Panasonic SD-2500WXC Bread Maker, White - £59.99 @ John Lewis (free delivery & free Click & collect service) - HotUKDeals
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John Lewis price matching Amazon.

Wake up to the smell of freshly baked bread in the morning, with the Panasonic SD-2500WXC bread maker.

Finished in white and with cool-touch housing, this Panasonic bread maker features a useful 13 hour time delay, allowing you to set it to bake overnight and be ready for you in the morning.

The control panel is angled and easy to use, and this appliance easily caters for particular dietary requirements, including gluten free, low salt and high fibre. Beautifully designed paddles ensure that every loaf is kneaded to perfection, while a rapid bake option produces a basic loaf in just two hours.

As well as offering 3 sizes (medium, large and extra large) this Panasonic appliance has 9 versatile modes for many varieties of loaf, including:

gluten free bread
brioche
whole wheat
sandwich bread
pizza dough
and a speciality mode for various grain and flour types such as spelt flour.

And its talents lie beyond bread, too! This bread maker also has a jam and compote mode for quick and easy preparation of spreads.

The SD-2500WXC bread maker’s unique non-stick bread pan and kneading blade are coated with diamond particles, to ensure you will be able to easily remove bread from this unit once cooked. This coat is also twice as tough and scratchproof as conventional coats.

9 settings
Easy to use
Up to 13 hours time delay, so you can set it to bake overnight
Jam and compote setting for easy preparation of spreads
Spelt flour and gluten free bread settings

Key Features
Brand Panasonic

Dimensions H37 x W28 x D33cm

Finish White

Eligible for International Delivery No

Guarantee 1 year guarantee included.
Buy a 5 year John Lewis Plan for £33

Maximum loaf size 0.8kg

Model name / number SD-2500WXC

Programmes 9 (including rapid bake option)

Raisin/nut dispenser No

Settings Basic, whole wheat, French, Italian, sandwich bread, brioche, spelt flour, jam/compote, pizza dough, bake only, gluten free

Timer Yes - up to 13 hours

Wattage 550W
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sparx1981
makes me laugh at how often people re post existing deals. This is one of the top deals at the moment on here.

Deal already listed
This one is for John Lewis. The other is for Amazon.

Makes me laugh at how often people don't read the deal ;)
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Doh, time for me to hang my head in shame

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#1
makes me laugh at how often people re post existing deals. This is one of the top deals at the moment on here.

Deal already listed

Edited By: sparx1981 on Aug 16, 2012 11:17
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sparx1981
makes me laugh at how often people re post existing deals. This is one of the top deals at the moment on here.

Deal already listed
This one is for John Lewis. The other is for Amazon.

Makes me laugh at how often people don't read the deal ;)
7 Likes #3
Doh, time for me to hang my head in shame
#4
Don't John Lewis double the guarantee period (ie from 1 year to two?)
#5
Joe90_guy
Don't John Lewis double the guarantee period (ie from 1 year to two?)

No,only a one year warranty on this at JLP

Fantastic Deal- worth every penny-brill breadmaker!
#6
Joe90_guy
Don't John Lewis double the guarantee period (ie from 1 year to two?)

yes they do and any electrical bought via a German company or that trades for the German market i.e amazon.de automatically has 2 years warranty as standard.
#7
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)
#8
Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)

Vouchers to use?
#9
Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)

An example could be you want one today and live near a JL so go pick one up straight away, or perhaps you have some vouchers for JL.
#10
Also may prolong the deal. Multiple suppliers mean more stock so price matching is good for us all.
#11
Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)

The best return policy...order online and collect from my nearest waitrose next day for free... can Amazon match?
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Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)

Because John Lewis pay UK tax & treat their staff with respect & pay them properly.

Neither of which applies to Amazon (or Tesco).
#13
Jlp is of the top retailers , with excellent service and after sales matters , thats why there is no match of amazon and jlp. I will definitely give priority to jlp .
#14
Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)
While this deal is only here off the back of one of today's hottest deals you do have the extra convenience of being able to go and pick it up yourself (or return if faulty).

The whole home delivery thing is convenient for getting things delivered but when there's an issue of returning an item the inconvenience begins. Maybe not so much if someone is home most of the time but not everyone sits at home all day watching tv and waiting for someone to knock on the door.
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Lacero
Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)

Because John Lewis pay UK tax & treat their staff with respect & pay them properly.

Neither of which applies to Amazon (or Tesco).

John Lewis don't have staff ;)
#16
Jlp is of the top retailers , with excellent service and after sales matters , thats why there is no match of amazon and jlp. I will definitely give priority to jlp .
#17
Jlp is of the top retailers , with excellent service and after sales matters , thats why there is no match of amazon and jlp. I will definitely give priority to jlp .
#18
currys will price match now with -10% off difference so that's £6 cheaper + TCB
#19
An excellent deal, half price, bargain, and has good reviews, get to JOHN LEWIS fast, before they run out!
#20
Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)

because JL support the UK by paying tax on profits, Amazon DON'T and use a loophole, both companies are greedy but I try to avoid buying from Amazon when possible because they take the profit but don't push some back into the UK purse
#21
Ordered one, thanks

Use my bread maker every week and to say it's had it's day is an understatement

This website moves so fast some days you tend to miss deals
#22
Hot. I would buy it in an instant if I had not just just paid £3000 into a cash ISA.
#23
Excellent reviews; ordered one, many thanks!
Now, just need to learn how to use it as this is my first breadmaker! :D
#24
I was getting excited thinking I've finally found a good quality paper shredder deal. But nope, its a breadmaker ;)
#25
Gone for this - best price in a long while. Thanks OP!
#26
Well many thaks OP I have been wanting one of these for a long time. Free delivery, nice....

Out of interest how would you get Currys to price match this online? I mean for quidco you would have to order this online and I thought for a price match you have to go instore.

Edited By: BeerGoggles on Aug 16, 2012 16:00
#27
The Amazon on has expired, so this one might not remain up for long.

Thank OP ordered one, great price
#28
Great - One of the best.
#29
Thanks OP
Great price for a great product with great reviews

I've just put all of my spare dough into this.
I hope it delivers alright
#30
hotkeysuk
Cyrus
why buy from JL instead of Amazon ? (serious question)

The best return policy...order online and collect from my nearest waitrose next day for free... can Amazon match?

Amazon has the best returns policy in history. This is undeniable.
#31
Be quick - they will soon notice that Amazon offer has finished
#32
Kiyoshi
Hot. I would buy it in an instant if I had not just just paid £3000 into a cash ISA.

LOL. I like it. You'll reap the rewards in a few years though. Also, you save 6 minutes of labour time per loaf. Now get down to Tesco and buy some Kingsmill.

Edited By: Tarquin8484 on Aug 16, 2012 17:25
#33
Thank you.
#34
All gone now...
#35
Still shows in stock for me.
banned#36
Showed out of stock for me too but I rang the call centre just now and he ordered it online for me.
He said they had 17 in stock.
#37
how much would the ingredients cost per loaf?
#38
awesome deal. thanks! none on line but call you local store, they do free delivery on this too so well worth it - reviews look fantastic!
#39
9 remaining @ JL

Now £96 + everywhere else
#40
took the plunge, looking forward to it - can anyone shed any light on average cost of a loaf just out of interest

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