend with its smooth lines and appealing gloss finish. It comes with a price tag to match, so you'll no doubt want it to make cracking good toast. We tested it thoroughly to see whether it toasts quickly and evenly, so read on to find out how it fared.What's included:
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- What is it?
- What's it great at?
- Is there anything I should watch out for?
- Is there anything else I should know?
- Should I buy it?
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- Type of browning controlManual
- Browning levels7
- Cable length105cm
- Matching kettle
- Additional infoThis toaster has been tested to the 2013-2019 test programme. Results for toasters tested before December 2013 and after September 2019 aren’t directly comparable.
- Manufacturers contact number0800 988 1266
- Manufacturer URLWww.kitchenaid.co.uk
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