Summary: the one side works fine, but if you try to use the other side be ready for burnt toast! the timer for the one side, even if u put it at the losest setting will keep going till u lift the handel.
Summary: Our Proctor Silex toaster lasted almost 10 years and then it gave up the ghost. And since it was a great product why go with something else? So of course we bought another. Looks great and works wonderful.
Summary: Ok, ive had it 2 years +/- now, must be set on full dark to toast most things but thats what i do, recently left side wont stay down by itself, i have to stay next to it and hold it down for 4slices at a time, wide slots do most things well, best way to pot up is to unplug as its hard to get finger under button to popup early, no big deal, decent for the price , cord is a bit short and attached closer to front, makes it bit more of a hassle but i live with it, saved fuel...
Summary: This appliance lasted less than 1 year. Even at the lowest setting one side would burn the toast. Even trying to stop it is really hard so that meant having to throw away the toast. Then, the other side would not toast well at the lowest setting. Would not buy this product again.
Summary: LOVE A GREAT 4 SLICE TOASTER. THIS IS ONLY GOOD. LIKE THE SLOT SIZES, CLEANOUT IS GOOD. DISLIKE THE LACK "INTERRUPTION" FEATURE ON TEMP CONTROLS BUT CAN'T BE THE PRICE AND WOULD BE GREAT FOR A DORM, FRAT HOUSE OR TIGHT BUDGETS.
Summary: The only thing I don't care for is that you have to jerk the lever up to get the toast out (if you decide to take it before it's ready) and the toast flies out of the toaster. With my previous PS toaster you merely had to turn the setting knob back for the toast to pop up.
Summary: We've gone through 3 toasters in the past year trying to find a good one. The one before this one was a high dollar one that had all the extras but gave inconsistent toasting and ate thin slices of bread! We read the reviews and took a look at them in person and took a chance on this one. It toasts very even and consistent and it does not drop the bread down in the tray! Most units have a slim little platform for the bread to sit on and nothing else to hold up the bread.