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Nothing to Boast about... Review with images

AdvantagesIt does toast bread. Cheap

DisadvantagesLooks cheap, buttons and dials don't really control the settings,

"...a generic white plastic appliance Asda have designed this one in silver/grey plastic. It wouldn't fool anybody into thinking it was metal in construction as it has an undeniably cheap look to it but I figured that being grey it wouldn't show fingerprints as obviously as a white appliance would and would probably not discolour as badly over the course of time. It is a 2 slot toaster with a single numbered dial on the front fascia along with 3 buttons ..." Read review
17.05.2011

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Does The Job and Cheap To Boot

AdvantagesEasy to use, looks fairly nice, cheap

DisadvantagesUneven toasting, small

"We got this toaster when we moved into our house and funds were low so we were doing things as cheaply as possible. It fitted in with the gray scheme that we had going on in the kitchen and it only cost £5 so it ticked all of the boxes. I have to say that I am pretty pleased with it and, six years later, it is still going strong to the point that it doesn't look like it is going to need replacing anytime soon. ===***How Does It Look?***=== As you ..." Read review
11.09.2013

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A Let Down.

Advantageslooks more expensive than £5, evenly light brown toast if you like that.

Disadvantagestime consuming to wait for well done toast, stopped working, not for thicker sliced bread.

"...years ago from my local Asda supermarket for around £5, I remember being quite chuffed with the price and the overall look of the toaster, so I decided to give it a try. Asda no longer sell thing model, and it has been replaced with an updated version which has a higher price tag of £9.00. == The Design == The Asda toaster has a 800 watt power and is made from grey plastic material. It is also fairly small in size. Although the plastic grey finish ..." Read review
16.01.2014

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A toaster for a fiver?! Review with images

AdvantagesNo issues in 4 years, so cheap

DisadvantagesIt doesn't do anything special, not very attractive

"When my partner and I moved down to London after university, we equipped our new kitchen with the cheapest appliances that we could find! Just about to start our first jobs our only consideration was cost; quality didn't even factor into the equation. Four years later the flat has been somewhat revamped, however one appliance in the kitchen is still there working as well as ever. Our toaster. We bought the toaster during a shopping trip to ASDA, ..." Read review
06.12.2011

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cheap and cheerfull

Advantagescheap and it works

Disadvantagestemperamental

"...last summer from my local Asda store, it was on offer along with the matching Kettle, I payed around £12 for the two, I thought this was an absolute bargain. The toaster is made out of plastic but has a metal appearance, it is a sort of grey silver colour, I think this makes it look more expensive and quite modern. It is quite a chunky toaster with nice clear buttons, it toasts two slices, the main feature is the large wheel that alters the timer, ..." Read review
23.04.2012

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