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This is a repost of my deal last week, but from an even cheaper supplier and delivered, and 2% Quidco, and Co-op members get co-op points. Here is a copy of the last post...

Regarded as the best breadmaking technology - but the less expensive non solids (nuts, raisins etc dispensing ) version

MAKES DOUGH FOR PIZZAS, HOT CROSS BUNS, WRAPS, ETC AND OBVIOUSLY SALT AND/OR GLUTEN FREE BREAD TOO - POTENTIALLY FURTHER DISCOUNTS FROM QUIDCO. WHILE THIS WILL MAKE BREAD COSTING A BIT LESS THAN A REALLY CHEAP SUPERMARKET LOAF - YOU CAN LEAVE OUT THE CRAP THEY SHOVE IN TO KEEP THEIR PROFITS UP AT THE COST OF YOUR HEALTH - AND THE TIMER LETS YOU WAKE TO A SMELL THAT BEATS ANY ALARM CLOCK FOR GETTING YOU OUT OF BED!

Did you think only the baker can make that perfect loaf of bread? Now you can too! With the Panasonic SD-256WXC Breadmaker, baking a loaf of delicious bread has never been simpler!

The Panasonic SD-256WXC Breadmaker automatically mixes, kneads and bakes fresh bread. The machine has a Brioche bake mode, a super-rapid 1h 55 minutes bake mode and a digital delay timer up to 13 hours. Just what you need to have a healthy, fresh loaf of bread when you wake up!

The pizza dough programme can help you make tasty homemade pizza and the gluten-free programme appeals to all tastebuds. The diamond-fluro coated breadpan can make three different loaf sizes. A cool-touch housing keeps the machine safe, even while baking.

The compact Panasonic SD-256WXC Breadmaker is great for a warm loaf of fresh bread anytime you want!
General informationPower (Watt) 505W-550W
Capacity 750 - 900 grams

AdjustementsCooking Yes
Crust cooking level Yes

ProgramsNumber 19
Memory No
Different Yes

Other informationsColours White
Dimensions (cm) 37.0 x 28.0 x 33.0 cm (HxWxD)

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#1
Here is a link to the last post, which shows excellent reviews from people here who bought it, and its also the simpler version of the one that stormed the gadget show.


http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-sd-256wxc-breadmaker-30-off-69-99-reserve-collect-currys/909382/#post10958746
#2
hotter than toast

ordered cheers
1 Like #3
Need to edit your title to Co-op and free delivery. Great price for this.


Edited By: hotyoda on Apr 06, 2011 07:48
#4
Just ordered - thanks loads
#5
Just ordered...thank you!
1 Like #6
My husband blames this bread maker for his expanding waist line it makes
really good bread I can`t say it lasts well as its always eaten within hours
of being baked..
good price.
#7
Got one earlier from Makro Enfield for 1 penny cheaper :D Hot!
#8
Thank you - have been thinking about buying this and nearly did the other week when it was £69.99. Dont think it will ever be any lower than £59.99
#9
got this last year. Makes great bread everytime!
#10
Snapped one up, thanks op.
[helper] 1 Like #11
hotyoda
Need to edit your title to Co-op and free delivery.
Done :)

Thanks for the post OP - hot deal!
#12
Great device and at a fantastic price. The thing is, like mine, after two weeks it will probably sit in a cupboard in the utility room.
[helper] 6 Likes #13
If you're looking for another buying option its slightly cheaper £56 at 123 electrical
http://www.electrical123.com/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=PAN-BDM-SD256WXC-W

Site looks similar to the Co-op one - wonder if they're "partners"

Edit - looks like the same company - same address for both



Edited By: gari189 on Apr 06, 2011 11:40: ?
#14
Brilliant price for a brilliant bit of kit!
#15
I can see Mattress getting a few PM's.

What location you in Mattress? :)

BTW. This is the price that those of you still in the 'Thinking' stage ahve been waiting for.

Dive in quick tho.

Edited By: rizla01 on Apr 06, 2011 09:27
2 Likes #16
Both SD 257 and 257 are being replaced with newer model in April... And an all new metal model is being launched in June? See news release from Panasonic link below:

http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/News/Latest+News/New+Breadmaker+Line-up+for+2011/7176183/index.html
#17
great price. hot! who knows if the new Panasonic line is going to be as good and sturdy as this one. I'd go for it anytime - unfortunately my 255 is continuing to work perfectly so no excuse for a new one
1 Like #18
Maggy_A
My husband blames this bread maker for his expanding waist line.


That's why I had to get rid of mine... my waistline, that is, not your husband's.

This makes great bread and it's all too easy to polish off half a loaf slathered in Lurpak.

Hot, if you have more self control than me.
#19
thanks for the news
#20
heat added, co-op have some good deals.
#21
2.02% cashback with topcashback or 2% first order with quidco
#22
Shame it doesn't make jam too or I would buy it. Will be getting the one at Lidl tomorrow which does it all.
#23
Does it have a nut and raisin dispenser? The co op site seems to say it does. As does 123 Electrical?
#24
amavadia
Does it have a nut and raisin dispenser? The co op site seems to say it does. As does 123 Electrical?

