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Panasonic SD254 Breadmaker £66.95 @ Amazon

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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
With the superior build quality and simplicity of design and operation, this bread maker is an ideal addition to your home. 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 nut beeper to allow you to add additional ingredients to your recipe.
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#1
This model was sold at £39.99 by Amazon in 2007!
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This model was sold at £39.99 by Amazon in 2007!


It makes no difference whether it was sold at £1 in 2007 right now thats the best price out there !
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williamh1
This model was sold at £39.99 by Amazon in 2007!

I bought my first house in 1973 for £3775 too. £39.99 for the breadmaker eh !
I don't recall it so low and I bought one around that time. Anyway, it's not
really relevant now is it because you cannot buy it at that price now. A
great machine. I NEVER buy bread and the loaves I make are great.
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#4
I don't think you will ever get that price again. I purchased one for about £70 and i've been very happy with it, best start to use it again!.
#5
support appreciated - thanks
as for Williamh1, i will keep my comments to myself
#6
can cold voters give us a pointer as to the best place to buy this please?
and yes it is my forst deal posted!!
1 Like #7
surely this is the cheapest it has been?? I have had an eye on one for over 8 months now and definitely lowest i have seen. Happy for someone to provide evidence otherwise :)
#8
fantastic machine have tried a few this one makes great bread you won,t be dissapointed paid £70 for mine last year
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#9
Support for Williamh1. He was only making an interesting point!

Hot in July 2010. I'd be happy pay £100 for this....but don't tell Panny. Heat added.

I got the 255 though...with the nut/raisin dispenser....not used as yet.
#10
Thanks hotyoda.

I find it difficult to believe that Panasonic has achieved the apogee of bread-making technology with the 254 and 255 models. Are there no further developments that can be made? Not only that but the price has risen since 2007 - older technology at higher prices. What's going on?
#11
There are new models out now. The 256 and 257. They have a new type of lining in the bread pan( which will cope with grains etc better) and the 257 has the added feature of a brioche programme. Prices are a little higher though!
#12
That was really a one off price. They probably made like...next to nothing out of it (wonder if it was a misprice that they actually honoured?).

On the development side I'd say, if it works don't change it...and there is nothing out there to match the Panny 254/255. In the end all it's doing is making a loaf. Only development I could think of would be a double size loaf as they are smaller than a loaf you'd buy in a shop. But then home made bread doesn't last as long so maybe it's just best to make one a day.
#13
retep
There are new models out now. The 256 and 257. They have a new type of lining in the bread pan( which will cope with grains etc better) and the 257 has the added feature of a brioche programme. Prices are a little higher though!


ooooohhhh brioche...maybe i'll wait until they come down to £40! Then I can do two loaves at a time and brioche.....hey I could open a shop!
#14
Guys... what kind of bread does this make? is it the ready cut loaf type which has soft crusts or can you make bread with a crispy crust? the kind you would have in a restaurant, and how many days does it last (as long as you dont eat it!)?
#15
amavadia
Guys... what kind of bread does this make? is it the ready cut loaf type which has soft crusts or can you make bread with a crispy crust? the kind you would have in a restaurant, and how many days does it last (as long as you dont eat it!)?


not got one myself but from reading reviews it makes 3 different sizes and you can choose your finish from soft crust for sandwiches to crispy crust. Crust from light to dark. From reviews they seem to last well (a few days). You can also use it to make your dough and then go freestyle! good reviews on Amazon.
#16
amavadia
Guys... what kind of bread does this make? is it the ready cut loaf type which has soft crusts or can you make bread with a crispy crust? the kind you would have in a restaurant, and how many days does it last (as long as you dont eat it!)?


All ours have been crispy but we haven't been very adventurous yet. Imagine one of the standard small white or brown supermarket crusty fresh loaves. It'll be a bit bigger than that but not as big as a standard cut loaf.

Two people would make a loaf last about 2 days which is as long as you'd want to keep it (ok for toast day 3). We make a loaf a day generally for a family of 4. Best thing is you use it ALL up cos you know you made it and it's fresh. No waste and no bread for the birds I'm afraid.

Takes a few minutes to put it on every night and you can set the timer so it is ready in the morning. Couldn't go back to shop bread now!

Also Lakeland do a good washable bread bag.
#17
Sounds good... I am sold!
#18
Bigjmill
This model was sold at £39.99 by Amazon in 2007!


It makes no difference whether it was sold at £1 in 2007 right now thats the best price out there !


I beg to differ, you do not seem to understand this website my friend. This website is called HOT UK DEALS.

Just because it is the cheapest available now does NOT make it a HOT deal. Its just the best deal around. If this was selling for £250 and the cheapest around would that make it a HOT deal? No!

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