Panasonic SD255 Breadmaker £70.29 @ Comet (using voucher) - HotUKDeals
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The Panasonic Breadmaker SD255 is currently on offer for £87.86 (normally £99.99). However if you use code 20BREAD (20% off) in addition (as posted on here already - thanks to OP), the price goes down to £70.29. Delivery is free or you can collect in store (although if you collect in store I am not sure you can use the 20% code).
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#1
woud love to know why the cold votes? - everywhere else has them for about £90. If you can find one cheaper, then please share with us.
#2
I'm not voting, but pretty sure this is the same model that was posted on here earlier this year - it was off Amazon for 40quid or something. I bought one, but have no where to put it (still in the box in the closet - lol!)

just found the receipt in my hotmail - it's the SD254 £39.99

regardless of the price, breadmakers are awesome - there's way too much salt and junk added to most popular bread you buy of the shelf
#3
we've got the panasonic sd253. After a lot of internet research, this came out top in almost all the reviews. So I've voted this one HOT as it's probably the best breadmaker you can get.
#4
The only £40 deal I can find is for an SD 254 from over a year ago so if thats yours hope its ok since the warranty is out.

The 255 comes with an extra paddle and program for rye bread plus the raisin & nut dispenser. Great price imo.
#5
This is the best bread make you can buy.. paid £100 for mine about 3 months ago and we have only ever needed to buy about 2 cut loaves since.. well happy with mine.. i'd be a lot happier too if i paid this price.

heat & rep to you
#6
jeczap
I'm not voting, but pretty sure this is the same model that was posted on here earlier this year - it was off Amazon for 40quid or something. I bought one, but have no where to put it (still in the box in the closet - lol!)


so why don't you sell it ? would probably get more than £40 on ebay
#7
jeczap
I'm not voting, but pretty sure this is the same model that was posted on here earlier this year - it was off Amazon for 40quid or something. I bought one, but have no where to put it (still in the box in the closet - lol!)

just found the receipt in my hotmail - it's the SD254 £39.99

regardless of the price, breadmakers are awesome - there's way too much salt and junk added to most popular bread you buy of the shelf


I'd gladly give you £40 for it if you're in the North East so i could pick it up.
#8
Anyone got any good bread making receipes as the bread I make tastes like a cake!
#9
Hi, voted hot! My friend just bought this for £88!
Only prob is There doesn't seem to be anywhere to put in the discount code when you get to the checkout.
Any ideas anyone please?!
#10
grumblesheeve
Anyone got any good bread making receipes as the bread I make tastes like a cake!


this breadmaker comes with plenty of recipes, the fruit bread is stunning, even plain old white bread tastes far better than shop bought
#11
Bought one of these when they were last on offer.Works well saves a fortune with buying shop bread.
#12
pluun - I'm going to keep it. we've been planning on moving (bigger house - I've got a lot of music gear!). once we've got the counter space, I plan on using it daily ;-)
#13
redhotchillipep!
Hi, voted hot! My friend just bought this for £88!
Only prob is There doesn't seem to be anywhere to put in the discount code when you get to the checkout.
Any ideas anyone please?!


Once you have added to basket, just below where it says BASKET and just above the list of what is in your basket is a box for the code to be put.
#14
jeczap
pluun - I'm going to keep it. we've been planning on moving (bigger house - I've got a lot of music gear!). once we've got the counter space, I plan on using it daily ;-)


Thank's for the reply m8.
I'm sure you will enjoy it.:-D

< Walks away, muttering

:-D

Wonders, I have a Swan one that works fine.
should I keep ( Resist's using the word "stick") with this then or is the Panasonic really worth getting as well?
#15
Sorry, I don't know how to add the message I am replying to, but many thanks to magpieno1. I found where to add the code, and have ordered one for delivery!
Merry Christmas!!
#16
Pluun

Wonders, I have a Swan one that works fine.
should I keep ( Resist's using the word "stick") with this then or is the Panasonic really worth getting as well?


I've only ever used the Panasonic one so I have nothing to compare it against but if ever my 255 breaks down I would buy the same one again.. no complaints at all
#17
grumblesheeve
Anyone got any good bread making receipes as the bread I make tastes like a cake!


got mine last dec from amazon, been sitting in garage ever since unused, as tescos and local shops dont sell the DIY packs for making the bread, mite stick it on ebay for a few quid
banned#18
Bully;3868228
got mine last dec from amazon, been sitting in garage ever since unused, as tescos and local shops dont sell the DIY packs for making the bread, mite stick it on ebay for a few quid

yes they do. its not exactly hard to make it yourself either being only flour, water and salt lol
#19
Ah nuts. I have been after one of these for ages but couldn't justify £90+. £70 is on the money however the voucher has expired.
#20
csiman
yes they do. its not exactly hard to make it yourself either being only flour, water and salt lol


maybe your tescos but def not mine, so you make the bread then? the machine is supposed to do that :whistling:
#21
Does this machine make a proper shaped loaf? My old breadmaker made a tall and square loaf, and not the right shape for Sandwiches.

My recent Lidl one has 2 paddles and make's a proper shaped rectangular loaf, but is unreliable so I'm thinking about the panasonic.

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