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Old 05-28-2014, 09:41 PM   #1
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Toaster for a trailer?

We are outfitting our new rig and have gotten most of the major decisions made as far as gear is concerned. The next step is electrical appliances. We know we will use a toaster. Are there any nuances we should think about in choosing one? We just need a little two slice one for bagels and english muffins. Thank you!
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Old 05-28-2014, 09:51 PM   #2
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We have a toaster for Lucy that we bought at Wal-Mart eight years ago. It is a two slicer that will handle bagels and the Wolferman's English Muffins. It has gotten pretty beat up as we store it in a cabinet while underway. That's not a problem, though, as it only cost $6.00.

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Old 05-28-2014, 10:27 PM   #4
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+1 to what Moosetags said. You will find any appliances rattling around your cabinets get pretty beat up pretty quickly. But they still work.

I think we paid $8 for our toaster at Wal Mart. . !
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Yep. Cheap is good. Except that Becky took ours out of the trailer and sent it to her Mom when she burned hers up. Need another cheap toaster - stat.
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Do not put it too close to the smoke detecter. What a wake up alarm.! Jim
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Old 05-29-2014, 07:01 AM   #7
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I bought a little toaster oven and I keep it on the counter and use a bungee strap to secure it in place to a panel that we installed to hold our tv. It works great for a little extra oven space at times. The only problem I have is it sets off the smoke detector and I have to disengage the smoke detector when I make toast.
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This is the end all, be all of toasters, the Bugatti Veyron if you will.
This is the 2 slot version, very Streamy!
Not cheap, but the best.
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Cheap 2 slice from Wal-mart keep in box, stops getting beat up and saves cabinets from getting beat up
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We use our toaster from home and store it in the oven.

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This is the end all, be all of toasters, the Bugatti Veyron if you will.
It makes toast VERY fast?
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Toaster oven!
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VERY Fast! And it butters the toast to perfection. But the feature I like best is that it gives you a back rub while you eat the toast - foot rub while eating a bagel.

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Thank you all. The hubs is definitely into the stream look! He said something about toasters pulling lots of electricity so I wasn't sure if a cheap one would work. Once he sees the Bugati.....
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