Panasonic SD-R2530KXC Automatic Breadmaker with nut dispensers and gluten free programmes – Black

£149.00

Colour Black
Brand Panasonic
Product care instructions Do not use anything abrasive. (cleansers, scouring pads etc), Do not use benzine, thinners, alcohol, or bleach., Do not wash any part of the machine in the dishwasher see more
Number of programmes 30
  • Optimal Design - The horizontal design is optimised to take up minimal space on your kitchen worktop allowing more room for a working area. The sleek space-saving design features a flush lid reducing the overall height perfect for any kitchen.
  • Manual Setting Modes - You can set the time needed for cake kneading, bread kneading and fermentation and let the breadmaker do the troublesome dough making for you.
  • Bread Mixes with Yeast - Easily bake bread by simply using a bread mix with yeast by just adding water and pressing the button to start the specially designed programme. Bread baking has never been easier.
  • 30 Automatic Programmes - Packed with a selection of pre-set programs there are endless options for a variety of different loaves from White, to Wholemeal, Gluten Free and so much more.
  • Raisin/Nut Dispenser - The automatic raisin/nut dispenser mixes additional ingredients at just the right time to help ensure they are evenly distributed throughout the loaf.

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From the manufacturer

SD-R2530KXC B093X1L2PC

Delicious. Easy. Homemade. Quality you can taste.

Enjoy fresh bread with­out the has­sle using the SD-R2530 Bread­mak­er. Deli­cious breads, cakes, piz­za dough and more are easy to con­jure up with your own extra ingre­di­ents, and with the best results every time. A range of pro­grammes do the work for you.

  • Auto­mat­ic Bread­mak­er with Raisin/Nut Dis­penser
  • 30 Pro­grammes for Whole Wheat, Brioche, Cake, Jam, Piz­za Dough and more
  • Man­u­al Set­tings for Knead­ing & Ris­ing of Cake and Bread Dough
  • 4 Gluten-Free Pro­grammes for Bread, Cake, Pas­ta and Piz­za Dough
  • Bread Mix Pro­grammes
  • Dual Tem­per­a­ture Sen­sors & 13 hr Dig­i­tal Timer

 Tailored to your taste

 Dual sensors make the difference

 Artisan-style kneading technique

Tailored to your taste

With the R2530 Bread­mak­er from Pana­son­ic, you have a kitchen helper that is based on over 34 years of expe­ri­ence and excel­lence. Dual tem­per­a­ture sen­sors along with a full range of per­fect­ly tuned fea­tures ensure you get the bread you crave ‒ always in the best quality.

Dual sensors make the difference

The best bread qual­i­ty is thanks to hav­ing just the right tem­per­a­ture. Which is why the R2530 uses two built-in sen­sors to deter­mine both inter­nal and exter­nal tem­per­a­tures to opti­mise each pro­gramme along at every step. What­ev­er the cli­mate con­di­tions you enjoy the same deli­cious results every time.

Artisan-style kneading technique

The R2530 brings the bak­ery to your home kitchen. The secret lies in inno­v­a­tive Pana­son­ic tech­nol­o­gy, which repli­cates the knead­ing tech­niques of an arti­san bak­er. The unique knead­ing blade works with the spe­cial­ly placed ribs in the bread pan to deliv­er the best-tast­ing bread with the ide­al texture.

 Creativity with manual settings

 Easy baking with bread mixes

 Four gluten-free options

Creativity with manual settings

Made for sweet or savoury breads and cakes, the man­u­al set­tings help you be cre­ative with­out the has­sle of knead­ing or mix­ing by hand. Cre­ate dif­fer­ent Arti­san-like bread shapes or set the knead­ing and ris­ing times need­ed for your own recipe cre­ations. Then enjoy the deli­cious results.

Easy baking with bread mixes

Sim­ply use the bread mix of your choice, add water and et voila! With the R2530 Bread­mak­er’s ded­i­cat­ed pro­grammes, fresh bread is easy and has­sle-free. The tasty results will wow you and your family.

Four gluten-free options

The R2530 Bread­mak­er is ide­al for peo­ple who suf­fer from gluten intol­er­ance or sim­ply want to eat less gluten. Pro­grammes for gluten-free bread, cake, piz­za dough and pas­ta allow you to leave out aller­gens with­out com­pro­mis­ing taste.

