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Breville

Breville BTA820XL Die-Cast 2-Slice Smart Toaster, Brushed Stainless Steel

4.0
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HK$ 2,506.00
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Description

  • The Breville 2-Slice Smart Toaster is a compact toaster that lets you feel in control; One touch automation lets you monitor your toast's progress using "Lift & Look" and add extra time using " A Bit More" to toast your favorite bread types to perfection
  • INNOVATIVE FEATURES: 'Lift & Look' and 'A Bit More' allow you to check on your toast or add a little extra time without interrupting the toasting cycle; The bagel function ensures even heat for even toasting and unfreeze your favorites using defrost
  • 2 SLICE CAPACITY: The toaster features a 2 slice capacity and has wider slots to meet the demands of larger artisanal bread, thick bagels and dense pastries
  • VARIABLE BROWNING CONTROL: The Breville Smart Toaster 2-slice lets you toast to your ideal brownness level and monitor your progress with the LED indicator so you know how much longer the toasting cycle has left to run
  • AUTOMATIC CONTROL WITH AUTO LIFT & LOOK: At the touch of a button, your bread can be automatically lowered into the toaster, lifted during the toasting cycle to monitor progress and lifted at the end to deliver toasting perfection
  • EASY CLEANING: No need to lift when cleaning, simply pull out the front crumb tray and empty into the dustbin
  • SETTINGS: 5 Settings including 'A Bit More', 'Lift & Look', Defrost, Bagel and Fruit Bread
  • WARRANTY: 1 Year Limited Product Warranty; Power: 900 Watts; Voltage: 110 to 120 Volts

