This great gadget benefits from a long line of paper printers that came before it, putting laser-jet practices to new use in building the ultimate breakfast-making machine.
First, you stack your bread – like so many paper pieces – on an outside-accessible tray, from which each piece is then gravity-fed into the main device. In turn, the slices slide out onto a waiting tray (which doubles as a removable plate).
A simple visual control interface requires no language to explain, with two buttons: one to choose how dark you want your bread toasted and one to start the toasting process. Award-winning design by Othmar Muhlebach