The Toasteroid toaster uses a dot-matrix grid of microfilaments which allow it to print custom words and images onto your toast. Designs can be made on your smartphone and uploaded via Bluetooth. It can even print the day’s weather forecast.
This unique (and pricey) toaster oven from Japan ensures that your bread stays crunchy outside, and soft inside by adding humidity to the mix. Its makers claim it’s perfect for heating croissants, baguettes and rolls without scorching or drying them out.
Sick of wimpy, underdone toast? Shay Carmon’s toaster concept combines a defibrillator with a toaster, to give your bread that deep, dark crunch that only an intense electrical shock can provide.
The neatest thing since sliced bread? British artist Lennie Payne converts tasty carbs into intriguing toast art by blow torching, scraping to achieve different shades, lacquering and soaking in resin.
The Magimix toaster has extra-wide slots, 4 quartz heating elements and a glass viewing window to watch the awesome toasting action, which produces crisp, uniformly browned tastiness every time.