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Panasonic Breadmaker SD254 for £67.03 delivered from Amazon

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Panasonic breadmakers are by far the best you can buy and consistently top every review you'll find. Breadmaker with Raisin Beep Signal and Gluten Free Program. With its new modern styling finis… Read More
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Panasonic breadmakers are by far the best you can buy and consistently top every review you'll find.

Breadmaker with Raisin Beep Signal and Gluten Free Program.

With its new modern styling finished in white with cool-touch housing, this breadmaker is an ideal addition to your home. An angled, easy to use control panel offers simplicity of design ensuring ease of operation. It gives you the convenience of having fresh bread at anytime from fresh basic ingredients and can cater for particular dietary requirements e.g. gluten free, low salt, high fibre.

The SD254 has a Raisin Beep signal and countdown feature to prompt the user to add their ingredients and can also bake gluten free loaves, using a wide range of gluten free bread mixes on the Gluten Free Program.

The SD254 has a Super Rapid Option to produce a white or brown loaf in only 1 hour 55 minutes and a Sandwich Option to bake softer bread with a thinner crust - ideal for making perfect sandwiches. This model also features a versatile Dough Option to make dough from white, brown or wholemeal flour for rolls, buns, croissants etc. and a French Dough Option for crusty French sticks.
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#1
You can also get the next model up, the SD255 with raisin/nut dispenser, for £86.31 from Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000QUYW62
banned#2
Waste of money if you ask me. Most people I know who bought one of these ended up sticking it in a cupboard where it has stayed for years.
#3
KingCampo
You can also get the next model up, the SD255 with raisin/nut dispenser, for £86.31 from Amazon: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000QUYW62


Had this on my wish list for a while now, but still TOO expensive for me yet,,,Excellent bread maker though,,,
banned#4
I actually have one and do use it. Makes gd bread. I say I use it but not daily or nothing. Its a sunday thing lol
#5
had one of these last year from Amazon, when they were £40, and use it almost daily
#6
We have had 3 since they first came out in UK & used everyday! Easy to use & fantastic,light well risen loaves every time.Friends have tried cheaper bread machines by other manufacturers & the loaves are smaller & heavier. You won't ever want to buy shop bread again and more space in your freezer but watch your waistline! Great price from Amazon & good aftersales with free returns if faulty.
#7
I've got a Panasonic bread maker too and can thoroughly recommend it. Lovely waking up to the smell of fresh bread on Sundays and great to still be able to have fresh bread when you're snowed in...
#8
We bought the Swann machine a few weeks ago as seen on Hot Deals - it was delivered for £25 or so . . . . use it everyday too . . . . . . and its great. Organic bread at around 70p a loaf. Cant beat it. Not sure if I would spend £80+ on one of these - how different can they be?
#9
KingCampo
SD255 with raisin/nut dispenser


sorry for my spanish,but what is that for?
#10
I wonder how many fresh loaves you could get for £70 without any hassle of a breadmaking machine. They remind me of sodastreams
#11
JIM1973ANDREWS
I wonder how many fresh loaves you could get for £70 without any hassle of a breadmaking machine. They remind me of sodastreams


Of a comparable quality, maybe 50 tops - I must have made at least 3 times that many in my Panny so far. 5 minutes preparation and you wake up to a still warm fresh loaf and a heavenly scent wafting up the stairs (as opposed to the one wafting down, hem hem...)

I can understand your scepticism, I was doubtful about buying one myself for that reason, but this is not so much a gadget as a staple if you like good bread.
#12
Also paid £40 for it from Amazon. Gets used 2/3 times a week & only takes 2 minutes to put flour, yeast etc in it.

Excellent bread.
#13
I have had mine for about 8 years, tried morphy richards and kenwood, but this knocks spots off them, great price
1 Like #14
Narkodrom
sorry for my spanish,but what is that for?


it drops the nuts/raisins down into the mix just before baking starts, so's not to mash them up during kneading.

don't buy this machine as your first breadmachine; try a cheap 25 pounds model from a supermarket to see if you'll stick to the idea of breadmaking. I find a loaf costs about 35p (including electricity) and you know where all the ingedients have come from.

