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Toastabag: Love It or Hate It?

These little toaster bags quickly turn your toaster into a sandwich maker. While I think it's a creative concept, I'm also rather skeptical: How would a whole sandwich fit into a one-slice toaster? Wouldn't the melted cheese settle at the bottom of the bag? And, more importantly, couldn't this be a serious fire hazard? I'd love to hear your thoughts below. Have any of you ever tried a Toastabag?


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g1amourpuss g1amourpuss 8 years
wait, I thought they were reusable.. I still don't get it. It seems inconvenient either way. I have a toaster oven for sandwiches.
g1amourpuss g1amourpuss 8 years
Just another piece of sh!t to wash and keep up with. (I'm all about simplicity when it comes to these kind of things.) (I could see my mother buying something like that and me b!tching for 5 years until she finally throws it away. She always buys crap like that.)
verily verily 8 years
I once set a toaster on fire when I was little by shoving peanut butter bread in the slot. I don't think this workaround is all that much better...everything will slide down to the bottom. I bought a toaster oven to make my beloved croque monsieurs and buttered toast (it just tastes better when bread is toasted with the butter on) and tossed out my regular toaster. I used to use the oven before then, but then realized I was wasting a lot of energy.
LoveSarah LoveSarah 8 years
If it works then it would be great, and I would probably pick some up. But, I would want to read a review or see it in action before I spent any money on it.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i'm kind of undecided about this one. i have a sandwich maker which i'm quite happy to use to make sandwiches - so i would be a bit skeptical to use my toaster to do the same thing.
Jude-C Jude-C 8 years
I don't think that could work too well, but if somehow all of your (really good) points turn out not to be problems, I might be tempted to give it a whirl. But even bagel halves get stuck in my toaster because they're too thick for it, so I doubt this would be good for me.
kathili kathili 8 years
Sounds a little iffy, but if it actually works seems like it would be quick, easy, and cleaner for the toaster. Also, I think there are already toasters with big enough slots to fit slim sandwiches..
Berlin Berlin 8 years
I like this! I have a toaster where a sandwich would fit in one side:)
millarci millarci 8 years
I think people should just invest in a toaster oven.
shoneyjoe shoneyjoe 8 years
I'll believe it when I see it in action.
Seka21 Seka21 8 years
Yum but cheese always travels downwards..were fighting a losing game
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