Cuisinart 4-Slice Compact Metal Toaster CPT-435, Silver

(15 customer reviews)


  • Stainless steel housing and blue backlit LCD countdown feature display
  • Blue LED function buttons. Note: Kindly refer the user manual before usage of the product.
  • 7 Shade settings as well as Bagel, Defrost and Reheat options
  • Removable crumb tray
  • Self-adjusting 1-1/2-Inch wide slots.
  • Stainless Steel Housing




Take toasting to a new level with the stylish stainless 4-slice countdown metal toaster by Cuisinart, Featuring generously wide slots to hold toast, English muffins, pastries, and even your favorite bagel halves.

The separate controls mean you can defrost waffles before toasting, reheat toast without burning, and even reduce heat on the uncut side of bagels.

Enjoy your toasting just how you like it with seven browning settings and an LCD countdown toasting-time display.

SKU: CPT-435 Categories: ,

Based on 15 reviews

3.2 overall

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  1. Teajay_dc

    Does what it is supposed to do. While it toasts ok, one annoying design flaw keeps me from giving it more stars. Upon tilting it upside down to clear out excess crumbs, some of the crumbs got inside the display. Cuisinart offered to send another, but it wasn’t worth the trouble.


  2. David

    The plastic handle fell off a couple of months ago and I am unable to put it back on securely. It appears to be a very flimsy design. I emailed Cuisinart with a copy of the invoice (twice-12/27 and 1/19) showing it is clearly within the warranty period but have yet to receive a response. Pretty poor customer service. I am not certain I would buy another Cuisinart small appliance.



    This toaster caused an hour long what’s that sound hunt in our house one evening. It turns out the digital display makes a constant hum noise. After being plugged in for two days, it started making this electrical humming sound. After finally figuring out what it was we contacted the manufacturer, who told us that that was normal and that these toasters do make that noise all the time. So if you’re not fond a slightly loud electrical humming noise constantly going on in the background of your home, don’t buy this toaster!


  4. Vicki Reader

    What a disappointment! I chose Cuisinart because my cheap 2-slice version works fine. This was a gift for my daughter’s family, but I use it a few times a week When I watch grandkids. I can put two slices of bread in the same side on number three and one comes out white and one comes out almost burnt. Also one day number three is perfect for toast and the next daY it’s way too dark! Thank goodness for Amazon’s return policy!

    Vicki Reader

  5. Lucky Lyndy

    It’s growing on me. I was not sure this would be a good buy after reading some of the reviews. The first time I used it it had a weird smell, but that went away very quickly. The first 5 or 6 times the toast didn’t toast all that well, but now it is fine. It took a while to “work itself in”. I like the bell alarm to let you know when the toast is done, It isn’t that loud and the alarm doesn’t last that long. I would recommend it and like it now.

    Lucky Lyndy

  6. Tech Lover

    I don’t usually write negative reviews, but for this Cuisnart DPT-415 Countdown Toaster, I’m going to make an exception. Downside: (1) This has to be one of the poorest designed levers ever. Day one, you had to be Hercules twin with bionic fingers to push the lever down all the way. If you were lucky, the lever held and engaged. Within three weeks, you could barely get the lever down midway. At first I thought a piece of toast — petrified — had lodged down near the point where the lever engages. Nope. Just poor engineering. (2) Think about the most annoying thing about waking up … that’s right the alarm, finding it, then shutting it off. The loud double chirp sound informing you that your toast has completed it’s cycle and has popped up was both alarming and in my honest opinion a redundancy. Why the alarm? Who pops in toast and starts doing house chores only to be reminded that your toast is ready now? Not me. I pop bread in and wait for the toast to pop out and then slather it in butter so it melts into the crunchy deliciousness of that artisan sour dough I just sliced. Upside: I still used Cuisnart blenders.

    Tech Lover

  7. DocDenver

    A bit more lightweight than I expected – I was hoping for a beefy, weighty thing. This looks good but is kind of light — but really, who cares? I REALLY like that there are four slices – two for wifey, two for me. The thing is only used for like 4 minutes a day, but I’ll be darned if it’s not the exact same four minutes we both want it NOW. This avoids all issues relating to whose toast is more important at 6:46 a.m. Also, she likes a “1” and I like a “4” – so that’s handy also. The big blue numbers are really nice – amazing how much less often I have it on wrong setting – as opposed to prior toaster which had a little knob that I never looked at until the smoke came out and I’m like “HEY WHO PUT THE STUPID THING ON 9????”Looks good on the counter, matches the SS dishwasher and fridge.Also like the extra push up for small pieces of toast.


  8. Swamp Rabbit

    Chosen to replace 40 year old toaster that finally died. Selected for its relatively small footprint. Brushed stainless finish matches well with other appliances we own. The extra lift mechanism for small items is a nice feature because we use loaf bread that is smaller than standard size. Settings are easy to figure out. Cord wrap/hide feature is a bit tricky but once done its OK.Some disappointment with toasting evenly. Top third of loaf bead on the “3” setting is very light while the bottom part of the bread is about right.

    Swamp Rabbit

  9. Robert

    Even toasting on both sides for thin slices thru thick slices. The lever is a bit hard to operate if you suffer from arthritis and the end beep is too noisy and unnecessary. Overall a good product I would recommend to my friends


  10. Rohit Thomas

    The toast quality is good, the look of the toaster is good, but the handle to push down the toast and lock it in requires strength that no average person has. For a toaster that is more expensive than a basic toaster, you would expect to be able to push down the handle easier. If the handle issue is resolved it’s a good toaster.

    Rohit Thomas

  11. DL

    This toaster beeps *VERY* loudly when the time ends (even if you stop it before the timer does). There is no way to turn this off. (Some online discussions suggest taking the toaster apart and cutting the wire to the speaker. Good luck with that project.) A dumb design.


  12. Programoff

    Decent toaster; simple operation. Good defrost function makes it easy to use frozen bread, etc.


  13. Amazon Customer

    When you plug it in it makes a constant humming/ high frequency noise. Looks like it consume a lot of electricity and you have to leave it unplugged. I do not recommend this toaster

    Amazon Customer

  14. Client d’Amazon

    Fiable. Produit des rôties grillées uniformément et rapidement

    Client d’Amazon

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