How To make Bread Toasts in Radio

How about you are making toasts in the kitchen and listening to music simultaneously without any additional device like mobile, tape-recorder or a walkman. And it is possible now. Breville VTT296 2-slice Radio Toster has a radio loaded in it. Now people can listen to their favorite breakfast show, while they are making breakfast. So should rather classify this in a strange category of 2-in-1 toaster. The toasts are heated in music or music to your toasts too. Amazingly funny and vice a versa. The parent company is into the business of making kitchen appliances since last 79 years.

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The toaster part has two slots for toasting both thin and thick breads. De-frost blue illuminated control buttons for toasting, reheat and mid-cycle cancel. It also has an auxiliary input to connect mp3 digital music players, such as an iPod.


  • Two slot two slice black toaster with integrated FM/AM radio
  • Variable browning control and variable width slots for thick and thin bread slices
  • Features include reheat, defrost, mid-cycle cancel
  • Extra-high lift for easy toast removal
  • Non-slip base and cord storage
  • Fitted with a removable crumb tray for easy cleaning
  • Easy to use blue illuminated toasting control buttons
  • Illuminated digital display
  • Preset graphic equalizer
  • 10 preset radio channels

The parent company is based in Australia and has sold more than four lakh units and had made its name in international markets.
Breville Toaster Radio

After this a number of companies tried experiments with different home appliances. During this time Electrolux tried making Scan Toaster. This toaster was actually a computer printer / heater that allow you to print a customized pattern on your toast. And in this series in the year 2001 Brunel University created a magical toaster that actually printed a graph of weather prediction, which was perhaps limited to sunny or clowdy on a piece of bread.

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