Generally, how well a toaster can pop its toast out when finished cooking it is pretty far down the list of important features it can come with. I mean, you're just looking for a well-toasted piece of bread, right? Who cares about everything else?
Well, when you're dealing with the Highest Popping Toaster in the World, you've got to adjust your expectations. That's because its focus is on launching your toast really, really high in the air, and you'll get to eat it only if you can catch it before it lands on the ground in a pile of dirty crumbs. It uses a high-pressure CO2 gas system and a mechanical arm to do its launching, and it's guaranteed to just destroy your toast if you are dumb enough to use it indoors. You've been warned.