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Additional information

Weight 8.06 kg
Dimensions 46.6 × 41.2 × 31.8 cm
Brand

Panasonic

Model Number

SD-R2530KXC

Colour

Black

Package Dimensions

46.6 x 41.2 x 31.8 cm; 8.06 Kilograms

Item Weight

8.06 kg

ASIN

B093X1L2PC

Date First Available

30 April 2021

Manufacturer

Panasonic

Reviews

  1. dudachok2012

    My video shows that mix­ing is fun­da­men­tal­ly wrong by design — 50% stays com­plete­ly UNMIXEDThe media could not be loaded.

     Had i for a month , tried all recepies but all were hor­ri­bly baked, sticky or like stone hard, nev­er fluffy bread.So final­ly I peeked inside (though they say DO NOT open the lid dur­ing the mix) and was hor­ri­fied to see that most of the (DRY!) mix­ture could not be mixed. See VIDEO attched.Manual help­ing, by push­ing the mix into the mid­dle, (to the blade) does not help as the replaced mix stays firm­ly at the walls.So how does this machine gets FIVE STARS? I hon­est­ly can­not com­pre­hend — hel­lo ?When you pay THIS price it is sup­posed to be “top of the range” AUTOMATIC bak­ing device — not a MANUAL MIXING one! What is this peo­ple… Please give me a com­ment, about my log­i­cal logic.Also Design issues: NOT EASY TO CLEAN inside.During mix­ing and bak­ing stuff gets out­side the Bowl and cov­ers all numer­ous crevices inside and most impor­tant the heat­ing ele­ments. HOW about that? 5 stars…Ease of use:I posi­tioned it under the Kitchen wall unit and it gives shade.. but there is no DISPLAY ILLUMINATION on the device!!! so can­not sim­ply see what to press and choose! Is it the 80th com­ing back? I need to buy addi­tion­al illu­mi­na­tion for this machine…Please guys tell me below if my rea­son­ing is flawed

  2. Fred­dy Taylor

    Absolute game chang­er.Well, where do I start.… I’ll keep it short. If you’re con­sid­er­ing buy­ing a bread mak­er, just do it. Absolute game chang­er. I’m addict­ed and am mak­ing more bread than I can eat because I’m so excit­ed. Even just a plain white rapid loaf is divine. Don’t lis­ten to any­one mark­ing this prod­uct down, they must be intel­lec­tu­al­ly chal­lenged. Just fol­low the sim­ple instruc­tions, in the order stat­ed, and you’ll be mak­ing the best bread you’ve ever tast­ed, for about 20p a loaf.

  3. Bm Lev­i­tan

    A great bread­mak­erFor sev­er­al years I had an excel­lent Rus­sell Hobbs bread mak­er, but when it even­tu­al­ly died I decid­ed to replace it with the new­er mod­el. Unfor­tu­nate­ly Rus­sell Hobbs’ redesign was not so good and after sev­er­al failed loaves I returned it (thanks to Ama­zon for an easy returns process) and pur­chased this Pana­son­ic SD-B2510 bread mak­er instead. It’s quite a lot more expen­sive, but boy is it worth it! Every loaf has turned out per­fect — I’ve tried brioche and whole­meal as the pho­tos show, and have now made sev­er­al loaves all with­out any prob­lems whatsoever.This mod­el is at the basic end of the range, which means there are few­er pro­grammes, but as I most­ly make the same bread recipe that’s not an issue for me. If you’re look­ing for some­thing that has a real­ly wide range of pro­grammes you should look at one of the more expen­sive models.Some peo­ple don’t like the lack of a view­ing win­dow, but frankly it does­n’t both­er me and I nev­er used the view­ing win­dow in my old bread mak­er anyway.The man­u­al is pret­ty well laid out and easy to under­stand. One slight quirk is that the recipe sec­tion is sep­a­rate from the han­dling instruc­tions. I can see why they’ve done this (so that they don’t have to repeat the han­dling for each recipe, as some are the same), but it does mean you have to flip between sec­tions ini­tial­ly until you get famil­iar with the operations.You can make three sizes of loaf which dif­fer in height — medi­um, large and extra-large. I use extra-large but that does mean the slices stick out the top of the toast­er a bit, which I don’t mind (and could always use a small­er loaf if it both­ered me). Bak­ing times are quite long (5hrs for whole­meal XL), but that’s because it pro­vides a prop­er rest­ing time, and you do have the option for a rapid bake which omits the rest time (2–3hrs depend­ing on recipe; I have tried it on whole­meal and it works ok albeit with a slight­ly small­er rise).I real­ly like the larg­er knead­ing blade than the Rus­sell Hobbs machines, and so far it has always come out of the loaf very clean­ly when turn­ing it out at the end.It comes with a mea­sur­ing spoon and mea­sur­ing cup, and what I like about the cup is that if you fill it with flour it’s exact­ly 300g and most of the XL recipes call for 600g of flour so “weigh­ing” it out is easy! The recipes call for but­ter as their fat ingre­di­ent, but I’ve been using rape­seed oil and that works per­fect­ly fine: 1 tbsp oil = 10g butter.All in all I’m very hap­py with this machine after sev­er­al months of con­stant use (about 2–3 loaves a week).

