Breville vst025 café style Sandwich Press (Panini Maker) ONLY £19.00 from £29.00!!! From Morrisons, instore only - HotUKDeals
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Was in Morrisons and the store price for the Panini Press said £19.00. Bought one.
Original price is £29.00 from amazon, argos and other retailers
This may not be national
In store only
Toasts up to 3 sandwiches, has good reviews.
This is my first post, go easy
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1 Like #1
I would love one of these, but after once trapping my hand in one, they scare me!!!
#2
Have one of these at home. Makes some damn good melted sandwiches. Easy to clean
2 Likes #3
Have this and it's fabulous. Really easy to clean too
3 Likes #4
brenandlaura
I would love one of these, but after once trapping my hand in one, they scare me!!!

I bet it tasted nice with a bit of cheese on it though
4 Likes #5
Are these lots better than a regular toastie maker? I don't want to buy one only for it to join the collection in the cupboard. Sure we all have one of those cupboards. The one with the George Foreman grill, the smoothie maker, yoghurt maker, bread maker, chocolate fountain etc.

I except a rice cooker from that list. They are fab and ours gets constant use.
#6
kalico
Are these lots better than a regular toastie maker? I don't want to buy one only for it to join the collection in the cupboard. Sure we all have one of those cupboards. The one with the George Foreman grill, the smoothie maker, yoghurt maker, bread maker, chocolate fountain etc.

I except a rice cooker from that list. They are fab and ours gets constant use.
You know the answer...
#7
Great item.
#8
From the picture looks like the same one I have, so good and so easy to clean.
#9
kalico
Are these lots better than a regular toastie maker? I don't want to buy one only for it to join the collection in the cupboard. Sure we all have one of those cupboards. The one with the George Foreman grill, the smoothie maker, yoghurt maker, bread maker, chocolate fountain etc.
I except a rice cooker from that list. They are fab and ours gets constant use.

Gadgets are great if you really like the end product (not just a twice a year novelty) AND they are easy to use and clean. A decent sandwich press has the the advantage of being easy to clean (just a quick wipe of long lasting non-stick solid hot plates) so If you really like toasted sandwiches and/or panini then these are good.

Remember they don't seal the bread so go easy on the amount of cheese and typical toastie favourites such as baked beans can be messy - although easily cleaned.
#10
Singular one is called a panino. Plural panini. Flies away.
#11
Does this one have the ridges or is it just a flat plate?

Update: Just checked online: Flat plates

Edited By: bob_regis on Feb 01, 2015 07:38
#12
Had one of these for a few years. Works well. Flat plates are easy to clean, just need a damp cloth. However the plastic part of the handle broke on ours so I wouldn't say they were cafe quality. Still use it though.
1 Like #13
I want one but scared it will join the rest of our novelty items in that special cupboard..........I do laugh reading through these threads such fun, I really should get out more!
#14
i bought 1 a few weeks ago i love it even threw my toaster out.....so easy to use
#15
I bought one of these and only used it 2 or 3 times. Its good for large sandwichs and easy to clean. But for normal toasties its rubbish it flattens the bread to much. So much so you can hardly taste the fillings. Toastie machines are much better in that respect.
#16
We haven't had any problems with it squashing the bread too much, the top plate only rests on top of the sandwich so it shouldn't be squashing it. These are so much eaier to use and keep clean than the older ones where you had to cut the edges off the bread, butter the outside of the sandwich, squeeze the handles together with the strength of Geoff Capes and then the fillings ended up scaldingly hot.

Highly recommended! :)

Edited By: F4STFORW4RD on Feb 01, 2015 09:36
#17
I have this. good for the money. Not SD large as I would have hoped however storing a really large one is a pain. This is the perfect compromise
#18
They are really great a and this is an incredible price. Heat added.
#19
bob_regis
Does this one have the ridges or is it just a flat plate?

Update: Just checked online: Flat plates
I would have bought it should it have been the ridged plates, not for me with flat plates unfortunately - that's just my preference though, heat added for the item in any case.
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Zimmy
Had one of these for a few years. Works well. Flat plates are easy to clean, just need a damp cloth. However the plastic part of the handle broke on ours so I wouldn't say they were cafe quality. Still use it though.


