Morphy Richards 44336 / 44731 Accents

Summary

User Score

Pros

  • Looks good
  • Toasts well
  • Lots of useful features
  • Takes full sized slices of bread

Cons

  • Takes ages to toast
  • Expensive

Review Price £50.00

Key Features: Four slice toaster; Reheat function; Wide slots

Manufacturer: Morphy Richards

Morphy Richards 44336 / 44731 Accents

The Morphy Richards 44336 / 44731 Accents is another one of the brand’s stunning home appliances with smooth lines, stainless steel and modern looking buttons, sliders and dials — it’s not just stylish, it’s positively chic.

With four slots, the Morphy Richards 44336 / 44731 Accents has quite a large capacity — much better for larger families who’ll want lots of rounds of toast done at a similar time. This larger capacity does come at a price, though, and that is that the Morphy Richards 44336 / 44731 Accents is quite a big beast and will take up a considerable chunk of space in a kitchen, not the best for little flats or small kitchens.

There’s a lot the Morphy Richards 44336 / 44731 Accents can do with those four slices of bread, though. The reheat function is good for those times when you forget that you’ve made yourself toast and don’t want to have it cold whilst a defrost function features ensuring that even if you’re desperate for a sarnie but the only bread in the whole house is in the freezer you’re sorted.

As a toaster, it works very well. You don’t have to use all four slots at once, so you won’t waste energy if you only want two slices of toast, and it browns bread evenly. It does take absolutely ages, though, so don’t buy this if you’re looking for something to make a speedy snack. The wide slots means that it can take full sized slices of bread completely, so you don’t have to keep stopping the toaster halfway through and flipping it over.

The Morphy Richards 44336 / 44731 Accents is easy to clean and easy to use with a solid, well built feel and overall strong performances.