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Panasonic breadmaker SD254 - £39.99 @ amazon

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8y, 11m agoFound 8 years, 11 months ago
Panasonic breadmaker SD254

The best breadmaker around, Which? best buy, I paid £100 for mine (older model).
£39.99 is a hot hot price.

Note, there are two models: SD254 and SD255. SD255 is the same but has a nut/raisin dispenser (I've never used mine), and costs £100

If you are going to buy a breadmaker, make sure it's Panasonic.
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#1
Just ordered this. Thanks!!
#2
Nice 1.
4 Likes #3
why has this been voted cold?

It's very very cheap for Panasonic, which is basically in a class of its own in the breadmaker world
#4
I bought the panasonic 255 because it has nut dispenser but it was £45 extra. This is a great deal.
#5
Panasonic make by far the best bread makers. Voted [COLOR="Red"]red hot[/COLOR]! :thumbsup:
#6
:( so gutted payed £80 for this a few weeks back :'(
#7
Link doesn't work for me? I end up at http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/homepage.html
#8
I was seriously thinking of buying this, what can I say poster, you couldn't have timed it better. Voted very hot! :thumbsup:
#11
HOT HOT HOT

I have one of these and they are so easy to use and produce surperb results.

I recommend anyone to get this, you wont be disappointed

...and no, I dont work for the company or have shares!

:)
#12
Bargain at £39, unlike other machines this brand makes perfect bread including wholemeal.

I have had both types of the Panasonic. The extra nut/seed/raisin dispenser does not enable you to make any extra recipes, it is merely for the convenience of not having to be around to dump them in an hour later when the machine beeps for it.
#13
Voted hot, currently selling for £69.99 at Argos!
[mod]#14
Thanks dudedude :) I've added a direct link to the OP .
#15
Absolutely BRILLIANT bread maker at an unbelievable price.
Many thanks Dudedude
#16
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http://www.bread.com/pics/bread_pic1_big.jpg
#17
I’ve been thinking about buying a bread maker for a while. Just wandering how much it costs to bake a loaf using one of these?
#18
I ordered it yesterday at £59.99 it has already been despatched but I phoned them and they have refunded the £20 difference so I am well pleased. Have been going to order this for ages.
#19
That's a fantastic offer - never seen these reduced like that. Voted hot.
I have a previous model and it's excellent. (Although I do like the raisin dispensor on mine).
1 Like #20
millarcat
Thanks dudedude :) I've added a direct link to the OP .


I could have sworn the option wasn't there before.
#21
ordered!! Thanks for a brilliant find.:santa:
#22
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I’ve been thinking about buying a bread maker for a while. Just wandering how much it costs to bake a loaf using one of these?

Either way, there's no comparison to freshly baked homemade bread!

BYW, shame about the bread pic not being of the home-bake variety.
#23
Smoking hot - mine is the older one with nut etc Hell of a price and pannys are the best!
#24
I have an older version of this which I paid about £100 for so this is a great deal. It's very easy to use and produces excellent results. Highly recommended product especially at this price.
#25
We already have one of these (with nut dispenser) and it has proved itself (ho ho) time and again! We make full use of the nut dispenser for multigrain bread and our fave Italian accompanyment 'Pesto & Pinenut' loaf.

Panasonic only make two models (one with, one without the nut dispenser). Unlike other brands that offer a range of bread makers at different prices, Panasonic have made One that works really brilliantly! Trust no other!!

Try the Doughnut mix recipe too - just once a year is enough tho..!
#26
just wondered, can you add nuts, grain etc to this model before or during the mixing process by opening the lid ?
#27
Great offer thanks for posting. I was just looking around for a breadmaker and appreciated your comments on Panasonic. I was going to go with a Morphy Richards model (purely because it was chrome effect rather than white!) but I'm going to buy this one! Voted hot. :santa:
#28
I have never used a breadmaker before, but based on the comments on this thread, I will now be having a lovely Panasonic at the super bargain price of £39.99 for Christmas

:thumbsup: :santa:
#29
People who have this. How long does it take to bake a loaf?
#30
Does it have a timer? Love to wake up to a smell of bread in the mornings!
#31
Thanks finally ordered one.
#32
mikeyp
People who have this. How long does it take to bake a loaf?


Depends on the programme. Basic programme is four hours. Rapid programme is 1 hour 55 minutes. Obviously 4 hours is better. Five hours for wholewheat. Six hours for french bread.45 minutes for pizza dough (ready to be topped and cooked in a conventional oven). 4 1/2 hours for Italian-style bread. 2 hours for gluten-free. Five hours for sandwich bread.

You can put it on a timer as well, so put it on at say 10pm, set it to finish in 9:30, so it's ready at 7:30.

The difference between this and more expensive model is the more expensive one makes rye bread as well, and has an automated instead of manual raisin dispenser.
#33
Damn this site. Supposed to save bread NOT spend more bread!!

But I suppose if I end up with MORE bread then I should be thankful, I guess.

OH has always said that she doesn't like gadgets but reading on here and another review on the net I felt that it was too good to miss - especially at this price.

Hope it doesn't end up at the back opf the cupboard.
Thanks OP. Heat added.
#34
dudedude
Depends on the programme. Basic programme is four hours. Rapid programme is 1 hour 55 minutes. Obviously 4 hours is better. Five hours for wholewheat. Six hours for french bread.45 minutes for pizza dough (ready to be topped and cooked in a conventional oven). 4 1/2 hours for Italian-style bread. 2 hours for gluten-free. Five hours for sandwich bread.

You can put it on a timer as well, so put it on at say 10pm, set it to finish in 9:30, so it's ready at 7:30.

The difference between this and more expensive model is the more expensive one makes rye bread as well, and has an automated instead of manual raisin dispenser.


LOL I thought a loaf would take like 30 mins! Ordered one anyway for my dad. Hopefully he'll get some use out of it.

A 4 hour bake must be quite expensive on the elecy tho?
#35
Brilliant! I've wanted a panasonic for ages now.
Rep added, thank you so much OP!:thumbsup:
#36
hello - to person who wondered if 4 hour bake is expensive on electricity - remember that bread dough has to be mixed and then left to rise, and then mixed and left to rise for a long time etc... on a 4 hour program, the machine is usually only baking for less than an hour at the end - the rest of the time it's just counting down on a timer

BE WARNED: a colleague told me that she and her husband both put on half a stone after buying a bread maker - I vowed that would not happen to me, bought a bread maker and must've put on at least half a stone!

We have a Kenwood which was £40 from John Lewis after £10 coupon knocked off - it makes perfect loaves every time and is worth considering if this Panasonic offer price ends.
#37
mikeyp
LOL I thought a loaf would take like 30 mins! Ordered one anyway for my dad. Hopefully he'll get some use out of it.

A 4 hour bake must be quite expensive on the elecy tho?


The baking takes 50 minutes, the kneading 15-30 minutes.

The power is 500-550W. The rest of the time it is just resting/rising.

So it's probably about 0.6KWh for a full loaf, about 2.5p on economy 7, 8p on normal.
#38
I have given into temptation and ordered one, I have wanted one of these for ages! and its a fab price.

:thumbsup:
#39
You'll all be dead pleased with your purchase. I've not bought a loaf of bread for 3 years. Nothing but home made (Panasonic made) for me.
I do occasionally use the nut dispenser - malt and fruit bread - lovely. But not often.

Now, all i need is a crumpet, muffin and bagel maker.
#40
Ordered last night & it's now been dispatched.

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