Panasonic Bread Maker SD2500 £24.50 @ Tesco instore
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Panasonic Bread Maker SD2500 £24.50 @ Tesco instore

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Found 19th Mar 2014
Picked one up yesterday in Tesco Kingsway Dundee. Still £89.50 on tesco direct. Worth having a look if you are going to Tesco anyway.

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Great price! Panasonic make the best bread makers too in my opinion. Heat added

lucky you!
Dont have a tesco near me

Original Poster

It wasn't my idea to buy it, was my husband that wanted it so we ended up going back for it, then later found out how good a price it was. He did make a 'milk loaf' in it last night and it was really good. Not convinced it will save us any money but I do like the idea of being able to set it up the night before and wake up to fresh baked bread in the morning.

Wow! Great price! Once you get in the habit there's no turning back to shop bread

Nad_84

lucky you!Dont have a tesco near me



I'd say lucky you in that case (providing you have other alternatives)! Rubbish chain of supermarkets in my opinion.

North Shields had it at £89.50 - and were about as UNHELPFUL and dismissive of this site as they could be without openly being abusive.
Edit: Tried Newcastle Kingston Park, and got a very helpful young lad, opposite of the lady above. But all sold out at every Tesco in miles.
Edited by: "PhilK" 19th Mar 2014

rfc4spl1

I'd say lucky you in that case (providing you have other alternatives)! … I'd say lucky you in that case (providing you have other alternatives)! Rubbish chain of supermarkets in my opinion.


Its nosedived in past 5-10 years. That is absolutely true,

tracymae

It wasn't my idea to buy it, was my husband that wanted it so we ended up … It wasn't my idea to buy it, was my husband that wanted it so we ended up going back for it, then later found out how good a price it was. He did make a 'milk loaf' in it last night and it was really good. Not convinced it will save us any money but I do like the idea of being able to set it up the night before and wake up to fresh baked bread in the morning.


If you have an electric carving knife - these slice the bread a bit easier when its still warm....

Just the 1 left in Kingsway?

Highly recommended, bought a similar model on Amazon for cheap a while ago. Haven't bought a loaf of bread since, delicious bread baked perfectly everytime!

Nad_84

lucky you!Dont have a tesco near me



I thought I heard there was a Tesco in every post code. Quite pleased to hear there is somewhere that Tesco hasn't infiltrated yet!

custommade07

Highly recommended, bought a similar model on Amazon for cheap a while … Highly recommended, bought a similar model on Amazon for cheap a while ago. Haven't bought a loaf of bread since, delicious bread baked perfectly everytime!


Have you figured out what the ingredients cost per loaf?

PhilK

Its nosedived in past 5-10 years. That is absolutely true,



Yep, although I was never particularly a fan tbh. Don't get me wrong, clubcard is great value, especially when used with bonus points offers and TCB etc. but their prices and the quality of their own brand stuff and fruit and veg is poor. For me it's Asda for most of the big shop, Sainsbury's if I'm getting lots of supermarket branded stuff and waitrose occassionally depending on what I'm getting.

I have a Panny breadmaker and I only use it occasionally now, because the bread it produces is so nice I was eating a loaf of day and turning into an even bigger fatter b4st4rd that I had been previously.

rfc4spl1

Yep, although I was never particularly a fan tbh. Don't get me wrong, … Yep, although I was never particularly a fan tbh. Don't get me wrong, clubcard is great value, especially when used with bonus points offers and TCB etc. but their prices and the quality of their own brand stuff and fruit and veg is poor. For me it's Asda for most of the big shop, Sainsbury's if I'm getting lots of supermarket branded stuff and waitrose occassionally depending on what I'm getting.


Nope, not find me disagreeing with you.
They took over from smug, self-satisfied and pompous Sainsbury's and became even MORE smug and self-satisfied - and EXPENSIVE. We stopped going to Tesco a few months ago and haven't been back. Its Lidl's Aldi's and Waitrose (not many of these in north east) now. Spending a lot less for better quality (if very poor and undermanned check outs at first two)
Edited by: "PhilK" 19th Mar 2014

Original Poster

Noghar

I have a Panny breadmaker and I only use it occasionally now, because the … I have a Panny breadmaker and I only use it occasionally now, because the bread it produces is so nice I was eating a loaf of day and turning into an even bigger fatter b4st4rd that I had been previously.



I do worry about this too! Price wise I think it costs around 56p for a medium white loaf so not any cheaper than the supermarket. Though if it saves you a trip to the shops and impulse buying, it could save you money that way I suppose (clutches at a ton of straws). Hmm that doesn't factor in the cost of electricity either.

I misread this as a 'Sonic Breadmaker' and was so confused lol Heat for bread!

I stopped using mine for the same reason above. I'd end up cutting slices so thick a single sandwich would be equivalent to 4/5 slices or store bread. It soon adds up

Hot!

awastedyouth

I stopped using mine for the same reason above. I'd end up cutting slices … I stopped using mine for the same reason above. I'd end up cutting slices so thick a single sandwich would be equivalent to 4/5 slices or store bread. It soon adds up



You must be doing something wrong then. I've been making my own bread for some time now (not just with breadmaker), including some successful and less successful attempts with home grown sourdough culture and I never had problems cutting it for the sandwiches.

