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Russell Hobbs Compact Breadmaker £48.75 Tesco Direct free C&C
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Russell Hobbs bread maker with up to 2.2lb loaf capacityFast-bake setting takes just 55 minutes 12 programmes


couple of days, but there are recipes for large and small loafs


Can I ask how long the bread stays fresh for please?


yes recipe book included


just bought one for mum, any recipe sites.

Morphy Richards Fastbake Breadmaker 48281 White £44.99 With 2 Year Guarantee from Amazon (Prime) -  Also available at Argos
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Have been on the lookout for an Aldi one for sometime but without success. This well reviewed machine just dropped to £44.99 making it only a pound more expensive than the cheapest… Read more
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Bought mine in 2014 - since been relegated to the cupboard as I ran out of counter-space. Used around 15 times, only messed-up once (yeast issue).. you do end up with a hole in the base of your loaf from the mixing blade (this varies in size) - guests appreciated the freshness and baking smell


Product page here Some interesting reviews and even better images of the finished bread. The offers toast.


... along with the inevitable chemistry set they have added.


Easier to pick up a loaf from the shop.

Aldi Premium Bread Maker - £29.99 in-store only...
Found 21st JanFound 21st Jan
Aldi launched their Ambiano Premium Bread Maker last November for £49.99. It has been compared (by The Sun no less!) to the Panasonic bread makers that sell for twice the price (se… Read more
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Apparently you can remove the kneed dough pre heating phase, remove the mixing tool, and replace to avoid the hole (or worse, impailed mixing tool!). If anyone has experience of this be good to know success. Or any favourite recipes to make the loaf more entertaining.


But this was the only thing that is easily processed by the consumer Brand 1 - 10 Brand 2 - 15 15>10 15 more better than 10 Brand 2 more better than brand 1 Buy brand 2


youve got got better eyesight than me as I didn't see that, wheres my medal then


Congratulations on not reading where it said "in-store only" and "last November"


Yeah, whole in the bottom.

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Morphy Richards 48281 Fastbake Breadmaker at Hughes for £44.99
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Highly rated Morphy Richards 48281 Fastbake Breadmaker with 12 Programmes and Timer Function in White. £44.99 looks like a good price, weekday delivery appears to be free - this i… Read more

Amazon warehouse deals have it cheaper but I may go for the Panasonic sd-2500wxc £77.18 in Amazon warehouse deals. Shame Hughes sold out but it's only a small chain with limited stock.


argos have it for £59.99 if it's any help


Just about to order it and out of stock :(


have had the Panasonic one 3yrs and love it. Used almost daily for white or 50/50 bread. Think I got it on a lightning deal for about £80 though


I have had this a few years, it’s not bad at all at cooking loafs or mixing dough

PANASONIC SD-2500WXC Breadmaker Damaged Box 10% off at checkout @ Currys Ebay - £64.30
Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
5 in stock. One more here:
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Been using this machine for 4 years at least twice a week. I love homemade bread. I think with a machine like this you need to make a firm commitment to leave it permanently on your worktop as once it’s in the cupboard, it’s gone.


No way. Once you've tried decent homemade bread you won't go back. Over the (many) years we've been making our own bread we've worn out three budget makers. Our latest machine is one of these and so far it has really lasted - and makes superb bread. Use Allison's seeded white flour


Item oos.


If you don't like bread perhaps. For those that do it's a fantastic bit of kit that should pay for itself and save you from eating chorleywood bread that's made from poor flour and full of additives.


I've still got my juicer once used and thats it its stored away, can't even find it now

Morphy Richards 48281 Fastbake Breadmaker  £47.99 Argos
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Just been looking to buy a breadmaker. This has very good reviews. The same model is on sale at Amazon for £114.95. So a bargain I think at £47.99 from Argos
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Ah ok. I know the Ritters and similar cost a few quid, well the slicer is almost double the cost of bread machine, so it's a valid question certainly. Ive not used the one your email looking at, but I'd definitely take a punt on it for £3.68. It's obviously a different animal to the Ritter. I'd recommend thinking about one of those at some point if you enjoy making the loaves, but I'd certainly try the one you found first.


