Summary Rather expensive, but seems to be worth the extra money. Comes in a multitude of colors to match just about any kitchen decor. Not made to work like most other toasters which have a spring loaded pop up feature. This one has a lever for lowering and raising the toast. Instead of light, medium, and dark settings you have a timer which is controlled by a knob to control the number of minutes you toast. Once the time is up a bell rings.
Patented ProHeat elements, a series of flat bars behind a smooth, transparent coating
Housing is constructed of stainless steel
Slots measure 28 mm wide and are extra deep
Rubberized feet and an adjustable leg for uneven surfaces
Rocker switch for making 2 slices or 4 slices
Fine tune browning time with the 4 minute timer knob
Features an ejector knob rather than a pop up function
One year warranty
Unit measures 15.4" x 10.3" x 10"
Summary Very uncomplicated design, with the ejector knob rather than a pop up design, you need to manually eject your toast once done, or you will end up with very dark bread. Comes in a retro style with plenty of colors for matching any kitchen decor. It also comes in the traditional stainless steel finish. Uses a simple toggle switch for switching from 2 slices to 4 slices. Has a bigger footprint than most other toasters, so it will take up more of your kitchen counter space. There is no light/medium/dark toast settings, instead you get a timer knob. Toasting is based on time rather than color. Takes a little experimenting to get the time down, but once you do it is a breeze to operate. Toaster is very expensive, but then it will probably be the only toaster you will ever need.
Summary Toaster makes consistently good toast in a reasonable length of time. You get a toasting lever that will raise the toast high enough so you don't get burnt fingers no matter how small the piece of toast is. Unit is simple to use and very solid.