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Panasonic Automatic Breadmaker SD255 £57.47 (inc VAT) @ Costco

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Manufacturer's Description The Panasonic SD255 Breadmaker makes 3 different sized loafs medium, large and extra large. There are many comprehensive bake modes including; 100% wholemeal, multigrain, …
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Manufacturer's Description
The Panasonic SD255 Breadmaker makes 3 different sized loafs medium, large and extra large. There are many comprehensive bake modes including; 100% wholemeal, multigrain, gluten free, sandwich bread, dough setting for pizzas, rolls etc.
This Breadmaker has a "bake only" mode, an angled easy to use control pad, and a cool touch housing. There is also a rapid bake function that lasts 1 hour 55 minutes, or you can use the 13 hour time delay. There is also a 10 minute power interruption protection in case of a power cut.

The Panasonic Bread Maker has a dispenser that adds additional ingredients automatically into kneading process and rye bread mode. For example, it will automatically add raisins if you're making fruit bread.

It has modern styling and comes in a white finish. A UK recipe book is included.

Box Contents
Breadmaker
Recipe book

Product Description
With the SD255WXC bread machine from Panasonic, youll be able to enjoy fresh, homemade bread whenever you like.The bread machine can be used to prepare white, wheat or even gluten-free breads. You can even toss in some raisins, nuts or other ingredients to spice up traditional recipes.Among the SD255WXC bread machines many cooking programmes, youll even find a convenient fast baking option.


The cheapest I can currently find this elsewhere is £79 - it's around £90 on amazon, has 297 reviews and a 5 star rating (which is amazing for something with so many reviews). I can't wait to try mine!
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#1
Cracking price, cracking device, £90 at Amazon!
#2
We've owned this since Christmas and paid £90 odd for it - it was well worth it even for that. We haven't bought a single loaf since. Amazing deal at this price.
#3
VictorMeldrew;6262036
We've owned this since Christmas and paid £90 odd for it - it was well worth it even for that. We haven't bought a single loaf since. Amazing deal at this price.

we have bought bread since owning a bread maker but you cant beat bread you make yourself if done properly, even if it is more expensive.
#4
Surely it cannot be easier than just buying bread ?

Just how much work goes into making bread - sounds loads.
#5
That's impressive. If I didn't have to pay a £20 membership fee, I would be getting it.
#6
3.1415926
Surely it cannot be easier than just buying bread ?

Just how much work goes into making bread - sounds loads.


About 5 minutes to put the ingredients into the pan, and maybe 40 seconds or so to put the pam into the breadmaker and select the program you want. Had my Panny for 3 years or so and make 2 or 3 loaves every week. Definitely thinking about upgrading at this price, though, as mine doesn't have the auto dispenser...
#7
TanCoul
" maybe 40 seconds or so to put the pam into the breadmaker and select the program you want"


Not a good idea to put pam in the bread maker though :-D
#8
royals
........even if it is more expensive.


What ingredients are you using? It'smuch cheaper to make your own bread.
#9
Had one of these since Amazon were selling the SD254 for £40 (posted on HUKD :)). Don't half make tasty bread, but at around 1400 calories and 280 grams of carbohydrate for the smallest (medium) loaf :w00t: you got to be careful. :-D
banned#10
3.1415926;6262829
Surely it cannot be easier than just buying bread ?

Just how much work goes into making bread - sounds loads.

of course its easier but home made bread isnt loaded with sugar, salt and other additives like shop bought.

how do you think it manages to last 7+ days from baking?

besides, its cheaper to make your own and you save on air fresheners too :p

panny are the best breadmakers. these have timers so nothing better than waking up to smell of fresh bread coming from the kitchen for brekkie :-D
#11
Panasonic bread makers are widely acknowledged to be the best and this is a great price. Hot.
banned#12
guv;6263297
Depends if you're the sort of person who prefers frozen TV meals or gormet food.

The waft of fresh bread in the house is worth the effort alone.

+1 :thumbsup:

makes me very hungry though lol
#13
I've got one and it's fab! I can't say I use it every day but we do use it often and from the investigation I did before I bought it most people think the Panasonic is the best machine about. Haven't had a single duff loaf from ours.
#14
Amazing bit of kit, paid £79 for mine. Use it even more than I expected to. I can't seem to make a bad loaf with one of these machines.
#15
Wow.. I thought £64 for the SD254 I paid direct from Panasonic was a good price. Excellent bread maker, I use mine 3/4 a week. perfect every time.
#16
I so wish there was a costco near me.. nearest one is like 150miles away :/
banned#17
I'm a BLOKE and can use it!
I've had many cheap ones and none can compare. la la laa
I'd bought a Swan one 3 weeks before seeing a Panny for £50 odd @ Littlewoods online.
I bought the Panny one and shoved the Swan (poor thing) in me loft.
Check Littlewoods, £30 off for 1st purchase.
#18
I want one but theres no costco near me and i'm not paying for membership!
banned#19
B0GiE
I want one but theres no costco near me and i'm not paying for membership!



check Littlewoods m8.
#20
I did £127. :(

Cheapest I can find is amazon at £83
banned#21
B0GiE
I did £127. :(

Cheapest I can find is amazon at £83


'kinell!
Look for the 254 model.
It will be cheaper and only diference is, the 255 adds nuts n stuff automatically.
Mine is a 254 and I'm not missing the nutty version.:thumbsup:
#22
I want nutz tho!!! :P

Amazon has a good deal with the SD 255 + Bread Machine Bible + Fresh Bread in the Morning from Your Bread Machine @ £97.36

Am very tempted.
#23
BodZorg
Had one of these since Amazon were selling the SD254 for £40 (posted on HUKD :)). Don't half make tasty bread, but at around 1400 calories and 280 grams of carbohydrate for the smallest (medium) loaf :w00t: you got to be careful. :-D


No way.... but I've already had 6 slices today... this could be why I cannot shift the food baby clinging to my waist.
#24
Whats ur best bread/recipie fatty?!
banned#25
paulgee31;6264193
No way.... but I've already had 6 slices today... this could be why I cannot shift the food baby clinging to my waist.

whatever it is, it surely has to be less than shop bread as we dont put sugar in :thinking:
#26
What are the best bread books to get?
#27
paulgee31
No way.... but I've already had 6 slices today... this could be why I cannot shift the food baby clinging to my waist.



