About Dualit Toasters

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Dualit, a England-based small appliance company, offers a line of two- and four-slot toaster. All models have a stainless steel finish, with varying colours available to complement your individual style. The company started by producing its first toaster, and since has produced several more models with a variety of features.

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Dualit has produced its line of toasters since 1946. Engineer Max Gort-Barten created the original toaster from his workshop in London. His goal was to make a toaster with features different than the toasters on the market, motivating Barten to install a time switch in his first model.


Dualit's "Peek and Pop" function allows you to check the bread while it's toasting to see if it's ready without cancelling the current toasting cycle. A bagel button toasts buns and bagels by toasting just one side and warming the other. These toasters have a defrost button to toast frozen bread. Its extra wide slots fit larger items and can fit two slices of bread side by side. Dualit also offers an additional accessory, the sandwich cage, to convert the toaster into a sandwich maker.

Manufacturing and Repair

Dualit toasters are made in the United Kingdom. Each toaster is handmade and features the assembler's stamp on the baseplate. These toasters contain replaceable parts so you don't have to dispose of the toaster if something goes wrong with it. Either Dualit, an authorised dealer or a qualified electrician can repair the toaster with the replacement parts.


Dualit warrants its toaster free from defects for the first year on parts and the first two years on the heating elements. Send the toaster directly to the Dualit dealer where it was purchased from for warranty repairs. Dualit does not cover damages due to improper usage, abuse, connecting the toaster to an unsuitable electrical socket or damage due to dismantling the toaster.

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