ASDA Kitchen Appliance Clearout Instore
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ASDA Kitchen Appliance Clearout Instore

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Found 21st Jul 2007
I presume this is nationwide, popped in to Asda Lincoln and seems they are clearing out there own brand kitchen electrical items branded "Onn"

Electric Juicer £4.98
Electric Knife £2.48
2 Slice Toaster(Black) £3.48
4 Slice Toaster(Black) £7.01
Fast Boil Kettle (Black Plastic) £6
Stainless Steel Fastboil Kettle £8 + £11
Sandwich Toaster £4.98

There were a few other bits but cant remember now , add to the list if you know of any more.

caverncity : dont forget the breadmaker at £11.99 and the digital steamer at £6.00
- deanos

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Apparently there's a new range of kitchen appliances going on the shelves at my local Asda this weekend so the items being discontinued are being reduced to get rid of them.

Original Poster

Thanks for the info, must be nationwide then :thumbsup:

Damn, im to far away from Asda without catching a couple of buses around Lincoln to get to it!! Which will then make them more expensive lol

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dont forget the breadmaker at £11.99 and the digital steamer at £6.00

caverncity

digital steamer at £6.00



Last time I bought a digital steamer steamer I got my fingers burned....

caverncity

dont forget the breadmaker at £11.99 and the digital steamer at £6.00



Hmm. Will be interested to see what anyone makes of an ASDA breadmaker. We paid £70 from John Lewis for a Panasonic breadmaker a couple of months ago and it is a really fantastic bit of kit (we haven't had nasty supermarket bread since!) - somehow I can't see a £12 own-brand machine being anything but an expensive and bulky paperweight

orangepants

I can't see a £12 own-brand machine being anything but an expensive and … I can't see a £12 own-brand machine being anything but an expensive and bulky paperweight



Might make some Ciabatta or Focaccia - oh but it won't be as nice as from your panasonic machine :giggle:

Sounds like you paid too much! We got given a cheapy one as a gift and I have no complaints it does everything that my sisters expensive kenwood one does and has never failed.

stinkybeard

Might make some Ciabatta or Focaccia - oh but it won't be as nice as … Might make some Ciabatta or Focaccia - oh but it won't be as nice as from your panasonic machine :giggle: Sounds like you paid too much! We got given a cheapy one as a gift and I have no complaints it does everything that my sisters expensive kenwood one does and has never failed.



Like I said, I would be interested to hear what someone who picks up something cheap like this says about it 6 months down the line.

I think the cheap ones are fine if you use it once in a while, but we bake 3-4 loaves a week in ours as well as making dough once a week most of the time. I think if you intend to use it this regularly it's probably worth investing a bit more in it. The Panasonic machine had over 40 5-star reviews on Amazon too.

FWIW, it bakes poncey Italian bread as well

Well, we got given ours as a christmas present and 7 months in it performs as well as it did the first time we used it.

I must admit I was a little sceptical that it would deliver consistent quality, but it has and we use it 2 - 3 times a week (as we also do not purchase bread any longer). We also use it for making dough (for rolls) and occasionally jam.

My only issue with it is that the english in the manual is awful, having said that it is so easy to use you do not really need the manual.

orangepants

Hmm. Will be interested to see what anyone makes of an ASDA breadmaker. … Hmm. Will be interested to see what anyone makes of an ASDA breadmaker. We paid £70 from John Lewis for a Panasonic breadmaker a couple of months ago and it is a really fantastic bit of kit (we haven't had nasty supermarket bread since!) - somehow I can't see a £12 own-brand machine being anything but an expensive and bulky paperweight


somehow I can't see a £70 Panasonic breadmaker from John Lewis being anything but an expensive and bulky paperweight :whistling:
I employ a baker (we haven't had nasty home made bread since!)

Banned

Well I've just finished making my first loaf of bread with the Asda breadmaker and it's lovely. The instructions that came with it were pretty useless to be honest, I got the impression that they had just been translated as parts of them didn't make sense.

However, I managed to follow the recipe in the back and produced a lovely white loaf which tastes really nice. Only thing I should've done beforehand was clean the unit out as when the elements heated up to cook the bread, loads of horrible smoke came off them because of the dust on them.

For £11.99 though, it's a bargain! Don't know how long it will last but I don't plan on using it every day!

Also bought the 4 slice black eon toaster which looks brilliant and does just what a toaster should do!

gimme_gherkins

Also bought the 4 slice black eon toaster which looks brilliant and does … Also bought the 4 slice black eon toaster which looks brilliant and does just what a toaster should do!


How much and from where and is it a long slot? Missing my perfectly toasted pittas as mine is on its last legs:-(

markbloke

Last time I bought a digital steamer steamer I got my fingers burned....


:thumbsup:

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Shengis

How much and from where and is it a long slot? Missing my perfectly … How much and from where and is it a long slot? Missing my perfectly toasted pittas as mine is on its last legs:-(



From Asda !

Its not a long toaster, 4 rows of 1

deanos

From Asda !Its not a long toaster, 4 rows of 1


Damn:-(

On the plus side I noticed a nice neat stainless 2 slice from Argos which looks like its a single slot so might go for that:thumbsup:

The Onn one isnt that great. Ours only toasted one side of the bread this morning. :roll:

Thanks for the info, got the electric knife today for £2.48.:-D :-D

Went to Beckton sotre this morning and the items were still scanning st full price, so went down to Dagenham store and got the black kettle and 4-slice toaster (2 slice was out of stock) for half price
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