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Russell Hobbs 10810 Glass Panini Press now half price, only £24.99 delivered @ Amazon!!

£24.99 @ Amazon
A fantastic delivered price here!! Stylish glass panini press Makes caf?tyle toasted ciabatta and panini bread sandwiches Flat element for rapid heat-up Non-stick coated element Toughened glass c… Read More
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9y, 3m agoFound 9 years, 3 months ago
A fantastic delivered price here!!
Stylish glass panini press
Makes caf?tyle toasted ciabatta and panini bread sandwiches
Flat element for rapid heat-up
Non-stick coated element
Toughened glass cover
Horizontal floating hinge for variable thickness sandwiches
Stainless Steel construction
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#1
Cool I've got space in the back of the cupboard for one of these, next to the sandwich toaster...

Seriously though, that's a (comparatively) good price, considering they were trying to flog these for £99.99 last year!!

There seem to be 75 in stock right now (0715).
#2
I already have one of these and its excellent..... Good price..
#3
Damn I just bough a cheaper make of these for more money.

Oh well my mum will love it. ;)

This will match my kettle and toaster.

Rep & heat added
#4
Ordered one, thanks! Been after a nice Panini toaster for yonks but been too mean.
#5
hmmm....just had a thought, I like paninis wonder if you can use a George Foreman to do the same thing?

Will get the missus to try it tonight ;-).
#6
I used to use a George Forman for toasties and Panini's but it took about 15 mins longer to warm up.

Maybe you could use this panini to do your steaks instead?
:p
#7
Does anyone know how big these are? Thanks
#8
Dust Collector.
#9
If you get the uncooked baguettes from the supermarket, usually about 40p for 2, use them in these toasters and you have a panini in 4mins. great
#10
my breveill broke a few days back so what perfect timing. just ordered me one. excellent spot. All who has bought one please raise a toastie!!!!! :)
#11
withabix
Cool I've got space in the back of the cupboard for one of these, next to the sandwich toaster...
.


Brilliant! :thumbsup:
#12
Thought it was a laptop till I put my glasses on....
#13
Glayvar
my breveill broke a few days back so what perfect timing. just ordered me one. excellent spot. All who has bought one please raise a toastie!!!!! :)


Cheers! http://www.mediahoard.com/smilies/data/2/3cheers.gif

(Ok, not quite but close!) :-D
#14
Mine just arrived, its massive but more room for my toasties....good post thank you
#15
Back In Stock!!!!!!!!!!!
#16
amibees
Back In Stock!!!!!!!!!!!


Doubled in price though - now £49.99.
#17
Amazon's yo-yo pricing again... it was yesterday at £24.99... a couple days before at £34.99.

This morning it was £49.99 and now this afternoon it is £51.98... and so the Amazon pricing Merry Go Around goes........

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