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Morphy Richards Bread Maker £35.00 instore Asda

£35.00 @ Asda
Morphy Richards, Stainless Steel Fastbake Bread maker same as in link but instore for £35 Read More
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Morphy Richards, Stainless Steel Fastbake Bread maker same as in link but instore for £35
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#1
I got one of these on Saturday, after buying it in Sainsbury for £45 quid and then returning it because this was £10 cheaper!

Still got my nectar points for it though!
#2
Black version is £39.14 at Amazon.

Worth checking out the very mixed reviews. Seems to have poor reliability.
#3
Not being racist here ,but is this the Irish version.( Murphy Richards. ) ;-)
#4
Good price but I have to wonder about its performance.

Panasonic breadmakers are a lot more expensive, though there have been some good deals on here, and they are widely regarded as the very best.
#5
owldin08
Not being racist here ,but is this the Irish version.( Murphy Richards. ) ;-)


Yep spelt as I pronounce it :p
(now corrected)
#6
Besford
Good price but I have to wonder about its performance.

Panasonic breadmakers are a lot more expensive, though there have been some good deals on here, and they are widely regarded as the very best.


I have a panasonic myself and it's ace,
as already mentioned reviews of this one are mixed but appear overall favourable on Amazon
#7
Does anyone use these things. I know about 10 people who have one but it just takes up space in their cupboard. They all have good intentions but it never gets used.
#8
carleast
Does anyone use these things. I know about 10 people who have one but it just takes up space in their cupboard. They all have good intentions but it never gets used.

We go through phases when it gets used then forget about it again. We have a Panny though so it's really good when it gets used. Love the smell too!
#9
carleast
Does anyone use these things. I know about 10 people who have one but it just takes up space in their cupboard. They all have good intentions but it never gets used.


I use a similar model (different colour and no Fastbake option) for all our bread. We make a loaf every couple of days, it's cheaper and tastier than the mass produced stuff.

I have been using one I picked up secondhand for a couple of years now, so no problem with reliability for me. The model here came second in the Which Best Buy guide, scored 76% (reviewed at a price label of £80, not too sure there). The Best Buy was the Kenwood BM450 with 78%.

Highly recommended by me at least. But as stated so many people have unused ones a secondhand bargain is always going to be a better deal.

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