No it doesnt. Hmm to hold out and see if the dispenser version is reduced or not?
1 Like #25
I have this one, it's just great. The only thing I hate is the large mixing paddle-shape it leaves in the loaf. But then again, most breadmakers do this. Had a look at the new models due out later this year, viewing window and a different coating to the pan are the only big changes I think - so still no collapsible paddle. Shame
#26
What are these like to clean? Does it get all clogged with dough?
#27
Infinite Element
What are these like to clean? Does it get all clogged with dough?


Dead easy. The loaf pops out clean, and the baking tin just wipes down. It's not like a juicer!
1 Like #28
gari189
If you're looking for another buying option its slightly cheaper £56 at 123 electrical

http://www.electrical123.com/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=PAN-BDM-SD256WXC-W


Site looks similar to the Co-op one - wonder if they're "partners"



Whoa...hey good spot....you might like to post that one! Free delivery too.

Edited By: hotyoda on Apr 06, 2011 11:24
1 Like #29
hotyoda
gari189
If you're looking for another buying option its slightly cheaper £56 at 123 electrical

http://www.electrical123.com/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=PAN-BDM-SD256WXC-W


Site looks similar to the Co-op one - wonder if they're "partners"



Whoa...hey good spot....you might like to post that one!


Yes thanks,

Ordered from Electrical123 - same company / registered address but £4 cheaper.
1 Like #30
I have a free bread maker, it's called My Hands!

Good price though if you want one. Heat!
#31
If you have the time (and muscles!) to do this every day...Making bread by hand is quite hard work and messy. I'd much rather throw the ingredients in a pan and do something else. Also, the timer facility is really nice, I wake up to the smell of freshly baked bread.
Dare4Distance
I have a free bread maker, it's called My Hands!

Good price though if you want one. Heat!
#32
nice one bought one from 123 electrical, brought one from currys but still waiting for it, so will get that returned on delivery. anyone know if i can return to a shop ?
#33
katya1971
nice one bought one from 123 electrical, brought one from currys but still waiting for it, so will get that returned on delivery. anyone know if i can return to a shop ?


found out i can take back to shop so saved around £8 on my wait.
#34
Brilliant breadmaker, hot price.
#35
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
If you have the time (and muscles!) to do this every day...Making bread by hand is quite hard work and messy. I'd much rather throw the ingredients in a pan and do something else. Also, the timer facility is really nice, I wake up to the smell of freshly baked bread.
Dare4Distance
I have a free bread maker, it's called My Hands!

Good price though if you want one. Heat!


Actually, it doesn't take much time to do it by hand and it doesn't take much muscle either. I have arthritis in my hands and I can still manage it :D

The timer sounds good though.
#36
I make my own bread without a machine. The reason I do it is as I can make dough with 2kg of flour, and fill the oven with loaves and rolls, and then fill the freezer, and it takes the same time to make one loaf close enough.

But I am going to get a machine, as frozen bread defrosted is not as nice, although I can taste no difference with pizza bases, and strangely almost no difference with rolls.
banned#37
Good deal, but new model replaces it

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Building on the existing award-winning models to offer new features and sleek design

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Building on the success of the award-winning and best-selling Panasonic SD-256 and SD-257 breadmakers, Panasonic is delighted to announce three new replacement models, SDZB-2502, SD-2501 and SD-2500. All three models incorporate the well-favoured features of the previous models, as well as introducing some new elements that will guarantee the highest ever standards of bread baking. And with a new sophisticated design, these new breadmakers are sure to become a kitchen essential.

With a sleek stainless steel body and new design, the new SDZB-2502 is the ultimate bread-making machine. Combining the popular features of Panasonic’s coveted breadmakers with a stylish new design, which includes an angled easy-to-use control panel, along with a new yeast dispenser to ensure optimum quality bread and for those who enjoy making their own preserves, a new jam and compote mode. A specialty spelt mode also allows complete baking freedom along with the Rye and Brioche modes, and automatic raisin and nut dispenser.

The SD-2501 is replacing the best-selling SD-257 and is now available in a contemporary new design with white Cool Touch housing and an angled easy to use control panel. The raisin and nut dispenser has been incorporated into the new SD-2501 breadmaker which automatically adds any additional ingredients you require to your dough, ensuring even distribution throughout the loaf. Simply place your chosen ingredients in the special dispenser and the machine does the rest.

Replacing the award-winning SD-256 is the new SD-2500 which features all of the popular programmes from the previous model, but with a new modern design. Added features for this model include the new jam and compote mode and also the spelt programme. The beep and countdown feature ensures extra ingredients are added to the mix at the ideal time during baking.

Each model offers a variety of tasty fresh loaves in three different sizes, Medium, Large and Extra Large, and also fits into your daily routine with a choice of a 1 hour 55 minute rapid programme for when you are in a hurry, or set the 13 hour timer allowing the aroma of fresh bread to wake you up in the morning.

All three models benefit from Cool Touch housing and have been created without a viewing window to ensure the bread can rise to perfection and the crust builds flawlessly. A new feature for all models is the Diamond-Flouro coated breadpan which offers an extremely durable coating ensuring the best results.
#38
Ordered one from elec123, thanks! :-)
#39
Dare4Distance
I have a free bread maker, it's called My Hands!

Good price though if you want one. Heat!


Does it bake too ? :D
#40
I use my MR bread maker to mix the dough and initial rise, (40mins) then stuff in a bread tin, and bake in an oven, so probably 2 hours mix overall.

The 2lb bread tin shape is much better than the usual bread makers for slicing, use 300g of water and 600g of flour.

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