It looks like a General Electric. It is close to a A12T93B Toast R Oven but the slider switches are in different places. Same basic body and door mechanism though. Might be a GE but a lesser model. A good one to look for, once identified they will be like Craig S601's all of a sudden they will shoot up to crazy prices and confuse sellers. ;D
Unnecessary spending and detailing of a Bluesmobile.....has been approved.
Post by Steam McQueen on Feb 15, 2013 22:19:18 GMT -5
I remember this coming up at BBC and I think it was agreed that it was a GE product. Funny that blusmbl mentioned the 93B because I just took a look for 1970's GE toaster ovens and that's the one that popped up first.
The T93B is the newer model, and has: - red light - start button on top - brown vs. silver label
The toaster at Ray's is a T93
Some versions of the toaster (at least the T93B) could come with a white knob:
and this one also has a white start button:
The toaster at Ray's is a T93 with all black knobs and levers.
The writing on the glass can be: 1) all across bottom, boxed
2) all across bottom, no box:
3) lower right
4) upper right
I'm convinced that Ray's doesn't have the writing on the upper right.
And I'm fairly sure that it doesn't have the "lower right" writing. That large area of white would sure to be seen in the movie.
And I can't make out any evidence of writing on the bottom. I suppose it could be one of the two "bottom labels", with the evidence just wiped away with blu-ray enhancement. But my guess is that the toaster glass is unlabelled, just as with the T93B example shown earlier.
So I think we're looking for:
GE T93, all black knobs/levers, with unlabeled plain glass.
Possibly, TK. What's the source for your image? It's higher resolution than blu-ray, at least from my 1920x1080 pics.
I've simply been using original blu-ray 1920x1080 pics. If I blowup my blu-ray pics using photoshop "bicubic smoother (best for enlargement)", to get something close to the size you have, this is what I get:
There is the silver label version.. and the dark brown version, but there is also the style that Ghost posted above with a sort of tan/ copper label.
In the movie screen captures, the label doesn't look as though it is the same shiny silver as the housing itself, and it is definitely not dark brown, so it would seem that the copper-ish label is the way to go.
What's the source for your image?
I do have the Blu-ray on the shelf, but for the convenience of quick referencing I also have a file loaded on the pc.
I'm not sure about the accuracy of the info I was given about this version, but I'm told it originated in the Netherlands (it has Dutch subs that can be turned on/off), and that it is "1440p".
Like I said, I'm not sure about the info because from what I understand, 1440p is something that doesn't really exist yet. I do know that, at normal size, the picture is so sharp that quite a bit of the movie almost looks 3D, and that the file size is a whopping 10.5GB.
The video and the subs are locked inside a .mkv container so I haven't yet looked into a method of cracking it open to see what the true properties are.