This was posted 3 years 2 months 19 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

out of stock RUSSELL HOBBS RHT100R 2 Slice Perfect Toast $36.75 (Was $149) @ Myer

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Shows as $49, futher 25% discount applied at checkout. Enjoy :)

See your toast in its natural environment with this glass panelled see-through two-slice toaster, which lets you watch your toast going about its business without disturbing it. The glass panels on the Russell Hobbs RHT100R 2 Slice Perfect Toast allows you to see exactly when your toast is done.

This appliance has many superb features to increase your toasting options, including a variable browning control and bagel/crumpet setting as well as cancel, defrost and reheat functions. Extra-tough long lasting quartz elements, a long, wide toasting slot and extra lift facility give this appliance additional appeal.

Features:
- 2-slice capacity
- Glass see-through design to see exactly when your toast is done
- Long-lasting quartz elements
- Red and stainless steel finish
- Long, wide toasting slot
- Extra lift facility, variable browning control, bagel/crumpet setting
- Cancel, defrost and reheat functions
- Includes 2 year warranty

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    • +15 votes

      Damn, I was about to say this was the best thing since sliced bread…

    • +2 votes

      The fact that it doesn't have a sliding tray is a 'No No' for a toaster.. at least for me. :)

    • +6 votes

      I got a $5 toaster like 5 years ago from coles.

      Still works today and the toast is faultless.

      Anyway, props to the host who boasts the most toast

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        I have a cheap toaster too, but one thing I will say is this toaster has ceramic elements if I am not mistaken, and will probably outlast 5 cheap toasters

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          Assuming my toaster breaks tomorrow, this toaster will have to last 37 years to be of equivalent value according to your rarionale

          Im Gonna call it early as the boaster with the best toaster

        • +1 vote

          @pointless comment: I can't comment from experience with these type of toasters but I have a heater with ceramic elements that's been going for 41 years. It has 2 elements and one of them has been changed once. Don't know how the rest of this thing is made though, so who knows really how long it will last.

          I have had 3 in about 7 years, I think most blow because a crumb catches on fire near part of the crazy thin element that is painted on the pcb type board, could be because I am lazy about cleaning it

        • +1 vote

          Haha al@Jackson: haha all good dude:) . I challenge anyone else to knock Jackson off his throne as the ozbargain toaster king.

          You surely must boast the most toast from coast to coast

          adios - gone, im ghost

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          @pointless comment: we can keep going, I am keeping a toaster from the 60s that's an heirloom, it even goes down automatically when you drop the bread in!

    • +5 votes

      Take ProductReview with a large dose of salt… its useful to see the range of issues that can occur, but dont make the mistake of thinking the ratio of good vs bad reviews reflect real life results.

      A $7 toaster at KMart might last 10 years (or 5 minutes!). A $600 toaster from David Jones might last the same. All brands have units that last an unusually short, or long time, and perform unusually bad, or excellent.

      What can differ, is features, physical component quality, warranty length/support, and the likelihood of problems. I would expect a $100 toaster to offer more, and last longer than a $7 one, although I know there is a chance I may get unlucky.

      ProductReview is very heavily skewed towards people who find that site after googling problems they encounter - and they then leave a negative review.
      Its a much smaller proportion of people (with good experiences) that find the site and choose to leave a positive review.
      Even if 100 people complain about a model - that 100 may reflect only 0.01% of all of that item sold and 60+ or 80+ percent of owners may be quite happy but just not review.

      I find a much better site for reviews is Amazon.com (even if I intend to buy the product locally). Its a lot more balanced for verified purchasers of the products to leave a review of their experience with the product.

      I have often found specific brands/models on ProductReview.com.au with a very low rating (eg score 1.8/5 from 25 reviews) but then on Amazon the exact same product has a 4.2/5 score from 300 reviews.

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        Amazon reviews are also quite frequently done by people who haven't purchased the product, and have instead been given a copy for review. I'll leave it up to you whether you think such reviews can be trusted or not.

        You can filter by reviews by Verified Purchase Only to try and prevent this.

  • +4 votes

    It is cheap, although!

    Bad bad reviews.

    Gonna take a pass on this deal.

