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Star Wars R2-D2 Toaster: The Breads You’re Looking For

by Conner Flynn
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If you need a bit of droid with your breakfast, and who doesn’t really, get yourself this fun Star Wars R2-D2 Toaster. C-3PO is probably jealous, but let’s face it, Goldenrod just doesn’t have the same personality, and he’s generally pretty annoying.

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This toaster burns an image of R2-D2 on every piece of bread inserted into it. No holograms of Princesses here, just tasty toast with an image on it. This officially-licensed Star Wars merchandise will toast waffles, toast, toaster pastries, and more. And you don’t need to go to a Jawa flea market to get it. Why would you ever go back to plain toast after experiencing R2 toast? How could you? You can’t. After all, Astromech droids are part of a well-balanced breakfast.

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This bad boy has multiple heating settings like reheat, defrost, and quick stop. It also has a removable crumb tray and an adjustable thermostat. And naturally, it holds two slices of bread. Because R2 is versatile like that. Don’t miss out on this kitchen toaster from a galaxy far far away.

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This is proof again that R2 is the king of droids. BB-8 just can’t compete. So let’s raise a toast to… R2-D2 toast.



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