  4. Mr. R.J. Caesar

    Why change a good design?This is my third Pana­son­ic bread mak­er. It doesn’t fit on my larder shelf well now the design has changed. It’s very awk­ward to read all the dif­fer­ent pro­grams this way round. It makes bread as well as my old ones but none of my favourite recipes are in the new instruc­tion book mak­ing it dif­fi­cult to find the right pro­gram for my choice of mix­es. I have to alter­nate between the old book and new. There are so many sour­dough recipes which may please some peo­ple but not me.I find this instruc­tions book­let very con­fus­ing and dif­fi­cult to fol­low. Why change things when they worked so well before?

  5. W F Heyes

    Replace­ment for my old Pana­son­icReplaced my old Pana­son­ic bread­mak­ing machine of the last 14 years with this model.Having made bread for all these years I under­stand the Pana­son­ic machines.Tried and test­ed nev­er fails.Hope this one lasts as long.One comment…Don’t both­er with the ‘Add nuts’ version.When I start­ed mak­ing bread there were no ready pre­pared seed­ed flour. Now there’s loads.I nev­er used my nut dis­penser on old one so went for basic.Makes love­ly piz­za dough too.Highly rec­om­mend for qual­i­ty and performance.

  6. C. Brown

    Does exact­ly what it says it willThis is my sec­ond Pana­son­ic. My pre­vi­ous one had giv­en me good ser­vice for over twelve years, but was begin­ning to give rather less than per­fect results, so I decid­ed it was time to replace it. I chose this mod­el because it seemed like a good mid­dle of the range option, with the abil­i­ty to be flex­i­ble with the tim­ings if required. I have giv­en it five stars because it does exact­ly what it says on the tin. Pro­duces beau­ti­ful­ly baked bread with an even­ly risen crust (no lop­sided loaves), and tast­ing won­der­ful. How­ev­er, I do have one or two minor quib­bles, but they are not enough to real­ly influ­ence my score. First­ly, the machine is taller than I expect­ed, and as I am quite short, I either have to stand on tip­toes or use a fold­ing step to actu­al­ly allow me to read the tiny dis­play which is sit­ed on the top of the machine, rather than to the front. Sec­ond­ly, it would be nice to have an obvi­ous reminder that the bread is cooked if you don’t hear the beep at the end. My old one had an eas­i­ly seen light which flashed on and off and remind­ed you to remove the bread if you for­got. This one has a tiny lit­tle flash­ing icon set into the dis­play which you can’t read­i­ly see. I did­n’t actu­al­ly find the instruc­tion man­u­al con­fus­ing as some peo­ple have, but do wish there were more recipes. I was quite dis­ap­point­ed not to find a pro­gram for my favourite soft sand­wich bread which I fre­quent­ly baked in my old machine, but then found that the method they give you for Milk Bread is quite a good sub­sti­tute. These are minor nig­gles which won’t both­er every­one, and the machine bakes such gor­geous bread that I can for­give them.

  7. MarkE

    Our best bread mak­er so farWe have been using bread mak­ers for near­ly 25 years and some last a long time (we think the Ken­wood one we had before prob­a­bly made us 1000 loaves, but Ken­wood have stopped mak­ing them). Which? mag­a­zine rec­om­mend this Pana­son­ic and (with 3 months expe­ri­ence) the loaves are more con­sis­tent­ly well risen/good shape than the Ken­wood man­aged and also the pad­dle is a clever design that means it makes only a very thin “hole” in the loaf — it nev­er (so far) has torn out any of a loaf.We only make stan­dard whole­meal loaves, so don’t know what it would be like on exot­ic stuff.Downsides:No win­dow to see how the bread is get­ting on.The LCD pan­el that shows sta­tus does not line up well with the descrip­tions at the side of it (so read­ing it you need to remem­ber to off­set by one stage to know where it is) — but you don’t real­ly need to know — just wait for the beep and see the red light to know the bread is ready.The man­u­al is a lit­tle over com­pli­cat­ed. The detail is required, but it could start with “if you just want to make a basic loaf of bread just to this…“So not real­ly problems.We def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend it.

