A Toast To The ‘Hamilton Beach SmartToast 4-Slice Toaster’

“Life was much simpler when my biggest dilemma was deciding what to put on my toast in the morning!”

 Hamilton Beach SmartToast

Hamilton Beach SmartToast 4-Slice Toaster

Bread has by far been the most favorite breakfast in my household. With a variety of scrumptious spreads, succulent meat and scrambled eggs that you can add to your toast, this is what we all enjoy eating as a family. But that’s where my job gets huge- making a whole lot of toast every morning, with multiple levels of browning and crumbs, as per my loved ones’ whims and fancies. And so, on a few hurry-burry days, I just thrust porridge on them all!

This was until I met ‘Mr. Hamilton’ (as we like to affectionately call my toaster). My wonderful husband bought this Hamilton Beach SmartToast 4-Slice Toaster as a present from California, and since then getting breakfast ready has been as simple as tanning on the beach. For a start, it has 4 slots making it twice as fast as the typical toaster. It also has 2 separate temperature controls, so we can brown our toast however we like it. My kids love this feature best, as 2 of them can assemble their own plates side by side the way they want. When my children actually enjoy helping out with breakfast, I honestly feel life doesn’t get any better.

Another reason why I let them use it, is because Mr. Hamilton is very, very safe. It has an auto shut-off feature and a cool-touch exterior, ensuring no one burns their bread or their fingers! With a removable crumb tray and a smooth chrome finish, this contraption is unbelievably easy to clean!

Oh and did I tell you, you can make bagels too! There’s a feature setting that actually lets you toast the inside while warming the outside, giving you a perfect, crumbly and tasty bagel. I find this is the best breakfast buddy ever, so go ahead and get one too!

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  1. Christina Ferguson says:

    I was not that worried about identity theft..but I am thinking after reading that I should be.

  2. Cathy Jarolin says:

    Yes i am concerned over Identity thieft.. I make sure I never give out my ss card #..I really dont want to give it to anyone! If the wrong person gets that your done….But this is a very serious problem and it really needs to be stopped…

  3. It is definitely a concern. I try to protect my identity by not using my pin for my debit card. I use the credit option or I use cash. I don’t give out my social security number.

  4. Alexa Nernberg says:

    Hello, yes I am concerned about identity theft. All paperwork that contains my personal information is put through a paper shredder before it is disposed. Thanks for sponsoring another very useful giveaway and for the opportunity to participate.

  5. It is a concern , but I try everything possible to protect my identity! I dont give out ss card numbers or anything to anyone!

  6. I am somewhat concerned and am very careful with what info I give out.

  7. Amy Truluck says:

    I am very worried about identity theft, it has happened to me and my sister both. I try to only visit secure sites, but its amazing how much the hackers can do without you knowing. It is very scary.

  8. Do Not Carry Your Social Security Number in Your Wallet. Keep your social security number sacred. Once a thief has this information they can open bank accounts, credit card accounts and file false IRS reports.

    I used to do this and now I am going to put them in the safe.



  10. Peggy Bolling says:

    As should everyone I am always concerned about identity theft, but I try to take the best precautions I can, by not giving out my phone no, ssn and things like that. I know this isn’t the safest thing but it beats throwing caution to the wind

  11. nicole barr says:

    I am definitely worried about my identity being stolen thats why I take the proper precautions so It wont happen

  12. susan quackenbush says:

    I am very concerned and am always careful in my transactions.

  13. Very concerned. Especially after seeing skims being stolen here in indiana!

  14. Penny B W says:

    I actually was a victim of identity theft this year. It was a nightmare to sort out and now I have fraud alert on my credit report so no one(even me!) can open a credit account in my name without jumping through hoops!

  15. I am mildly cautious and don’t give out numbers unless I initiate the correspondence.

  16. Susan Smith says:

    Yes, I am concerned about identity theft. All paperwork that contains my personal information is put through a paper shredder before it is disposed of. I also have a freeze on my credit account.

  17. Cheryl Reinhardt says:

    I am concerned about ID theft, I have known a person it happened to, and it takes forever to clear it up .

  18. We’ve always been careful – credit cards only online, we shred regularly, etc – but there’s always a chance something could slip through. It’s unfortunate that so much relies on the SSN when it was never intended to be used as a catch-all federal identification number – did you know if someone knows the last 4 digits and where/when you were born, they can guess your number with a pretty high degree of accuracy?

  19. Identity theft concerns me. I don’t carry my social security number anywhere…I have it memorized and the card is in a lock box at home. I use a shredder to shred the mail that has important info on it. I don’t check my credit as much as I should though.

  20. yes i do worry about it all the time i shred everything i thow away

  21. Dorothy Hubbard says:

    No I don’t worry, as my credit is not the best and I don’t use it alot on the internet.

  22. I don’t worry too much about it. No one wants to be me.

  23. Richard Hicks says:

    I am concerned with it and try follow most of the tips. ALso use Lifelock to alert me to anything unusual; going on with my credit cards

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  24. shirley zolenski says:

    I do somewhat. I don’t give out info., I don’t have it written anywhere.

  25. Christian Alejandro N. says:

    It is a concern! I simply try to keep extremely private information to myself. I don’t ever type in important information unless I at least see the HTTPS.

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