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West Bend 41300 Hi-Rise Electronic Dual-Blade Breadmaker

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  • Electronic dual-blade bread machine for making bakery-style artisan bread at home
  • 4 horizontally shaped loaf sizes--1 pound, 1-1/2 pounds, 2 pounds, and 2-1/2 pounds
  • 11 pre-programmed settings; 3 crust shades; digital control panel; 12-hour delay timer
  • Measuring cup and spoon, knead-blade removal tool, and instructions with recipes included
  • Measures 18 by 10-1/2 by 11-4/5 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • Please refer to the user manual in the package for trouble shooting steps
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Product Description

Fill your kitchen with the smells of fresh baked bread. Make scrumptious yet inexpensive, bakery-style artisan bread with our new West Bend electronic dual-blade breadmaker.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 10.5 x 11.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15.7 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B002JM0ZWK
  • Item model number: 41300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (890 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,728 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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776 of 784 people found the following review helpful By Bob from TN on March 14, 2010
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I love this bread machine. It is the best I have ever owned. I would give it a 5 star rating if the manual was better and there wasn't such a long wait to add in fruit or nuts.

I have been using bread machines for over 20 years. This is my 4th bread machine. My last bread machine lasted the shortest time, only 2 years. It was a Breadman 875. I like to make a whole wheat cereal bread and the motor on the Breadman was not strong enough to handle the heavy dough. In addition the rise on my breads was inconsistent. Sometimes it would have a huge rise and others it would barely rise. I never had this problem with my other bread machines.

After reading all the reviews and considering my budget I decided to purchase the West Bend 41300 Hi-Rise. I liked the idea of 2 paddles and a horizontal loaf of bread. As soon as I got the bread machine I plugged it in and read the manual. The manual is a big disappointment. All the other bread machines I have owned have the amount of time for each part of the bread making process. The West Bend doesn't tell you how long it will be when you get the beep to add ingredients like fruit and nuts. The only thing you get it a count down time on the bread machines display.

Another thing the manual didn't tell you was to run the bake cycle (this is one of the menu items) before you try to make any bread. This is important. It burns off any residual oil and sealing material left from the manufacturing process. I recommend you do this in an area with lots of ventilation. Either open the windows in the kitchen, use the garage or do it outside. It will stink and you don't want to have that smell baked into your first loaf of bread.

Once I had burned off the gunk I was ready to make my first loaf of bread.
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498 of 518 people found the following review helpful By Samantha Shanti on December 25, 2009
I came to machine made bread late, and it was a long road to get here. You could say I was a purist stuck in times past, or I was just waiting for my questions to be answered. I know a bunch of people who swear by thier bread machines, and several folks who've had one die and miss it terribly. Me, I had no real problems making bread the old fashioned way so to speak. I learned how to make bread from my Mom when I was a little girl, and that always worked for me.

I'd read that for features and function the Zojirushi was the top of the line. Great, but there was no way I could cost justify that kind of money for a bread machine. Plus, while it met most of my specifications, it missed on one important one, loaf size. For me a requirment was a horiontal loaf, and an ideal was maximum function and control. Including loaf size and crust.

Enter the Hi-Rise. It's selectable for four different loaf sizes 1, 1.5, 2 and 2.5 pound loaves. It has three different crust settings that give one control over color and thickness of the crust, accessed with the temp button.

With a horizontal loaf pan, and dual blades, it makes it simple and easy to prepare just about anything. The large windows in the top make it easy to watch how your bread is doing and the display is easy to read and keeps you informed about where in your journey each loaf is. It even has prgrammability in terms of when the bread machine starts, and even allows you to create a custom profile for "Home Made" bread. Wake up to the smell of bread baking? Done! Now you can program the coffee machine to start your morning cup of java, and have fresh baked bread waiting too. Spoil me rotten why don't you!

The acid test of course was actually making bread with it.
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314 of 327 people found the following review helpful By Steven Levin on December 16, 2009
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Very easy yo opporate. All recipe books we've used work with this machine. NONE of the loafs have "sunk" and it really does a great job with the mixing times and different bread textures, ie.e a rye is done differently in the machie than white bread, and you get perfect results! Our kitchen is stainless steel and black. 5 - star

Update 3/26/10 - After about 5 months of use (2 loafs per week) it stopped working... it powers up, runs the program, but the motor doesn't turn on... it is under warrentee but we've e-mailed and called for 5 days now with NO response.
Today, we called AGAIN and after tring some phone aided suggestions we all realize... it's broke. Unforturnalty, they are out of stock on this item and we will recieve a replacment in just over a month... oh well. Seemed like a good deal, and worked great (while working) I guess you get what you pay for... lowered my original 5 - star to a 2 - star, as can't be used, but hopefully a new one is coming. I will update again, hopefully in about a month.

Update 6/1/10 - We received a new bread machine about 3 weeks ago. This unit looks identical as the first but; the bread quality is not consistent as it was in the first machine. It doesn't seem to get as hot as it needs to, and the mixing paddles are much stiffer than the original one, so I don't think the dough is getting a good enough workout and a majority of the loaves have sunk in the middle, never an issue on the original machine. Lastly this unit has several slight scratch marks over it in the black plastic and in the stainless steel... refurbished? Who knows...

Final thoughts... For the price I guess you could take a chance... Although it looks nice and has some great features it's not consistent. I might suggest saving for a higher quality machine as the bottom line is - if it doesn't work well, you not going to use it... unless you only want to make bread bowls. Staying at 2 stars.
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