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Panasonic Croustina Crusty Breadmaker / 18 Programs / SD-ZP2000KXC £99.99 Delivered @ Costco
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Panasonic Croustina Crusty Breadmaker / 18 Programs / SD-ZP2000KXC £99.99 Delivered @ Costco

£99.99£139.9929%Costco Deals
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Posted 13th Aug 2019

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Lowest price ever on this? Can't see it as being near this price in the past. Google reviews are good on this one, so that with a decent price sounds good to me. There are a lot of bread makers out there, but apparently this one is Crust-tastic... Yeah, I did just make a word

Delivery cost is included

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Easily and automatically bake delicious authentic breads with crispy crust right at home with your choice of ingredients.

The newly designed combination of the blade and ribs in the pan develops a firm gluten, like the hands of an artisan, ideal for hard crust.The exquisite ingenuities knead the dough into excellence.

Two temperature sensors not only track the internal temperature of the breadmaker but also check the room temperature to reflect in the program to control fermentation. Get consistent results regardless of the region or climate. The program adjusts the time to rise and rest dough to achieve ideal bread.

The newly designed baking structure provides controlled heat reflection for an oven-like bake.

Panasonic breadmakers feature programs that are excellent for baking gluten-free breads and cakes. Difficult to blend ingredients are kneaded just right so that every cake turns out brilliantly.

Delight in baking everything from daily and gluten-free breads to pizza dough and cakes for parties with a single breadmaker.

Features a stylish design with a flat top panel. The modern, simple shape is an ideal match for modern interiors.

Features

  • Oval shaped bread pan with scratch resistant ceramic coating
  • Temperature sensors & digital timer
  • 18 auto programs
  • Hard and soft bread options
  • Dough and jam programs
  • Three technologies (kneading, rinsing and baking)
  • Measuring spoon and cup included
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9 Comments
Another purchase to go to the back of the cupboard
I use our breadmaker every other day and it is an older model Panasonic. But do I need a new one ? mmmm
The crust is usually crispy in a normal breadmaker
brendanb58113/08/2019 17:30

Another purchase to go to the back of the cupboard


Ours sat for three years at the back of a cupboard. One day I got it out. And... magic!

Now I produce a stunner of a loaf every week. Perfect baking. Lasts longer than commercial air bread. With some help from Panasonic, I feel I have become a genius at breadmaking. I really recommend getting one of these things. And using it.
Disadvantage of this model, at least for me, is absence of seed/nut/fruit dispenser. Great machine if you're not bothers about that.
Arold14/08/2019 00:27

Disadvantage of this model, at least for me, is absence of seed/nut/fruit …Disadvantage of this model, at least for me, is absence of seed/nut/fruit dispenser. Great machine if you're not bothers about that.



Is it a breadmaker or a bird feeder?
Which score this at 69%

Which? give a higher score 80% to the cheaper Panasonic SD-2500 Bread Maker £89.99 delivered Amazon or Currys
"This is the third time we’ve tested this Panasonic bread maker over the past decade, and we’re pleased to report that it’s still one of the best you can buy. It bakes consistently good brown and white bread, and the paddle doesn’t stick - so your loaf turns out cleanly, time after time. It’s slower than some rivals, but overall it’s still a very worthy Best Buy."


Of course, DYOR -:)
OP needs to add the fact that Costco Online membership is needed to buy online.
This costs £15 for 12 months and needs to be factored into the price if you don't have membership and want to buy.
ollie8714/08/2019 09:52

Is it a breadmaker or a bird feeder?


Some people like to make bread with fruit, seeds and nuts in them. If the breadmaker has a fruit/seed/nut dispenser in it, it makes it easier and less hassle. You just put the fruit etc into the dispenser at the start and it automatically drops them into the dough at the right time. You don't have to be around. Breadmakers that don't have the dispenser are more faff and you can't set them up on a delay start timer overnight or go out and leave them. You have to stick around to hear beeps that tell you when you can add the extra ingredients. @Arold made a very valid point. I wouldn't buy a breadmaker that didn't have a dispenser. If it isn't an issue for some, fair enough.
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