1Star Wars Toaster
Just what chubby Star Wars fans needed: More carbs!
This toaster by Sasha Tseng incorporates a little message board where one can read quick notes. The message also gets “toasted” into the toast itself so it gives new meaning to “read while you eat”.
3Hello Kitty Toaster
Why eat boring, plain toast when you can enjoy it with a Hello Kitty face on every slice! With seven browning levels, a cute pink and white cool-touch exterior, and self-adjusting bread guides, this could quite possibly be the most girly, yet delicious piece of toast you've ever eaten.
Unlike standard toasters, the Portable Toaster has a graphic user interface that shows how well the bread is toasted and how long it has been in with animated pictures.
This toaster is part of Ivo Vos's ‘Brunch' collection. It's a toast catapult, or trebuchet. One cool feature is that it lets you calibrate the force and angle of your toast's trajectory. Presumably so that you can have a plate all set up in the right place. It's one of many prototypes for kitchen equipment from the Dutch designer.
6Pop Art Toaster
Tired of eating a plain slice of toast? Break out of your morning routine pop art style with brand fun images onto your toast with interchangeable art plates. This toaster includes six removable art plates featuring double hearts, "LUV U," flower, snowflake, birthday cake and smiley face patterns.
7Transparent Toaster Concept
This transparent toaster concept is clearly awesome for a number of reasons. Most important, you can see the exact level of toastedness your toast is at, ensuring that you never get a burnt or an undertoasted toast.
The Nahamer T450 toaster concept from Rob Penny gets a big thumbs-up in the design department with its good looks and viewing window. Plus, instead of popping up, the toast slides gracefully onto your plate–simplifying the mechanics in standard toasters.
Designed by Jaren Goh of Singapore, and winner of the 2006 Red Dot Award, the ROLLERtoaster is pretty self explanatory: stick bread in one side, and watch it get rolled into toast by the compact little unit.
One of the most interesting gadgets to hit the market is the Lego Toaster and Clock. This is one of those gadgets that Lego fans will really like and appreciate. The Lego designs seem to be the in thing these days. Be it for any kind of new product or gadget, the term Lego is sure to draw more than just a curious stare. Jamyle Savaris, a student, has designed a toaster and clock, keeping in tune with the trend using Lego inspired designs.
They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not crank up the radio and get your day started right. The retro Sci-Fi stylings of Kenwood's radio/toaster will add some pizazz to your decor. Price: $59.95
Have the perfect breakfast in bed with these retro styled yet decidedly modern Toaster Teapots by Tea Pottery. What a fantastic idea! Price: £29.95