Aldi Premium Bread Maker - £29.99 in-store only...
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Aldi Premium Bread Maker - £29.99 in-store only...

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Found 21st Jan
Aldi launched their Ambiano Premium Bread Maker last November for £49.99. It has been compared (by The Sun no less!) to the Panasonic bread makers that sell for twice the price (see link)...

thesun.co.uk/mon…is/

Whilst I think it's pushing it a bit to say it's as good as a Panasonic, I've just come back from my local Aldi (Camberley) where they're selling then off for £29.99 and at this price, they are probably well worth a punt. I don't actually need one right now as my Morphy Richards is still doing sterling service but they always conk out sooner or later, so I bought one while it was there.

Also don't forget, as per usual, you get a three year warranty with Aldi stuff.

BTW, Aldi bread flour (both white & wholemeal) is still just 65p for a 1.5kg bag, so now's a good time to get into baking your own bread!
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adz1917 m ago

What is a 3 year Aldi warranty actually worth though? Heat for price, …What is a 3 year Aldi warranty actually worth though? Heat for price, decent for a bread maker. But I wouldn’t put a price on Aldi warranty, unless anyone has experience!


Back in 2009 I bought a Medion P6620 laptop from my local Aldi. I can't remember exact dates but as I recall, the screen backlight died after 2 years and 10 months. I'd kept the receipt (which is your warranty) & contacted Medion. They collected the laptop from my house, took it to Germany, fixed the screen and returned it to my house. It's still working (albeit a bit slower than my current laptop) and I still occasionally use it to run stuff that doesn't work under Windows 10.

Does that answer your question?
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I bought this model a while back, I have used it regularly and have always had excellent results. Deffo recommend it
So tempting to splash the cash but I'll still need to find the time/buy the ingredients/wash it/pay for the electricity and find somewhere to store it....nah, I'll just buy some bread after all.
aldi.co.uk/amb…800
sold out online
available in store 19th November thats a long time to wait
Cooooooooold
"Aldi launched their Ambiano Premium Bread Maker last November for £49.99. It has been compared (by The Sun no less!) to the Panasonic bread makers that sell for twice the price (see link)..."


There is no less that the Sun... its rock bottom for everything... including morals.


Heat added for the deal but you'd get a lot more heat not quoting that piece of ****
Edited by: "Gedfaz" 21st Jan
What is a 3 year Aldi warranty actually worth though? Heat for price, decent for a bread maker. But I wouldn’t put a price on Aldi warranty, unless anyone has experience!
Edited by: "adz19" 21st Jan
It's a shame Aldi don't have direct phone numbers to there store to check if electricals are in stock. Customer service are useless as they carnt be bothered to ring the store up.
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adz1917 m ago

What is a 3 year Aldi warranty actually worth though? Heat for price, …What is a 3 year Aldi warranty actually worth though? Heat for price, decent for a bread maker. But I wouldn’t put a price on Aldi warranty, unless anyone has experience!


Back in 2009 I bought a Medion P6620 laptop from my local Aldi. I can't remember exact dates but as I recall, the screen backlight died after 2 years and 10 months. I'd kept the receipt (which is your warranty) & contacted Medion. They collected the laptop from my house, took it to Germany, fixed the screen and returned it to my house. It's still working (albeit a bit slower than my current laptop) and I still occasionally use it to run stuff that doesn't work under Windows 10.

Does that answer your question?
Joe90_guy6 m ago

Back in 2009 I bought a Medion P6620 laptop from my local Aldi. I can't …Back in 2009 I bought a Medion P6620 laptop from my local Aldi. I can't remember exact dates but as I recall, the screen backlight died after 2 years and 10 months. I'd kept the receipt (which is your warranty) & contacted Medion. They collected the laptop from my house, took it to Germany, fixed the screen and returned it to my house. It's still working (albeit a bit slower than my current laptop) and I still occasionally use it to run stuff that doesn't work under Windows 10. Does that answer your question?


