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Panasonic Breadmaker SD255 £82.93 @ kitchenscience.co.uk

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I just bought one of these as a gift and although I noticed an earlier post back in Sept saying it was around £57 in Costco I'm not a member of that so not sure if its still on offer. Using 2 codes an…
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I just bought one of these as a gift and although I noticed an earlier post back in Sept saying it was around £57 in Costco I'm not a member of that so not sure if its still on offer. Using 2 codes and possible cashback I should get this for under £80 which is a good deal for what's considered the best breadmaker in the UK.

I used SDAKW5 code to get 5% off the product, then I used code KS3 to get additional 3% off the order. Standard del is free so that's a bonus.

I also went through topcashback as they offer 5% while quidco offers 4%

Hope this is some use to anyone after one of these!
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#1
As you say this has been cheaper; but this seems the cheapest deal at the moment. :thumbsup:
#2
wombat6025
As you say this has been cheaper; but this seems the cheapest deal at the moment. :thumbsup:


Yes that's what I'm hoping, and still useful for those who aren't Costco members or don't have one nearby.

It started off a bit chilly though, back to 0 at least (spoke too soon!)
#3
Are these panasonic really that much better to warrant the premium of 3-times the price? Just asking ...
#4
Hot with reservations! we have one, the bread is lovely. Much better than the cheapo machine from Trago Mills... I'm a bit off Kitchen Science though - saw a freezer on ootd, clicked through to KS, tried to buy it, but their website kept telling me that my credit card had been rejected. Phoned them, a girl told me it was out of stock and discontinued but they had no way of updating their website and would I like to buy a different freezer. Said No thanks. 3 weeks later got my credit card statement and they had taken £230 x 3 times, and it was a week before the £690 was refunded to my card. Emailed them and this is the reply I got.

Thank you for your e-mail.
Please accept our apologies. Firstly the reason that the refund was not action immediately is that we were not aware of this as the order was rejected by the system so according to the system which we look at we had not taken any money. It was only when we were informed that an error had occured that we were able to rectify this problem. Which we did as soon as we we're aware of this problem. We apologise for the inconvienience that you may have incurred. If we can be of any further assistance in this matter please do not hesitate to contact us again.
Kindest Regards
Steven Brown
Kitchen Science Customer Support Team

I couldn't be bothered to pursue it.
#5
pet2000
Are these panasonic really that much better to warrant the premium of 3-times the price? Just asking ...


They do have rave reviews; that said we have a tesco breadmaker that cost around £30 and has been excellent.

Once you get more adventurous in your bread-making you might want to make sweet breads with rasins and nuts in, or olive bread etc. These extra ingredients have to be added part-way through the program. The SD255 has an automatic seed/nut dispenser - with most machines you have to hang around waiting for the machine to 'bleep' when it's time to add extra ingredients - very tedious.
#6
pet2000
Are these panasonic really that much better to warrant the premium of 3-times the price? Just asking ...


Its the auto nut/raisin dispenser that is worth the extra money, means you can make seeded breads on a timer so its ready for the morning, i'm not sure if any other breadmakers have the auto feature.
#7
pet2000
Are these panasonic really that much better to warrant the premium of 3-times the price? Just asking ...


Yes definitley.....my friend has one and I have a Kenwood, the panasonic makes better bread and the quality of the tin and mixer blade is far more superior. Wished I got the Panasonic one.
[helper]#8
It really isnt worth paying the extra for the seed dispenser. The SD 254 does exactly the same job except you put the seeds in yourself and this really is no hardship. I had a Panasonic which wore out and replaced it with a cheaper different make - big mistake. I have now purchased another Panasonic. The bread is much better. The bread does take longer but is much lighter. My previous model was a fastbake-type and always produced heavy stodgy bread. The longer the processing time - the better the bread.
#9
LJM
It really isnt worth paying the extra for the seed dispenser. The SD 254 does exactly the same job except you put the seeds in yourself and this really is no hardship. I had a Panasonic which wore out and replaced it with a cheaper different make - big mistake. I have now purchased another Panasonic. The bread is much better. The bread does take longer but is much lighter. My previous model was a fastbake-type and always produced heavy stodgy bread. The longer the processing time - the better the bread.


i happen to disagree :) as i like to put the bread on at night and i dont want to get up to add the nuts.
[helper]#10
flyingteddy
i happen to disagree :) as i like to put the bread on at night and i dont want to get up to add the nuts.


I have read in reviews that the dispenser dosent always work and also that the addition of nuts/seeds regularly will, over time damage the non-stick coating of the bread pan

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Got the SD-254WXC a couple of weeks ago from KS (out of stock at the min),on the strength of rave reviews on MSE forum.
It makes a lot nicer bread than the other breadmakers we've had, and the mixer blade stays with the machine instead of hiding in the loaf.
Also Asda are doing Hovis breadmixes @ 2 for a quid at the moment.
#12
will go great with popcorn maker and ice cream maker in attic
#13
LJM
I have read in reviews that the dispenser dosent always work and also that the addition of nuts/seeds regularly will, over time damage the non-stick coating of the bread pan

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i will say that it has not dropped the seeds in maybe twice over the 3 years ive had it, so thats pretty good and the machine is in use at least 2-3 times a week constantly. your also right asbout the pan and i think mine is due to be replaced but at least you can buy replacement parts for it.
#14
Bully
will go great with popcorn maker and ice cream maker in attic


its hardly the same, bread is a staple, you use it all the time, popcorn and icecream are more an occasional thing.
my breadmaker has been on the kitchen unit since i bought it, always in use.
#15
bidrick

Also Asda are doing Hovis breadmixes @ 2 for a quid at the moment.


Thanks for the info :thumbsup:

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