You're wrong, we've been using in my cafe for nearly 2yrs now. We make on avg 40 toasted/panino's in a day... Still works perfect and nothing broken
#21
#22
Was just in my local Morrisons in Edinburgh, and these were still priced as £29.99 :(
#23
Got at this price at morrisons a couple of weeks ago, actually scanned at £29 but got it checked and got if for £19. Pretty pleased with, like everyone says really easy to clean and can do a lot more than a normal toastie maker, however i would say that if all you want to do is make cheese toasties, then don't bother with it, just get a normal one with ridges and stuff as the toastie can get flattened and leak cheese. all round hot deal tho :)
#24
stonedave
Got at this price at morrisons a couple of weeks ago, actually scanned at £29 but got it checked and got if for £19. Pretty pleased with, like everyone says really easy to clean and can do a lot more than a normal toastie maker, however i would say that if all you want to do is make cheese toasties, then don't bother with it, just get a normal one with ridges and stuff as the toastie can get flattened and leak cheese. all round hot deal tho :)

when you say got it checked what did you actually say to the staff. Mrs just been to Morries and they scanned it and just said it's £29. I would have thought we wouldn't be able to dispute the scanned price?

Edited By: alpadin on Feb 01, 2015 13:00
#25
alpadin
stonedave
Got at this price at morrisons a couple of weeks ago, actually scanned at £29 but got it checked and got if for £19. Pretty pleased with, like everyone says really easy to clean and can do a lot more than a normal toastie maker, however i would say that if all you want to do is make cheese toasties, then don't bother with it, just get a normal one with ridges and stuff as the toastie can get flattened and leak cheese. all round hot deal tho :)

when you say got it checked what did you actually say to the staff. Mrs just been to Morries and they scanned it and just said it's £29. I would have thought we wouldn't be able to dispute the scanned price?

I just said it was advertised as £19 at the aisle, they had a look, saw the advertised price and put it through at £19. However i did notice a week later that there was some different breville sandwich toasters also advertised at £19 so it could have all been mis-pricing.
#26
vulcanproject
brenandlaura
I would love one of these, but after once trapping my hand in one, they scare me!!!

I bet it tasted nice with a bit of cheese on it though


Toasted handwich, tasty
#27
I have this model, brilliant for making toast too, leave the lid open and flip the bread after a bit, lots of top chefs say toast is best when made by pressing on a hot plate rather than in a toaster or under the grill
#28
These are great for doing a lot of things besides sandwiches i.e coking sausages and fish fingers perfect and quick, only gripe I would have is the coating that can scratch fairly easily if you use metal (so do stick with the recommended wooden or plastic type).
#29
I have one of these and think it's awesome. I've even cooked bacon with it :)
1 Like #30
brenandlaura
I would love one of these, but after once trapping my hand in one, they scare me!!!
Thats why I wont have a toaster in the house, still got burns on my tongue years later
#31
I have one of these. I just use it like a George Foreman grill. Good for chicken bacon and eggs too
#32
these are decent. had one fora few years with no trouble which is a rare thing with breville goods. however, i prefer using our £5 cheapo toastie maker, the ones that seal the middle of the bread and press the edges.
1 Like #33
slimmyfan1
Singular one is called a panino. Plural panini. Flies away.
Always makes me chuckle when I see Paninis written on signs. Much prefer Piadina tbh.
1 Like #34
these are great wiht the part baked rolls etc panini in minutes great with left over chicken etc (i recommend the heera chili mayo from tescos with this )
very easy to clean also :)
#35
I have this. It is certainly easy to clean as some people have mentioned, and works well as long as you have a pretty flat item to toast. Anything with any kind of width you have to apply extreme violence to even get the thing to close.
#36
These are fab. One of our best ever kitchen purchases. Makes great toasties with all sizes of bread.
Not only that, but a doddle to clean too.

I also thought it would end up in the "special cupboard". However, we use this at least once a week. Healthy too, as you don't have to butter the outside of the bread either.

Edited By: inertia on Feb 01, 2015 20:38
#37
These are great as others have said. Very easy to clean too as some have said which is the polar opposite of my George foreman grill!
#38
vulcanproject
brenandlaura
I would love one of these, but after once trapping my hand in one, they scare me!!!

I bet it tasted nice with a bit of cheese on it though

Not at all lol. Very painful!
#39
Morrisons Foss Island York has this with a shelf price label of £19 but rings through at £29 but when I queried it they honoured the lower price.
#40
stonedave
Got at this price at morrisons a couple of weeks ago, actually scanned at £29 but got it checked and got if for £19. Pretty pleased with, like everyone says really easy to clean and can do a lot more than a normal toastie maker, however i would say that if all you want to do is make cheese toasties, then don't bother with it, just get a normal one with ridges and stuff as the toastie can get flattened and leak cheese. all round hot deal tho :)

That's just practice.. Don't put the cheese too near the edge .. it will ooze and fill sandwich learn to judge

These are absolutely fabulous I've been banging on about them for years

Easy to clean - perfect results every time.. cheap and last forever!

Better results than most commercial cafes

You can also do other "non advertised" things with it - it's essentially two hot plates

Pro Tip : You don't need to butter bread

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