Breville - LTS425GRY - the Power Toastie

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
  • SKU: LTS425GRY
  • Power: 2000 Watts
  • Height (mm): 128
  • Width (mm): 312
  • Depth (mm): 360
  • Manufacturer Warranty (Years): 1
Overview

the Power Toastie ™

How do you make more toasties with more power in as little as 3 minutes?
Take control of your toastie power with a countdown timer and ‘A bit more’™ Button to get it just right.

A Bit More ™

A Bit More ™

A Bit More Settings™ settings for, well…that little bit more.

Digital LED

Digital LED

Countdown timer to track your snack.

Countdown timer

Countdown timer

Adds a bit more time if you want a bit more crisp.

Scissor Action

Scissor Action

Automatically seals and cuts supersized or regular bread.

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Specifications

Additional Information

SKU LTS425GRY
Power 2000 Watts
Height (mm) 128
Width (mm) 312
Depth (mm) 360
Manufacturer Warranty (Years) 1

Manufacturer Specs

4 Sandwich Capacity
Jumbo Scissor Action Plates
PFOA-free Non-stick Coating
Cool Touch Handle
LED Display with Countdown Timer

Cool touch handle: Yes
Start/Cancel button: Yes
'Power' & 'Ready' indicator lights: Yes
Time increase/decrease buttons: Yes
LED display with count-down timer: Yes
PFOA-free non-stick coating: Yes
Jumbo scissors action cooking plates: Yes
A Bit More button: Yes
Non-slip feet: Yes
Auto off: Yes
Cord storage: Yes

Warranty Details

Buy with confidence at Bing Lee, knowing that all our products are sourced from Australian suppliers, are brand new, and come with full manufacturer’s warranty.

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Reviews
Fantastic
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Great good quality toastie maker not cheap looking at all...And cooks toasties perfectly.
Nice toasties but shame it is bad
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Hard to clean with all the groves, cheese sticks (probably common for all teflon products), warming up and cooking function is useless. Stays ready for a short period (10 seconds), then goes back to warming up again, so cannot really set "on/cook" period.... Might as well using old-fashioned sandwich press which is either "on" or "off". For the size too, typical Australian pieces of bread are a bit big for the size of the casts. Save your money, cut your own sandwich, just use flat-press sandwich makers which aren't fancy.
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