• Sugared Pearl Silver 4-slice Pro Line Toaster by KitchenAid

Sugared Pearl Silver 4-slice Pro Line Toaster by KitchenAid

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Featured and Benefits
  • Automatic Lift and Lower: The automatic lift and lower automatically lowers bread into the self-centering racks upon sensing bread in a slot, then lifts bread as soon as it has reached the selected shade.
  • Auto Keep Warm: The Auto Keep Warm initiates when toast hasn't been removed from the toaster within 45 seconds. Toast automatically lowers to keep warm, for up to three minutes
  • 7 Shade Settings: 7 Shade Settings allow you to choose precisely how light or dark you want your toast
  • Height: 9-in.
  • Model No.: KMT4203SR
  • Number of Slices: 4-slice
  • Origin: China
  • Warranty: 5 Year Warranty
  • Width: 12.7-in.
  • MOST HELPFUL REVIEWS

  • First of all, NO ONE needs a toaster like this! That said, we love this appliance anyways - a somewhat senseless extravagence that adds to the overall feel of what we are trying to do with our kitchen (pro-style it). The assortment of colors was alos a big plus, allowing us to match the red knobs of our Wolf 30" range.

    This is the second toaster we had shipped to us. The first was defective - the bell on the right side did not work. The warning chimes are important, because the toast doesn't pop up when it's done. Fortunately, the chime is loud enough to be practical, but I suggest giving this unit a good "test run" to be sure all the literal bells and figurative whistles work properly.

    This is all about style, so I won't go into how much better our toast tastes (it tastes the same, frankly). But it is fun to look at and certainly built as sturdy as it looks.

    One little quirk - if you toast using both isdes, and set the timer (doneness knob) to different settings, you do NOT get two different warning chimes. The side that finishes first will chime, then the side finishing second will not. I'm not certain if this is a design deficiency or a manufacturing defect, and plan to call Kitchen Aid about this. Each chime (left or right) works when the corresponding side is used independantly, however.

    Haven't tried anything other than white bread, so I can't comment on bagels, english muffins, etc.

    I recommend this product.
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  • I have been searching for a very good toaster. I thought this was it. Unfortunately, when the toast is ready one side is always more done than the other just like my old Cusinart toaster. Why is it so hard to get the toast done evenly?

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  • Like you, I wanted to find a good toaster but based on reviews I was having a hard time picking one. So I bought 3 to try at home. The Chef Pepin 4-Slice Toaster, the Dualit Lite 4-Slice Commercial Toaster and the Kitchen Aid Pro Line 4 Slice Toaster - KPTT890. I chose these three based on price, looks, features and reviews. I ended up keeping the Kitchen Aid – partly because shipping was going to be so expensive to return it.

    Pros and Cons. In General - I found that I liked the 4 smaller slots (Kitchen Aid/Chef Pepin) vs. the 2 longer ones (Dualit). It allows you to toast two different types of bread and/or desired level of toasting at the same time but you lose out on the ability to toast longer bread. Also, all these toasters have a knob for toasting level but in every case only 35% of the range will be used – it seems like there should be better technology out there. Prior to buying I wondered why the "professional" level of toaster, that you pay more for, didn't have the Bagel feature - I determined that was because it really didn't make much of a difference my wife and I both ended up liking the bagels done without the feature used.

    Chef Pepin 4-Slice Toaster- I liked the looks, it had even toasting, largest useable range on the toasting level, nice eject button, it didn’t seem as well made as the Kitchen Aid but at ¼ the price. Only real downside was that the lift didn’t go as far as the others, a fork helped in getting out the English muffins.

    Dualit Lite 4-Slice Commercial Toaster - I liked the shape and size the best because it was thinner it was tucked away better, it had even toasting, had automatic pop-up when done with a nice extra lift feature, it was the only one with a bagel button but I like bagels done without it activated better. Downsides were the auto-pop-up was too aggressive - shooting bread out onto the counter, it had a small toasting range, didn’t have the ability to toast at 2 different levels simultaneously.

