Cheap Toaster

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  1. Bailey58

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    Our toaster packed up and got dumped in a bin in Interlaken a couple of weeks ago (the householder is still wondering where it came from I reckon :Rofl1:). Low 750 watt so that'll be expensive to replace I thought but what did I see in Morrisons this morning, the very same model in their budget range for £5. Probably where we bought the original but long since forgotten, it went in the trolley. :Smile:
     
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    We bought one from Tescos it was cheaper than our stove top model!
     
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    thanks for this info,just bought the same from our local morrisons,tested on the inverter works fine.:thumb:
     
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    We got a 750w one from Argos £4.99. Got it home, checked on our super-duppa chrome Russell Hobbs one in the kitchen to find that it's only 1000w anyway, so you don't really need a special low-wattage one for the van.
     
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    Toaster

    Our Tesco branded toaster in the motorhome is 800 watts, so 3 -4 amps. Never caused us any bother.

    Russell
     
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    We got a £5 toaster, kettle and iron all from ASDA and now 5 years old and they still work perfectly, although the iron's only been used a couple of times. :BigGrin:

    Ivy
     
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    Wondered why Sandy looked a bit crumpled round the edges. :Rofl1:
     
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    Oh poor lovey! I can't iron his face. :BigGrin:

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    No good for 2 slices and making tea at the same time.
    :Blush:
     
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    but cheap:Wink:
     
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    4 slice colour coordinated 1600w versus plastic 2 slice 750w .No contest for the camper.If the 4 slice gets chipped thats a whole new toaster,kettle and coffee/tea/suger containers (or else):BigGrin:
     

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    Spend £10 and buy two toasters from D & F Promotions (the Double Skillet lady)

    Two rounds done in no-time they pack away flat and add next to nothing to your payload :Wink::Wink::Wink:
     
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