Loaves can be baked in three different sizes (500g, 750g and 1Kg) and the machine also includes three dough-only cycles to help you make bagels, pizza bases, bread rolls and a whole host of other products.
Actually making your bread is as simple as measuring out ingredients and feeding them into the machine before choosing which programme you want the machine to bake with. In total there are over 110 possible cycle combinations and making your own bread gives you the ideal opportunity to experiment with a wide range of ingredients to produce just the flavour you are after. A fruit, nut and herb dispenser makes sure that additional ingredients are added at just the right point in the cycle and there's even a viewing window to let you keep an eye on your masterpiece as it bakes.
Made reasonable bread and I was happy with it until the LCD screen faded out and became unreadable. No spares are available, so the thing is now pretty much useless. Read morePublished on 25 April 2008 by Neppo
When the machine breaks down after less than 2 years, no spares are available, and Salton's customer service is shocking.Published on 1 Mar. 2008 by Reg Trilloe
We have had this breadmaker for just over 2 years and guess what? Yes, you guessed the centre spindle stopped working properly and leaks if you put on a 'delayed programme'. Read morePublished on 4 Jan. 2008 by HillyB
There motor brokedown after 2 years of use. Initally I was very happy with the machine so I also brought one for my parents. That brokedown, same fault, within a year. Read morePublished on 14 Dec. 2007 by Anup
Don't buy this bread machine if you want reliability. It breaks at the drop of a hat. Read more
We had the 10008 model which was great, but, after less than 3 years the bread pan spindle failed and RH were unable to provide a replacement since it was "an obsolete model". Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2007 by H. Brown
I received purchase of the breadman a few days ago, what a wonderful machine this is, I dont beleive in spending money on useless gadgets, but im so pleased the bread is wonderful,... Read morePublished on 20 Feb. 2005 by Mr. J. Kelly
I'm extremely happy with my Russel Hobbs and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys the smell and taste of fresh bread. Iwas given mine Xmas 2001 and never looked back. Read morePublished on 21 Nov. 2004 by Goronwy Owen
Unlike many kitchen gadgets I've purchased this one has not been relegated to the cupboard under the sink! Read morePublished on 19 Nov. 2004 by Shep