Why do most roasters have no windows?

Why do most roasters have no windows?

If your toaster is old and "works that way", you will be up to the hat of playing the lottery every time you introduce a couple of slices of bread.

And there is nothing that rages more than to prepare the butter and jam to make you some toast (with the only bread you have left), and that the toaster incinerates them as if it had heard the order Dracarys.

That is why we wonder what is the sinister reason that there are hardly any toasters with windows that allow to closely monitor the process of toasting the bread.

To alleviate our frustration, we decided to conduct an extensive search and, yes, they exist, and we have found them. Here you have them.

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