New Toaster Recommendation

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by The Pup, Jan 21, 2019.

  1. Alchemist XP

    Alchemist XP Silver Supporting Member

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    You looking for hand wired or not?
     
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  2. The Pup

    The Pup Supporting Member

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    P2P
     
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  3. The Pup

    The Pup Supporting Member

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  4. Sneaky

    Sneaky Member

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    Wolf makes a nice one, it’s no Hobart, but it can be had for under $500.

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  5. GGinMP

    GGinMP Silver Supporting Member

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    We've had a 2-slice SMEG toaster for 2 years now, and it works well so far.
     
  6. M40A1

    M40A1 Supporting Member

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    Let alone keep up with slicing the avacados, ha!
     
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  7. RJLII

    RJLII Member

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    Go big or go home. Everyone needs a toaster that pulls like an electric range.
     
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  8. Parlorman

    Parlorman Silver Supporting Member

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  9. Nevets

    Nevets Supporting Member

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    It's not four slice but you get a picture of a cute kitty with every piece.
     
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  10. RJLII

    RJLII Member

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    Sweetwater offers it on $10K guitars.
     
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  11. outlawten5

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    I just picked up a cuisinart. Makes pretty good toast. Evenly toasted. Can't speak for the reliability just yet.
     
  12. okie

    okie Supporting Member

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    ala Blues Brothers:

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  13. sjwieczorkow

    sjwieczorkow Supporting Member

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    We are! Well, I am anyways...
     
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  14. Boonda

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    I use an oven but also have a cheap $10 toaster I like cuz it burns small parts of the bread which gives it a really cool rustic / fancy look when I toast sourdough slices In it
     
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  15. shane8

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    my so burns bread over the gas cooktop :|

    I use the oz$7 kmart 2 slicer :|

    maybe I should hand in my tgp card :|
     
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  16. cogan

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    There's always the "Mighty Lil' Toaster", which was Kimock's handle for a while:

     
  17. Whiskeyrebel

    Whiskeyrebel Supporting Member

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    We have this which works fine
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    If it breaks I'm thinking of getting this device:
     
  18. Dave M

    Dave M Supporting Member

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    Here's a man that can think pragmatically and overcome instead of blindly throwing money at the issue, like a TS/Klone at a kitschy amp.
    How the hell did you get in here? Oh, no door cover into The Pub. Beer's on me....
     
  19. Dave M

    Dave M Supporting Member

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    "Lame", poser attempt with not only misaligned crumb trays, but un-booteekey tgp-"cred" P2/cross-point drive fasteners (instead of far superior BHCS). Bound to provoke "butthurt" (shhhhh.....) among some "offset 'style'" "artisans".


    That said, this:

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    No doubt, an obvious Raiders Defense inspired and autentic appliance, -- especially by the secondary units the last few years.
     
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  20. pickdropper

    pickdropper I am Soldering Iron Man Vendor

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    Will that work in Las Vegas? :D
     
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