Morphy Richards Accents 44035 / 44036 / 44037 / 44038
The Morphy Richards Accents 44035 / 44036 / 44037 / 44038 is a genuinely gorgeous toaster — the kind of thing you’d see in a department store and stop to admire purely based on its look. Morphy Richards is known for making stunning products and this is absolutely no exception with its trimmed, polish stainless steel aesthetic seeing it line up as one of the true beauts of the market. It’s also available in a range of colours, from pale creams to bold jewel colours, so you can get one that fits perfectly with your kitchen’s décor.
The wide slots on the Morphy Richards Accents 44035 / 44036 / 44037 / 44038 mean you can toast extra thick slices of bread, but it’s also perfectly suited to toasting teatime treats such as crumpets, bagels and waffles. If you prefer your bread thinly sliced, though, that’s not a problem — the variable width of the slots means it should be able to cope with whatever you throw at it.
There are lots of different things to do with your bread once it’s in the toaster, too. The defrost function will take frozen slices of bread to their natural state in no time, so even if you like to freeze bread you can be sure there’ll always some quickly at hand to use for sandwiches. You can even use the reheat function for toast that you cooked and left to go cold, so you never have to suffer the horror that is cold toast.
It also has the standard but very useful functions such as a cancel function, a high lift and a crumb tray. These aren’t revolutionary, but they’re certainly useful and make day-to-day life a lot easier. There is a warming rack on the Morphy Richards Accents 44035 / 44036 / 44037 / 44038 too, which is exceptionally handy, but you can remove it if you don’t want to have it on there. It does toast very slowly, though.
Even though the Morphy Richards Accents 44035 / 44036 / 44037 / 44038 looks spectacular it feels quite cheap, which is probably why it’s relatively inexpensive, and sometimes the toasting can be a bit uneven.