Rise and shine gently with toast

The Cuisinart CPT-2000 2-Slice Long Slot Motorized Toaster offers popular features in a sleek aluminum housing. The motorized lift-and-lower feature allows for bread to be toasted with only one gentle touch.

Now if only somebody would quiet down that darn coffeemaker.
Now if only somebody would quiet down that darn coffeemaker. Cuisinart

The soft sound of bread toasting is a welcome addition to any morning.

The crackles and pings of metal heating up and stretching to greet the day are a comforting way to shake off the cold sleep of night. The sounds mean that the smell of slathered butter and cinnamon will soon greet the air, offering a perfect complement to the slowly brewing coffee. And then the toaster pops up the finished toast with a pang loud enough to raise, if not the dead, at least the rest of the household.

Consider a re-imagining of the morning scene, complete with warm, perfectly browned toast and eye-opening coffee, except this time, the conclusion of the reverie is completed by toast slowly rising from the appliance with barely a whisper. How nice this morning with the Cuisinart CPT-2000 2-Slice Long Slot Motorized Toaster must be.

Featuring a sleek aluminum housing and a streamlined design, the toaster gives forth the basic sustenance of toasted bread in a pleasing matter that is not confined to just the senses of smell and sound. Including popular features such as one-sided bagel toasting, seven shade settings, and a countdown LED timer, the toaster brings familiar control to the morning table. And with a motorized lift-and-lower feature, mornings can continue to be the quiet greeting of the new day that they were meant to be.

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