Tower Pro T11002 Digital Bread Maker with Nut Dispenser £44.99 Delivered At Groupon (With code)
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Tower Pro T11002 Digital Bread Maker with Nut Dispenser £44.99 Delivered At Groupon (With code)

£44.99£64.9531%Groupon Deals
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Posted 10th JunEdited by:"bellboys"
Very good price for an excellent (and aesthetically very pleasing! This is made from stainless steel and is not silver painted sheet metal) bread maker. I have been using this machine for several months now and absolutely love it. Substantially cheaper than anywhere else at the moment. Free Delivery. And a 3 year warranty thrown in.

A rather tasty 12% Quidco cashback.

  • Elegant and functional design
  • 17 variable settings, including soft bread, multigrain and gluten-free
  • Easy-to-use 15-hour programmable timer
  • Automatic nut dispenser
  • 60-minute warming function
  • Bake loaves in various sizes ranging from 500g, 750g and 1000g
  • Material: stainless steel
  • Dimensions: 26cm x 34.5cm x 31cm
  • Colour: silver

Edit 14/6/19: Code for a fiver off added. Thanks to leephelps for the heads up.
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Nut dispenser?
This is a super deal! Lovely stainless steel finish & a great price. I have a bread maker at home but it’s very old & I could do with a replacement. Thanks very much for sharing.
It's a great machine to experiment with due to its 17 programmes but if you just want a quick loaf I'd recommend the 59p Aldi bread mixes. No need to add anything other than water but I put a bit of butter and olive oil in and bake it on the quick bread programme. 98 mins later a lovely, crusty loaf magically appears!
Edited by: "bellboys" 10th Jun
What does the nut dispenser do ?
NAZ1710/06/2019 10:12

What does the nut dispenser do ?


Its totally optional but if you like nutty, fruity or seeded bread you simply load it up with what you want in your loaf and it automatically opens up a few minutes after the mixing/kneeding starts.
Edited by: "bellboys" 10th Jun
bellboys10/06/2019 10:21

Its totally optional but if you like nutty, fruity or seeded bread you …Its totally optional but if you like nutty, fruity or seeded bread you simply load it up with what you want in your loaf and it automatically opens up a few minutes after the mixing/kneeding starts.


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could not find a pizza dough setting so not one i would buy as it is one of the functions i use a nearly weekly on my panasonic, besides groupon do NOT deliver to ANY AB (Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire postcode) so ice cold for me.
Exactly the same offer is available direct from Tower (no Groupon needed)
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Edited by: "faccjd1" 10th Jun
The Mrs. dispenses my nuts anyway.
8ANNED10/06/2019 14:33

The Mrs. dispenses my nuts anyway.




She told me she'd stopped doing that since we met. Women.....
Digital bread! I gotta get me some of that! Is it a cryto currency printer?
Got one of these about a year ago and I use it at least twice a week. Good for a nice seeded wholemeal or French bread.

For pizza dough - use the leaven dough setting.

Haven't cracked the "sourdough" setting quite yet.
blootoon76310/06/2019 14:33

could not find a pizza dough setting so not one i would buy as it is one …could not find a pizza dough setting so not one i would buy as it is one of the functions i use a nearly weekly on my panasonic, besides groupon do NOT deliver to ANY AB (Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire postcode) so ice cold for me.


As someone else commented - the leaven dough setting makes pizza dough.
I have this exact machine but branded as 'Andrew James' (an amazon brand I think). Incredibly pleased with it! Makes a lovely loaf of bread, and the pizza dough is great too. No complaints at all. Stands up very well (and actually has more features) than a brand new Panasonic unit that I've used that cost a lot more.
domlin11/06/2019 10:17

As someone else commented - the leaven dough setting makes pizza dough.I …As someone else commented - the leaven dough setting makes pizza dough.I have this exact machine but branded as 'Andrew James' (an amazon brand I think). Incredibly pleased with it! Makes a lovely loaf of bread, and the pizza dough is great too. No complaints at all. Stands up very well (and actually has more features) than a brand new Panasonic unit that I've used that cost a lot more.


If this had a Panasonic badge I reckon you would be looking at 200 quid minimum what with the extensive use of stainless steel. Had a few bread makers over the years and this is easily the best I've had in use and by far the most attractive one. Simply no need to hide this in a cupboard when not in use.
domlin11/06/2019 10:17

As someone else commented - the leaven dough setting makes pizza dough.I …As someone else commented - the leaven dough setting makes pizza dough.I have this exact machine but branded as 'Andrew James' (an amazon brand I think). Incredibly pleased with it! Makes a lovely loaf of bread, and the pizza dough is great too. No complaints at all. Stands up very well (and actually has more features) than a brand new Panasonic unit that I've used that cost a lot more.


