A "hobo" clown at heart, down on my luck (previously but not now), but eternally optimistic :o)
They spent a lot of time on a toaster! If they make it to the states I might have to get one.I wish you and Beth a great weekend! It will be if the Colts win, right? P&L Wes
If that's their business models -- investing fifteen years of R&D to launch a $200 toaster that makes bread look like its floating -- they're toast.Best,Marty
How did we live without this toaster? :-)
Fifteen years?I wouldn't wait fifteen minutes for a piece of toast.
15 years???? I don't think I would bother to buy it and stick with my pop up which works just fine.........
Sometimes, people don't get it. I am sure that the folks who put in all the thought and effort are proud of their results! Every discovery doesn't have to cure cancer or ease global warming for someone to work hard and feel that they have added to the world.
I like the way it looks!
I would have never thought there was anything wrong with the "old" type of toaster!!! Although...my pop tarts would look cute in there, I guess. :)
All this time and research on a toaster? Wow. I'll hang with my Sunbeam. It's circa 1950 something, chrome outside, two-slicer. Perfection!!
I wonder if they got any government funding to develop this toaster... lol
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