I see, do you know if These cheaper slicers are any good?


You must be off your loaf.


Sure. You're going to get much much better, slices of bread which are "usable" in many different ways - sandwiches, toast, on the dinner table etc. You'll get many more slices out of the loaf. The slices that you do get will hold together much better, particularly when making new breads / recipes which contain fruit, nuts, etc.. Using a breadknife quickly gets tired, there is mess everywhere, and you end up with just a few "doorstep" slices of varying thickness, usually with jagged edges. The slicer is very fast - from taking it out of the cupboard to a bagged sliced loaf and back in the cupboard with mess cleaned up is around 5 minutes. You can choose the thickness of slices on the fly, so you could have 5 thin slices for sandwiches, then rotate the dial and 3 or 4 large thick doorstep slices for toast. Yes, if you really concentrate, you might get 3 or 4 slices in a row of acceptable quality using a knife, but I wouldn't go back to it now.


I gotta ask why you think a slicer is so important?

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Panasonic Automatic Breadmaker SD-2501WXC Amazon deal of the day £89.99
Found 16th Dec 2017Found 16th Dec 2017
Amazon deal of the day. I got this for Christmas last year and love it! I've been using it twice a week all year and I wouldn't hesitate to buy the same one again if it breaks. Ra… Read more
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Keep on digging, you big ol' barrel of fun, you'll make a difference one day (y)


I'm not forgetting anything. I actually plan on using it this week, with following changes. Add yeast at start and then ignore all reference of moats, islands, ditches, and add yeast carefully. Your bread making recipe is no different from any other bread making recipe. Instead of spending 20mins trying to justify your process, why not try it like Panasonic recommends and see what happens. I assure you it will work fine, with no were near as much hassle.


You're forgetting my recipe isn't in any books. Bet you're fun at parties!


Only if she done the exact opposite of what she had written in one of her books.


I bet you write in to correct Delia Smith (lol)

Morphy Richards Fastbake Breadmaker / 12 Programmes £43.20 C&C + £2.99 Delivered @ Hughes
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Pretty good, especially for anyone going for C&C. The 10% off code is morphy10 which also works with all items in Here There's some slow cookers, steam generators and stuff… Read more

So still thinking about this, is this a good first bread maker? What other features would I get going up a price tier or two?


hfullwood.. I was wondering the same.. any info ppl?


Does anyone know the difference between this and the 48281? On Amazon it suggests the 48281 is a newer version but seems to be cheaper.


Is this good for gluten free bread? I know nothing about banking.


Thanks for the info

Ambiano premium breadmaker £49.99 delivered @ Aldi
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
I was looking for a well reviewed breadmaker and considered a £100+ panasonic. Instead I found this Ambiano at Aldi which was compared to a panasonic in a popular newspaper articl… Read more

Play on words. Homer says Doh


Don't you mean "dough!" ;)


Think I’ll wait till it’s £20


I've got one and it's ok. I got one reduced last year though. Think they were selling them off for 20 quid. Not bad for 40 quid though.


Loving the comments.

Tower T11001 Digital Bread Maker £34.99 @ Amazon
Found 17th Nov 2017Found 17th Nov 2017
Average price seems to be around £50-60 for this model, seems good for the price.
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You, Sir, are hilarious! (popcorn)


I used to think it didn't last very well but a good airtight container or bread bin keeps it fresh for a lot longer.


You don't have time to have the loaf cook whilst you sleep?


I dont have 3 hours to make a loaf that is fresh for 2 days.


Buy some bread in your local market and save £££ heat for the price tho

Ambiano Premium Bread Maker (with pre-programs) @ Aldi
Found 17th Nov 2017Found 17th Nov 2017
AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER TODAY EARLIEST DISPATCH DATE 19 NOVEMBER Features 23 Easy to use settings LCD Screen Easy to use controls & display 3 crust colours Loaf size … Read more
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Did you buy yours at the reduced price online or in store? :D


It's a combined laser printer and bread maker. You put paper in it and dough but you don't get to choose if you get out your word document or a toasty loaf.


