See-Through Toaster Shows When Your Slices are Prepared to Preference

By: Amelia Roblin - Jan 6, 2015
References: chuansongme & yankodesign
The See-Through Toaster by Chaya Harntaweewongsa isn't the first windowed bread browner, but it is certainly worthy of note. The design blends the familiar appearance of a typical toaster with the integration of the sleeker features of future tech.

The body of the contraption is smooth, rectilinear, and finished with a glossy white coating. The dial and the button are warm wooden fittings, giving the toaster charm for the home kitchen. Look to its long sides, however, and the countertop appliance will reveal its most intriguing features. Generous glass panels allow a view into the See-Through Toaster, between the grid of electric rods and to the surfaces of the slices. You can certainly set this gadget to achieve your preferred level of browning, but you're afforded the ability to keep an eye on progress as well.