Listen: Connie Thompson, Komo, Herb Weisbaum discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"But how good is the toasted makes komo's Connie Thompson. With a consumer reports toaster test. The toaster is a must have appliance for most kitchens, which is why consumer reports tests dozens of models every year, we send each toaster to medium setting. And then you see how well it'll toast a single slice and then a full batch using an industry standard chart. Yes. That really is a thing testers can categorize how well each toaster performs the best toasters match the evenly Brown toast, in a toast color chart. We're looking for good coloring with each toasters. So that everyone who uses the toaster. We'll be happy with their toast. Consumer reports also assesses how long each toaster takes to deliver the goods the faster the better you wanna test. That's really easy to use and clean. You don't want any cracks or crevices, and you wanna be able to pull out that cramped trae very easily. Just there's even checked out a toaster with a gluten free bread setting. In pre Brad is a bit denser than regular bread. And you might not get the same results on the same setting. They say the thirty dollar Bella. Delivered and had excellent performance on the standard setting with regular bread. If you're toasting for a crowd, consider splurging on the top, rated, prevail. Bit more four slice toaster at one hundred dollars. It has wide slot for bagels. And if your toes turns out to light press the bit more button, and it will toast longer. Consumer reports tested all the toasters with pre cut package bagels for the fatter bakery bagels. They say look for a toaster with the whitest slots, you can find and they found that some toasters have a bagel setting that only toast on one side. So you can Brown the cut side and keep the other side software. That's komo's Connie Thompson time for the consumer tip of the day. Here's herb Weisbaum.."