This has been a bit different reviews online.
Decided anyway to gamble a little.
Earlier, I had a "digital" more expensive Philips with lots of different buttons.
It was störigt with it was that it partly was on stand-by and drew electricity, and so it had an annoying start-up time in seconds which could push down the sandwiches and get them to stick to start toasting.
So I thought that this cheaper should be more mechanical as it has no digital keys, which sued.
I think it performs well, rust enough even to make it look good.
Small in size and no unnecessary buttons.
Good also with cable management for so you can remove unnecessary cord on the bench.
You get no problems down 2 slices of the largest stainless-bread generally commercially available.
Only minus is that it is a little light, so when you have to press sandwiches you get sometimes hold back a little on the other hand, when the spring is right fierce. It should be possible to make it a little more lax. I'll probably try to disassemble the o fix on occasion.
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