"Wheat belly" its called... :-D Its something that a lot of "Panny" owners suffer from. :-D
#28
We have the version with the seed & nut dispenser and love it. It's the Mother of all breadmakers and this is the best price I've ever seen.:)
#29
None at the Watford store from what I can tell. They have a Kenwood one but no Panasonics.

If someone has bought from Watford, let me know where they are.
#30
csiman
whatever it is, it surely has to be less than shop bread as we dont put sugar in :thinking:



Not sure about shop-bought, but for a Panny recipe the sugar content is insignificant - only 1 teaspoon of sugar (16 calories, 4 grams of carbohydrate) per loaf; but its surprising how the calories stack up, its very easy to devour a Panny in one sitting :) Most people pile on a ton of weight after getting these (too many late night Pannys!?). Another thing, since some loaves, particularly the wholemeal and focacia, are pretty "dense", be careful you don't choke. :w00t: These things really should have an health warning :-D Tastiest bread you'll find on this side of the Universe though :-D
banned#31
BodZorg;6264843
Not sure about shop-bought, but for a Panny recipe the sugar content is insignificant - only 1 teaspoon of sugar (16 calories, 4 grams of carbohydrate) per loaf; but its surprising how the calories stack up, its very easy to devour a Panny in one sitting :) Most people pile on a ton of weight after getting these (too many late night Pannys!?). Another thing, since some loaves, particularly the wholemeal and focacia, are pretty "dense", be careful you don't choke. :w00t: These things really should have an health warning :-D Tastiest bread you'll find on this side of the Universe though :-D

I'll bow to your greater knowledge but I think you'll find bread is very fattening anyway (hence the rubbish called slimcea bread - like bread that the birds have been at for a few hours :-D)
#32
csiman
I think you'll find bread is very fattening anyway



I'm not going to argue with that :-D; for anyone trying to lose weight, bread along with all other wheat products as well as sugars really should be ELIMINATED, not just cut down, but ELIMINATED from your diet. Forget all that "goodness of the wholewheat propaganda-advertising-marketing-nonsense"; just feed it to the birds :-D
#33
If you are debating - don't. This really is the best breadmaker. It does come with a recipe booklet type pamphlet which has some lovely recipes. I have the nut version and use it for adding nuts, seeds and sundried tomatoes.

You can make pizza dough for homemade pizzas in about 45 minutes - kids love to add some tomato paste, cheese and bits to the top. Absolutely the best pizzas ever.

We bought ours about 3 years ago when Amazon had a buy one get one half price (or similar). I bought one and sold the other on ebay for the full price :roll: A bargain at ANY price this machine, really.
#34
I have had this model since Christmas 2008 and use it almost everyday and never a failure.
Here's a tip: Try buying the "Rivercote" brand readymixed breadmaking packs from Lidl. They are usually less than £1 (the price does seem to vary a bit).
The 1 kg. pack is enough for two full sized loaves.
They come in Ciabatta, multi-grain, farmhouse, ryebread (black, very heavy and an aquired taste) and my favourite: Sunflower seed bread. Just needs water and about five hours in the pan.
The only problem is that the family smell it and manage to eat it all before I can get to it!
#35
B0GiE
Whats ur best bread/recipie fatty?!


Granary is very nice and moist 3/4 yeast, 1tsp sugar, 1 tsp salt, 15g butter, 400g flour, 280ml water....... oh god I know the recipe off by heart. Sun-dried tomato and parmesan is great, milk loaf is also good, oatmeal as well.......

I is not fat just festively plump.
#36
BodZorg
"Wheat belly" its called... :-D Its something that a lot of "Panny" owners suffer from. :-D


I can relax now as it has a name, "WBS, Wheat Belly Syndrome".... that means it's not my fault and I can blame society, Panasonic and my parents for it.(let's face it I've watched enough episodes of freaky eaters to know it always stems back to your parents) :thumbsup:
#37
Unfortuantely it's *sold out* in my store (leeds) :(
#38
does anyone know if these machines do a really nice banana loaf?
#39
I put the mixer pot on a set of digital scales, add 200g of strong white flour, 200g of wholemeal flour, 2.5ml of fast yeast (Dove's Farm stuff which doesn't need to be activated first), a couple of grams of salt, 5g of sugar, a ~20g glug of vegetable oil and 270g of water.

I then use the Sandwich loaf program on my Panasonic. It means that the only washing up is the breadmixer bowl, a 5ml scoop and a cup for the water. The digital scales mean that I don't need to measure the volume of water - just pour it in. It takes me ~ 3-4 minutes to weigh it all out and get it into the breadmaker.

The cost works out at about 50p per loaf. My kids still like to have sliced bread as its a bit tricky to slice this the breadmaker bread thinly, particularly when the bread is hot. Taste-wise, there is no comparison.

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