Now, a radio toaster to save kitchen space

February 24th, 2011 - 2:19 pm ICT by ANI  

London, Feb 24 (ANI): A new gadget that can help save kitchen space has emerged in the form of a radio toaster, which allows consumers to heat up their bread while listening to their favourite breakfast show.

The Breville Radio Toaster, which has DAB radio, including all the digital stations, also features an auxiliary input so consumers can connect their mp3 digital music players, such as an iPod.

“It’s a fun modern day idea, combining two into one and leaving more room for another kitchen gadget. It’s music to eat your toast to,” the Telegraph quoted Stuart Miles, the editor of the Pocket-lint gadget website, as saying.

The gadget, which is made in China and costs 50 pounds, is sold at

“We expect the Breville Radio Toaster to be very popular with our customers,” Ben Fowler, head of product development at the retailer, said.

“It’s a quirky, unique kitchen product that’ll make a great gift for house proud home owners and couples,” he stated. (ANI)

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