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Made in the U.S.A.


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New Toaster made in America

Chris in Oak Harbor, Ohio bought this model toaster and wrote to say Just a quick note to say that I received the toaster. What a fine piece of American made equipment. Toast and bagels come out beautiful. It is everything it is advertised as and well worth the money.

Robin in Chapel Hill bought this model toaster and wrote to say Just wanted to let you know my new Polytron toaster arrived last week in perfect condition, and the toast we have been enjoying is perfect also. The toaster is attractive and built very well. This should be the last toaster we ever have to buy. I have been trying hard to buy American, even if American-made products are more expensive. I feel they will last, and, in the long run, will be cheaper than Chinese-made products. Also, I would rather spend my money to help keep Americans working rather than send my money overseas where it does nothing for our economy. I have already recommended your web site to several people. Thanks again!

George in Tucson bought this toaster and says This toaster is fantastic. I am happy so far with it. It does what it is supposed to do. There is a very heavy solid clunk when you push the lever down. It has the look and feel of a commercial product (restaurant equipment) not a consumer product. But to me that means it should provide reliable heavy use for many years.

Jerry in Elgin bought this toaster and says ........best toaster we've ever owned.

New Heavy Duty, Wide Slot Automatic Pop Up Toaster
Made in the U.S.A.

Many customers ask for a toaster made in the U.S.A. and some of them want a toaster with wide slots. All of the vintage toasters that I refurbish and sell do not have wide slots.

So, Toaster Central is selling this American made toaster with wide slots. It is very heavy duty built to withstand heavy, regular use. In fact, if you want the four slice version, you'd have to buy it from Hobart.

The slots measure 1.25 inches by 5.5 inches. The footprint is approximately 13.5 inches deep and 6.5 inches wide and the toaster is 9.5 inches tall. It has a stainless steel outer shell, is UL Listed, NSF classified and comes with a 42-inch cord with the proper grounded plug for use with with a 120 volt grounded receptacle. (We can also build this toaster in a 208 Volt and 240 Volt version.)

The heavy duty power box is mounted on the back. And to make sure no one gets hurt, there is a warning that the steel case gets hot. The crumb drawer pulls out from the front and can be removed and washed in the sink.

This is a brand new toaster, direct from the factory, built for you. It comes with a factory warranty for 1 year against failure due to defective parts or workmanship. I have personally used this toaster, and have removed the shell to make sure it can be easily repaired. Still built in America for many years of service.

And, it's been tested by Toaster Central's own Master of Toaster Testing, Dan in Minnesota who tried it not just once or twice, but three times.

New Heavy Duty, Wide Slot
Automatic Pop Up Toaster
Polytron Corporation Elkhart, Indiana
120 Volts A.C. 1400 Watts Made in U.S.A.

Shipping Weight: 14 Lbs.

$285

Purchase Information


Home. . . 1920s. . . 1930s. . . 1940s & Later. . . Non electric. . . 220 Volt. . .
Waffle Irons. . . Corn Poppers. . . Fryers. . . Egg Cookers. . . Other. . .
Kitchen Props . . . Toast Racks. . . toasterNotes Cards. . .
Repair Service. . . Replacement Cord Sets. . . FAQ. . . Links. . .

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