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Lidl Silvercrest twin paddle Bread maker. Instore £39.99 @ lidl now

£39.99 @ LIDL
They had 16 in store in Clacton this afternoon, and it is probably national as it is in the lidl offer leaflet. These have a flash silver trim but otherwise look very much like their previous twin pad… Read More
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They had 16 in store in Clacton this afternoon, and it is probably national as it is in the lidl offer leaflet. These have a flash silver trim but otherwise look very much like their previous twin paddle model, which produces excellent bread, leagues better than the stuff produced by my previous breadmaker, a Morphy Richards fastbake.

Bread Maker
With 12 programmes and 3 browning levels
Fully automated program cycles – mix, knead, rise and bake
For white and brown breads, wholegrain breads, sweet breads and pound cake
With special programmes for e.g. gluten-free baking, pasta dough or jam
Adjustable loaf size (750/1000/1250g)
60 minute keep warm function
15 hour delay timer
Electronic control panel with LCD display and status light
Acoustic and visual reminder to remove the dough hook before baking
Dough hook* and baking mould** with high-quality non-stick coating by ILAG®
Includes recipe booklet, measuring beaker, measuring spoon and dough hook remover
Power input: 850W

A replacement tin plus a set of paddles are a bargain too at about £13.20 delivered https://www.kompernass.com/index.php?route=common/shop (but If buying paddles on their own make sure your getting ones for the correct model because they've improved the design of the tin on the recent models and the old model paddles drop too low on the new tin's spindles).
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great machine
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The first machine I got a couple of years ago was faulty, so we got a morphy richards one to replace it but it didn't make decent bread, so I bought another lidl one last year and it has been absolutely fine.

I think the metal U shaped bits on the bottom of the tin of the original machine weren't bent in far enough.and so damaged the drive fingers, they're bent at right angles rather than splayed out on the current one and I haven't had any problem with the machine, other than the bread rising a bit too much when I've put too much yeast in (I use about 3 - 4 grams now, which is plenty). I haven't had a single bad loaf either, even when I've got the ingredients a bit out.

Edited By: melted on Aug 04, 2016 15:22
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melted
The first machine I got a couple of years ago was faulty, so we got a morphy richards one to replace it but it didn't make decent bread, so I bought another lidl one last year and it has been absolutely fine. I think the metal U shaped bits on the bottom of the tin of the original machine weren't bent in far enough.and so damaged the drive fingers, they're bent at right angles rather than splayed out on the current one and I haven't had any problem with the machine, other than the bread rising a bit too much because I put too much yeast in (I use about 3 - 4 grams now, which is plenty). I haven't had a single bad loaf either, even when I've got the ingredients a bit out.
Oh right decided to splash out out on a Panasonic been fab :D
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thewongwing101
melted
The first machine I got a couple of years ago was faulty, so we got a morphy richards one to replace it but it didn't make decent bread, so I bought another lidl one last year and it has been absolutely fine. I think the metal U shaped bits on the bottom of the tin of the original machine weren't bent in far enough.and so damaged the drive fingers, they're bent at right angles rather than splayed out on the current one and I haven't had any problem with the machine, other than the bread rising a bit too much because I put too much yeast in (I use about 3 - 4 grams now, which is plenty). I haven't had a single bad loaf either, even when I've got the ingredients a bit out.
Oh right decided to splash out out on a Panasonic been fab :D
I got the Panny on a deal from here. Haven't had one bad loaf, perfect every time but this looks a decent deal. :)
#6
I've been getting decent results with Lidls strong bread flour. They've got strong white and wholemeal flour. A 50% mix is my healthy loaf. It's made by Belbake. :3
#7
Looks like this should be national even though I can't see it on their website, it is in lidl's offer leaflet :- http://leaflet.lidl.co.uk/d70a115d-e13f-494f-a984-b5cf22bf5bf9/html5.html#/12
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thewongwing101
melted
The first machine I got a couple of years ago was faulty, so we got a morphy richards one to replace it but it didn't make decent bread, so I bought another lidl one last year and it has been absolutely fine. I think the metal U shaped bits on the bottom of the tin of the original machine weren't bent in far enough.and so damaged the drive fingers, they're bent at right angles rather than splayed out on the current one and I haven't had any problem with the machine, other than the bread rising a bit too much because I put too much yeast in (I use about 3 - 4 grams now, which is plenty). I haven't had a single bad loaf either, even when I've got the ingredients a bit out.
Oh right decided to splash out out on a Panasonic been fab :D


I nearly bought a Panasonic myself after the disappointing bread produced by the morphy richards fastbake, but I looked at the cost of replacement tins for the panasonic and decided to wait to get another Lidl one as the bread is great and a traditional loaf shape too and new tins cost peanuts.
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thewongwing101
melted
The first machine I got a couple of years ago was faulty, so we got a morphy richards one to replace it but it didn't make decent bread, so I bought another lidl one last year and it has been absolutely fine. I think the metal U shaped bits on the bottom of the tin of the original machine weren't bent in far enough.and so damaged the drive fingers, they're bent at right angles rather than splayed out on the current one and I haven't had any problem with the machine, other than the bread rising a bit too much because I put too much yeast in (I use about 3 - 4 grams now, which is plenty). I haven't had a single bad loaf either, even when I've got the ingredients a bit out.
Oh right decided to splash out out on a Panasonic been fab :D
I nearly bought a Panasonic myself after the disappointing bread produced by the morphy richards fastbake, but I looked at the cost of replacement tins for the panasonic and decided to wait to get another Lidl one as the bread is great and a traditional loaf shape too and new tins cost peanuts.
Mine seems to leave a bit a a 'metallic residue' in the bottom of the baker like the Lild one did but really can't see any damage like the lidl one
had it a year and a half now baking 1-2 times a week
the paddle came loose once early on and scratch the bottom
still not a problem
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thewongwing101
Mine seems to leave a bit a a 'metallic residue' in the bottom of the baker like the Lild one did but really can't see any damage like the lidl one
had it a year and a half now baking 1-2 times a week
the paddle came loose once early on and scratch the bottom
still not a problem

There is a slight trace of metal powder surrounding one of the drives on my current Lidl one, but that's after a year of use at 2 - 3 loaves a week. It is less than the amount produced by a single use of my original breadmaker, also there's no significant wear on the drive fingers, so they should be good for quite a few years yet.

Someone on here suggested adding a touch more water to the recipes so that the machine doesn't work quite as hard won't spoil the bread, but will help to reduce wear. I've also got in the habit of putting the vegetable oil in first, pouring it over the spindles after the bushes in our morphy richards one started wearing out, as it stopped the ingredients leaking out and also helped lubricate the bushes.


Edited By: melted on Aug 05, 2016 12:47: punctuation

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