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Joseph Joseph Bread Bin, White


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  • Clever reversable lid which doubles as a bread board
  • Stylish contemporary design
  • Made from 100% melamine - tough and easy to clean
  • High quality Beech wood lid
  • Size: 18 x 36 x 21 cm
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 21 x 36.2 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 2.6 Kg
  • Item model number: BRBW011CB
  • ASIN: B000OACAQ8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 Mar 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 256,640 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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  • 1 x Joseph Joseph Melamine Bread Bin With Cutting Board Lid (White)

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    Customer Reviews

    4.0 out of 5 stars

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    70 of 70 people found the following review helpful By G. J. Pilkington on 5 Nov 2009
    This bin looked nice and is spacious enough for two people and their bread etc. The lid was oiled as per instructions, top, sides, inside and on the recessed lid with rape seed oil. After a couple of weeks it was redone and has been done like this every 2 weeks. Even so the lid started to distort and warp. Eventually, it will not close properly now at all and I telephoned Joseph Joseph who stated that they had not received any comments re warping lids. I sent them a copy of these reviews. They stated they will replace the lid which was only 3 months old. These reviews are an important tool to use whenever buying a product as they can be used to back up customers comments.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kawage Sol Crist on 9 July 2010
    I love my bread bin but I had to drill some holes on the lid with a fostner bit (to make 2cm holes) because the lid fits too perfectly and humidity made the bread grow mold. Now with 6 holes on the board it is perfect. The bread breathes a little bit and the lid is still perfectly usable as a cutting board. I don't know if others have had this same problem or it's just the humidity in the place where I live combined to the fact that we eat maybe one loaf in 4 days.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D. Mahbouby on 15 Aug 2009
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    The bread bin is a good size and looks clean and takes more than a loaf of bread and rolls plus few cakes etc. The only thing is be carefull not to let it fall as its breakable. The lid is good and solid
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    48 of 53 people found the following review helpful By S. G on 1 Aug 2009
    I have had my eye on this bread bin for weeks having seen it in two shops. The bread bins in the shop displays were perfect so I was surprised to read the reviews on here saying the lids warped (some cases after only two weeks) BUT I suspect this is because the owners of the bin did not read or follow the instructions that came with the bin. I received my bread bin from amazon today. The wooden lid was separately wrapped in plastic with absorptive silica. Inside the bin was a slip of paper detailing how to care for the wooden lid. Read the instructions and follow them. The wooden lid appears UNTREATED and so it requires OILING prior to use and also frequently thereafter. This is not a daunting task. All you need is a thin cloth or kitchen roll which you will use to rub vegetable oil into the wooden lid. Make sure you do both sides, the edges and the sunken round handle. Of course I will be getting back to you if despite this the lid warps but I am fairly confident this is the missing link. Enjoy your bread bin.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Richly Fruited on 30 Aug 2010
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    We saw this in a large store near where we live but wondered if Amazon had them, sure enough they did and at a lower price so I went ahead and ordered one despite some poor reviews saying the lid warped. The breadbin turned up a couple of days later but on inspection the lid was slightly scuffed and there was a crack on the main plastic body going from the top to about a quarter of the depth. I contacted Amazon and requested a replacement via their returns process which worked brilliantly (no complaints there). Another one turned up very quickly as Amazon changed the standard delivery to first class at no extra cost because of the inconvenience caused. The new breadbin looked great, no cracks and the wooden top fitted perfectly. However a few weeks on and much to my disappointment the lid has warped and doesn't fit very well at all - it started 'bowing' a couple of weeks after it arrived and seems to have got worse. So to summarise I wouldn't recommend it and am somewhat annoyed I didn't heed the warnings other reviewers have made.
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    20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By C. Cottrell on 14 Mar 2008
    This is a lovely bread bin which looks great and is a generous size - big enough for a large loaf plus rolls, etc. The white melamine body is easy to clean. The wooden lid looks solid and chunky - you can also use it as a bread board. However, after only a couple of weeks just sitting in my kitchen, the lid started to warp and no longer fits properly. It's a lovely idea but I wouldn't buy it again.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Hepburn Graeme Raymond on 8 Feb 2010
    Great product and service provided by Amazon. The product was initially delivered with a defect but amazon efficiently looked after providing a replacement.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ann on 12 Jan 2011
    I purchased the white bread bin in August 2010. I felt that the instructions were misleading in that they mentioned washing the lid in hot soapy water and oiling it on a regular basis. I certainly didn't wash the lid, I just wiped it down with an antibacterial wipe and then used a piece of kitchen roll with ordinary vegetable oil on it and rubbed it in on both sides. It only took a couple of minutes. Since then I have actualy stained the lid a darker colour (with wood dye) to match in with the colour scheme of the kitchen. There is no problem with the lid, it fits perfectly within the ridges of the bread bin and I cannot see that it will warp unless I put it in water and as I do not use it as a cutting board, then this shouldn't be a problem.

    The bin itself is a good size, it holds 1 large loaf (Warburtons thick sliced)and a small french stick providing they are laid sideways. You cannot 'stand' 2 loaves side by side even though they will fit in the bin as the lid would squash them. To store 2 small loaves upright is not a problem.
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