Hamilton Beach SmartToast® 2 Slice Toaster
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- Ready tone sounds when toast cycle is complete
- Food stays warm in slot - raise lifter to remove
- Fast toasting with 1000 Watt heater
- Slim, versatile design even fits gourmet bread
- Crumb tray
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Recommended with the caveat that it may need adjustment/repair.
Most recent customer reviews
After a few years of use, it is rusting on the chrome top. I've never left it wet....Published 19 days ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome toaster. Can toast from frozen to fresh bread, bagels, English muffins, etc. Works very well.Published 14 months ago by chinoyvr
Works great! You may have to get used to the toast not being popped up but the buzzer lets you know when it's done. The toast stays down to supposedly keep it warm. Read morePublished 16 months ago by James
Loved it when we got it but broke less than 6 months after.Published 19 months ago by Gabrielle Cournoyer
This ìs the best toaster I have ever owned.
I needed a new toaster right away when mine died and I looked at all the local stores for a replacement toaster with a long... Read more
I've had this toaster for over 2 years now and it's worked perfectly. I love the fact it's only 1 slot, it allows you to toast many different types of bread. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Martin
Broad time that allow toasting hard rye bread down to much faster white breads if you lack the tastebuds to enjoy bread properly. Convenient breadcrumb tray for cleaning. Read morePublished on June 1 2014 by Gopala Hébert
I have had this toaster quite awhile and it works just fine. It was replaced after the first one wouldn't stay down after the first week.
No problems with the replacement. Read more
Bought this from Amazon Canada and had it for maybe four months before it stopped working completely. Read morePublished on Aug. 24 2013 by Anthemic