Send Your Bread Through This Tunnel of Toast In the Morning

By Andrew Liszewski on at

Minmising the risk of burning your fingers on piping hot toast, Arzum's new Firrin features a slide-out tray instead of the more traditional pop-up design used on most toasters. The tray allows you to stop the toasting process almost instantly when it's completely removed, and it looks a lot more efficient at collecting bread crumbs for easy disposal.

Visually monitoring the level of toasting on your bread, bagel, or croissant is made a little difficult with the lack of any windows on the toaster. But the sides are left completely open providing at least a couple of places to peek in and see how things are going. Functionality-wise the about £50 toaster is pretty run-of-the-mill, so Arzum is clearly banking on the Firrin's unique design and small but vibrant selection of colours to justify its price tag. [Arzum via The Appliancist]

Send Your Bread Through This Tunnel Of Toast In the Morning Send Your Bread Through This Tunnel Of Toast In the Morning