The right toaster for you depends on the size of your kitchen, how many you are feeding and how often you will use it. Families will find a four slice toaster is essential to get everyone moving in the morning, whereas apartment dwellers may opt for a sleek 2 slice model. Let’s look at the three main styles.
The Good Guys has a terrific range of 4 slice toasters for your family. Whether your kitchen is modern, industrial or old-school, we can help find the one for you.
Toast your own version of perfection with the Russell Hobbs Copper Brooklyn Toaster. The copper accents look great matching with other detailing in your kitchen, and it boasts browning control, high-lift functionality and a removable crumb tray.
The black geometric finish of the DeLonghi Brilliante 4 Slice Toaster is like a centrepiece for your kitchen. Its variable browning function will help you to get the right crunch for your morning bagel.
Proudly show off the famous 1950’s of the Smeg Retro Style 4 Slice Toaster in your kitchen. Available in a range of colours, it’s a classic that can’t be beaten. With chrome detailing and a retro logo, it also features three pre-set programs and six variable toasting levels.
When space is at a premium in your kitchen, you don’t have to compromise on style and quality. Check out our huge range of 2 slice toasters, and a few of our favourites as well.
There’s a reason why this toaster is called the Kambrook Perfect Slice Toaster. With a matte black finish, 6 browning settings, a defrost button and self-centring slots, welcome to the perfect slice every day.
This compact Breville Luxe 2 slice toaster is the toast of your new kitchen. In black truffle colour, it adds a touch of luxury to your home. The toaster for the modern kitchen, it can even adjust the toasting time for each style of bread. Looking for something smarter? Check out Breville’s the Smart Toast® 2 Slice Toaster.
If you love baking your own bread or thick crusty slices straight from a Parisienne bakery, then a wide slot toaster is for you. Check out our favourite models.
This KitchenAid wide slot toaster is perfect for modern kitchens in a sleek onyx black. It looks so good you’ll never want to take it off your benchtop. With a four slice capacity, it’s wide enough to handle the thickest of sourdoughs.
Go back to the future with this Smeg 50’s retro style chrome toaster. Who knew toasting bread could be so fun? It’s extra wide and extra long and boasts the iconic 1950’s Smeg style that still looks gorgeous. With six toasting functions, you’ll also love its versatility.
More than just great colours and different sizes, there are plenty of things that you should look out for when buying a new toaster. Here are some of our favourite features.
Size counts when choosing a toaster. We recommend a 4 slice toaster for a busy family and a 2 slice toaster for couples or apartment living. Unless you really love a few extra slices in the morning…
Here are a few tips when considering toaster designs:
If you like your appliances with the latest bells and whistles, some toasters now feature LED lights as a progression bar or timer, WiFi connectivity and different alerts that let you know when your toast is ready.
If you’ve ever burnt your fingers taking hot toast or crumpets out of the toaster, you’ll realise how awesome a height-lift carriage is. It allows you to raise smaller items above the slots and saves the ends of your fingers.
For the inquisitive, impatient, curious or all of the above, the Lift’n’Look feature allows you to manually raise the toast up so you can see how it’s going. It won’t even interrupt the heating cycle for you.
Our favourite feature is the countdown clock on the digital display that some modern toasters have. 3…2…1… toast liftoff!
‘A bit more’ button gives your toast a minute more cooking time without needing to start the toasting cycle again. Basically, it’s a shortcut to toast perfection.
You’ve created a fabulous modern kitchen, and appliances like a toaster can really finish off the look. If you’ve created a Scandi style kitchen, go for a toaster that is sleek and stylish. Your Hamptons kitchen needs a white or pale coloured toaster to match the neutral tones. Have you upgraded your appliances to stainless steel? Then a stainless steel toaster will match the look as well. The Smeg retro toaster looks perfect within an industrial kitchen, whereas a gorgeous black toaster will suit any modern kitchen with a little flair.
There are loads of toasters in the range at your local The Good Guys store, so you’re sure to find the one that best suits your needs.