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Customer Reviews

Toasty!Update: Reduced from five to one star. Button to lower the toast into the toaster quit working the 5th time I used it. Tied the button repeatedly, unplugged and replugged, waved my magic wand. Blah. The elements inside heated up as though there were something to toast, but the bread stayed up out of range. Thank goodness for Amazon.com's great return policy!Original review: This toaster did not brown the toast all the way to the edges the first couple of times I used it. Then I nudged the darkness lever up one number, and now the toast is perfect. The toaster also accepts oversized Oroweat bread easily. I got my toaster as a warehouse deal, so I think it was a good price. I owned a Breville toaster oven for several years, and liked it a lot, so I was happy to take a chance on a Breville toaster. 1Amazing robot toaster produces beautiful even browningIt's expensive but it beats any other toaster in my life hands down. i was impressed by last Hamilton Beach toaster with cancel and defrost buttons, but frankly compared to this one it was a pile of junk (costing half as much, it's true). The Hamilton Beach only lasted 2.5 years, ceasing to operate after an effort to gently clean out all the crumbs.That one had two extra long slots for four slices, but I decided to get this two slot one because after all, I can toast as many slices as I want anyway. This one has wider slots. I don't often toast artisan loafs that you can slice into really long slices or that feature would have been important.There is just no comparison of the build quality of this one to previous toasters. It dispenses with that noisy, wobbly spring loading lever to insert the toast and pop it up. Instead it has a totally silent, smooth electric elevator for the bread. The toast no longer pops up like a Jack-in-the-Box. It gently glides up. This is a more respectful way to treat your food. It's also got a very nice, professional artistic design. The style is kind of Art Deco, very nice.The toaster is gorgeous with its real beautiful brushed stainless steel and electronic led lit buttons. The outside does not get hot and burn you like previous toasters I have owned. That's a very nice thing. You really don't want to have something big and burning out on the counter while your busy preparing food.Unlike other toasters, where you have to guess the setting for each type of bread and hope you get it right, it has a nifty "peek" button that lifts the toast up briefly for inspection in the middle of the cycle, along with a cancel button if you find the toast is done. There's a handy "little bit more" button if the toast is not quite dark enough.It also has an LED display that tells the progress of the toasting, another great feature for timing food preparation. Most toasters you have no idea when it will finish.The metal grids that hold the toast in place are much better designed- they are also motor driven and grip the toast firmly. They are not part of some rube goldberg mechanism that is powered by pressing the lever. It's a precision machine.Of course the most important thing about a toaster is the toast. I've never made such evenly browned toast. It's a delight. Not perfectly even like a tan, but no parts are burnt or untoasted. It's a nice even toast. I am so used to toast that comes out with some burnt parts in order to get all of it toasted, that I am astounded by what this machine produces. It's of restaurant quality. Almost. It's not perfectly uniform, there are lighter areas, but it's close. It's got a nice variagation.The defrost button works better than on the Hamilton Beach, which I was not able to use. I no longer have to defrost the bread first.The toast is chewy inside but firmly browned on the surface. I don't know how they do it since the basic toasting method is the exact same bands of heating wires. They don't look any better or more uniformly placed than other toasters. On previous toasters the toast often came out dry or crispy if it was dark enough; not this one.It may be that they worked out the heat production of the elements and the distance from the bread very carefully to produce an even browning without burning. I've only been using it one day but it doesn't look like you can burn the toast even if you set it all the way up- the degree-of-browning setting has a limited range, and changes slowly, so it's hard to get it wrong. That could be a problem if you want to have super dark toast or you have bread that for some reason needs a lot of heat to brown, but it's a blessing for me.So it's pretty expensive for a toaster but you sure see all the money sitting there. It's seems like a fair deal. It doesn't have the look of typical American products that often lack sophisticated design. Breville is an Australian company but the toaster has a German design feeling to it. Nothing about it says wallaby or watch out for the sharks.Toasters are not your most attractive appliance. Compared to mixers, blenders or coffee makers they are homely, bloated and covered with large irregular orifices and levers. So it's amazing that you can imagine these Brevilles getting shortlisted for a toaster exhibit at the Modern Museum of Art, (OK the Italian Smegs are very pretty for a toaster and have a higher rating but do they give your bread an elevator ride? No. Their beauty is surface deep.)One downside to the toaster is that I am eating a more toast, because it tastes so good. 5Great toast...but watch out for flaming crumbsWe bought this toaster about 3 years ago and have loved it. It toasts evenly and we regularly use features like the defrost and bagel settings. Love the "lift & look" option and the beep when done. We were rolling along happily toasting until it caught fire one day this week. First time I've had an appliance do that - flames coming out the top. Burning crumbs were the culprit. We empty the crumb tray periodically, but had not noticed before that there are ledges inside the toaster on both sides of the slits where crumbs are supposed to fall through to the crumb tray. Crumbs accumulate on the ledges and, in this case, ignited when I use the bagel setting. After the fire, the toaster is toast. Must have fried some critical electronics. Notwithstanding all this drama, I still love the toaster and ordered a new one, but the moral of the story is that it is important not just to empty the crumb tray but also to turn the toaster upside-down and shake out crumbs accumulating in the interior. Hopefully Breville will take note and address this in future product updates. I would give it 5 start for toasting performance and features but am taking off 2 for the design flaw and expense of having to replace it before its time. 3Money for nothingNo toaster should break down after only 2-3 weeks of moderate use - especially one this expensive. Well, this one did. The mechanism that brings the bread down and lifts it back up malfunctioned after toasting a bagel, so I had to fish the bagel out manually (power off, of course). Technical support at Breville had me turn the toaster upside down and shake it a couple of times, but that did no good. So they offered to replace it. There is nothing so special about this toaster that I felt I had to have another one just like it. So, back it went. Too bad, though, it looked quite nice on the counter. 