We know life can get busy at times so Russell Hobbs has developed a toaster that not only delivers the tasty toasted bread-based treats, but also trims down your waiting time too. Whether you’re making your little ones breakfast before school or you’re grabbing a quick snack on your way out to work, we want your waiting time to be minimal.
Whether you like your bread thick and chunky or prefer it light and crispy, the long-slots and bread centring guides will ensure your toast achieves an even tan, however toasted you like it. For those of you who can’t resist a sneak peak, use the lift and look feature to check on how your bread is toasting.
With the innovative Fast Toast technology, the Russell Hobbs Elegance long slot toaster guarantees up to 50% faster toasting. The integrated “Lift and Look” function allows you to watch the toast during roasting without interrupting the process. For an individually selectable degree of roast, the device is equipped with six browning levels, which are indicated by blue lights. The 1,420-watt toaster also scores with a bread roll attachment and a crumb tray as well as a stop, defrost and warm-up function. The Elegance breakfast series impresses with its stylish and high-quality glass design combined with stainless steel accents. In addition, the series has high-quality features that make you long for a hearty breakfast.
- Power Watt: 1420W
- Dimension: 39.6 (W) x 13.2 (D) x 22 (H) Cm
Up to 50% faster
Desperate for a snack before you dash out? Then the Elegance Toaster is designed just for you. Our specially developed fast toasting technology cuts up to 50% off your usual toasting times* – so don’t worry if you’re in a hurry.
Red Dot 2018 Product Design Award
As we are one of Europe’s leading small electrical appliance brands, we are proud to announce that we have been awarded a prestigious Red Dot 2018 Product Design Award for our Elegance Breakfast Collection. The Red Dot Award is a coveted prize, which has been awarded by the world-renowned Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Essen, Germany since 1955 is known as the industrial design “Oscar.”