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Colored Vision Toaster

Colored Vision Toaster
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“Why didn’t someone invent this years ago?” is one of the questions people often ask about the clever Magimix Vision Toaster. It took Magimix by Robot-Coupe years to perfect this innovative colored-vision toaster, but it was well worth the wait. As the world’s first see-through toaster, the Magimix Vision Toaster does away with interrupting the toasting process to check on your toast.

For ultimate browning you can choose an automatic browning setting or simply glance at the glass-sided toaster and press a button to pop up your toast, bagels, baguettes and buns when they’re browned to your liking. Patented long-life quartz elements ensure even browning on both sides and the double-insulated glass windows offer clear viewing for perfect results.

Accurate variable timing control from 1 – 8 delivers fast and even toasting. Two high, extra-wide slots automatically self-centers and accommodates the thickest bagels, baguettes and toast. Magimix toaster offers four settings: toast, defrost, bagel (one-sided toasting), reheat. Defrost function simultaneously defrosts then toasts bread and the reheat button reheats toast without drying.

Extra lift rises higher to safely remove smaller items. Hinged glass windows slide down for easy cleaning and crumb tray slides out for effortless cleanup. Commercial-grade stainless-steel construction for durability is designed to last 30,000 uses.

Robot-Coupe was founded in the early 1960s in Burgundy, France, famous for fine cooking and creating kitchen essentials for gourmet cooks. Producing appliances for leading restaurants and hotels, Robot-Coupe created the world’s first commercial food processor and founded Magimix in 1971 to introduce the food processor to home chefs around the world. Today Magimix by Robot-Coupe continues to develop innovative kitchen products with longevity and energy efficiency for both professional and home chefs.

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