Despite its toaster moniker, Le Toaster Vision is really more of a vertical toaster oven, using two toaster elements per side that are positioned above and below the slices of bread. Reflectors behind the elements make sure that the bread gets toasted evenly while keeping the windowed sides (mostly) clear to see through.
Hey, with as much toast as I eat this thing might be worth it. I've been using the same toaster for like four years and there's absolutely no consistency to the level of browning. You know what I'm thinking? A poltergeist. Now touch me while I sleep!
The Super Nintoaster is a Super Nintendo in a toaster's body. It's similar to that time I dressed as a woman and solicited men at the bar (Friday), but nowhere near as good looking. It's maker, Mr. Vomitsaw, discusses:
Built from nothing more than a Super NES, a toaster, fou... / Continue →
Personally, I'm happy just as long as the bread's not moldy, I've never really had a problem with toasters. But apparently a lot of people really struggle with them. Dummies. The Roastie Toaster features a ring of heating elements around its spherical exterior for even bread ... / Continue →
Why are there so many conceptual toasters? Are you folks really having trouble using the ones you have? I mean, not to brag or anything, but I can toast bread with over a 60% success rate. Did I mention I'm batting over 80% on cooking Ramen noodles? I know, I know, I'm a cu... / Continue →