Had one of these for a year or so now, can't complain. Works as expected, makes lovely bread and I've not had any of the issues RobR8 had with it moving around on the worktop - mine is stable at all times, doesn't seem to go particularly mental whilst kneading. We paid this price and as mentioned elsewhere, it does go down quite a bit in price in a few weeks, but obviously this will depend if your local has stock or not. If you don't actually want one and are considering an impulse buy, might be worth waiting to see if the price drops.


Any reputable reviews?


Already in store this morning in Exeter, in the locked glass display cabinet (the more expensive items), not in the usual aisles.

Panasonic SD-2500wxc Breadmaker Tesco Prescot £24.50
LocalLocalFound 4th Oct 2017Found 4th Oct 2017
Panasonic SD-2500wxc breadmaker. Tesco Prescot. £24.50 Could only see one They also had Mini Nescape Krups machines for £25, saw two of these.
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Well done sir


Got one of this last Aug. 19


Absolute steal at that price, great machine.

Bargain offers @ Co-op electrical eg - Breville 4 Slice toaster £21.99 + Loads more (see OP)
Found 19th Sep 2017Found 19th Sep 2017
Seen a few posts regarding co-op but thought i'd put a lil thread together of some of the decent offers - Examples below ***Use code EXP10 to get the below prices** Breville Im… Read more
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Thanks for the tip ,I'll bear that in mind when I buy a new one.


Leave it open after heating up steamy stuff


Thanks Op, just bagged a new kettle


Got this one, ideal for bedroom, very clunky sounding.


Samsung BDJ4500R Black - Blu-Ray & DVD Player , USB £39

Russell Hobbs 23620 Compact Breadmaker £39.99 w/code @ Co-op electrical
Found 19th Sep 2017Found 19th Sep 2017
Good price - £50 + elsewhere, use code EXP10 at checkout/basket White, wholemeal or gluten free, however you like your bread, this machine can bake it. With a choice of 12 program… Read more
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Cooked first test bread today. Very simple. And very tasty. Used the Panasonic recipe. Worked great. Only a small load as a test but nice. The pads stirrer does leave a dent but not end of the world. Well worth it and will make more. Took 5 mins to get the ingredients together a d in.


The paddle thing is a tad annoying with my current machine. My kitchen is black though, so this will go better


Russell hobbs are basically off brand with a badge on. Consider them to be the same as aldi (crofton) or cookworks (argos) etc. They are not in the same league as Panasonic We had a model recently that turned the dough grey... Keep an eye on that. Oil or Teflon... Still not sure.


Yes - only got this one as it was £23! Couldnt argue with that... if its pants will send it back to amazon ;)


(cheeky) Next to the juicer and the automatic vegetable peeler? Oh and not forgetting the smoothie maker too?

Fastbake Cooltouch Breadmaker at Morphy Richards £43.20 using code MSE20
Found 22nd Aug 2017Found 22nd Aug 2017
This compact Breadmaker has a fastbake setting and makes a 2lb loaf in under an hour. Programmes allow baking of bread, dough, cakes and jam. Was £119.99, then £54 NOW £43.20 del… Read more
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Just doing my first load of dough in the new machine. The dough came out of the pan feeling really 'spongy' which is always a good sign that it will bake well in the oven. Oh, and Aldi strong white flour is currently on offer at 69p per 1.5 kg bag. Not much of a saving on the 75p normal price but worth buying in some for stock if you're a big baker!


I've already bought a spare tin and paddles for my lidl one, they cost just over £13 delivered, a third the cost of a new machine, so I think it was well worth it. The pan has lasted two years so far, and the spindle mounts looked a bit more substantial that the fastbake I had, but I reckon I'll be lucky if I get another year's use before one of the spindles starts leaking. What I really want is a bread maker with paddles that flip up into the lid, so no more leaky spindles or the holes in the loaf :) .