  • +20 votes

    "See your toast in its natural environment". Awesome

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    Good price! is there an easy way to sort out what's included in extra 25% off deal? Or is it just random clicking around

  • +2 votes

    I was almost put off by reviews but haven't had a problem with it after over a year

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      That's good to know. You find it toasts evenly? I was looking at one of these earlier, but got put off by the reviews as well.

      • +1 vote

        Yeah, the only complaint is that it's only a 2-slice which is ridiculous for the RRP!

    • +3 votes

      Probably a bad toaster for $150, probably a good one for $40. Reviews scaled accordingly…

    • +1 vote

      Has the glass stayed clean? I imagine you wouldn't be able to clean it very easily and it would get sooted up.

      • +1 vote

        INNER GLASS WINDOW
        The inner glass window may require occasional cleaning.
        • Switch the power off and remove the plug from the wall power outlet.
        • The toaster must not be hot.
        • Lay the toaster on its back.
        • Insert fingers into the latch, squeeze latch to unlock and withdraw the glass window from the toaster.
        • Wash window in warm soapy water, rinse and dry thoroughly.
        • Slide the window back into the window cavity taking note of the orientation marks on the latch.
        Note: For safety reasons the toaster will not operate without the inner window installed.

        http://au.russellhobbs.com/pdf/rht100-series.pdf

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    Also in black for $49 although that one doesn't have the additional 25% off.

    • +17 votes

      Red one is faster but black heats up quicker

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      This was the price the identical stainless and black one was branded as Kuchef at Aldi, if they can make money selling it at 50 it makes you wonder how much Myers and DJs expect to make on their other stuff

  • +1 vote

    Unable to find pick up in NSW ?

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    Correct no extra 25% for me either. Just realised because it's the black one.

  • +2 votes

    Waiting for Dyson to invent a new toaster…

    • +2 votes

      Meh. I appreciated what dyson did to the world of bagless vacuum cleaners, but now they really are just too overpriced. I have a dyson, and I couldn't stand the overengineered idiotic wand design (rather than having everything just fluted to slide in, they had these floppy, sloppy, wobbly connections consisting of about 4 pieces per join (pipe, clasp, spring, collar). Hated a lot of other parts of it too, including the hose to body connection, the handles. At the time it was probably the first or second gen of bagless. My sister gave us one of those dyson air rings, or whatever they are, the fanless fans, and my god they are rubbish. She didn't want it. We don't want it.

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        I appreciated what dyson did to the world of bagless vacuum cleaners

        What was that exactly?

        I find bags a lot more convenient than bagless in any case.

    • +1 vote

      Wait for Miele, that's something that will last and have same performance for years.

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    A see through toaster? This blows myind away!!

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    Need to buy a toaster, any suggesstions on decent products out there in the $50 range? This one seems to have some poor reviews

  • +2 votes

    How the heck is a toaster priced at $150 to begin with? A toaster.

  • +1 vote

    including a variable browning control - Don't we get enough of that from Canberra?

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    Admit it, how often are you going to be sitting next to your toaster watching your bread get toasted?

    Sure, probably for the first few times to get the correct setting.

  • +1 vote

    Ah the see-through toaster! Almost invented by Karl Pilkington…

    • +1 vote

      Don't be silly, there's nothing useful left to invent. Literally everything useful that can be invented already has been. The last useful item anyone invented was the frisbee.

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    Good bargain - I have this toaster - havent had any issues with it (yet)

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    $150 a toaster???? real cheap people. real cheap. Because money comes raining from the sky.

  • -1 vote

    Junk brand. Avoid even at this price.

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    im sorry but who tf pays $150 for a toaster? mine was $7 at kmart and ive had it for a year and it's fine.. cmon guys this is ozbargain not ozswindle

  • +1 vote

    All around the country, from coast to coast,
    People always say 'what do you like most?'
    I don't wanna to brag, I don't wanna boast,
    I just tell 'em, I like toast!

    YEAH TOAST!

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    unable to pick up? myer's abomination of a website doing its work?

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    $150 and I can't control it using my iphone? No deal!

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    I wanted one of these for my batchelor pad after the divorce……was going to treat myself.
    Shied away at the 150 price tag,at 50, I wouldn't have hesitated …….
    Stylish and watching your toast turn brown, I really want one of these……

  • +1 vote

    Some people just want to watch the… toast burn.