Panasonic SD-2501WXC 89.99, (after 20.00 Rebate) normally 139.99 @ Amazon
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Panasonic SD-2501WXC 89.99, (after 20.00 Rebate) normally 139.99 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Nov 2011
Panasonic Breadmaker reduced from 139.90 to 109.90, and until Xmas you can send of for a 20.00 refund, making it 89.90.

This has got excellent reviews in Amazon and also recommended by Which magazine... great buy.

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We have had a Panasonic breadmaker for the last 13 years as our son has had more allergic reactions to shop bread than anything else. We had the SD252 originally and that was replaced a couple of years ago with a later one.

In every test the Panasonics come out the best - by miles.

We have even had friends that have had other makes and used our panasonic recipies in order to try and make a loaf as good as we get - but they always fail.

This is more expensive than some others, but it is worth every penny of the difference.

We buy our flour from a flour mill in 16kg sacks and a full sized loaf works out at just over 50 pence the last time we worked it out, including electricity costs.

Will never buy shop bread again.

Hope this helps.

Ian

Like Hatchorder, I will sing the praises of Panasonic bread makers, they are truly brilliant. We've had ours for years and would not be without it. They are not the cheapest by any measure but value for money they most certainly are. This is the only one to put on your Christmas list.

As above - my SD-252 is still going strong after many many years and is used a couple of times a week. Its getting a bit worn, the nonstick is still nonstick (only just !) but it still produces a lovely loaf of bread. When it eventually dies I'll only go for another Panasonic having tried many others.

nice price, hot from me

Voted hot. Just what I was going to buy for my folks. My SD253 has been going strong for many years now. Panasonic bread makers are the best.

Thanks, have wanted one of these for a while £89.00 after cashback is a brilliant price.

Been looking at one of these for a while and this is the cheapest I have seen it. Great price.

Hatchorder

We have had a Panasonic breadmaker for the last 13 years as our son has … We have had a Panasonic breadmaker for the last 13 years as our son has had more allergic reactions to shop bread than anything else. We had the SD252 originally and that was replaced a couple of years ago with a later one.In every test the Panasonics come out the best - by miles.We have even had friends that have had other makes and used our panasonic recipies in order to try and make a loaf as good as we get - but they always fail.This is more expensive than some others, but it is worth every penny of the difference.We buy our flour from a flour mill in 16kg sacks and a full sized loaf works out at just over 50 pence the last time we worked it out, including electricity costs.Will never buy shop bread again.Hope this helps.Ian


We still have an SD252 - good machine, I agree Panasonic bread makers seem to be the best

For those interested. A while back I had to call Panasonic because I thought there was an issue with our breadmaker as the bread wasn't rising, even though we'd be using the same yeast and flour for quite a while without any issues. They told me to try different yeast and flour and it worked! They publish these tests on their blog from time to time so it's worth checking out to see what comes out on top: theideaskitchen.co.uk/lea…sts
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