I'm looking to upgrade, having made literally 100's of loaves in cheap machines (another way to get a bread machine is to ask around - lots of friends have them stuck in the back of cupboards doing nothing....)

my brother has this breadmaker and has claimed for a long time that it was worth the money

p.s.

1lb 4oz Strong Flour
11 1/4 oz water
1 tsp salt
3 tsp sugar
1 1/4 oz vegetable oil
1 tsp dried milk
1 tsp bran
2 tsp mixed seeds (we use a mix of pumpkin, sunflower, linseed and sesame) (optional)
3/4 tsp yeast

used that recipe very successfully for a long time now.
#15
suppose its a good deal if you want one but i think the better and cheaper option is to do it by hand and use your oven.
#16
Excellent machine. I've got the 255 and it's brilliant.
banned#17
lenzie;4480422
Waste of money if you ask me. Most people I know who bought one of these ended up sticking it in a cupboard where it has stayed for years.

they must have cheapo ones then as these make bread far superior to ANY shop bought. Or they're just lazy ;-)

the mercedes of breadmakers although was available for £47.99 a year ago. Still, best price now so voting hot.
banned#18
jerdeber;4480951
We bought the Swann machine a few weeks ago as seen on Hot Deals - it was delivered for £25 or so . . . . use it everyday too . . . . . . and its great. Organic bread at around 70p a loaf. Cant beat it. Not sure if I would spend £80+ on one of these - how different can they be?

big difference from review tests between cheap ones and pannys. this has a timer too so set it to finish just as you get up in the morning :thumbsup:
banned#19
csiman
they must have cheapo ones then as these make bread far superior to ANY shop bought..


???? What?...even freshly baked loaves made that morning in the supermarket bakery?...cant see it sorry!!

I really cannot see the point of these?....how much cheaper is it than buying pretty much the same quality of loaf??? probably save 20p/30p ?? - so, how many loaves would you have to make for this to pay for itself? - oh, let me work it out....

.....


...its 228 !!!! :roll: Id probably be dead before it paid for itself..........and just about fed up of cleaning it and having to buy the ingrediants all the time.
#20
lenzie
Waste of money if you ask me. Most people I know who bought one of these ended up sticking it in a cupboard where it has stayed for years.


Yeah - like excersise bikes.

Having said that, I make 2 or 3 loaves a week. We never buy bread anymore and I save a fortune by not buying shop sandwiches at lunchtime. And you know exactly what's in the bread. No preservatives or flavourings etc.
#21
Voted cold - only £10 ish saving off the RRP. Was £40 a year a go on Amazon. So it isn't a 'Hot Deal', it may be the cheapest, but ain't no bargain- which is the whole point of this website
#22
I got the panny last christmas as well, I have not bought a loaf since. I can get 3 loaves out of 1 bag of Organic flour that costs £1. It stops me making trips to Tesco just for some bread and coming out having spent £10 on other bits and bobs as well.

Great for pizza dough as well and the Viennese bun recipe in the booklet that comes with it is just divine.
#23
The big difference I found with this bread maker is the recipes. Pretty much every loaf is just bread, yeast, sugar, salt, butter and water. The sugar and salt are in far small quantities compared to other bread makers and no milk powder etc.

Produces consistently good results and makes great cakes as well.

Worth noting if you are in the Forces (even cadets) or a member of your family is a MoD civil servant you can get a 25% from Panasonic website with the correct code. Brings the price down to £66.24 delivered direct from Panasonic.
banned#24
Mr Product
???? What?...even freshly baked loaves made that morning in the supermarket bakery?...cant see it sorry!!

I really cannot see the point of these?....how much cheaper is it than buying pretty much the same quality of loaf??? probably save 20p/30p ?? - so, how many loaves would you have to make for this to pay for itself? - oh, let me work it out....

