Serial Toast Printer Pops Out Up to Six Slices in a Row


Making more than two pieces of toast most mornings, but hate the clutter of a four-piece machine? This is the device for you.

Othmar Muhlebach created this crafty toast-printing wonder to have a smaller footprint on your counter top, while giving you a fresh look at your freshly-toasted bread.

Each piece of bread is stacked simply along the top (up to a half-dozen or more at a time), then slides through and ejects below, much like the process of a traditional paper printer.

When not in use, the cord conveniently wraps inside a notched space around the base, hugging the inside curve then hiding below the bottom plate. One last thing they could add: a built-in way to slice parts of loafs, so you could feed in larger bits of bread. Maybe in the next iteration.

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