Receipt or it didn’t happen. Just kidding. That answers my question, but not for me. For £30, I’d take my chances
Do you still get a hole in the bottom of the loaf with modern machines? Had one years ago, nice bread but always had a hole where the "mixing" tool was
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Gedfaz29 m ago

"Aldi launched their Ambiano Premium Bread Maker last November for £49.99. …"Aldi launched their Ambiano Premium Bread Maker last November for £49.99. It has been compared (by The Sun no less!) to the Panasonic bread makers that sell for twice the price (see link)..."There is no less that the Sun... its rock bottom for everything... including morals.Heat added for the deal but you'd get a lot more heat not quoting that piece of ****


Fully agree with you about The Sun. A vile rag written by vile people (although having said that, it's better than the even viler Mail & Express).

Anyway, here's a YouTube unboxing of the bread maker. There's an associated video of the guy actually making some bread with it. He seems perfectly happy with his purchase (and hopefully, he doesn't read The Sun)...

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Here's the receipt for anyone that wants proof positive!

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It's hardly an impressive attempt at a product "review" from The Sun.

"Based on specs, the one from Aldi looks like it might give the Panasonic version a run for its money."

Great, a review based on the specs.
I was genuinely interested until the sun was brought into things COLD for reading that thing!
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I have already apologised for citing The Sun review. Sadly The Tatler & Stuff magazine do not lower themselves to review household electronic items from my favourite German supermarket.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 21st Jan
marty-4013 h, 2 m ago

So tempting to splash the cash but I'll still need to find the time/buy …So tempting to splash the cash but I'll still need to find the time/buy the ingredients/wash it/pay for the electricity and find somewhere to store it....nah, I'll just buy some bread after all.


You need to buy bread, so that negates buying ingredients. You have to pay for bread and these typically produce better and cheaper bread, so that negates paying for electricity. You don't need to wash bread or bread machines, so that negates washing it. So that leaves the time to make it, takes me about a minute, hardly a time sink. It's not like anyone's trying to force it on you.
Why is it that some Newspapers have to be so routinely condemned, even as they are quoted in support of a deal? People buy these papers of their own volition rather than being forced on pain of a fine and criminal record to subscribe to a national broadcaster. You may not approve of these papers, I may not, but what is that to do with the price of fish, or whatever else is on offer here?

That the Sun's review is so limited is pertinent. One's opinion of the Sun itself (or of any other newspaper) is irrelevant to the deal.

Oh, heat for the deal, OP!
They've definitely been around longer than last November (I bought one in 2016) and I paid the same for it back then (it was on clearance in the store - full price was 49), but its been excellent and I've not had any problems.

Works fine, decent options/settings and timer, and its still working as well now as it did when I bought it.

You do still get a hole in the middle.. and you have to pull the mixing paddle tool out of the baked bread. The ALDI machine comes with a small metal hook for this purpose. When you forget and cut into the bread it blunts your knife and ruins the coating on the little paddle!
salesadrn6 h, 9 m ago

Do you still get a hole in the bottom of the loaf with modern machines? …Do you still get a hole in the bottom of the loaf with modern machines? Had one years ago, nice bread but always had a hole where the "mixing" tool was



Yeah, whole in the bottom.
LeekyJay7 h, 0 m ago

https://www.aldi.co.uk/ambiano-premium-bread-maker/p/081349181769800sold …https://www.aldi.co.uk/ambiano-premium-bread-maker/p/081349181769800sold out onlineavailable in store 19th November thats a long time to waitCooooooooold


Congratulations on not reading where it said "in-store only" and "last November"
CardboardCutout18 m ago

Congratulations on not reading where it said "in-store only" and "last …Congratulations on not reading where it said "in-store only" and "last November"

youve got got better eyesight than me as I didn't see that,
wheres my medal then
Muig197214 h, 8 m ago

It's hardly an impressive attempt at a product "review" from The …It's hardly an impressive attempt at a product "review" from The Sun."Based on specs, the one from Aldi looks like it might give the Panasonic version a run for its money."Great, a review based on the specs.


But this was the only thing that is easily processed by the consumer

Brand 1 - 10
Brand 2 - 15

15>10

15 more better than 10

Brand 2 more better than brand 1

Buy brand 2
pet200021st Jan

Yeah, whole in the bottom.


Apparently you can remove the kneed dough pre heating phase, remove the mixing tool, and replace to avoid the hole (or worse, impailed mixing tool!). If anyone has experience of this be good to know success. Or any favourite recipes to make the loaf more entertaining.
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