Morphy Richards 650 W Pop Up Toaster Review
Design: Morphy Richards 650 W Pop Up Toaster is a white color electronic device that occupies a little kitchen space.
Size: The sleek in looks and small in size, this toaster has 15.4 cm of height, 18.8 cm of width and 28.8 cm of depth which is perfect for 2 bread slices. The small size of this toaster makes it easily portable from one place to another.
Power: The Pop Up toaster requires 220 V-240 V of power input and works on 50 Hz frequency. The 650 W of power consumption does not generate heavy electricity bill, so users can use the device anytime.
Performance: The bread slots are wide enough to provide sufficient space for 2 thick bread slices so that crisp, brown, uniformly toasted bread toasts come out.
Additional Features: The manufacturer provides 2-year domestic warranty on the product as well as free transit insurance. The device has 2 slots for toasting small as well as thick bread slices along with the adjustable browning option.
The lever at the side will pull the bread slices down for toasting whereas high-lift option will easily lift small-sized bread. The cancel feature enables to cancel the toasting process in between whereas removable crumb tray provides convenience in cleaning the device.
Morphy Richards 650 W Pop Up Toaster Pros and Cons
- Thick bread slices can be toasted.
- High- lift option helps in the easy pick of small bread slices.
- Detachable crumb tray for easy cleaning.
- Sometimes the cancel button takes too much time to function.
- Little slow in operation.
- Sometimes the device gets overheated.
Morphy Richards 650 W Pop Up Toaster Verdict
The Morphy Richards pop up Toaster is ideal for 2 thick bread slices that are dropped vertically into the toaster and then are pressed down by using the side lever and when the bread is toasted it pops up by itself; in case of small-sized bread, users can use high-lift option to lift the bread. Though cancel option cancels the toasting sometimes it is slow in functioning. Variable browning feature provides preferred browning but the device can sometimes be overheated.