Discussion in 'General' started by dan k, Mar 14, 2011.

  1. why do all toasters have a setting that burns the toast to a horrible crisp?
    who eats that shit?
  2. I'll admit I actually have a great toaster and ahve no problems with burning toast, waffles, bagels, etc.
  3. Thats a damn good point.

    I'm thinking there are other things you can toast that maybe require some more heat?

    Perhaps frozen pastries? ;)
  4. At the full setting mine is perfect for toast and bagels and english muffins :smoke:
  5. Dude tell me about it.

    I went on a 20 minute rant about how toasters should just have one setting - toasted. 1/4 of the way around (my toaster has a dial you set) the dial and it's perfect. But if you go like 1/3 of the way it's dark. 1/2 if basically black.

    I don't even know what would happen if I put it on full.

    So I put a mark with a sharpie where it should be to just toast the damn toast. Now I never fuck up.
  6. I too have often wondered about this. We recently bought a new toaster. Got a great deal on it. 39$ originally 119$. The damn thing works like a charm at any setting below 3/4 but above that your pulling charcoal out of said toaster.

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