Breville Kitchen Appliances
BEST BREVILLE TOASTERS
Technology fills today’s kitchens. While this busy room is still the heart of the home, today, every appliance speaks to both cooking needs and design aesthetic. Toasters are a basic kitchen appliance, but Breville has taken their models to new heights. These toasters incorporate the latest technology and features that customize toasting to your personal preferences.
Do you like your toast crispier than other members of your family? Luckily, on some models, each slot has its own browning control. Ever have your toast pop up and then wish it could toast only a little longer? Some Breville toasters can do exactly that. Or would you like to peek at your toast without stopping the timer? Yep, Breville toasters let you do that, too.
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Size and number of slots
- Extra-wide: Do you cook bagels or Texas toast? Then, extra-wide slots might be a good option for you. These wide slots open the door to more toasting options and don’t leave you trying to either shove bread in or pull toast out of a slot that’s too small. These models may have extra-wide slots, but the overall size of the toaster is almost identical to models with average-sized slots.
- Extra-long: For those with gourmet tastes, extra-long slots give you the space to cook far more than your average piece of toast. Try baguettes cut lengthwise or opt for a round loaf of French bread. You can also use the extra-long slots to cook four rather than two pieces of toast.
- Two slots: If you’re cooking for one or two people, two slots is probably enough. Two-slot Breville toasters can be found with either normal, extra-wide, or extra-long slots.
- Four slots: Breville makes toasters with four extra-wide slots. Whether you’re cooking bagels or a fat slice of homemade bread, these toasters can fit it without a problem.
The die-cast advantage
Breville is known for its high-end, die-cast toasters, but what is it that makes these toasters so special? The die-cast process produces better dimensional accuracy, stability, and incredible heat resistance. The walls of the casing can be much thinner and lighter but still incredibly strong and durable. Overall, you get a stronger, lighter, more durable, heat-resistant toaster. That’s worth a few extra dollars.
From blenders to mixers, there are so many wonderful appliances you can line your kitchen counters with that counter space is always at a premium. If you’re short on space, a two-slot toaster is the most compact option by Breville. Of course, extra-long slot and four-slot models are the largest.
A fun feature that lets everyone get the perfect slice of toast is Breville’s variable browning feature. On these models, the toasting time can be independently set for each slot. You can have one slice that’s warmed and another that’s delightfully crisp.
Removable crumb tray
No matter what you do, bread will leave crumbs. Removable crumb trays let you empty the toaster after each use. You may still have some crumbs left behind, but the majority will be cleared out when the crumb tray is emptied and cleaned.
Control button location
While Breville places all timer controls on the side of their toasters, control buttons can either be found on the side or top. The control location doesn’t affect efficiency or toasting results. However, models with buttons on the top are slightly less likely to be tampered with by children. Top buttons may be easier to see if you have limited neck mobility while side buttons might be easier for those in a wheelchair.
Setting light indicators
Whether the toaster has variable browning control or not, all Breville toasters have light indicators on the browning setting in addition to numbers. Sometimes a visual indicator is easier to read when you’re across the kitchen or in a hurry.
Bread can be delicate, which makes Breville’s 1-touch lowering feature perfect if you like to eat pastries and thinly cut breads. With a touch of a button, the toaster tray lowers itself into the toaster. The controlled movement of the tray not only preserves your toast but also puts less wear and tear on the components of the toaster.“The first electric toasters did not include a timer. Instead, someone had to stand close by and remove the toast when it looked done. “STAFFBestReviews
“Lift and look” lever
Breville has design features based on customer feedback. One of those is the “lift and look” lever, which allows you to peek at the toast without stopping the timer or ruining the lowering mechanism.
“A Bit More”
Have you ever had your toast pop up only to realize that it still needed “a bit more” time to reach perfection? The “A Bit More” button does just that — it adds more time for the perfect toast.
Breville incorporates some unique features without loading their toasters down with a long list of preset buttons. Besides the “Lift and Look” and “A Bit More” buttons, the only presets include the “bagel” and “frozen” settings. When you really think about it, that’s probably all you’ll ever need.
- Stainless steel: Stainless steel has been the kitchen standard of excellence for decades. Breville’s stainless steel models have a uniform matte finish on the top and all sides.
- Plastic: Not everyone’s a fan of stainless steel, and Breville makes sure to appeal to a wider variety of tastes. Their white plastic models have the same quality and features as the stainless steel options for those kitchens where stainless isn’t the norm.
- Die-cast: The die-cast finish is where Breville toasters really shine. The seamless stainless steel exterior of these models have an almost industrial look. If you want a toaster that looks modern and has the features to back it up, a die-cast model might be in your future.