Do you know why toasters are so slow and inconsistent? We didn't, until our frustration with long waits and burnt toast inspired us to do some research. It turns out, conventional heating tech such as the "Calrod" (invented early 1900's) and Nichrome wire (invented late 1800's) are found in nearly every oven, toaster oven and toaster today, and are painfully slow to reach full heat. If you've ever wondered why your oven takes 20 minutes to warm up, and your toaster dries your toast to cardboard consistency, it's because you're using the countertop equivalent of a museum exhibit.
That insight, combined with an unfaltering love for the perfect crisp, set the Revolution Cooking team on a mission to reinvent this long forgotten appliance.