At $US40 it can certainly still be considered a cheap kitchen appliance, but it brings something wonderful to the world of low-end toasters. Namely a removable set of cages with plastic handles that makes it easy to retrieve your toast after browning with zero risk of burning or electrocution. The toaster itself also stays cool to the touch when in use, and it’s even easy on the eyes with a curvy stainless steel and stark white housing. [Ariete via Appliancist]
Avoid Electrocution By Using This Toaster's Clever Plastic Handles
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