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Breadman BK2000B 2-½-Pound Bakery Pro Bread Maker with Collapsible Kneading Paddles and Automatic Fruit and Nut Dispenser
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- Bread maker with dual bread pans for a 2-1/2-pound loaf or 2 1-pound loaves
- 14 baking functions, including low carb and gluten free; 15-hour delay timer
- Exclusive, collapsible kneading paddles and automatic fruit and nut dispenser
- Includes collapsible measuring cup, adjustable measuring spoon
- Measures 14 by 19 by 12 inches; 2-year limited warranty
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|Material||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Information Not Available||Information not provided|
|Dimensions||13.8 inches x 13.8 inches x 11.7 inches||15.59 inches x 16.57 inches x 11.97 inches||15 inches x 18 inches x 12.25 inches||14.1 inches x 13.8 inches x 13 inches|
|Item Weight||24.5 pounds||8708.92 grams||18 pounds||8 pounds|
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No need to live above a bakery to enjoy the warm aroma of freshly baked bread on a daily basis. With an array of convenient features for ease of use, this Bakery Pro bread maker comes in handy any day of the week. Its exclusive dual bread-pan baking system allows for baking a traditional loaf up to 2-1/2 pounds or two 1-pound loaves simultaneously. Make anything from fresh cinnamon-raisin bread for breakfast toast, banana nut to serve with tea, or a loaf of whole wheat to serve with a hearty stew for dinner. Choose from 14 baking functions, including low carb and gluten free, as well as the option to make a variety of doughs and jams. Unlike other bread makers, the machine's exclusive kneading paddles collapse automatically before baking to prevent holes from baking into the bottom of the loaves, and its exclusive fruit and nut dispenser adds extras to the dough at the right time automatically--no need to wait around. The bread maker also provides a 15-hour delay timer, which makes it possible to wake up to--or come home to after a long day--a loaf of freshly baked bread ready to be sliced and slathered with butter and jam, spread with soft cheese, or enjoyed with other toppings or on its own. Accessories include a collapsible measuring cup and an adjustable measuring spoon, and the manual includes over 80 recipes. The bread machine measures 14 by 19 by 12 inches and carries a two-year limited warranty.
The Breadman BK2000B 2-1/2-Pound Bakery Pro Bread Maker
Get the bread maker that makes it easy to bake like a pro and really bring home the bakery. This unique, 2-1/2-pound bread machine offers a wide range of features that you won’t find anywhere else. You’ll enjoy all your favorite baked goods at home, with exceptional results you’d expect from a baking professional.
Breadman Exclusive Features
We start with a dual bread pan baking system, which allows you to bake one standard loaf up to 2-1/2 pounds or use the side-by-side 1-pound loaf pans to make two one-pound loaves of bread simultaneously. This way, you can make a traditional whole wheat bread for dinner and bake a dessert bread for after the meal at the same time.
Inside the bread pans, our exclusive patented collapsible kneading paddles collapse automatically before baking begins, to prevent the paddles from sticking in the bottom of the loaf as it bakes. This keeps the paddles out of your baked bread, to help prevent rips and tears caused in the bottom of the loaf by removing the paddles. It’s perfect for better loaves and unbroken sandwich bread.
Our final exclusive patented feature is our automatic fruit and nut dispenser. This handy feature allows you to add up to 2/3 cups of fruit and nuts into the dispenser to release automatically at the right time for perfect fruit and nut bread without waiting around. Instead of waiting around to add the fruits and nuts into a loaf at the add ingredient beep, the machine does it for you automatically. This way, your family can enjoy hot baked cinnamon raisin bread for breakfast without waking up before the sun rises to add the raisins.
Extended Program Options
In addition to these Breadman exclusive features, the Bakery Pro Bread machine offers a wide variety of your favorite programming options including low carb, gluten free, dough and jam. You also get rapid bake settings on white, whole wheat and sweet loaves, as well as a handy bake-only setting for specialty baking with ease.
This model also features our up to 15-hour delay bake timer that lets you adjust the delay anywhere from one to fifteen hours. In addition, you have a 60-minute keep warm cycle that keeps finished loaves warm for up to one hour, plus a 7-minute power failure protection system that saves program settings for 7 minutes in case of a power outage so you can still get a great loaf even if there’s a surge or brown out.
The Bakery Pro comes with 3 bread pans; one bread pan allows you to bake up to a 2-1/2-pound loaf, while the two 1-pound bread pans allow you to bake two different loaves at the same time side-by-side. In addition, we give you a collapsible measuring cup and adjustable measuring spoon to help you get easy, exact measurements for the best loaves of bread. The Use & Care manual comes in an attractive, spiral-bound booklet along with over 80 unique recipes to excite your taste buds and inspire your baking creativity.
Top Customer Reviews
Still working just as good as ever! The inside still looks like new. Only now after a few years is the exterior starting to show any wear. The white "Breadman" logo on the black glossy exterior of this bread machine has started to wear off a little (from being washed/wiped down with wet clothes). Other than that everything still looks and works as it always has.
Sill using it all the time and still loving it. Never had a single problem. The non-stick coating on the inside is still perfect, no scratches and is still releasing bread flawlessly. Over the last 2 years of owning this I've never once had a single problem.
Over a year later and it still works like it's brand new. I still make bread in it all the time and have never had any issues.
