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Kenwood BM250 Breadmaker £19.99 @ Currys

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7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Making simple everyday bread couldn't be easier, add the ingredients, select the program, enjoy your bread!
1kg Capacity
12 Programmes (jam and cakes)
Digital display Timer
Rapid bake
Viewing window

i bought 2 one for my daughter who is ceoliac and one for herself and the look of machine etc is really nice and cooks really nic as well.
it is out of stock on line but i got in my store and i did ring up and it is in other currys and the price is correct.

i looked round the other places and comet has the same one ad is 54.99 ad they wouldnt price match it due t a large loss they would get.
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/328677/KENWOOD-BM250

please go easy on my my first post. can anyone help me get a pic on it
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#1
A brilliant deal, if I wasn't on a Slimming World plan I would be grabbing 1 at this price myself. Heat added and welcome!
#2
i have always wanted to try one of these but didnt want to pay alot just incase! heat thanks
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#4
Brill deal. Not going to buy the breadmaker though as we brought one 2 years ago,probably made bread 4 times.

Makes decent bread, but not regularly enough and this time I mean the missus :-)
#5
I have an old (about 10 year old) bread maker that I have used alot over the years. Do you like pizza? Make your own dough and get the kids to add their own toppings. Much cheaper and tastier than a store/take away 1. Also you can alter toppings to your taste, dont like tomato on the base, add some garlic butter instead. Oh yes make flavoured bread that is over priced in supermarkets. I made an orange and poppy loaf, herb and garlic, mixed oats with bread flour etc... Its cheap enough to experiment with.
#6
Great price despite the design flaws - it seems that the clips holding the kneeding bowl in place detach easily. Still, I'd have bought one if I could of, but out of stock in the south west. Snap 'em up whilst you can....
#7
i managed to reserve one in glasgow! are they easy to use as i have never had one before but we do eat/like bread?
#8
ladily
Great price despite the design flaws - it seems that the clips holding the kneeding bowl in place detach easily. Still, I'd have bought one if I could of, but out of stock in the south west. Snap 'em whilst you can....


i was told they were out of stock in my blackburn branch but when i rung to check prices etc, the man told me these were in stock but showing out of stock on line. might be worth a phone call. i got mine in preston and there was loads on the shelves
#9
they seem to be around 50 elsewhere is the price online what you pay instore even if it changes does anyone know? thanks
#10
wulshaz
they seem to be around 50 elsewhere is the price online what you pay instore even if it changes does anyone know? thanks


i reserved mine and picked up in store. i asked the man on the phone he said it was correct price,i asked him to comfim twice and that was price and in store.
#11
wulshaz
i managed to reserve one in glasgow! are they easy to use as i have never had one before but we do eat/like bread?


my 9yrs old daughter can do it, with me hanging around, th instructions are simple and step by step.
even my husband has put the odd loaf on and he aint a kitchen person
#12

ladily:
Great price despite the design flaws - it seems that the clips holding the kneeding bowl in place detach easily. Still, I'd have bought one if I could of, but out of stock in the south west. Snap 'em whilst you can....
i was told they were out of stock in my blackburn branch but when i rung to check prices etc, the man told me these were in stock but showing out of stock on line. might be worth a phone call. i got mine in preston and there was loads on the shelves.



i reserved mine and picked up in store. i asked the man on the phone he said it was correct price,i asked him to comfim twice and that was price and in store.


Thanks for that. I'll give Exeter a try in the morning. Good luck with the baking!
#13
debbie26pet
my 9yrs old daughter can do it, with me hanging around, th instructions are simple and step by step.
even my husband has put the odd loaf on and he aint a kitchen person


lol ok thanks will give it a go :thumbsup:
#14
ok so thats a breadmaker, a suit , pair of shoes, speakers etc.. in the last 3 days!! need to stop looking a this site!!

ps this is a great deal reserved one in glasgow!

cheers
#15
heat & rep for a great find. I can't afford the much raved about Panasonic so this will do nicely for the price
#16
I got one of these in January, after months of being annoyed by the bread pan popping out all the time I called customer services and they sent a new bread pan which actually stays in.

