Bread Maker with 3 year warranty from 25th May £29.99 at Aldi
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Bread Maker with 3 year warranty from 25th May £29.99 at Aldi

£29.99ALDI Deals
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Found 22nd May 2014
Freshly baked bread whenever you want.

19 automatic programmes to make a variety of loaves, dough, jam, cakes and rice wine
Adjustable crust control: light, medium or dark
Easy-to-read LCD panel
Cool touch walls and non-slip feet
Includes: Measuring Spoon, Measuring Cup, Hook, 2 Kneading Blades and Non-Stick Bread Pan
Loaf size selection: 500-900g
60 minute keep warm function
Choose from: White or Black

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There should be the usual £5 off £45 spend in the Mirror that day too for Aldi shopping

Thanks OP heat added

I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good breadmaker the universal view is that you really can't beat a Panasonic. Yes, it'll cost you at least double but the payback is consistently excellent bread.

Besford

I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good breadmaker the … I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good breadmaker the universal view is that you really can't beat a Panasonic. Yes, it'll cost you at least double but the payback is consistently excellent bread.

I do have to agree with you on that one......but, with a 3 year warranty, If it doesn't last, at least you will have lost nothing!

I wouldn't be too shocked if it was made by Panasonic anyway.

Oh, and it appears to be on the 29th May in the North East, rather than the 25th.

[quote=Besford]I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good breadmaker the universal view is that you really can't beat a Panasonic. Yes, it'll cost you at least double but the payback is consistently excellent bread.[/quo
think it cost at leat treble not double for a panasonic breadmaker

How much does it cost to produce a loaf of bread? Ingredients/energy?

Gollywood

How much does it cost to produce a loaf of bread? Ingredients/energy?

If you're using about 500g of flour each time then about 35p if you're buying one of the tubs of yeast, or the square blocks you get in Waitrose.

If your loaves are coming out crap then experiment with the hydration. Most recipes give 60%, so 300g of water for 500g of flour. Look online and you'll find most sites use more, 73% being quite common.

If you're putting the bread on a timer then put the water in first and put the salt in it, then the flour on top and then the yeast on top of that. This stops the yeast gettting wet and activating early. Or you could just roughly mix everything into a shaggy mess and put it in there and let the kneading of the machine knock it back so you'd have an extra rise - it's a bit much to go into here, though.

Got to thefreshloaf.com for a great bread website. And look for Richard Bertinet on youtube. I'm back to using his kneading method now I've not got the use of a mixer.

Banned

Guys these warranty are pants. I bought a shower kit. guess what the warranty out side 60 days goes with the supplier and now guess!! The supplier is based abroad and aldi say customers need to send the warranty card to the suppliers.
In end if they are not UK based then the customer will loose out a lot.

This is same with the steam mop u bought . I need to Google address up so I don't get embarrassed in post office. cba with aldi warranty any more. But I still love them

sofiasar

This is same with the steam mop u bought .



What steam mop that I bought? I haven't got a steam mop. What do you mean?

pawl

[quote=Besford]I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good … [quote=Besford]I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good breadmaker the universal view is that you really can't beat a Panasonic. Yes, it'll cost you at least double but the payback is consistently excellent bread.[/quothink it cost at leat treble not double for a panasonic breadmaker



Usually, yes, but from time to time you'll see deals on HUKD for around the £60 mark.

Banned

Panasonic all the way our machine is 5 1/2 years old now 1100+ loaves and counting. Top tip leave it on a wire rack for 1hr35mins before slicing or putting into a clipped up bag. For easier slicing you can give it 10 more minutes, but it will be also be drier.

sofiasar

Guys these warranty are pants. I bought a shower kit. guess what the … Guys these warranty are pants. I bought a shower kit. guess what the warranty out side 60 days goes with the supplier and now guess!! The supplier is based abroad and aldi say customers need to send the warranty card to the suppliers. In end if they are not UK based then the customer will loose out a lot. This is same with the steam mop u bought . I need to Google address up so I don't get embarrassed in post office. cba with aldi warranty any more. But I still love them



