Split Triplo toaster by Craig Strangward

This quite unusual split toaster was designed by Craig Strangward, a product design student at DeMontfort University. Made from organic plastic, the Triplo toaster looks very cool and supposedly accommodates some refined heating and mechanical elements, which again supposedly, allow for simultaneous baking and roasting. For sure, it looks like no toaster we have seen before, and the concept is totally unique.

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