As one of Britain’s favourite breakfast choices, with millions of slices consumed daily, a perfectly toasted slice of bread is the Holy Grail for many… Introducing the NEW ‘Breville 2 & 4 Slice Toaster – The Perfect Fit for Warburtons®’, which promises to toast loaves from Britain’s number one bread brand completely to the top, and just the way you like it!
The UK’s leading kitchen appliance brand, Breville, has collaborated with the number one bakery brand in the UK, Warburtons, to launch the first toaster of its kind that is ‘the perfect fit for Warburtons® ‘Toastie’ bread’. The Warburtons ‘Toastie’ loaf is the UK’s best-selling branded loaf, with millions of consumers selecting it as their preferred bread of choice. And a great loaf of bread deserves a great toaster, one that can truly toast to the top and deliver perfectly golden brown slices for the breakfast of champions.
With this in mind, Breville - who pride themselves on their market-leading designs and innovation - have created the ideal solution for Britain’s lovers of bread toasted fully to the top. Available in a 2 and 4 slice variant, the unique and premium ‘Breville 2 & 4 Slice Toaster – The Perfect Fit for Warburtons®’ contain deeper and wider bread slots than other toasters available on the market, guaranteeing flawless golden brown slices each and every time!
The smart design and premium, sleek stainless steel finish means that the product will make a welcome (and stylish!) addition to any kitchen.
Key product features include:
- Deep bread carriages for toasting larger slices of bread
- Variable browning control
- Variable width bread slots for thick and thin slices
- Look and lift facility to view your toast’s progress without cancelling the cycle
- Red illuminated control buttons for easy function identification
- Defrost, reheat and mid-cycle cancel functions
- Removable crumb tray for easy cleaning
- Non-slip feet
For your chance to win a Breville Toaster you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.
The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 9th June 2015.
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