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Breadman TR2700 Stainless-Steel Programmable Convection Bread Maker

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  • Stainless-steel programmable breadmaker bakes 1-, 1-1/2-, and 2-pound horizontal loaves
  • Nonstick baking pan; digital display; 24-hour delay timer; 1-hour keep-warm cycle
  • 100+ baking options; 16 settings including low carb and gluten free; crust color control
  • Automatic fruit and nut dispenser; viewing window; convection fan for excellent results
  • Measures 18-3/5 by 11-1/5 by 15 inches


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 11.2 x 15 inches ; 20.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B002GHBSCY
  • Item model number: TR2700
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (128 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,166 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Breadman is more than just a Bread Maker. It will help you create your own healthier world. The Breadman will give you and your family an endless, delicious variety of fresh breads.


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Customer Reviews

So easy and terrific bread.
karen3678
The Breadman 2700 looks like it will be even better than the previous one which I liked very much.
F. Aker
I contacted Breadman to get a replacement bread pan (due to the red seal) and kneading paddle.
Erika

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185 of 189 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Hogan on November 4, 2009
I have been a breadmaker my entire life. There is nothing like the smell of baking bread as you walk in the door, especially on a cold winter day. The evolution of the bread machine was exciting for me. I remember the first bread machines with the tall, horizontal loaf pan that was somewhat less than exciting. Then, the "horizontal" loaf appeared. I own two of the first Breadman machines, TR845 with the horizonal loaf and as a "basic breadmaker" those are terrific. They are sturdy, relatively quiet for a breadmaker and the pan secures itself well within the machine. This model does not have all the cycles of more current models and it does not automatically add ingredients as do the TR2500, or Tr2700. However, it does offer a signal "beep" when to add ingredients such as raisons, or cranberries. I love to bake bread and give it away. I often have four breadmakers going at the same time during a holiday.
Last year I purchased the Breadman TR2500, Stainless and Black. Initially I was quite pleased with the performance. However, after several uses I did have problems with the bread pan releasing from the holders on each side requiring a bending and adjusting of the snap in prongs of both the pan and the breadmaker itself. I think this is because the stainless steel on the inside isn't quite as strong as with simple steel of the past models I have used. I LOVE THE COVECTION FEATURE. The first thing I noticed about adding convection to a breadmaker was the crust. The entire crust of the bread, not only the top is VERY CRISPY. For those of you who love to cut off the heel of a fresh loaf of bread and smear with butter, this is a dream (of course the heel is still the best part of the loaf). Now, I just aquired the newer model which is a TR2700.
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Marie G. Palumbo on November 11, 2009
After reading the above review I went out and bought this item. All I can say is "I LOVE it." My first loaf of bread came out perfect. This bread machine has so many wonderful features; a digital panel which is easy to understand and operate, a see through window, and most importantly, very easy cleanup. Aside from easily washing the pan and paddle, I just wiped the inside of the machine with a damp cloth just as a matter of principle as nothing accummulated in there. It was virtually clean after using it. This is a wonderful upgrade from my Welbilt which is about 10 yrs old, but has served me well also. I had no problems whatsoever with it's operation such as the pan coming undone, as many have reported with the TR2500. I am looking forward to continually using the TR2700 Breadman and highly recommend it.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth Knott on July 31, 2010
After using the TR2200 for almost 10 years, I recently upgraded to the TR2700. Frankly there quite similar in design and use. Some new features of the 2700 I love are the convection oven which has been giving my loaves a wonderfully even crust, and it is much, much quieter than the TR2200. (I have no idea what the earlier review complaining of noise was talking about). Also, to counter another poor review, this machine DOES NOT bounce... It is solid and stable.

As for the bread, is has been great. I have made 5 loaves so far and loved them all. This is a terrific breadmachine for a great price.
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180 of 224 people found the following review helpful By Michael on December 5, 2009
This is not a review of the Breadman TR2700 breadmaker itself, but it is relevant to anyone deciding whether to buy that or any other Breadman model.

My wife and I have had a Breadman TR2200 for about five years, and we have been very pleased with the quality of the bread. A little over a year ago, however, the bread pan started leaking, and I could see that the problem was that a washer had broken down due to the heat. I went to the Salton website, expecting to find detailed information about parts and service, and all that was there was a telephone number. So I phoned Salton, and asked about ordering a replacement washer. I was told was that none were available, and that I would have to order a whole new bread pan. I was also told that that the only part that was available for the Breadman TR2200 was the bread pan. When I inquired as to why this was the case, the answer I was given was that support for Breadman products might be discontinued.

I decided to see if I could get a washer from a local hardware store, and found one what, though not an exact match, worked fine. Recently, however, the problem that is very common with the Breadman TR2500 model, in which the bread pan does not stay in place during kneading cycles, appeared. I tried to correct it by bending the metal pieces that hold the bread pan in place, but without success.

If you're considering buying a Breadman - such as the TR2700, for which there are only a few reviews, but all quite favorable - do take a look at both the Salton website, and the Black & Decker website. If you go to the Salton website, and click on "Breadman", you'll get to a page with a link to the Black & Decker website.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Andrea Acailawen on August 4, 2010
My husband and I had been talking about getting a bread maker for a couple of weeks when we ran across this machine at Kohl's. After investigating a bunch of other bread makers and talking over the options, we decided on this unit. None of the other machines we found had this many features, including some at nearly double the price. I have to say, we've been incredibly impressed with the machine since buying it a week ago. It's a great machine for the price!

I've now made three loaves of bread from the included recipe book, as well as two of my own bread recipes. Every one has turned out very well. We weren't big fans of the soy cinnamon raisin loaf recipe (even though I substituted pecans, since I'm not a raisin fan). The bread tasted bland to us, although it baked up perfectly. Thankfully, the neighborhood wildlife has absolutely loved it! :)

I just finishing up some home made banana bread a few minutes ago. I used the bake-only setting and set the temperature and time manually. Since I used a long time favorite recipe and already had to mash the bananas by hand anyway, it was easier just to mix the batter by hand and not have to remove the paddle before baking began. Again, we got a perfect loaf - which was gone in under ten minutes!

Other observations:

The fruit and nut dispenser works perfectly, but you have to make sure you snap the top closed completely. You should be able to hear it snap shut. If you don't close it all the way (a mistake I made the first time I used it), you may find your counter top covered in nuts if you open the machine before the dispenser contents have been released into the dough! (woops)

Also, the machine crust setting default is medium.
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