Bosch TAT3A011GB Village Collection Toaster, Two Slice – White

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Dual-slice, wide slot toaster for thin and thick breads in crisp white, perfect partner to the TWK7601GB Village Kettle.
Built-in pop-up wire rack for warming a variety of breads such as croissants and buns.
Includes reheat and defrost options plus variable temperatures and mid-cycle cancel to get your toast just the way you like it.

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The Bosch TAT3A011GB is a 2 slice Toaster which has Panel heating elements as well as an Electronic sensor for even toasting results. With Automatic bread centring for even toasting and Variable browning control along with a handy high rise facility and cancel button making this perfect for any home. The Removable crumb tray alleviates crumbs from messing up surfaces while the safety switch will switch off if the toast becomes stuck. The integrated cable storage is useful for keeping it tidy.
Dual-slice, wide slot toaster for thin and thick breads in crisp white, perfect partner to the TWK7601GB Village Kettle.
Built-in pop-up wire rack for warming a variety of breads such as croissants and buns.
Includes reheat and defrost options plus variable temperatures and mid-cycle cancel to get your toast just the way you like it.
High-lift function for easy removal of toast.
Non-slip base for safety and stability.

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