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  • Automatic fruit and nut dispenser releases ingredients at the right moment during the knead phase so they are evenly incorporated within the dough
  • Unique collapsible kneading paddle thoroughly mixes ingredients then collapses before bake phase to minimize the hole at the base of the baked loaf
  • Smart lcd screen with progress indicator displaying 13 automatic settings, 3 crust colors, and 4 loaf sizes
  • Loaf sizes include 1.0-pound, 1-1/2-pound, 2.0 ln and 2-1/2-pound (Family size)
  • 46 step by step recipes (basic, whole wheat, gluten free, crusty loaf, sweet, yeast free, dough, jam as well custom recipe charts)
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Color Stainless Steel Black Information not Provided Black
Material Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Plastic Plastic
Size standard 2 LB 2.5 LB 2.5 LB
Dimensions 13.3 inches x 9.6 inches x 16.4 inches 18.88 inches x 12.81 inches x 13.56 inches 9 inches x 14 inches x 13.5 inches 13.8 inches x 13.8 inches x 11.7 inches
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  • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 16.4 x 13.3 inches ; 16.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004RCNJA0
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  • Item model number: BBM800XL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,687 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The smartest bread maker. Ever. There's nothing like waking up to a freshly baked loaf of bread. But when there are over 60 different recipes to choose from, how do you make sure you get it right. A very clever interface computes temperature and baking time when you make a selection, while a super easy Turn and Confirm dial gets you started on any recipe in seconds. It even lets you select what time you want the bread to be ready, adds fruits and nuts at the appropriate time, and lets you create your own recipes. It's the greatest thing since, well you know.

Customer Reviews

From the first loaf I made to the most recent one, every one has turned out perfect.
Mark Prokop
The machine itself is very well built (as all the Breville appliances we have are) and was very quiet.
Brett
This is described in the manual and recipe book, as is a lot of other useful information.
R. Morris

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107 of 113 people found the following review helpful By R. Morris on June 20, 2012
This is probably one of the best breadmakers out there. I've used it to make whole wheat bread on numerous occasions, and except for one time that I'm assuiming was somehow my fault in not measuring the ingredients correctly, they all turned out great--and I'm usually not one to describe bread machine bread like that (this is not my first machine; I've been known to just use them to mix, knead, and proof the dough, then shape and bake by hand in my own pan in the oven). In addition to a variety of preprogrammed settings, it lets you take any of them and customize the exact time of any of the steps, as well as the temperature for the preheat, rise, and bake phases. The phases, if you're wondering, are: pre-heat, knead 1, knead 2, rise 1, rise 2, their associated punchdowns, rise 3, bake, and the optional post-baking "keep warm" phase, though not all programs include all phases (whole wheat is, in fact, the only one that uses them all). You can also save these custom programs in the machine for future use. This is described in the manual and recipe book, as is a lot of other useful information.

The machine is very nicely built, with a stainless steel case (a bit thin, however, so watch for dents), an easy-to-read display and controls, an "oven light" button you can press to show what's going on inside, the ability to turn on or off beep noises (ones you get after certain phases), and a well-thought-out power cord that has a finger/thumb hole for grabbing out of the wall easily.

The pan can make up to a 2.5 lb loaf, and the machine allows for loaves as "small" as 1 lb. (You chan change the loaf size before you start the program. The machine uses this to slightly adjust the time of the various phases.
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88 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Mad Martian on July 28, 2012
Pros:
The LCD screen on this is FANTASTIC. The best of any bread maker I have seen.
Large pan size works well for things like brownies and cornbreads.
Customization is great.

Cons:
The collapsible paddle takes a giant chunk out of most breads, especially yeast-free breads such as cornbread.It also wears away the non-stick coating wherever the collapsing part touches another part on the paddle, thus I have eaten some Teflon.
The nut dispenser could be larger. It did not work when overfilled (leaving the nut door open).

I really wanted to love the Breville. The LCD screen is awesome. But the lame collapsible paddle ruins it. It might be going back. What to buy instead?
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Brooke on October 3, 2012
My husband and I had a Cuisinart Bread maker for about 2 years. This past spring, it started behaving strangely and then it started to produce big lumps of really bad bread. Since I had other Breville products, the Smart Grill and the Convection Oven, I decided to give Breville's bread maker a try.

The interface is much easier to use than the Cuisinart. Especially for my parents who have no understanding of technology. The window feature is fantastic and my son LOVES watching the bread knead and mix. The top slips off easily for cleaning, our Cuisinart started to do this on its own when the hinge broke. Breville's was designed to slip off when needed.

I know people have complained about the dent from the collapsable paddle. Compared to the enormous whole from the Cuisinart, the little dent from the Breville was not even an issue for me. Getting the paddle out of baked bread in the Cuisinart was like perfoming major surgery and a surgeon I am not.

Overall, it produced a great loaf of bread in less time than the Cuisinart. It is simple and easy to use and I would happily recommend it to anyone.
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By jose on April 19, 2013
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I bought this bread maker because I was deeply disappointed with Zojirushi BB-PAC20 Home Bakery Virtuoso Breadmaker which I bought when it was on sale Dec 2012 for $200 at amazon.com. Zoji was not able to handle 100% whole wheat very well especially without the additional wheat proteins. The custom mode did not really help because there were too many limitations.

Breville BBM800XL was able to handle 100% wheat bread better than Zoji out of box, and with the extensive custom setting (cannot change in the middle though), I was able to produce a satisfactory result. However, there were few critical flaws that forced me to return it; these might not be a deal breaker for many.

Flaws that I could not live with
1. Insulation: External parts gets hot enough to cause a burn
2. Irregular baking temperature: bread was not baked evenly from top to bottom (maybe, I am bit picky)
3. Nut/fruit dispenser: broken on arrival
4. Paddle: not as effective as Zoji's two paddle system, and collapsing was not working well (i would prefer non-collapsible paddle)

What I really liked over ZojiZojirushi BB-PAC20 Home Bakery Virtuoso Breadmaker 120 Volts
1. Screen - big and bright
2. Control - fairly easy and intuitive
3. Extensive customization of bread making process
4. Pre-heat option for 100% whole wheat bread

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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Teacher on January 21, 2013
I would give this machine 4.5 stars if I could. I have had mine for a couple of months, and it's great. I've put it through its paces, testing out every type of bread it makes, using mostly recipes from its own manual, but also trying out some of my favorites from my previous machine.

The LCD is great, and the light to see inside is very useful. I love all the settings, and the ability to modify them for a custom loaf. It is quiet and well made.

The only reasons I hesitate to give it a full five stars is that the collapsible paddle sometimes doesn't collapse all the way, leading to a bigger hole in the loaf. If I'm around at the end of the third rise I'll sometimes pull it out to avoid the large hole. And for regular loaves the medium setting on my machine is a bit too dark. I've had to switch to the light setting almost entirely, although the settings that don't let you choose crust darkness, like the crusty loaf, are fine.
Finally, I would say that this machine is best for large loaves. The oblong pan means that smaller batches sometimes don't fill up the bottom evenly, resulting in an unevenly shaped loaf. This is easily overcome by adjusting the dough right before baking, but that's not always an option.

The first time I tried the timer overnight I made a beautiful 2.5 lb loaf of sandwich bread, but it was so tall that it was hard to cut evenly for sandwiches! I've decided that a medium sized loaf is better for sandwiches.
Still experimenting, and enjoying delicious fresh bread regularly.
I would highly recommend this machine.
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