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Makro: Panasonic SD254 breadmaker £57.49 inc vat (in store only) @ Makro

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like always, you'll need a Makro trade card or know someone who has * Bakes medium, large and extra large loaves. * 17 programmes. * 3 crust settings. * 1 hour 55 minute fast bak…
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
like always, you'll need a Makro trade card or know someone who has

* Bakes medium, large and extra large loaves.
* 17 programmes.
* 3 crust settings.
* 1 hour 55 minute fast bake.
* 13 hour timer.
* Cool touch.
* Beep and count down timer to add ingredients.
* Cake recipes.
* Gluten free programme.
* Non slip feet.

I have one of these and can't fault it
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#1
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#2
um, exactly why isnt this a good deal, Panasonic do the best breadmaker and this is the cheapest Ive ever seen one, they are £79.99 upwards everywhere else! HOT
#3
Tempted as it is one I've wanted but sadly no room at the inn....voted hot :thumbsup:
#4
Have some heat
#5
lidl have a bred maker from the 8th. £24.45
http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.20090108.p.Bread_Maker.ar1
hope this helps the less well of bread makers amongst us.
#6
simonbrowne
lidl have a bred maker from the 8th. £24.45
http://www.lidl.co.uk/uk/home.nsf/pages/c.o.20090108.p.Bread_Maker.ar1
hope this helps the less well of bread makers amongst us.


Will you be making Browne Bread ?
#7
DAMNOME;3958514
Will you be making Browne Bread ?


oh dear :o
#8
no, I'll just be making the dough and spending it at lidl
#9
most of these will end up being used once, then retired in favour on pre-made bread from the .local supermarket...
#10
I've got this one.

Does relly good bread and is easy to clean.
Used at least once a week.

Bread needs eating as I don't use preservatives but also the left overs make good bread pud so never wasted.

If nothing else the birds benifit too.

Much cheaper than paying Supermkt prices.
#11
does anyone else think the bread shape is abit funny? i usually cut the loaf in half straight down the middle then cut slices into short half pieces! but i do like this bread maker.
#12
I used a bread maker when I did not have access to fresh bread from the shop. It was a cheap one and it made very good (white) bread. However, if you live in a city and can buy bread easily, you will quickly realise that you cannot make the bread as good as you buy from the bakers (and certainly not cheaper). For good bread you really need the right ingredience and most important a good bakers oven. If you are into continental mix bread (e.g. polish rye bread0, forget the bread maker all together because a bread maker can't cope.
#13
fsm65
most of these will end up being used once, then retired in favour on pre-made bread from the .local supermarket...

That's true for lesser makes. However, very few of these turn up on eBay - considering their cost,
you'd reckon people who didn't want them would sell them off - so the conclusion is that for the
Panasonics at least, they do get used.
Generally, this make is considered the best around (We've got one - used frequently) and
other makes pale in comparison. A good deal for a good product.
#14
How Do You Get A Card For This Place
#15
ted2911
How Do You Get A Card For This Place



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#16
fsm65
most of these will end up being used once, then retired in favour on pre-made bread from the .local supermarket...


do you have actual figures to back up that claim ?
ours gets used almost every day and we rarely buy a loaf
#17
I use a Panasonic breadmaker to mix the dough and then let it rise very slowly without added heat. Then bake in the cooker oven. Another very important tip I found on a website is always sift the flour. Even if it says on the packet no need to sift, you will always get a better result from sifted flour.
#18
This breadmaker is excellent, I bought one from Amazon at £39.99 last December (advertised on hotukdeals)....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/125345/panasonic-breadmaker-sd254-39-99-am/

You realise how poor supermarket bread is once you have one of these, a sandwich is more filling and the bread lasts so much longer. However, this deal is not great as you could have got the SD255 from comet (reserve and collect) a few weeks ago for only £10 more, and that has an automatic fruit and nut dispenser...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/300809/panasonic-sd255-breadmaker-70-29-co/

I'd personally hold off, there is sure to be a better deal out again soon.
#19
just from personal experience, got g. foreman grill, used once, got juice extractor, same etc...
#20
For several years I've used a Breville fan assisted bread master which is excellent. Sadly they are no longer made (but can still be picked up on ebay) because the bread is always excellent - and the right shape!

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