Reviews and Problems with Proctor Silex Cool-Touch Toaster
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Great toaster with pop-up feature
Margot Rose, Amazon
29 July 2015
Summary: A great toaster. I was looking for a toaster that is white, not stainless steel, and this one is pleasant to look at and well-designed. The very best feature is the red button that allows you to pop the toast up before the toaster does.
It's actually a bare-bones toaster but functions far better than toasters double the price
T. Merritt, Amazon
23 February 2015
Summary: Nothing fancy but it's priced accordingly. It's actually a bare-bones toaster but functions far better than toasters double the price. I purchased one prior to this one that was bigger in size but yet the slots were to shallow to accommodate a typical frozen waffle or bagel and didn't toast evenly.
This one does a good job on narrow bread slices and deserves a 4 ...
J. Bushnell, Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: First, there is no such thing as a 5 star toaster. This one does a good job on narrow bread slices and deserves a 4 except that the electric cord is about a foot short and the bread hangs up on the metal lip sometimes.
Summary: For the same money you can buy a bigger toaster with better quality from local retailer or over Internet
Pros: It does its job for those who is not picky
Cons: Unequal baking. Internal side of both toasts is overbaked while external side is not backed enough It doesn't fit majority of pre-sliced types of bread having top of toast popping up from the top of toaster and not baked at all
Summary: Hate this toaster! Even though you can lift the lever for an added boost to remove whatever you are toasting, it's not enough for you to grab the item. Bagels are too thick, English muffins are too short. I'm constantly using a knife or tipping the unit upside down to get my toasted items out.
Summary: FIRST ONE ARRIVED WITH THE RIGHT SIDE SLOTS NOT HOLDING BREAD DOWN.REPLACEMENT WORKS AND TOASTS NICELY BUT THE TOAST DOES NOT POP UP ALL THE WAY.I FIND I HAVE TO STICK A KNIFE INTO THE CRUST TO GET THE HOT TOAST OUT...