The QuickServe Toaster Reduces the Risk of Singed Fingers

 - Feb 12, 2012
References: westbend & gizmodo
Toasters have been around for a long time and yet, overall, manufacturers don't seem to be doing users any favors. However, models like the West Bend QuickServe Toaster demonstrate that progress is still occurring, here with a solution to sticking slices and singed digits.

Unlike most bread warmers, this one has slots that pass the whole way through the appliance. You may like to think of this device as a sort of kitchen printer. You can insert a range of processed grains into the gadget, from bread to thick waffles and bagels, and expect them to slide out into tray the when they're cooked.

In addition to eliminating the need to stick fingers and cutlery down into dangerous electrical territory, the West Bend QuickServe Toaster also prepares your breakfast in just 90 seconds.