You also can buy replacement mixing pans for the Morphy Richards breadmakers for similar money but when the entire machine only costs £43, it's not sensible to keep replacing just the pan. It's only when the spindle finally drops out the pan that you see how flimsy the securing collar is. It's about the width of a piece of wire. I'm surprised Morphy Richards haven't made the design more robust but maybe the idea is that they're purposely designed to fail so you have to buy another machine.


You can buy replacement spindle units for panasonic bread makers, they're about 23 quid. Mind you a whole baking tin with new paddles costs less for my lidl one. I'd suggest pouring a drop of vegetable oil in the pan around the spindle and giving the paddle a turn by hand (before inserting the tin into the machine) to try to lubricate the spindle and its plastic bush, before adding the other ingredients. I found it stopped my fastbake tin leaking water around the spindle when the bush got worn, it also stopped the dough getting in the bush and being baked in solid, seizing the spindle and requiring a long soak to free it.


Mine arrived today. V happy. Don't forget to register for your two year warranty as in my experience, the 'collar' that holds the paddle spindle in place will fail at about 18 months. Twice now I've claimed on the warranty and both times, Morphy Richards have been good enough to send me a new mixing pan. I've absolutely no doubt that this isn't quite as good as a Panasonic breadmaker but it's between a third to a half of the price. Easy decision to get this one instead.

Kenwood Bread Maker for £26.45 - Amazon  sold by SussexSpares
Found 21st Aug 2017Found 21st Aug 2017
Kenwood Bread Maker usually £130 on sale on Amazon for just £26.45 not sure how much stock is available though! Great Deal
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Also the same for me, just sent the seller an email - I suspect they missed me when cancelling all the others


Same for me


Hopefully someone gets one and then we know the excuse they gave was rubbish and might be able to take it somewhere. Keep us posted pleas


Dose Anyone's amazon still say arriving today? I never got a cancellation email and the money is out my account.


What a joke, ordered whilst obviously half expecting a cancellation, but jeez didnt expect to be teased like that ;(

Panasonic breadmaker SD-2500 WXC £49.95 @ Tesco extra instore
Found 19th Aug 2017Found 19th Aug 2017
Hi all, I saw this in Tesco Extra reduced to clear for 49.95 which I think is a good offer.... Tescodirect showing as £99 but I paid only £49.95 Conveniently designed and user-f… Read more

Still on the shelf as of yesterday.


Did see one in the Prescot Extra a couple of days ago at the same price as the OP's, assuming it would have been snapped up by now though.


Of course, I bought it ... had 1 left in tesco lowestoft.. around 1:30pm..


I don't think he got it. Maybe he did, but he didn't mention he bought it. Which Tesco was the £24.50 at?


I thought I got it for cheap price...u got it almost for free..

Cookworks Bread maker £18.99 - Argos
Found 6th Aug 2017Found 6th Aug 2017
Very good price. Clearance item - new version just coming out and near indentical spec. Reviews excellent new version circa £50.00

Time to get out our old Breadmaker, ...if I can find all the parts when I get home from work :)


I was just about to post..great for filling the back of an empty cupboard


Thanks, ordered. Heat. They have stock in Exeter Guildhall if it helps anyone.


Your right the excellent reviews do indicate a horrible loaf... 😜


Yes, very, very cheap but you can't beat a Panasonic if you want something more than a toy.

morphy richards breadmaker 48326 £10 @ b&m
LocalLocalFound 29th May 2017Found 29th May 2017
instore at b&m. went to pick up the Philips fryer and seen this for £10. only one which I bought so try other stores
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£19.99 in Aberdeen, down from £29.99.


What's the airfryer deal??


hey at least he or she knows which store its like following someone in a car and they come to a cross roads without indicating which way they are going left or right, at least they know which way they are going thats the main thing


​i got the fryer thanks. there was one on the shelf and three further down showing at £79.99


I spotted this too, it looked like a great unit. I've got too much already otherwise I'd have had it, sorry you didn't have much luck with the airfryer CC

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