Ambiano Premium Bread Maker (with pre-programs) @ Aldi
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Ambiano Premium Bread Maker (with pre-programs) @ Aldi

£49.99ALDI Deals
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Edited by:"KatsudonVince"Found 17th Nov
  • AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER TODAY
    EARLIEST DISPATCH DATE 19 NOVEMBER

Features
23 Easy to use settings
LCD Screen
Easy to use controls & display
3 crust colours
Loaf size selection: 500-750-900g (1.0Lb, 1.5Lb, 2.0Lb)
Adjustable crust control: Light, medium and dark colour
60 minutes "Keep Warm" Function
A maximum of 15 hours reservation function10 minutes electric power cut off memory function
Removable non-stick bowl for easy clean-up
Plastic housing with stainless steel decoration on the top
Viewing window from toughened glass
Shockproof feature for bread pan handle
Nut dispenser
Automatic programs :Soft bread, French bread, Whole wheat bread, Rice bread, Quick bread, Gluten Free, Sweet bread, Sandwich Dough, Fermented Dough, Cakes, Rye, Pizza, Italian bread, Bake Fast - Defrost, Stir-bake and Home-made

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Top comments

loopie1 h, 26 m ago

do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect …do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect loaf everytime.


I would, but I don't have the dough for it..

I thought it was a photocopier.................
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I thought it was a photocopier.................

do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect loaf everytime.

loopie1 h, 26 m ago

do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect …do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect loaf everytime.


I would, but I don't have the dough for it..

Tempted...but do I really knead it?

Better get this and stop loafing around.

These go down to 19.99 in a months time. I purchased it for this price in december

loopie17th Nov

do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect …do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect loaf everytime.


I agree, bought other makes which were a waste of time and money. Been using the Panasonic for over two years without a hitch. Paid for itself several times over. Great piece of kit.

I bought one of these from Amazon a couple of months ago. Same machine but a different brand name. It made OK-ish bread, but the big problem I had was that it moved about so much on the work surface during the kneading phase that one night (I used the timer so that we'd have fresh bread in the morning) the thing committed suicide by falling off the work-surface. The machine had been left in the middle of the surface, at least 3 - 4 inches from the edge.

Avoid.

Already in store this morning in Exeter, in the locked glass display cabinet (the more expensive items), not in the usual aisles.

loopie17th Nov

do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect …do yourself a favour, get a Panasonic if you want a breadmaker. Perfect loaf everytime.

Any reputable reviews?

Had one of these for a year or so now, can't complain. Works as expected, makes lovely bread and I've not had any of the issues RobR8 had with it moving around on the worktop - mine is stable at all times, doesn't seem to go particularly mental whilst kneading. We paid this price and as mentioned elsewhere, it does go down quite a bit in price in a few weeks, but obviously this will depend if your local has stock or not. If you don't actually want one and are considering an impulse buy, might be worth waiting to see if the price drops.

zx636r17th Nov

I thought it was a photocopier.................


It's a combined laser printer and bread maker. You put paper in it and dough but you don't get to choose if you get out your word document or a toasty loaf.

sidler11 h, 45 m ago

These go down to 19.99 in a months time. I purchased it for this price in …These go down to 19.99 in a months time. I purchased it for this price in december


Did you buy yours at the reduced price online or in store?
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