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That title isn’t hyperbole or clickbait nonsense. This really is better than your toaster. At least, I think so. Seriously, can we make this the norm, please? If we figured it out in 1948, you’d think we woulda kept going with it. I mean, really.

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How about the second channel video where we improve and fix these?

Want to read those patents that were on the screen? You’re in luck! They’re right here!
Here’s the patent for the toaster itself:

And here’s the patent for the thermostat:

Also, here’s a link to that fan-site I mentioned;

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46 thoughts on “The Antique Toaster that's Better than Yours technology connections”

  1. How… HOW… I just can't comprehend how I've watched a video on car blinkers, a video on dishwashers, and a video on toasters, on your channel. This is just so… STRANGE. Either I'm absolutely mindblowingly addicted to anything YouTube, or you just have a little something-something that makes you way too entertaining to watch for your own good…

  2. One of the aspects about these old devices that I find so stupefyingly magical when I see them operate is that they didn't have microcontrollers and modern electronic sensors to rely on. They had to use some elegant, genius physical workarounds, often making use of physics I never even knew about or would have thought to utilise.

  3. I have a Toastmaster Imperial from 1962 (it was a wedding present for my parents). The plug was replaced some time in 70's. Otherwise it works as well now as it did then.

  4. I got one of these yesterday! It burned my toast black. But after a bit of searching, I found a video on how to adjust the thermostat, and now my toast is TRULY excellent. I wouldn't have known about these attractive machines if not for this video! So thanks for making it! 🙂

  5. So, is there a way to reach the paper insulated wires? I started disassembling one of these, and wiped the grime off the wire with a sponge. I'm afraid that it may have stripped some of the insulation off, and I'd rather not toast myself.

  6. Now we know they faked the toast popping up in the old Gilbert Gottfried “Seymour Smoke Detector” Public Service Announcement. You know the one: “Be Cool About Fire Safety.”

  7. While I quite agree that all toaster should have a thermostat in them, I think the reason we have the popping toasters instead of these, is so that we have an audible cue as to when the toast is done. I mean think about it, someone might put the toast in and then go do something else, and unless they can hear that little click for the other side of the room they might miss the toaster finishing, allowing the toast to get cold. At least with traditional toasters, one can hear them somewhat far away

  8. I was so fascinated by this toaster that I had to buy one. I bought a broken one off of eBay and got it working. Absolutely love it's design and it really does make consistently excellent toast!

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