.....


...its 228 !!!! :roll: Id probably be dead before it paid for itself..........and just about fed up of cleaning it and having to buy the ingrediants all the time.


You need to consider that a lot of supermarket loaves are not fresh baked. They are often part baked, then frozen, then finished off in store for "freshness".

I have had a SD254 for about 4 years, and use it on average twice per week. For me, it is not the saving you get compared to buying a standard boring plain loaf. It is what you put in it. If you want a plain loaf, make a plain loaf. Want raisins in it? Add them. What olive and rosemary bread? Easy. Want to have tomato and anchovy bread? Simple to make. On a low salt diet? Add less salt. Want a specific mix of flours types? Easy at home. Want spelt bread with pine nuts in it? Just buy the right ingredients. Also the smell is wonderful, you can fill the house with just baked bread smell - great before a dinner party. Then it's also good for making dough for pizza bases, cakes etc too.

And I find it easy to clean. Tip the loaf out, quick wipe and it's done. Probably a minute at most.
#25
paulgee31;4482782
Worth noting if you are in the Forces (even cadets) or a member of your family is a MoD civil servant you can get a 25% from Panasonic website with the correct code. Brings the price down to £66.24 delivered direct from Panasonic.

Correct code?
#26
People might also be interested in the real bread campaign.
http://www.sustainweb.org/realbread/
and
http://www.slowbread.org.uk/index.html

Supermarket "breads" are one of the major reasons for flour allergies.
#27
Great breadmaker. Ours has been in nearly daily use for just over a year. Great purchase!

I remember seeing the SD255 relatively cheap at Costco, I think under £80 but not sure
#28
jerdeber
We bought the Swann machine a few weeks ago as seen on Hot Deals - it was delivered for £25 or so . . . . use it everyday too . . . . . . and its great. Organic bread at around 70p a loaf. Cant beat it. Not sure if I would spend £80+ on one of these - how different can they be?


csiman
big difference from review tests between cheap ones and pannys. this has a timer too so set it to finish just as you get up in the morning :thumbsup:


Bought this Pany for my dad when it was £39.99. Bought the Swann one a few weeks ago for myself as it was £23.

Having tested both machines I will say they are both great. Personally would not spend that much for Pany, the Swann does just as good bread and great reviews too. It also has the timer function the pany has - plus a window so you can see the bread being made.

Both have great reviews so upto you, Im not buying bread anymore!
#29
Fantastic breadmaker, got heavily used for the first few months then had to be resisted due to the effects of so much bread on waistlines...

Makes excellent pizza dough in 45 minutes, and the recipes are all more or less foolproof.
banned#30
Mr Product;4482354
???? What?...even freshly baked loaves made that morning in the supermarket bakery?...cant see it sorry!!

I really cannot see the point of these?....how much cheaper is it than buying pretty much the same quality of loaf??? probably save 20p/30p ?? - so, how many loaves would you have to make for this to pay for itself? - oh, let me work it out....

.....


...its 228 !!!! :roll: Id probably be dead before it paid for itself..........and just about fed up of cleaning it and having to buy the ingrediants all the time.

oh dear. you obviously dont know what goes in supermarket loaves, even the fresh ones :whistling:

lots of preservatives etc! Do some research so you know what you're talking about before coming out with such tripe :roll:

Jeez, some people...........................
banned#31
paul.jacobs;4482441
Voted cold - only £10 ish saving off the RRP. Was £40 a year a go on Amazon. So it isn't a 'Hot Deal', it may be the cheapest, but ain't no bargain- which is the whole point of this website

more rubbish from noobs!

the RRP is £89.99 and was on half price offer last year at amazon for about a week!

er, and the point of this website is to find the cheapest prices and thats exactly what this is :whistling:
banned#32
paul.jacobs;4482441
Voted cold - only £10 ish saving off the RRP. Was £40 a year a go on Amazon. So it isn't a 'Hot Deal', it may be the cheapest, but ain't no bargain- which is the whole point of this website


mabccc;4482924
You need to consider that a lot of supermarket loaves are not fresh baked. They are often part baked, then frozen, then finished off in store for "freshness".

