Dualit® Lite Black 2-Slice Soft-Touch Toaster
An array of features makes it one of the best toasters in its class, including a Peek & Pop® function for greater browning control that allows you to check bread while toasting without cancelling the toasting cycle, a Bagel button for toasting buns and bagels (toasts one side and warms the other), and a Defrost button for toasting frozen bread.
This toaster uses higher wattage for faster toasting, with extra-wide 36mm slots for larger items, a high-lift mechanism to remove small items easily, and a concealed and removable crumb tray. Toaster is constructed with an insulated polished stainless steel cover and ABS body that’s easy to clean.
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- Model: 25375
- Dimensions: 10" x 6" x 8"; 5 lbs.
- Material: Insulated steel body
- Watts: 900
- Warranty: 1-year limited warranty
- Made in England
- Commercially rated toaster is the perfect blend of simplicity and style
- Soft-style finish stays cool to the touch and won’t mark your kitchen surfaces
- Array of features makes it one of the best toasters in its class
- Peek & Pop function for greater browning control that allows you to check bread while toasting without cancelling the toasting cycle
- Bagel button for toasting buns and bagels (toasts one side and warms the other)
- Defrost button for toasting frozen bread
- Higher wattage for faster toasting
- Extra-wide 36mm slots for larger items
- High-lift mechanism to remove small items easily
- Concealed, removable crumb tray
- Insulated polished stainless steel cover and ABS body that’s easy to clean
- 1-year limited warranty
An astute businessman, Max decided not to compete head to head with other emerging consumer brands but instead focused on the commercial market. In 1952, he designed and engineered a six-slice toaster with a built-in timer (the first of its kind). Over the next 20 years, the company grew slowly, gradually improving and extending its range of commercial toasters and adding other related products.
Everything started to change in the ‘70s when Max’s son Leslie joined the business. A government-sponsored design grant gave Dualit the opportunity to employ a Royal College of Art design graduate. Export incentives prompted Leslie and Max to exhibit at foreign trade shows. And consumer demand for professional kitchen appliances led retailers to stock Dualit products.
When the Dualit toaster became the must-have kitchen appliance of the ‘80s, the company was swamped by an insatiable demand. It was forced to extend the factory twice over and find ways of increasing its manufacturing capacity.