Breadman TR875 2-Pound Breadmaker, Stainless Steel
|Item Weight||6 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18 x 15 x 11 inches|
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- Paddle comes attached to electrical cord; detach but keep safe for use with select bread types
- Programmable bread machine bakes 1-, 1-1/2-, and 2-pound horizontal loaves
- Housed in Stainless Steel; easy-to-read LCD display; viewing window
- Cycles include super-rapid, 100-percent whole wheat, gluten-free, and more
- Measures 18 by 11-1/5 by 14-4/5 inches; 1-year ; Hand wash only
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|Color||Stainless Steel||Black||Bright Stainless Steel||New Compact Automatic||Stainless Steel||Black|
|Item Dimensions||18.00 x 15.00 x 11.00 inches||10.43 x 14.13 x 12.20 inches||13.70 x 8.60 x 11.80 inches||10.25 x 13.25 x 11.25 inches||—||13.70 x 8.60 x 11.80 inches|
|Item Weight||6.00 lbs||11.86 lbs||14.70 lbs||10.80 lbs||—||—|
|Material||stainless-steel||Plastic||Fully Stainless Steel, Non-stick Ceramic Pan (19 Menu; 15 Hours Delay Time; 15-Minute Power Interruption Recovery; 3 Loaf Size & Different Flavors; Low Noise DC Motor Design; Up to 1 Hour Thermostatic)||—||Fully Stainless Steel, Ceramic Non-stick Pan (16 Menu; 15 Hours Delay Time; 15-Minute Power Interruption Recovery; 3 Loaf Size & Different Flavors; Low Noise DC Motor Design; Up to 1 Hour Thermostat)||Fully Stainless Steel, Non-stick Ceramic Pan (19 Menu; 15 Hours Delay Time; 15-Minute Power Interruption Recovery; 3 Loaf Size & Different Flavors; Low Noise DC Motor Design; Up to 1 Hour Thermostatic)|
|Size||2 LB||2 Lb.||2.2LB||Up To 2lb Loaf||Medium||2LB|
More Baking Functions & a Sleek Design
Ten baking functions offer more options in baking than our basic bread maker, including a Rapid Bake setting that bakes a full, 2-lb. loaf of bread in just over one hour!
The horizontal loaf pan has a nonstick coating for easy cleaning and makes traditional-style horizontal bread loaves. You can have fresh baked bread, plus dough for pizza and pasta, and even a special jam setting for fresh jam right from your bread maker.
Make the right sized bread for your meal with 1.5- and 2-lb. loaf sizes, plus get the crust color you prefer with light, medium and dark crust settings. All this, plus an up to 15-hour delay bake timer for fresh bread, ready when you are.
Enjoy fruit and nut bread at home without a hassle! A convenient add-in signal tells you exactly when to add fruits, nuts and other extras for specialty breads with ease.
* Easy-to-use controls
* Power failure protection system
* Measuring cup & spoon included
* Recipes included in Use & Care manual
* 2-year limited warranty
Bring Home the Bakery! Fall in love with your favorite breads and baked goods all over again! Featuring 16 unique baking functions in 3 loaf sizes – 1, 1.5 & 2 lb. – plus light, medium and dark crust control, you can make all your favorite breads, dough and even jams with ease – including low carb and gluten free! Our patented automatic fruit & nut dispenser means no more waiting around, while convection technology ensures even cooking and professional results.Please Note: When delivered, kneading paddle may be attached to the power cord of the bread maker
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I've used the Bob's Red Mill mixes for raisin and white bread so far and the loaves are bigger than the tiny ones you get from store bought GF loaves that cost a fortune anyway. This way I don't have to stock a bunch of different flours that are prone to go rancid. I still toast the bread before eating or making sandwiches, but I'm happy with it and it's quite easy using the mixes. Just whisk together 3 liquid ingredients and add mix then the yeast on top. I plan to make white bread recipes using the mix and adding some other things, like olives, nuts, etc.
We thought about a replacement and this one had good reviews, plus it was about 30 dollars less than the Panasonic at that time.
What I like:
- If you never used a bread maker, probably you may find this one ok and in the top 20 brands. It's not a cheap one and it's pretty good overall.
- It has a "bake" button that lets you continue a batch in case of a power loss in the middle of your baking. Our old Panasonic was not having this feature and I had to throw away a few batches due to power glitches over night. It was a big deal to me.
- It has a transparent window to see what's going on with your bread (our old Panasonic was not having this feature, because the lid cover has a yeast dispenser on top).
- In general, it makes a great bread if all the ingredients are fresh and you want a standard bread.
- The bread recipient is a bit thin for a home appliance, or at least that's my impression. My old Panasonic was a lot more robust and I wasn't afraid to drop it accidentally, this one is really not that kind.
- Overall it does not look flimsy or cheap, it actually looks good on your countertop in the kitchen.
What I like less:
- With older ingredients the baking was less tolerant, in my experience. I made several bricks in my first attempts. The same recipe that used to work well in our old Panasonic before it died did not work at all in this new machine a few weeks later. With new ingredients, it worked well. I guess it may have to do with the baking program in its computer.
- The way the baking container is being attached is difficult to extract after baking. In a Panasonic you can just lift it with one hand, it twists then it's out. In this one you have to be strong to extract it with both hands and you got to be careful. My wife can't do this and that's one reason we used it very little until we decided to buy a new Panasonic several years later.
- The paddle attached to the bottom of the baking recipient is permanently mounted (or more correctly, we could not take it out like in the Panasonic model, for cleaning). Not big deal but it's nice to be able to easy clean the bucket at the end.
- If you want to use the timer function, you have to put all the ingredients carefully, first the liquids then the solids, and then add the yeast on top to stay dry, or it would start to ferment if it gets into your composition.
This is true for most models on the market and if you don't care, then it's not big deal.
For me it was because in the old Panasonic model there is a special container on the lid that drops the yeast only when it starts the batch. If you just want to pour the ingredients and forget about the small details, especially when you're on the rush or semi-sleepy, that's worth the extra 20-30 dollars to spend on a model that does that. This was the second reason we decided to buy another Panasonic.
There are no perfect bread machines and if they would be, probably they would be very expensive.
This machine is a good one and I'd suggest if you buy one like this, try it at least for a few weeks either daily or every other day to understand what bothers you or not, then decide if you want to keep it or return it.