Finished in modern stainless steel, with dark grey accents, the Dualit 4-Slice Architect Toaster makes an aesthetically pleasing addition to any kitchen worktop. Not just good looking though, it is also packed with handy features to ensure you get the perfect golden slice of toast every time. What else would you expect from the toast enthusiasts at Dualit?.
Perfect Toast Technology
Featuring Dualit’s patented Perfect Toast Technology, this toaster senses the temperature of its surroundings and calculates the exact toasting time for a consistent golden brown finish.
Customisable Stylish Appearance
While we think this toaster brings a modern industrial vibe with its stainless steel finish with grey accents, you can customise it to suit your particular colour scheme. With interchangeable screw-on side panels available separately, you can make sure this toaster effortlessly blends in with the rest of your kitchen, or, if you choose a slightly more vibrant finish, stands out from the rest of the worktop.
Peek and Pop Function
We have all been there. Stopping the toast cycle only to find your slice needs a little bit longer, and then overdoing it. Well the Peek and Pop function from Dualit lets you check the progress of your toast without having to reset the cycle, making it easier than ever to get that perfectly golden slice.
Bagel Setting and Extra-Wide Slots
For when you fancy something a little different, there is a dedicated bagel setting to ensure your bagel is crispy on the top, while still being soft on the bottom. This is also ideal for toasting burger buns for a gourmet cheeseburger. The extra-wide slots are ideal for thicker loaves of bread, such as doorstop.
There are also defrost and cancel functions, for if you’re getting some bread out of the freezer or need to stop the toast cycle for whatever reason.
If you’re kitting out your kitchen, there is also a matching kettle, as well as a smaller 2-slice toaster, if you need something more compact.
Dualit was born out of one man's passion for invention, well-engineered products and hard graft. Max Gort-Barten came out of the British army after WWII filled with engineering ideas, and started his business in Camberwell – one of his earliest ideas was the Dual-Light electric fire, which gave the company its name, but it was their now iconic patented toaster that caught the public’s attention. Still specialising in toasters, Dualit’s product line now includes a range of small electrical appliances, from kettles, to hand mixers and countertop ovens. Now run by the second and third generations of the family, Dualit stick firmly to Max’s principles of reliability and durability: No frills, no gimmicks, no compromise, just great products.
29 x 28 x 21cm H. (11” x 11 ½ “ x 8 ¼ “). 2250W.