    Kitchen Aid Pro Line 4 Slice Toaster - KPTT890 - liked the looks, had most even toasting, seems well made (3 times as heavy as the others), I ended up liking the fact that it only beeps when done, keeping the toast warm while I finish whatever I am doing until I get to the bread and the tactile feel of raising the bread makes you feel that it was worth the extra cost. The only real downside was the cost and that in couldn’t do the longer bread like the Dualit.

    In the end if I was buying one now it would probably be the Chef Pepin, if cost is truly no issue for you then go for the Kitchen Aid.

    I recommend this product.
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  • Customer Reviews for Sugared Pearl Silver 4-slice Pro Line Toaster by KitchenAid

  • Overall Rating:

    4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 17 ratings

    94% of reviewers recommend this product

    76% say this is a "good value"

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  • great toaster/ heavy product

    big box that takes up room on the countertop ....but it's worth it

    I recommend this product.
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    • January 10, 2010
    • By: richard
    • From: MD
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family
  • Like you, I wanted to find a good toaster but based on reviews I was having a hard time picking one. So I bought 3 to try at home. The Chef Pepin 4-Slice Toaster, the Dualit Lite 4-Slice Commercial Toaster and the Kitchen Aid Pro Line 4 Slice Toaster - KPTT890. I chose these three based on price, looks, features and reviews. I ended up keeping the Kitchen Aid – partly because shipping was going to be so expensive to return it.

    Pros and Cons. In General - I found that I liked the 4 smaller slots (Kitchen Aid/Chef Pepin) vs. the 2 longer ones (Dualit). It allows you to toast two different types of bread and/or desired level of toasting at the same time but you lose out on the ability to toast longer bread. Also, all these toasters have a knob for toasting level but in every case only 35% of the range will be used – it seems like there should be better technology out there. Prior to buying I wondered why the "professional" level of toaster, that you pay more for, didn't have the Bagel feature - I determined that was because it really didn't make much of a difference my wife and I both ended up liking the bagels done without the feature used.

    Chef Pepin 4-Slice Toaster- I liked the looks, it had even toasting, largest useable range on the toasting level, nice eject button, it didn’t seem as well made as the Kitchen Aid but at ¼ the price. Only real downside was that the lift didn’t go as far as the others, a fork helped in getting out the English muffins.

    Dualit Lite 4-Slice Commercial Toaster - I liked the shape and size the best because it was thinner it was tucked away better, it had even toasting, had automatic pop-up when done with a nice extra lift feature, it was the only one with a bagel button but I like bagels done without it activated better. Downsides were the auto-pop-up was too aggressive - shooting bread out onto the counter, it had a small toasting range, didn’t have the ability to toast at 2 different levels simultaneously.

    Kitchen Aid Pro Line 4 Slice Toaster - KPTT890 - liked the looks, had most even toasting, seems well made (3 times as heavy as the others), I ended up liking the fact that it only beeps when done, keeping the toast warm while I finish whatever I am doing until I get to the bread and the tactile feel of raising the bread makes you feel that it was worth the extra cost. The only real downside was the cost and that in couldn’t do the longer bread like the Dualit.

    In the end if I was buying one now it would probably be the Chef Pepin, if cost is truly no issue for you then go for the Kitchen Aid.

    I recommend this product.
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    • June 15, 2009
    • By: erick
    • From: PA
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
  • Perfect Toaster

    The bread comes out toasted perfectly and evenly.
    I like the fact that you have to raise the bread after toasting.
    Not only does it keep it warm, but prevents the heating coils from shaking like and automatic pop-up toaster would.
    This extends the life of the toaster much longer.

    I recommend this product.
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    • June 7, 2009
    • By: Walter
    • From: PA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family
  • I have been searching for a very good toaster. I thought this was it. Unfortunately, when the toast is ready one side is always more done than the other just like my old Cusinart toaster. Why is it so hard to get the toast done evenly?

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    • January 8, 2008
    • By: Anne
    • From: LA
    • I Cook: Very Often
    • Style: Family
  • I spent a lot of time researching and shopping for this toaster. I love it, it's well built, attractive in my kitchen and does a great job with a variety of items at a variety of temperatures. Cooking.com had the best pricing by far and it was delivered quickly.

    I recommend this product.
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    • November 26, 2007
    • By: Gina
    • From: CT
    • I Cook: Every Day
    • Style: Family
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