In law your contract is with the retailer and they MUST sort it. Aldi tried this with me too but after a pleasant chat with a lady at head office I had the regional manager at my house and he couldn't have been more helpful. Don't get angry with the people in the shop who know no better - give them a chance and, if they fail, take it up with head office and calmly insist on your legal rights: 0800 042 0800.

the link says its available on the 29th May, not the 25th

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Besford

In law your contract is with the retailer and they MUST sort it. Aldi … In law your contract is with the retailer and they MUST sort it. Aldi tried this with me too but after a pleasant chat with a lady at head office I had the regional manager at my house and he couldn't have been more helpful. Don't get angry with the people in the shop who know no better - give them a chance and, if they fail, take it up with head office and calmly insist on your legal rights: 0800 042 0800.



No no I didn't go in store
They say you have to ring the number in the product so I did then they end up saying send the receipt and the warranty card to the address on warranty card.

Iv spoke to also over the phone they can't do any thing.

sofiasar

No no I didn't go in store They say you have to ring the number in the … No no I didn't go in store They say you have to ring the number in the product so I did then they end up saying send the receipt and the warranty card to the address on warranty card. Iv spoke to also over the phone they can't do any thing.



Well, if that results in recipt of a replacement that's absolutely fine - if they start asking you to post the faulty product back (probably to the manufacturer overseas) at YOUR expense then it's a different matter.

'19 automatic programmes to make a variety of loaves, dough, jam, cakes and rice wine'

Rice wine??

Any one know how good or bad these sorts of things are on electric please?

Si1

Any one know how good or bad these sorts of things are on electric please?

Research on different webistes says from 3p to 5p max per loaf and that includes the kneading and baking cycles.

I've just done my first hand kneaded loaf in months because I've just let go into the wild a mam who had a full hip replacement 4 months ago and during that time I got access to a lovely Kenwood KMix from this site which I never could afford normally. If I were a religious man I'd bless this site so damned hard, but I'm a filthy heathen so will just hug and love this place real hard until it gets embarassed.

http://i57.tinypic.com/2eknrbk.jpg

That beauty only used 400g of flour. 70% water, yeast, salt, and a bit of oil in the mix and in the container for rising. Slashed with a serrated cheapy knife (No need for razor blade lahms) and some sesame seeds from the corner shop. My girlfriend said it was as good as a supermarket loaf, and I'm sure she hates me..

Duelling Duck

My girlfriend said it was as good as a supermarket loaf



I should hope so, loaves like that from the supermarket are probably still Chorleywood bread.
Edited by: "Klyken" 24th May 2014

Thanks for the info Duelling Duck. Someone I lived with use to use one of these every now and then the smell was better than any sweet bakery.

Besford

I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good breadmaker the … I'm a great fan of Aldi products but if you want a good breadmaker the universal view is that you really can't beat a Panasonic. Yes, it'll cost you at least double but the payback is consistently excellent bread.



Thanks Besford - you got me thinking about that Panasonic and I ended up ordering it (Panasonic SD-2501 WXC Automatic Breadmaker with Nut & Raisin Dispenser & Gluten Free Program, White) via Flubit for £86. I have only managed to use it a couple of times but I must say the bread it makes is exceptional. It beats my previous Morphy Richards hands down, I'm very pleased with it


Edited by: "MissyTrouble" 30th May 2014

MissyTrouble

Thanks Besford - you got me thinking about that Panasonic and I ended up … Thanks Besford - you got me thinking about that Panasonic and I ended up ordering it (Panasonic SD-2501 WXC Automatic Breadmaker with Nut & Raisin Dispenser & Gluten Free Program, White) via Flubit for £86. I have only managed to use it a couple of times but I must say the bread it makes is exceptional. It beats my previous Morphy Richards hands down, I'm very pleased with it



That sounds like a very good price for one of the fancier ones with dispenser, etc.
Thanks for the thanks and good luck with your breadmaking!
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