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Crank Up the Roastie for That Perfect Slice of Toast

 |  |  |  |  April 20, 2011

If you’re like me, then the first thing that you probably crave for the moment you wake up (after brushing your teeth and taking a shower, of course) is breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day so it’s something that I rarely ever skip, even though I’m already really late.

Roastie toaster

For harried days like that (which happen quite often for me), I just pop some bread into the toaster, dash around the house like a madwoman, and grab it before running out of the house. Sometimes it’s a little burnt on the edges, sometimes it’s still cold in the middle, and other times, I feel like I’m eating a black, bitter cookie.

So when I saw the Roastie toaster designed by Mateusz Główka, I was beyond excited.

Roastie toaster 2

Now that perfect slice of toast is well within arm’s reach. Although it’s still a concept design for now, I’d really love to see the Roastie toaster through until production.

For one, it looks extremely cool. What’s not to love about a fish-tank bubble-shaped toaster in your kitchen?
Roastie toaster 3

Besides appearances, it also promises to toast your bread to perfection in a shorter time than most conventional oven toasters do. Of course, the Roastie’s design could still use a little work, seeing as it can only accommodate one slice of bread at a time. But hey, for the perfect toast, I’m willing to compromise.

All this talk about toast is starting to make me hungry…

* pushes self away from desk and walks to the kitchen to make a pastrami sandwich *