  8. Gill Red­fearn

    FaultyI bought an old­er ver­sion about 5 or 6 years ago from a friend who has stopped using it because she was putting on weight. I used it to make bread for the ducks, geese and crows — a min­i­mum of 4 loaves a day. My back gate leads into the park next to the boat­ing pond and every morn­ing when I go out, scores of var­i­ous birds are wait­ing for me.This morn­ing when I got up it had­n’t worked and when I checked, the piece in the bot­tom of the machine that the pan slots onto to mix the ingre­di­ents had shattered.I have only used it about 10,000 times! Non stop.I replaced it with this mod­el that has worked prop­er­ly about 3 times. It does­n’t mix the ingre­di­ents prop­er­ly. I get either a flat pan­cake or a flat pan­cake cov­ered in hard lumps of flour. I know it says not to opn the lid but I did this morn­ing as I smelt burn­ing and the pad­dle does­n’t move all the flour. Am return­ing it but such a faff as I don’t have a car and it is rather heavy to car­ry to the shop that accepts Ama­zon returns.

  9. Mr. G. Napper

    Not as good as my old oneSeems to over com­pli­cate the process. I only real­ly use this to make dough then fin­ish it myself. The dough func­tion for some rea­son after rising.knocks it back again but then does­n’t leave enough time to rise again. It has a lot of func­tions but the dough set­tings don’t seem right to me and the over­al process takes twice as long to get a loaf made as my old machine. Can’t real­ly com­ment on bak­ing side of things as haven’t used it for that

  10. Bomber­HQ

    Good bread, but infu­ri­at­ing …Update after 9 months:Still makes great bread, but Im using it less because its soooo slow! The ‘fea­ture’ where it just sits there doing noth­ing for 40 min­utes dri­ves me nuts because you cant over­ride it. If I put the ingre­di­ents in at room tem­per­a­ture, I want the thing to get on and make the bread/dough/whatever, not sit there ‘resting’!—————Replaces a Mor­phy Richards Fast­bake machine, bought in 2007 for £30, which the pad­dle final­ly seized on, but oth­er­wise still worked as new.It was a tough deci­sion whether to spend over £40 more on this than the Tow­er T11005, which has more fea­tures, over­all pos­i­tive reviews and a more attrac­tive fin­ish. I decid­ed I could live with no nut/fruit dis­penser, no view­ing win­dow and a plas­tic case if it made good bread!What swung it in the end was atten­tion to detail by the man­u­fac­ture … the Tow­er web­site is rub­bish and there is no way to down­load the man­u­al. Many review­ers say the Tow­er recipes dont work either, so I have to won­der how much real world test­ing they do …The more expen­sive Pana­son­ic machines seem to add very lit­tle extra val­ue for sig­nif­i­cant­ly more cost, but I liked the larg­er loaf options for these new­er mod­els, so went for the cheap­est new­er model.So less than 24hrs lat­er, its unboxed and on the kitchen counter. My first obser­va­tion is how sim­i­lar it is to the 14 year old Mor­phy Richards. Same lay­out, same con­trols, same func­tion­al­i­ty. I was expect­ing the tin to be more ‘hor­i­zon­tal’, like a con­ven­tion­al loaf, but it is still large­ly ‘ver­ti­cal’, so the loaf will be taller than it is wide.As an engi­neer, I see designs con­stant­ly evolv­ing, but it seems there seems to be very lit­tle change in the bread­mak­er world! I think a lot could be done to improve the pad­dle and heat­ing design. For exam­ple I noticed Ken­wood briefly pro­duced a fan-assist­ed oven, which would pro­duce a faster, more even bake, but they seem to have quit the mar­ket. The pad­dle leaves a hole in the loaf instead of retract­ing or lay­ing flat before the bake.So, the first attempt has to be the book­let recipe for a medi­um white loaf (Pro­gram 1!). 4 hours lat­er and the results speak for them­selves. This was using super­mar­ket ‘very strong’ (Cana­di­an) flour. Ill try the stan­dard flour next as a benchmark.One minor com­plaint: after start­ing the pro­gram the machine does noth­ing for (at least) 30 min­utes. The book­let calls this the ‘rest­ing’ stage, but if you add ingre­di­ents at room tem­per­a­ture it is com­plete­ly point­less, and there is no option to skip it.Otherwise, the book­let is very good and the machine is vir­tu­al­ly silent in operation.Ill try some more recipes, but so far, so good …

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