Monday, July 26, 2010

GE Toaster

Sometimes it's not worth the spreadsheets, the time spent deliberating, the trips to several stores, and the visits to a multitude of websites.

Sometimes, you just go to Walmart, choose your favorite, and make the purchase.

Case in point: a toaster. Prices range from $20 to $300, but if you're not in the market for a gourmet toaster, the time spent researching is not worth the savings. There are thousands of toasters out there--all very similar, and all priced competitively.

Here's my new one:

$35 @ Walmart. Works great!
  • Small kitchen electrics in general are not worth a "bargain hunt."
  • Some GE Appliances @ Walmart include a 2-year warranty where you can bring it back to the store if it breaks within the two years--a nice little bonus.

1 comment:

  1. Went to WalMart recently to buy a toaster and came out with a "everything but the kitchen sink" toaster oven instead. It's been 3 weeks and I've regretted the decision since I placed it on my counter. If only I still had the box