I have had a SD254 for about 4 years, and use it on average twice per week. For me, it is not the saving you get compared to buying a standard boring plain loaf. It is what you put in it. If you want a plain loaf, make a plain loaf. Want raisins in it? Add them. What olive and rosemary bread? Easy. Want to have tomato and anchovy bread? Simple to make. On a low salt diet? Add less salt. Want a specific mix of flours types? Easy at home. Want spelt bread with pine nuts in it? Just buy the right ingredients. Also the smell is wonderful, you can fill the house with just baked bread smell - great before a dinner party. Then it's also good for making dough for pizza bases, cakes etc too.

And I find it easy to clean. Tip the loaf out, quick wipe and it's done. Probably a minute at most.

Spot on!

the one minute of cleaning might be too much for some people though lol ;-)

oh and having to remember to buy ingredients is a real headache at times too :w00t:
#33
paul.jacobs;4482441
Voted cold - only £10 ish saving off the RRP. Was £40 a year a go on Amazon. So it isn't a 'Hot Deal', it may be the cheapest, but ain't no bargain- which is the whole point of this website
Well said.
#34
Another vote for panasonic bread machines. Have been using one for 3-4 years. Excellent product. Love the smell of fresh bread. Good option if you need to make wheat free bread (Doves farm bread flour and follow recipe on the packet).
#35
lenzie
Waste of money if you ask me. Most people I know who bought one of these ended up sticking it in a cupboard where it has stayed for years.


totally agree.

i once read a while back that to justify the cost and to in effect to break-even. one would need to bake over a thousand loaves of bread!

if i go through 2 loaves a week.

id break even over 500 weeks

a bit of rough maths and thats almost EIGHT years

not to mention all the hassle of washing, cleaning etc

and whether it still is working by then- who knows!
#36
I'm not sure people buy these hoping to save money, I purchased one because I wanted the option of making some nice different breads not available in the shops.
#37
jaffacake
it drops the nuts/raisins down into the mix just before baking starts, so's not to mash them up during kneading.

don't buy this machine as your first breadmachine; try a cheap 25 pounds model from a supermarket to see if you'll stick to the idea of breadmaking. I find a loaf costs about 35p (including electricity) and you know where all the ingedients have come from.

I'm looking to upgrade, having made literally 100's of loaves in cheap machines (another way to get a bread machine is to ask around - lots of friends have them stuck in the back of cupboards doing nothing....)

my brother has this breadmaker and has claimed for a long time that it was worth the money

p.s.

1lb 4oz Strong Flour
11 1/4 oz water
1 tsp salt
3 tsp sugar
1 1/4 oz vegetable oil
1 tsp dried milk
1 tsp bran
2 tsp mixed seeds (we use a mix of pumpkin, sunflower, linseed and sesame) (optional)
3/4 tsp yeast

used that recipe very successfully for a long time now.


Thank you, for the recipe ordered 255 from Amazon:thumbsup:
#38
I have the next model up, SD255 with nut dispenser and rye bread paddle. Its the best thing I have bought recently. I use it daily (or almost) and haven't bought a loaf in a shop ever since I got the bread maker. Its worth its weight in gold, you know exactly what you are putting into the bread and it only takes 5 mins to measure the ingredients out, then you just leave the machine to get on with it. Fantastic
#39
just in case anyone interested, I had this model ordered a few days ago with Amazon but cancelled. I was able to go to Dixons, ordered the S255 version and use the code 'bread10' for further 10% off. Worked out costing £77. I point though, the original price was £93, but when I added it to basket it dropped to £86 before I applied the code.

£77 for S255 version is at least a good a bargain as above, as I think rrp is £99
banned#40
MightyHumungus;4484078
Well said.

well said AND completely wrong :whistling:

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