Upon receiving the Breadman BK2000B, the first thing I noticed was how visually striking this appliance is. It is large, glossy black in color, except for the chrome top panel. It has a good weight to it and feels quite well made. Each button on the control panel feels just as well made, with no sticking or cracking sound made when pressing them. When opening the lid, there were no latches or locks required to undo it. It simply opens with the lift of the lid. The lid has small handles on the side to make it easier to open when the appliance is hot. The electric cord wraps snugly underneath the base of the bread-maker for storage when not in use (I have included a picture of this in on the Amazon product page customer photos section).Read more ›
Update 3/14/12: Manufacturer replacement just arrived today, and it's a little tiny BK1060s (which appears to have horrible reviews here on Amazon). No idea why such a different model was sent. It's either used or heavily handled, as the box is poorly taped, and the bread maker is covered with smudges as if someone didn't wash their hands after eating their lunch. I have no intention of using it at this time. Just sent email to Applica, and will update if I get a response.
Update 3/20/12: Response from Applica: "Your original model may be backordered or may no longer be manufactured. Under the warranty policy, we are required to replace the product with an original or reasonably similar model of equal or higher value. The model that was shipped to you fulfills our warranty obligation."
Received the replacement, so far so good. I'll update if it suffers a similar problem as its predecessor did.
I finally received a call back, the rep asked me many questions to ascertain if it was fixable. It was not. As this is a brand new model, I was the only person to date that had encountered this problem, yay me! :-(
The solution was to cut off the plug & mail it in a padded mailer & upon arrival they will replace the faulty unit. I certainly will put the new unit to a MUCH more rigorous baking schedule than I had the previous one, to make sure if is is going to fail, it will while still under warranty! I will continue to post my results!
Below is a copy of my follow up email to the manufacturer after waiting DAYS for the return call (an option they give you after waiting on hold twice as long as they say your wait time would be, I gave up after 20+ minutes!)
If I ever get a reply I will let you know but for now I would not recommend ANY Breadman products for lack of customer support! The company that handles the support isn't even them!! It is a professional business that handles a bunch of other manufacturers like: Black and Decker, George Foreman, Breadman, Juiceman, Russell Hobbs, Farberware, Littermaid& Delonghi!
So buyer beware if you're thinking of customer support for one of those brands also.......
Here is my email to them:
Your Company that manufactures the Breadman BK2000B 2-1/2-Pound Bakery Pro Bread Maker, solicited Amazon to have this item reviewed by several of it's top reviewers of influence, I was chosen as one of them in this area.Read more ›
I have had the Breadman for 2 years now and use it fairly often. Some things have broken: the nut dispenser was DOA and badly designed. (But not worth the packing up and returning for a new one.) One of the collapsible paddles broke from metal fatigue. And they never really collapse to the flat profile that is promised. What I tend to use is one or two of the 1 lb loaf pans and the non-collapsible paddles. I baked a white wheat-buttermilk bread with golden flaxseeds (my recipe) on the 1 lb, Whole Wheat Cycle, last weekend and it's some of the best bread I've made. I would say, this unit is not as durable as I'd have liked, but it has done well for me. However, if I had a big household and baked every week, I wonder if the unit would have lasted me as long.
We have a non-wheat eater at home, and we are not alone. Many people these days have found out they are intolerant to gluten, and others eat low-carb breads while losing or maintaining weight. Standard bread machines make bread by mixing, kneading and then baking breads with some variations of timing and temperature, but generally they have not been able to handle specialized bread mixes such as gluten free. That is, until now. This machine has additional cycles for specialized breads, so now you can use gluten free mixes, gluten free flour blends, spelt, and low carb recipes.
The Breadman BK2000B has just about everything a bread baker could want. There are 14 programs on board, including gluten free, low carb, sweet, whole wheat, as well as dough only, BAKE only (use commercial dough, or perhaps a dough you froze earlier) and jam, where you can heat and stir preserves.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this BECAUSE of the collapsible paddles. Three loaves in and the paddle broke. There are no replacements that I can find. Read morePublished 14 days ago by T. Cheney
First let me say I would rate this a 5 star machine on function. It makes BEAUTIFUL bread. It is EASY to use. However... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Coghan
Used it 4 times, belts stopped turning ,called company about warranty .They said I did not register it fast enough so it was my loss 4 loafs of bread at 140 bucks came out to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Chad
Made a loaf of Red Mills rye bread, the top fell but the bread came out just perfect for moisture/dryness combo conditions. Easy to use but wish it had multi-grain functions. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought this machine in 2012, and have used it every day to bake at least one if not 2 1/2 lb loaves. It is 2016 and it's still going. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Melisande
I purchased this in July 2015. I had problems right away. I couldn't get my one pound loaf pan to knead the dough. To even mix it. My 2 1/2 loaf mixed inconsistency. Read morePublished 4 months ago by shopper girl
I BOUGHT THIS BECAUSE IT HAS COLLAPSIBLE PADDLES THAT WERE SUPPOSED TO FOLD DOWN DIMINISHING THE ANNOYING GOUGE THAT UPRIGHT PADDLES MAKE. Read morePublished 5 months ago by CHEFZEE
This machine is amazing. This is by far my favorite bread machine. I have the inserts for 2 1 pound loaves, thinking those will come in handy when my teenagers move onto college... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rebekka M. Heinzen