Breville Bold Black 2-Slice Toaster with High-Lift and Wide Slots | Black and Silver Chrome [VTR001]


  • Glossy, ridged textured finish with high shine chrome accents and illuminated controls for ease of use
  • Variable width bread slots allow for both thick and thin slices
  • Variable browning control lets you pick your preferred shade of golden brown
  • Lift and Look function lets you check your toast mid-cycle; High Lift feature means smaller items can be removed easily without burning fingers
  • Defrost, reheat and mid-cycle cancel functions, plus removable crumb tray, non-slip base and cord storage
  • Complete your black kettle and toaster set with the matching Bold kettle
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Model Number




Product Dimensions

‎6.8 x 11.2 x 7.6 cm, 1.3 Kilograms

Power Wattage

‎900 watts


‎240 Volts



Auto Shutoff


Number of Slices


Special Features

‎Variable Browning Control, Cancel Function

Item Weight

‎1.3 kg

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( 8 Reviews )
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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by PhiliP

    Thick toast, ok, but not a very deep slot if it’s long.

  2. 08

    by Sammy

    This toaster is ideal for stowing away when not in use. It’s compact and lightweight and I don’t keep it on the countertop while not using it so it is ideal for me. It also does great toast and large slices really well

  3. 08

    by Khaz

    It’s very good and quality is very good easy to use I love black, good quality good price and easy to clean

  4. 08

    by Kindle Customer

    We had a toaster oven, which I loved. Then it died. So we got an air fryer, because hubby was desperate to try one. Air fryers are great for cooking juicy meat. They are not a substitute for a toaster oven. So there I was, with a hubby who loves toast and no efficient way to make it. I resorted to using my regular oven. What a stressful mess. I’d keep forgetting to check it, and almost started many fires. Finally got fed up and decided to go for this toaster, because it’s a lot cheaper than replacing my toaster oven. FANTASTIC. I especially like the following features:

    * 2 slots, not four. This is great for just 2 people, and it takes up less space.
    * Plastic covering instead of stainless steel. No fingerprints. Thank you. (Who on earth thought stainless steel was appropriate for kitchen appliances??)
    * A rippled plastic covering which means it doesn’t show every greasy print. Thank you again. It’s nice to make toast without the thing looking grimy every time.
    * A crumb tray that is half the width of the toaster. It just runs down the centre of the bottom. I remember when they were much larger. This design is nicer and easier to transfer the crumbs into the bin.
    * A cancel button. Saves you from panicking and abusing the main lever. Very handy. The cancel button lights up once you start toasting, so you can find it quickly.
    * A simple knob you can turn to choose your temperature. It’s nice when not everything we use is computerised with a glowing display.
    * After popping, you can push the lever up another inch or so to lift the toast further out of the slots. Helps you not burn your fingers, plus it eliminates the temptation to stick a utensil down the slot and electrocute yourself. Very clever. I’ve never seen that feature before.
    * The toaster won’t turn on (meaning the lever won’t latch in place when you press it down) if you haven’t flipped your breaker switch. SO helpful. In the US we don’t have breakers at each outlet, so I’ve forgotten countless times to flip the switch before turning things on here in the UK. As British hubby reminds me, the voltage here is a lot higher than in the US so the breakers are needed. That’s all fine and well, but it’s very aggravating not to realise the oven isn’t actually on and that your food is just sitting there not cooking. The fact that this toaster won’t latch unless you’ve got the power on eliminates that aggravation entirely. An excellent feature for the UK.
    * You need to pull the thing out from under cupboards before using it so you’re not roasting your cupboards. The cord length is perfect for this. Not too long, not too short. Just gets the job done (provided you are storing your toaster very close to an outlet. If you can’t do that, you might find the cord/lead a bit too short.)

    Remember that you can only put basic items in this (frozen or fresh): bagels, toastie, etc. No butter, frosting, or other additions which could melt off or stick to the grill. But that’s the way it works with every toaster. For the price, this was an excellent piece of kit. I can’t imagine what I’d gain by paying for a more expensive model. This has everything I need with some nice extras. It is so much faster than toasting in the big oven, and there’s no concern about setting off the smoke alarm. 🙂

  5. 08

    by Plantlover

    It looks very cheap and plasticky! Did not keep it.

  6. 08

    by J Turner

    It feels a bit flimsy but toasts like a dream.

  7. 08

    by kayleigh rodie

    Bought as a gift, works great, looks great

  8. 08

    by M

    What can you say about a toaster? It is good quality and looks good too. One fault is that it is really hard to see what setting the heat control is on. I had to put a little white mark on the dial to see where it was. Other than that, it does the job and can take most bread sizes.

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Breville Bold Black 2-Slice Toaster with High-Lift and Wide Slots | Black and Silver Chrome [VTR001]