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Breadman TR2500C Ultimate Plus Breadmachine
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- "BREADMAN" ULTIMATE PLUSBREAKMAKER
- Bakes 1 to 2 lb loaves
- Over 300 program combinations
- New Gluten free and low carb programs
- New convection feature
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Top Customer Reviews
I returned that one thinking it was a fluke (b/c when it did make bread, it was wonderful).
The second one had the same problem. Called Customer Service...very nice lady called me back, reading from a manual that I should try to bend the little metal clips a bit to get a better lock. Tried it, didn't work. Furthermoe, once a used raisons in the 'extras' dispenser, and not the thing sticks and con't relase other things into the bread (had to scrape out rosemary from there...ug).
Looking for a new brand and new machine.
I don't usually leave reviews but the bread I was hoping to make for Christmas being ruined because of this prompted me to write. This machine otherwise is easy to use and makes tasty bread, but it's not something you can just set and forget; you have to be nearby and be ready during the mixing and kneading times to push it back every time. I just got distracted today given the visitors and thus my bread was ruined.
My guess is the other positive review is really one left by someone from the company trying to offset the negative review. That or they've never actually used it.
UPDATE: I've now had it for about 3 and a half years, and it still works beautifully. A few weeks ago, I finally started having the issue with the pan popping up. It was only happening during kneading while the wad of dough gets tossed around, so it was a relatively minor issue. Even so, I bent the clasps out slightly and haven't had it happen again. Also, when I wrote my first review, somehow I had never discovered the "Crust control" option on the machine. It's resolved my previous concerns about the crust coming out too crisp.
UPDATE: Over five years later and it still works great, however I'm finally retiring it. My partner bought me a KitchenAid Professional stand mixer, and it makes slightly better bread dough and has a wider range of uses, so it's taking my Breadman's place.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had two Breadman machines, not sure which model, but this looks like what I had. The reason I had two was that I wore them out making 3 loaves a week for 3 years each. Read morePublished 16 months ago by ANNE-MARIE RUFFER
I make about 2 loafs a week and hve been using the make for about 2 years. I suddenly started tossing the beater bar into the loaf, making lots of noise, and tossing the pan... Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by A Williams
I purchased this breadmaker because it was a decent price and it had many difference baking options including Gluten Free. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by familyoffive
I received this item as a gift for Christmas 2008, and it has done a great job for me, baking dozens of loaves of a variety of breads - and it also makes great dough for pizza... Read morePublished on March 31, 2010 by C. H. Rummel
Got this breadmaker for christmas and had visions of churning out loaves and loaves a day...but after 4 miserably failed attempts at breadmaking using this, my first ever... Read morePublished on January 1, 2010 by Jane Smith