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Panasonic SD-R2530KXC Automatic Breadmaker with nut dispenser and gluten free programmes - £98.10 with voucher @ Amazon

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Great price for this quality bread maker, make sure you tick the £10.90 voucher box to get it at this price!

Cheapest I have seen this model. I have the one that is virtually identical but has the yeast dispenser (which isn't a big deal as you can put the yeast in at the very beginning with the rest of the ingredients).
Makes a fantastic loaf, far better than an older Morphy Richards one we had.
Obviously only buy it if you know you'll use it often, we make a fresh loaf at least once a week since buying ours.

If you buy the ingredients in bulk it's cheaper than buying loaves from the shops, even when accounting for electricity usage. Not to mention the bread is far tastier (and toasted it's fantastic!).

About this item
  • Optimal Design - The horizontal design is optimised to take up minimal space on your kitchen worktop allowing more room for a working area. The sleek space saving design features a flush lid reducing the overall height perfect for any kitchen.
  • Manual Setting Modes - You can set the time needed for cake kneading, bread kneading and fermentation and let the breadmaker do the troublesome dough making for you.
  • Bread Mixes with Yeast - Easily bake bread by simply using a bread mix with yeast by just adding water and pressing button to start the specially designed programme. Bread baking has never been easier.
  • 30 Automatic Programmes - Packed with a selection of pre-set programs there are endless options for a variety of different loaves from White, to Wholemeal, Gluten Free and so much more.
  • Raisin/Nut Dispenser - The automatic raisin/nut dispenser mixes additional ingredients at just the right time to help ensure they are evenly distributed throughout the loaf.
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    Is it better to have yeast dispenser?

    Also 2550 is better than 2530 right? (edited)
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    I got the 2550 a while ago, but the yeast dispenser isn't a big deal.
    If you want to use the delay timer, just put the yeast in a dip in the middle and the water around the outside.

    The dispenser is just a bit more convenient.
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    Bargain! I paid much more for one of these and they're worth every penny. Highly recommended.
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    Agree
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    Cheers OP, ordered. Any tips from existing owners appreciated
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    If it's your first breadmaker then the best advice is to read the manual carefully and to start with no experimenting - follow the recipes to the letter and you will get your rewards - in time enjoy experimenting
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    Bought a Panasonic 20 years ago, if it wasn't because of divorce I'd have it still! Tried other brands before and the Panasonic was the only one that hardly ever missed with the final result. Sure that economically the supermarket loaf is cheaper but nothing beats the gorgeous smell and the fresh cooked bread in the morning is sooooo good. Well done OP, bought one! Thx.
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    I think it works out 60-70p a loaf making them in this inclding electricity (depending on what ingredients you use of course).
    So a bigger spend to begin with, but the loaves themselves are no more expensive and taste so much better!

    I got the 2550 in October, and even the idea of eating supermarket bread again..nope, just nope, lol.
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    Great bread maker. Panasonic was selling these for £99 a few weeks back. Almost didn't buy it as some negative reviews put me off. I'm now left wondering what those people do wrong and after doing something they're not supposed to do they blame the machine. Everything I've thrown at it (following the instructions!) turns out great. Follow the instructions and you can't go wrong
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    Almost 2 years ago I have paid 150 I believe, but I think mine have 33 programs, look very very similar
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    Yeah, I know one of the extra programs is spelt (who makes spelt bread?).
    All of the most important ones are there.
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    We got the older version during lockdown and it’s been a godsend 
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    I have a similar one. Paid 130 I think. Haven't bought bread since. Just set it to make a small loaf for every morning and that does us.
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    Just looking and there are vouchers for the 2540 and 2550 models too. (edited)
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    Thank you I orders the 2550 in the end with the voucher
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    See at Lakeland they have a better guarantee where with amazon (panasonic) its just 1 year.
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    Really tempted at this OP, but would rather purchase it from JL for £10 more but with the added 2 year warranty.

    How are you guys cutting/storing your bread ? (edited)
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    I just ordered the 2550 with lakeland 3 year guarantee...
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    Automatic breadmaker:
    Does this make the dough, bake it, slice and feed me too?
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    If you ask it nicely.
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    Hot deal, excellent price. (I paid slightly more…)
    IMPORTANT point - unless they have recently corrected it the manual’s recipes have a serious typo. The sugar quantity is listed as however many tablespoons… BUT it is always -teaspoons- that are needed.
    It makes decent bread, but pretty evidently from a machine. Always ‘strong’ flour, lots of yeast and still sometimes needs sugar to get the rise.
    IMHO the extra £ for the 2550 (adding only a yeast ‘dispenser’ and a 100% spelt program), let alone the extra ££ for the 2540 (strangely numbered top model with spelt and rye programs) are not worth their excessive price difference.

    Not sure I really like the ‘landscape’ orientation, as it seems to hog space. The immediate predecessors were ‘portrait’ format and I think the old 2522 was their most versatile model (ever?), which sells used for more than this deal! (edited)
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    They do hog a bit of space, replaced a portrait orientation one I had and had a bit of shifting around to make space for it (not easy when you're as addicted to kitchen gadgets as I am, lol).

    With regards to getting a good rise, vitamin C powder and/or bread improver helps with that (I use both), also help it last a few days longer (not needed most of the time, hard to leave fresh bread lying around and not eat it!).

    I got the 2550 a while back, bit of a waste really as putting the yeast in at the start is never an issue, but I do like the nut dispenser, saves having to catch it at the right time after the first rise to put nuts/fruit/etc in. (edited)
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    Hot, great price.
    Also, info about making bread at home here
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    I prefer using a toaster to be honest
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    Your toaster makes fresh bread?
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    Any comparisons between these and the Sage one?
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    Voucher has gone now so expired.
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