Send Your Bread Through This Tunnel Of Toast In the Morning

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Minimizing the risk of burning your fingers on piping hot toast, Arzum's new Firrin features a slide-out tray instead of the more traditional pop-up design used on most toasters. The tray allows you to stop the toasting process almost instantly when it's completely removed, and it looks a lot more efficient at collecting bread crumbs for easy disposal.

Visually monitoring the level of toasting on your bread, bagel, or croissant is made a little difficult with the lack of any windows on the toaster. But the sides are left completely open providing at least a couple of places to peek in and see how things are going. Functionality-wise the $72 toaster is pretty run-of-the-mill, so Arzum is clearly banking on the Firrin's unique design and small but vibrant selection of colors to justify its price tag. [Arzum via The Appliancist]

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david0296
obtusegoose

Why would anyone design a toaster that can only handle one piece of bread at a time? ...and why would you want the ends open like that? You want to concentrate as much heat as possible on the bread so it gets toasted faster.