However, having just been bought a Panasonic SD255 for my birthday I can safely say the quality of the kenwood bread and build of the machine is rubbish. I can barely hear the Panny whereas the kenwood is very loud. The kenwood also doesn't fare very well at mixing on it's own...you often have to push the flour in from the sides manually. And finally the bread quality is a lot better from the Panny.

It is £60 less though...
#17
msubbu33
Brill deal. Not going to buy the breadmaker though as we brought one 2 years ago,probably made bread 4 times.

Makes decent bread, but not regularly enough and this time I mean the missus :-)


Where did you bring it from?
#18
Fab deal - reserved one in Wednesbury
Thanks
#19
Pay more and get the panasonic, i read reviews on amazon and realised i was better off paying more for a decent breadmaker.
Havent looked back, dont buy shop bread anymore as i make a fresh loaf every day, works out at 30p a loaf so pay more, use every day and it will pay for itself
Rant over!!!!
#20
OS in my area, shame because my mum has been wanting one for ages..
#21
it says their reserve and collect service is under maintenance or something lol
#22
grex9101
Where did you bring it from?


ok typo agreed:oops:
#23
Oh, I thought that was a printer. :)
#24
Amazon's price is £42.45
#25
i have this exact one its a very good model and gets rave reviews! h+
#26
The loaves of bread from these machines are great but don't last for long (not that they get stale, it's just that they taste so good you tend to eat it all up quickly).

If your daughter is ceoliac then this can be a lifesaver for her too. I recommend Dove Farm white bread flour. It isn't sold in most supermarkets (apart from Waitrose and Tesco) but a lot of independent health food stores keep it in stock. It is expensive and I'd love to learn how to make my own flour (using potato, rice and tapioca) but we beggars can't be choosers.

However, I make my own soy milk too (quick, easy and cheap) and the left over soy pulp or Okara is great for adding to the bread flour mix before baking to make the bread lighter, more fibrous, nutritious and tasty - and makes the loaf much, much bigger in size and weight.
Enjoy!:thumbsup:
#27
Will have a look at my local and hopefully get one for my Mum. :)
Does anyone have the SKU for this by any chance?
#28
angie7777777
Pay more and get the panasonic, i read reviews on amazon and realised i was better off paying more for a decent breadmaker.
Havent looked back, dont buy shop bread anymore as i make a fresh loaf every day, works out at 30p a loaf so pay more, use every day and it will pay for itself
Rant over!!!!


30p..what size loaf? (weight)
30p a loaf is dirt cheap.:thumbsup:
#29
My daughter is allergic to milk & eggs. Is it easy to make bread without these ingredients? I bought a breadmaker once a long long time ago and it tasted awful. I must've been doing something wrong, and ended up selling it on Ebay. :o(
#30
One important tip I found on the web - ALWAYS sieve the flour first. You will be amazed at the difference it makes. Ignore the claim that flour does not need sieving.
#31
Had a Breville breadmaker and followed the recipes to the letter - variable loaves and 99% disappointing.

Tried the recipes from here, and have had no trouble at all. Fantastic bread every time.

Try LIDL breadmaking flour for super cheap (and still excellent) bread.
#32
http://www.bhg.com/recipe/yeast-breads/white-bread-for-22/

i use this site as well the do a smaller loaf for 16 slice as well, never hd a bad loaf yet
#33
Great deal, H&R added
I got Delongi from argos 3Wks ago & my daughter makes a fresh loaf every morning!!!!
#34
still showing stock in birmingham if anyones interested
#35
Many Thanks..found one and purchased it today :) Now making bread..seems very simple to use and pretty quiet. :) Heat given,.
#36
Now £49.99 - serves me right for going on holiday. :-(
#37
Thanks for the post just picked one up at the New Malden store that I reserved.

They had a trolley full of them from reservations that hadn't been picked up for whatever reasons going back on the shelf.

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