Panasonic SD-2511W Multi-Function Bread Maker - White £95.00  - Amazon
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Panasonic SD-2511W Multi-Function Bread Maker - White £95.00 - Amazon

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Found 20th Sep 2016
I just purchased this instead of the previous Prime Panasonic bread maker deal. hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…090

This one is an extra £27.00. For that you get newer model, nut/raisin dispenser, a program to make sour dough starter and this model is eligible for a free recipie book

promotions.panasonic.co.uk/pro…147

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is this not the standard price?

I paid £69 for mine a few months ago, when it was on offer.

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Deedie

is this not the standard price?I paid £69 for mine a few months ago, when … is this not the standard price?I paid £69 for mine a few months ago, when it was on offer.



£69 is a fantastic price. I just think that this model with the promotional offer is worth the extra £27 from the one that's on offer at the moment for £68. £95 is the cheapest I can find it for at the moment.


Edited by: "cchopps" 20th Sep 2016

For £95 you can buy 190 fresh baked loaves in asda..................and that's 185 loaves more than you will ever bake with this machine.

cchopps

£69 is a fantastic price. I just think that this model with the … £69 is a fantastic price. I just think that this model with the promotional offer is worth the extra £27 from the one that's on offer at the moment for £68. £95 is the cheapest I can find it for at the moment.



​its the normal price mate. so not a hot deal

anyone that's used a Panasonic bread maker knows that this is not a gadget to be used a couple of times then put away. not bought a loaf of bread for years.

I am bang all over this deal, nice one OP. I've been researching breadmakers for the past couple of weeks..

Was going to go for a Zujuroshi, but the Panasonic'll do nicely.

I am so stoked by this deal I nearly bought two..!

And to all the naysayers saying you'll only ever use it once.. I've just bought a little flat in a village with no decent bakery, I can't live off of that pap they sell in Sainsburys!

Had a Panasonic bread maker for years. It's great at all kinds of loaves, especially tea bread yum (black treacle FTW). Also lots of fun making pizza dough for the kids to 'top'.

Machine plays nicely with Chinese flour to make dough for steamed bread/buns too.

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Arkival

Had a Panasonic bread maker for years. It's great at all kinds of loaves, … Had a Panasonic bread maker for years. It's great at all kinds of loaves, especially tea bread yum (black treacle FTW). Also lots of fun making pizza dough for the kids to 'top'. Machine plays nicely with Chinese flour to make dough for steamed bread/buns too.




That's really interesting. One of my favourite restaurants at the moment is Bao. I would have thought it's pretty much the same thing. I wonder if there's Taiwanese flour or if it will just be the same as Chinese flour
Edited by: "cchopps" 20th Sep 2016

Any good offers at the mo anywhere on Panasonic breadmakers? Was pondering a Panasonic like the Panasonic SD-2511B Multi-Function Bread Maker at the right price or whether to just go for a cheap Morphy Richards 48280 Fastbake Breadmaker

Deedie

​its the normal price mate. so not a hot deal


£69 is normal price for the sd-2500, not the sd-2511. Get your facts right ffs.

antenna

For £95 you can buy 190 fresh baked loaves in asda..................and … For £95 you can buy 190 fresh baked loaves in asda..................and that's 185 loaves more than you will ever bake with this machine.


I've been in sing my breadmaker for over 15 years. Getting decent Rye bread from the deli is expensive.

k0sh

£69 is normal price for the sd-2500, not the sd-2511. Get your facts … £69 is normal price for the sd-2500, not the sd-2511. Get your facts right ffs.



​this is a 3 month old thread. and your wrong BTW. go back and read the op description.

Deedie

​this is a 3 month old thread. and your wrong BTW. go back and read the o … ​this is a 3 month old thread. and your wrong BTW. go back and read the op description.


£95 is not the "normal" price, end of.

k0sh

£95 is not the "normal" price, end of.



​i paid £69 for this one. the cheaper one is usually £69, which is its normal price. this one is always around this price, therefore its its normal price. end of.

you must be a dfs sales mans wet dream.
Edited by: "Deedie" 30th Dec 2016
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