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Morphy Richards 48324 Premium Plus Breadmaker Review

The Morphy Richards 48324 Ice White breadmaker is futuristic and highly stylish device. It comes with 19 different programs, along with a 12 hour delay timer and a fast bake program. The machine has...

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Kenwood BM366 Breadmaker

The Kenwood BM366 breadmaker, with brushed stainless steel exterior, is an attractive model that doesn’t look out of place on a kitchen worktop. It has some interesting features such as a fan...

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Breville Antony Worrall Thompson VBM006 Breadmaker Review

The Breville Antony Worrall Thompson VBM006 breadmaker has been around for a while (it was first released at the start of 2009). It’s one of the most distinctive breadmakers on the market, with a...

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Panasonic SD-257WXC Automatic Breadmaker Review

The Panasonic SD-257WXC has been discontinued and replaced by the Panasonic SD-2501WXC. This page will remain here for comparison between the two. The rating for the Panasonic SD-257WXC, originally...

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Morphy Richards 48322 Easy Use Breadmaker Review

The Morphy Richards 48322 is another mid range bread maker from the company that brought us the 48330 Daily Loaf and 48321 Everyday breadmaker. This particular model has an RRP of £79.99, and comes...

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Russell Hobbs 17887 Fast Bake Breadmaker Review

The Russell Hobbs 17887 Fast Bread Maker does exactly what its name suggests – bakes bread quickly! This might be slightly misleading though, because although there is a fast make function (which...

How To Choose Bread Maker

In the past, it was quite possible to buy a breadmaker that was almost incapable of baking a decent loaf of bread. There were some good bread makers and MANY bad ones! Today, if you buy a bread maker from a decent company (Panasonic, Morphy Richards and Kenwood are three of the most popular) then you can be fairly certain it’ll bake a loaf of bread. If you buy a bread maker that DOESN’T bake a loaf of bread, you’ve got a pretty good reason to ask for a refund! With...

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