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KitchenAid KMT4116CU

$69.79

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$43
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May 2017

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KitchenAid KMT2116OB

$69.95

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$43
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May 2017

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KitchenAid 5KMT5115BAC

3 Reviews

$258.90

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$36
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Jul 2013

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KitchenAid 5KMT4116BER

44 Reviews

$392.49

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$43
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Nov 2016

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KitchenAid 5KMT2116BOB

1 Review

$139.95

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$43
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Sep 2016

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KitchenAid 5KMT2115BWH

$182.90

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$29
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Sep 2016

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KitchenAid 5KMT3115BER

$242.90

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

QWhat size toaster is right for me?
AThat very much depends on the size of your family, and how much toast you eat every morning! Most couples and small families will be satisfied with a simple 2-slice toaster, however larger families may find a 4-slice appliance means less waiting around at breakfast!
QWhat is a roll/croissant warmer?
ASome of our toasters have a roll warmer attached - this is a stand or grill that can be placed on top of the toaster, allowing rolls, buns and pastries to be warmed up using the heat from the appliance.

Buying a New Toaster

Toasters are an absolute necessity in any kitchen - how else are you going to make a proper breakfast? There are numerous choices of toaster available to you - from small 2-slice toasters meant for tiny kitchens and single people, through to enormous 6-slice toasters to serve entire families at once. These are available in all kinds of shapes and colours - allowing you to pick the perfect colour to complement your kitchen.

You can also pick a toaster with a number of different extras - such as a special warmer for buns and croissants, warming & defrost settings, and even a viewing window to watch your toast cook!

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Toaster Sizes

This is the most fundamental choice when choosing a toaster - how much bread it can cook at once. Most toasters have 2 slots, allowing 2 pieces of toast to be cooked at once. For most single people or small families this will be enough, since you will rarely need to toast more than 2 pieces of bread at once. However for larger families there are toasters with 4 or even 6 slots - these allow for a far larger amount of bread to be cooked at once.

Some toasters also advertise themselves with ‘long slots’, which mean they have extra-long opening for the bread - which is especially useful for wider, squatter loaves, such as sourdough, or for fitting more slices into a single slot.

Lastly, we have some models of toaster that have a 'high lift' feature built in. This allow you raise the toaster lever up and raise the bread clear of the toasting slots, making it easier to remove. This is a helpful extra if you find yourself frequently toasting crumpets, muffins or small slices of bread.

Custom browning levels & programs

Nearly all major brands of toasters allow you to change the time the bread is toasted for, allowing you to cook the toast to exactly how you like it. Some newer models also contain preset ‘browning levels’, allowing one-touch light/medium/dark browning for your breakfast. While this is not a must-have addition, it can certainly make your life easier first thing in the morning, before your morning coffee has woken you up.

Additionally, many toasters will also contain additional preset programs for defrosting frozen bread, cooking bagels, or for warming toast back up again.

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Some more advanced and expensive models of toaster have an added visual flair to them - a glass viewing window in one or both sides of the toaster. As well as serving an aesthetic value, it also allows you to more clearly see how your bread is toasting, so you can pause the toasting at the correct time.

Extras

Finally, some toasters come with additional extras, either purely aesthetic or to provide additional uses. These can include things such as a special warming rack that can be used for buns or croissants, a special holder for making toasties, or a viewing window that allows you to watch your bagels browning as you sip your morning coffee.

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KitchenAid Toaster Prices

We currently list 7 KitchenAid toasters ranging from $69 to $393. The average price of a new KitchenAid toaster is $194 and the 80% of KitchenAid toasters are priced between $70 and $259. The KitchenAid KMT4116OB is the cheapest KitchenAid toaster at only $70, and KitchenAid 5KMT4116 is the most expensive at $392.

Price Range of KitchenAid Toasters

KitchenAid toasters start at $70 and their most expensive toaster costs $392. The average price of KitchenAid toasters is $194 which is the 5th highest average price of all toaster brands.

How Good Are KitchenAid Toasters?

We have evaluated 31 expert reviews and 7,390 user reviews for toasters and used this information to determine an average rating for KitchenAid toasters of 66%.

How Fast Do KitchenAid Toaster Prices Drop After Release?

Most toasters drop in price by 10% in the first 6 months after release, however KitchenAid toasters tend to depreciate faster. On average, in the first 6 months after release, KitchenAid toasters drop in price by 18%.

That means a saving of $16 on a typical $93 new KitchenAid toaster if you wait 6 months before buying.

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