Save Big On Open-Box & Used Products: Buy "Breadman TR520 Programmable Bread Maker for 1, 1 1...” from Amazon Open-Box & Used and save 61% off the $99.99 list price. Product is eligible for Amazon's 30-day returns policy and Prime or FREE Shipping. See all offers from Amazon Open-Box & Used.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
Breadman TR520 Programmable Bread Maker for 1, 1 1/2 , and 2-Pound Loaves, Cream
|Price:||$67.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$32.00 (32%)|
- Enter your model number above to make sure this fits.
- Paddle comes attached to electrical cord; detach but keep safe for use with select bread types
- Programmable breadmaker bakes 1-, 1-1/2-, and 2-pound loaves
- 3 crust shades; 8 functions for breads and doughs; 13-hour delay timer
- Fruit-and-nut add-in signal bell; viewing window; nonstick baking pan; removable lid
- Measures approximately 13-1/2 by 12-1/5 by 13-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Special Offers and Product Promotions
Compare to Similar Items
This item: Breadman TR520 Programmable Bread Maker for 1, 1 1/2 , and 2-Pound Loaves, Cream
Conair Cuisinart CBK-100 2 LB Bread Maker B001C2KY7Y
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Material||Plastic||Information not provided||Information Not Available||Information Not Available|
|Size||2 LB||2 LB||2 LB||2 LB|
|Dimensions||13.5 inches x 13.5 inches x 12.25 inches||14.1 inches x 13.8 inches x 13 inches||14 inches x 19 inches x 13.5 inches||15 inches x 18 inches x 12.25 inches|
Please help us improve this feature. Tell us what you think of this feature.
A paddle comes attached to electrical cord. Detach but keep safe for use with select bread types.
Top Customer Reviews
I looked at a number of different machines before choosing this one. It seemed that people who bought Breadman machines were satisfied with this one, but the successor machine to the Ultimate received disappointed reviews from people who had owned the Ultimate. I also looked at other brands, and for one reason or another, rejected them. One of them, when you look at the manual, you discover that the ONLY setting for one pound and one and a half pound loaves is the "fast" setting, and the other settings are available only for the two lb loaves. Since I almost always bake one and a half pound loaves, this surprised me. (I find that the "fast" setting is hardly adequate even for a plain white loaf, but forget it for anything involving multiple whole grains.)
The Breadman TR520 isn't programmable the way that the Ultimate was, but I had only used that feature rarely, so it was something I was willing to forego. It has a plain dough setting, but no pizza dough setting, which my previous machine had. Pizza dough does not require the time and rises that a bread dough would, but that's easily worked around -- I set my kitchen timer for an hour and take the pizza dough out after an hour and it's perfect. (I use my own traditional recipe for pizza dough, not the one in the manual that comes with the machine, which calls for sugar and dry milk, which I found bizarre.Read more ›
I use an organic yeast, and when I used the amount recommended in the first white bread recipe, (1 Tbsp for a 2 lb loaf), the bread rose and fell. The taste was okay, but I knew when the loaf didn't dome, that the problem was too much yeast.
I used (1 3/4 tsp of organic yeast for a 1 1/2 lb loaf) for whole wheat bread, and it came out absolutely perfect. The bread was just as good as the whole wheat bread I used to purchase at the grocery store for $3.50 a loaf. Now that I know that I have to adjust the amount of yeast since I'm not using the one tested for their recipes, I am very happy with my machine. I would not use a bread machine for quick breads because I prefer to do them by hand. I will only use my machine for yeast breads.
I have experience using bread machines and I know how my yeast performs thru trial and error. A novice would not have known that there are differences in brands of Active Dry Yeast. Also, through experience, I know that the relative humidity will affect the outcome of your bread. Check your bread while it's kneading on a humid day to see if a little flour needs to be added, only adding a Tbsp at a time.
I was worried that the white-on-beige control labels might be a pain but I haven't found them inconvenient (although it could be designed better with more contrast). The options and controls are pretty simple and straightforward and easy to get used to.
I've made about 6-7 loaves and some rolls (dough cycle) and all have come out great. Although the daytime (monitored) loaves were more symmetrical than the overnight loaves, we were still very happy with the overnight loaves using the delay-timer.
I'm looking forward to doing a pizza crust and maybe some breadsticks, but for someone like me who just wanted a good alternative to the bread you get in the store (plus the aroma in the a.m!) this is a great choice. I just hope it holds up for a while being used 2+ times a week. I make sure and push it WAY back on the counter (it does "walk" a bit) and I don't immerse the bread pan (per the instructions - not sure why). The biggest problem with our breadmaker? The bread is so delicious and we eat WAY too much bread now (the homemade loaves are sometimes gone in a day compared to store-bought loaves which hang around forever!) But we're eating healthy, wholesome and delicious bread now (no calcium proprionate or other suspicious additives) and we couldn't be happier!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought it for $30 on Black Friday. It was really a good deal. I don't think I would want to buy it for more money.Published 4 days ago by Nadiia
My wife has transformed our kitchen into a bakery with this. We only use it to mix andkneed, hence the 4/5 stars. Read morePublished 10 days ago by shawacosta
So far everything has been great with this machine. The only problem I am having is with Fastbake. Every time I use this feature, the loaf comes out brown on the sides and too... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Omar Martinez