A popular type of bread in Turkey is Trabzon, named for the region in which it's made. Baked in stone ovens, the loaves are large and circular:
As you slice closer to the middle, a slice of Trabzon will not fit in a regular toaster. Thus Turkish manufacturer Arzum produces their Firrin toaster, which accommodates long slices and uses a tunnel-like form factor:
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As someone who regularly eats homemade bread that doesn't fit into toasters, I'd be highly curious to try one of these. If we have any readers in Turkey who have used this: What's it like to use, are you happy with it?