It might not be cheaper than supermarket poop full of stabilizers and flour enhancers, but after some time you can get pretty close to £2.50 loaf from a "proper" bakery and you know what's been put in there.
Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 19th Mar 2014

tracymae

I do worry about this too! Price wise I think it costs around 56p for a … I do worry about this too! Price wise I think it costs around 56p for a medium white loaf so not any cheaper than the supermarket. Though if it saves you a trip to the shops and impulse buying, it could save you money that way I suppose (clutches at a ton of straws). Hmm that doesn't factor in the cost of electricity either.


I've never worked out the price, but bread machine bread is not comparable to a 56p junk loaf. An equivalent loaf will cost well over £1.
The Panny makes perfect loaves, providing your recipe and ingredients are good of course.
Amazing price too.

martyj999

Have you figured out what the ingredients cost per loaf?



Not massively cheaper than a basic Supermarket brand loaf but obviously the quality is a lot better, no preservatives thrown into it. An electric slicer would be a good buy as you do tend to cut big slices if just using a knife...and therefore the bread goes much quicker.

Fantastic for making dough as well which you shape and put in the oven.
Make some pizza dough, pop in the fridge overnight and form it the next day and pop the pizza in the oven....it'll be the best pizza base you'll taste!

awastedyouth

I stopped using mine for the same reason above. I'd end up cutting slices … I stopped using mine for the same reason above. I'd end up cutting slices so thick a single sandwich would be equivalent to 4/5 slices or store bread. It soon adds up


Not just the bread either. To do it proper justice you have to spread it thickly with real butter - suddenly a whole load of bread and most of a pack of butter have gone, and your talking scales are shouting at you. Had to give mine up too
Edited by: "Dodge62" 19th Mar 2014

I LOVE my Panasonic, and I don't add butter or sugar without any detriment to the taste. It probably is cheaper than fresh artisan bread, although obviously more expensive then the sliced cotton wool loaves. And having tried most, I would say Waitrose strong flour is the best in terms of value and quality.

rfc4spl1

Yep, although I was never particularly a fan tbh. Don't get me wrong, … Yep, although I was never particularly a fan tbh. Don't get me wrong, clubcard is great value, especially when used with bonus points offers and TCB etc. but their prices and the quality of their own brand stuff and fruit and veg is poor. For me it's Asda for most of the big shop, Sainsbury's if I'm getting lots of supermarket branded stuff and waitrose occassionally depending on what I'm getting.



Just go to Aldi and get the best of all of them rolled into one!
Edited by: "Besford" 19th Mar 2014

Besford

Just go to Aldi and get the best of all of them rolled into one!



As much as I want to like Aldi stuff, I just don't find it's as good. Some things yeah, but there are other things that I find aren't the same to me personally. I also like having a huge superstore with everything I could possibly need in it but each to their own.

I used to shop at aldi all the time.. it is only 1 brand which if you or someone in your household dont like then you are stuffed. I do a lot of home shopping due to disabilities and find Tesco are excellent with any substitutes and it is always good fresh produce (they must have hired good staff) Asda are useless most deliveries I have had half my delivery missing or substituted ridiculously. Sainsburys and Ocado again have really good staff and the quality is excellent. I am very tempted to buy a bread maker and reading some of the comments regarding eating more and definitely having to have butter on freshly baked bread it kinds of deters :D... heat added op for your find.

Was it labelled as discounted, or did it just go through the till at this price unexpectedly?
Anyone else found one yet?

tracymae

I do worry about this too! Price wise I think it costs around 56p for a … I do worry about this too! Price wise I think it costs around 56p for a medium white loaf so not any cheaper than the supermarket. Though if it saves you a trip to the shops and impulse buying, it could save you money that way I suppose (clutches at a ton of straws). Hmm that doesn't factor in the cost of electricity either.



The bread probably works out a little cheaper. It's the convenience that's the big difference, and the joy of coming down to breakfast in the morning with the kitchen full of the smell of fresh bread. Then you have to resist slathering it with butter. If you have problems with impulse control, AVOID. I lent the machine to my brother and he sent it back because he'd put on half a stone.

Don't suppose anyone knows if there are any at Durrington extra store?

Absolutely brilliant breadmaker and at that price you can't go wrong. Tried the three closest stores to me but sadly out of stock. Voted hot xx

Muffy - my three local stores all confirmed that they had been selling them at the discounted price. One store was showing stock of two but when they went to reserve one for me, there were none to be found - probably in somebody's shopping trolley

Original Poster

It was marked this price on the shelf, lots of the homeware had 75% off.

wow great price, whats do you think of it?

Checked Baguley, Altrincham, Bracknell North, Bracknell, Bracknell Homeplus, Windsor, Slough and Sandhurst with no luck.

tracymae

It was marked this price on the shelf, lots of the homeware had 75% off.



Hi OP - were there any left at Kingsway? Heat added by the way - fab deal xxx

I had my bread maker for Christmas, haven't bought a loaf since. Nothing beats getting up to fresh bread! Works out at about 60p for a white loaf.

My favourite at the minute is granary type loaf, made with Sainsburys taste the difference wholegrain seeded bread flour. A chunky ham salad sarnie made with that bad boy nom nom nom.

Original Poster

manic91

Hi OP - were there any left at Kingsway? Heat added by the way - fab deal … Hi OP - were there any left at Kingsway? Heat added by the way - fab deal xxx


There was only one on the shelf, but big boxes and very little shelf space. I think it's better to call up and try and find stock.

I mainly use the pizza dough setting and make the best pizzas in the world (according to my kids anyway)
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