that setting might work but @ 1 hour 24 mins it does take a long time (panasonic 45 mins for pizza dough) no big problem as i usually leave the dough out for 5 or 6 hours before i stick it in the fridge, what does concern me though is the short time it takes for whole wheat and multigrain 3h 19 mins is pretty short compared to the 5 hours my panasonic takes as. Had a cheap bread maker before that also seemed to make loaf very quickly that never seemed to turn out very even loaves as they were always high it one end but not had the same problem using the same recipe with the panasonic. Myself i would not swap my old panasonic for anything but i am looking for a good machine for a gift to one of my daughters but as yet i am still
blootoon76311/06/2019 22:14

that setting might work but @ 1 hour 24 mins it does take a long time …that setting might work but @ 1 hour 24 mins it does take a long time (panasonic 45 mins for pizza dough) no big problem as i usually leave the dough out for 5 or 6 hours before i stick it in the fridge, what does concern me though is the short time it takes for whole wheat and multigrain 3h 19 mins is pretty short compared to the 5 hours my panasonic takes as. Had a cheap bread maker before that also seemed to make loaf very quickly that never seemed to turn out very even loaves as they were always high it one end but not had the same problem using the same recipe with the panasonic. Myself i would not swap my old panasonic for anything but i am looking for a good machine for a gift to one of my daughters but as yet i am still



But this isn't a particularly cheap bread maker, it's just cheap now because i suspect there is a new model imminent. Yes, it's cheaper than a Panasonic, probably mainly due to it not having such a prestige brand name. I've personally baked many loaves in this machine over the last few months and can state it's a very good performer. And, on an entirely shallow level, way more attractive than any panny model I've seen.

PS Due to being very busy, I've recently been using the quick loaf setting (1hr 38 mins) with nothing more fancy than one of the Aldi 59p bread mixes (add a bit of butter and olive oil) with great results.
Edited by: "bellboys" 11th Jun
Just baked another Aldi 59p bread mix (added a knob, ooerr, of butter and a tablespoon of olive oil but not obligatory) on the quick loaf programme. Lovely!


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Edited by: "bellboys" 12th Jun
bellboys11/06/2019 22:19

But this isn't a particularly cheap bread maker, it's just cheap now …But this isn't a particularly cheap bread maker, it's just cheap now because i suspect there is a new model imminent. Yes, it's cheaper than a Panasonic, probably mainly due to it not having such a prestige brand name. I've personally baked many loaves in this machine over the last few months and can state it's a very good performer. And, on an entirely shallow level, way more attractive than any panny model I've seen.PS Due to being very busy, I've recently been using the quick loaf setting (1hr 38 mins) with nothing more fancy than one of the Aldi 59p bread mixes (add a bit of butter and olive oil) with great results.


thanks for the information but reading more into it then i find it similar to the morphy richards breadmaker in that they both use a lot of sugar in the recipes they give you, 3 tablespoons of sugar in a recipe that uses only 450g of flour is a heck of a lot of sugar to feed the yeast, while with the flour i use i can make a great loaf with the panasonic using just 1 teaspoon of sugar, granted it takes a lot longer as the dough sits on the leaven cycle for a lot longer but it gives great results every time.
blootoon76313/06/2019 10:30

thanks for the information but reading more into it then i find it similar …thanks for the information but reading more into it then i find it similar to the morphy richards breadmaker in that they both use a lot of sugar in the recipes they give you, 3 tablespoons of sugar in a recipe that uses only 450g of flour is a heck of a lot of sugar to feed the yeast, while with the flour i use i can make a great loaf with the panasonic using just 1 teaspoon of sugar, granted it takes a lot longer as the dough sits on the leaven cycle for a lot longer but it gives great results every time.




The supplied recipes are rubbish TBH. Never use them, use either the Aldi bread mixes if I'm busy or recipes I pick up from the 'net. I agree the 'official' recipes contain too much sugar but it's the machine you should be judging not the supplied recipes, surely? I've certainly made excellent loaves with way less sugar. But if you have a Panny and are happy with it why are you bothering to look for another one anyway?
Edited by: "bellboys" 13th Jun
bellboys13/06/2019 10:54

The supplied recipes are rubbish TBH. Never use them, use either the Aldi …The supplied recipes are rubbish TBH. Never use them, use either the Aldi bread mixes if I'm busy or recipes I pick up from the 'net. I agree the 'official' recipes contain too much sugar but it's the machine you should be judging not the supplied recipes, surely? I've certainly made excellent loaves with way less sugar. But if you have a Panny and are happy with it why are you bothering to look for another one anyway?


Looking for a breadmaker to give as a gift and my own Panasonic that I bought used in 2014 is going the same as the last one I had in that the coating is starting to wear through the bottom of the pan and a new pan costs upwards of £60
blootoon76313/06/2019 11:22

...the same as the last one I had in that the coating is starting to wear …...the same as the last one I had in that the coating is starting to wear through the bottom of the pan and a new pan costs upwards of £60


Which is, bizarrely and rather disgustingly, a tenner more than buying this stainless steel clad (even the back of the unit is stainless steel) beauty outright with a 3 year warranty thrown in. Madness. Seriously, what's to lose?
Edited by: "bellboys" 13th Jun
Use code HOME10 to knock it down to £44.99
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