1I love the features, I just wish that it workedWe finally got tired of putting up with inferior toasting results and having to replace a malfunctioning toaster every few years. You would think that toasting is simple! I actually have a early 20th century toaster that still works perfectly. You just have to watch the bread and turn it over as it gets done.We decided to buy a toaster to spend more than we had in the past and to get a toaster that we felt would do the job and last. With the magic of electronics enhancing our everyday lives the Breville BTA820XL seemed the perfect fit.When it works, it is a very nice toaster. I like that it pulls the bread down into the cooking area. No mechanics. It does a good job and I like that I can view the progress (lift and look) and it continues back on it's original cycle. My wife likes her toast a bit darker than I like mine, so the "A Bit More" feature is also very nice to have. And I like that I can see the LEDs counting down as the bread toasts. I know when it is about ready and I can be ready with the condiments.Now what I don't like is that it locks up. Not infrequently, it just locks up while toasting and just starts flashing all of the buttons and LEDs and won't release the bread. There is nothing hung up, the bread is NOT over-sized, it just locks up. Unplugging some times resets it, but at present it is just flat locked up and I am waiting for a response from Breville service. I'm on the est coast and they are in California. I'll follow up with my comments and possibly regrade the product after I hear back from them. I received a replacement after calling the account. I emailed them and they replied asking for a serial number, which the toaster does not have, so I called and they sent a replacement and return documentation. The new toaster works!!!!I am very pleased with the new toaster. Every feature works as described. I returned the old toaster via the documentation and time frame. I like this toaster! 4Keeps MalfunctioningBreville has replaced this toaster two times for us as it malfunctions. The bread gets stuck inside after toasting because the mechanism fails to lift it. So, we unplug and pull the toast out manually. The lights flash off and on and refuses to cooperate!Really liked this toaster out of the shoot as it's features were what we wanted and it toasted pretty evenly. Enjoy the "Lift and Look" and "A Little Bit More" features.Now, after months of having to unplug the unit, plug in, unplug, to hopefully reset it, we're done. It's not even been a year. The others malfunctioned within a matter of months after purchase,We will not replace this toaster with another Breville. Very disappointed. 1Excellent, with a fatal flawFirst the good, there is a lot to love here:This toaster toasted two pieces of bread very evenly, the outside heating elements were bright and the inside heating elements were dim, which is the perfect setup to evenly brown bread. The toasting took a little longer than usual, so the toast came out very crunchy all the way through.A single piece of bread toasted fairly evenly, but the inside was still slightly more toasted than the outside. The bagel setting was also impressive, the heating elements on the inside were bright and the outside elements were off.The 'lift and look' feature was excellent, and I really liked the slide bar to set the brown level, the flashing LED bar count down, and the 'a bit more' button. The motorized carriage and bread holders were also great except for their fatal flaw.The fatal flaw:The bread raising and lowering carriage would get stuck in the 'down' position once every three to five toasts. I would have to unplug it, shake it, and give it a firm slap or two to get it to un-jam.I called Breville about it and they said that bread crumbs jam the carriage pretty easily, but the inside of the toaster was spotless, so I think it's actually a design flaw with the carriage. I noticed that it would jam more often during the first toast, when it was still relatively cool, so I think the carriage would go down cold and contracted, expand during toasting, and then jam when it tried to raise back up due to the expansion.Needless to say I ended up returning the toaster and resuming my search for the elusive toaster that can evenly toast a single slice of bread. 2A Tale of Two ToastersOur first Breville, exactly like this one, lasted 3 1/2 years of daily, heavy use. It died when I shook it too hard to get a large, stubborn piece of scorched bread out. The poor thing did what it was told to and paid with its life.We just got its replacement, which works as well as the first. Toast comes out as it should, no problems. The one feature I don't like is the bagel feature, preferring to have the bagel toasted equally inside and out. The toast feature is the one I use for bagels. The "lift and look" ensures that you get what you want.The toaster looks great in the kitchen and is easy to keep clean.One thing it does not have is a little removable metal tray which attaches to and floats above the toaster. This is for warming things like cinnamon rolls, croissants, or already dressed bread. No more melted icing or butter in the toaster, impossible to remove.Reading between the lines may explain the short life of Breville the First. We are going to be kinder to Breville the Second and expect that it will last much longer. 4Broke in 6 daysI really expected this expensive toaster to be perfect, especially since it was a Breville. On the 6th day, after removing two toasted slices of bread, all the lights started flashing. We unplugged it, waited until the following morning, tried it again to no luck. Lights keep flashing and it makes a repetitive ticking noise. Returning. 1Broke after second use Not sure why it is so difficult to find a decent toaster. We just returned the Aicok toaster. It took forever to toast anything. We then bought this one based on the reviews and it broke after the second time using it. Toaster slice carriages are jammed in the upward position. Makes a clicking sound. In any case there is a motor that moves the toaster carriage up and down. I can imagine that over time in high heat the motor would fail. Anyway this one was defective from the get-go.This toaster was shipped to us in it's original box. No boxing. No padding. Just the manufacturer's box. I can't exclude that the toaster was damaged in transit. Anyway, defective toaster. Beware. 1
Breville BTA820XL Die-Cast 2-Slice Smart Toaster, Brushed Stainless Steel

Breville BTA820XL Die-Cast 2-Slice Smart Toaster, Brushed Stainless Steel

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 2,506.00
Sale price
HK$ 2,506.00
Regular price
HK$ 4,142.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 1,636.00)