While there is no limit to the gadgets and accessories for your motorhome, there’s nothing quite like the humble toaster. Whether you like crumpets for breakfast or a piece of toast with your soup, having a solid toaster can make your van feel even more like home.
Ideally you’d be looking for a model that uses 800W or less, so as to make sure it’s suitable for use in a motorhome. There isn’t a wealth of options when it comes to motorhome toasters, which can be a good and a bad thing. It means you don’t have to worry too much about finding the right one but, on the flip side, there’s not a huge amount of variation between products.
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The best motorhome toasters are…
Aigostar 2-Slice Toaster
Size: 16cm x 26cm x 18cm
- Compact design
- Might not be suitable for larger pieces of bread
Boasting 2 wide slots built into a sleek design, this toaster is a compact yet stylish addition to your motorhome kitchen. It offers 7 adjustable settings, allowing you to get the perfect crisp, whatever your preference is. There’s also a defrost function if you’re using frozen bread, as well as a reheating option and a cancel button.
The 3.4cm-wide slots will accommodate most types of bread, while the removable crumb tray and cord are stored on the base of the unit.
Status Seattle 2-Slice Toaster
Size: 18cm x 28cm x 20cm
- Neutral design
- Lower wattage than other models
This simple, fuss-free toaster will fit in nicely with any motorhome kitchen. Weighing just 882g, it’s super portable and compact, while operating at 750 watts. The unit itself is made from cool-touch plastic and includes an easily removable crumb tray at its base to help reduce mess.
There is also a handy cancellation button and variable browning system controlled by a small knob. This motorhome toaster also features cord storage so it’s great for stashing in a cupboard if you don’t want to keep it on your counter.
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SunnCamp Low Watt Toaster
Dimensions: 26 x 17.6 x 16 cm
- Super light
- Basic design
Another simple, lightweight option, this toaster uses 800W and is great value for money if you need a straightforward kitchen appliance. It’s ideal for motorhomes since it’s still low wattage, plus it offers auto-pop up and a cancel button. You can also use the variable cooking function which is adjustable between 5 levels.
There is an integrated crumb tray that can be removed and emptied, and the unit itself is designed with cool-touch materials that makes it safe and comfortable for everyday use.
Tower Belle 2-Slice Toaster
Dimensions: 17.6 x 26.9 x 20.4 cm
- Sturdy and well-designed
- Takes up more space than more compact models, especially in smaller kitchens
On the higher end of the market is this sleek toaster from Tower. It offers variable heating controls with 7 options as well as a defrost and reheat option. The two spacious slots feature self-centring technology for even cooking, and the toaster itself is thoughtfully designed with black and silver accents.
A bonus of this toaster is the integrated warming rack which can be unfolded from the top of the unit and used to warm up croissants and bread rolls. There is also the standard cancel button, built-in crumb tray and 800W of power.
Morphy Richards Brushed Steel Toaster
Dimensions: 38.2 x 18.2 x 19.1 cm
- Variable width function to adjust slot size
- An expensive choice if you just want a simple appliance
This simple, stylish model from household name Morphy Richards is a solid option for a motorhome toaster. The 800W appliance is equipped with a variable toasting function controlled via a dial along with a high lift function to easily remove your food.
The toaster is designed with 1-inch thick slots with variable width function that can be adjusted according to your needs. This means you can cook anything from toast to waffles to bagels, and get even cooking every time.
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