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Russell Hobbs 10006-10 Breadman Ultimate

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  • Make your own bread quickly and easily
  • Over 110 Cycle Combinations
  • 24 hour baking delay timer
  • 10 minute fully random pause control
  • Customised recipes
  • Removable lid
  • Viewing window
  • Horizontal non-stick pan
  • 500G 750g & 1Kg capacity
  • Easy-clean white finish
  • Instant recall power failure back-up
  • Bake only cycle with variable temperature control
  • Fruit, nut and herb extras dispenser

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Technical Details
Brand Russell Hobbs
Model NumberNBM-220
ColourWhite
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions47 x 38.6 x 30.2 cm
  
Additional Information
ASINB00008WFD1
Best Sellers Rank 1,761,365 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 Kg
Delivery information: We cannot deliver certain products outside mainland UK ( Details). We will only be able to confirm if this product can be delivered to your chosen address when you enter your delivery address at checkout.
Date First Available3 Mar. 2003
  
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Fancy waking up to the smell of delicious freshly-baked bread? Well, with the Breadman Ultimate from Russell Hobbs you can do just that. This great bread machine makes cooking your own bread quick and easy and includes a 24 hour timer that lets you delay baking so that your bread is ready exactly when you want it.

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.



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61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 July 2003
July 2003. After much detailed research on bread machines I recently bought a Russell Hobbs 10006 Breadman Ultimate. It is quite wonderful. There are 110 different settings, but the comprehensive instructions make it easy to understand and simple to use. With all the usual advanced features, 24 hour timer, dispenser, crust colour selector, bake and dough programmes. It also makes cakes, I've made a very good madeira. One of the best features are the 5 personal memory programmes for saving favourite recipes which can be saved or reset to default and saved again. It also bakes 3 different sized loaves. However I would have preferred more than the 16 recipes included. So I bought the Big Book of Bread Machine Recipes by D.R. German from the Amazon bookstore. With over 600 recipes I can't stop baking the most wonderful cheese breads, herb breads, ethnic breads. I'm currently baking a Swedish chocolate bread. No washing up to speak of, no preservatives just wholesome ingredients and perfect results everytime. I love this machine.
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83 of 84 people found the following review helpful By MRS PATRICIA ROJEK on 15 Oct. 2003
I took delivery of my new machine yesterday, and of course had to try it immediately. I have been using a Panasonic breadmaker for about the last 5-6 years, and although the results were always excellent the shape of the loaf is difficult to cut, hence my purchase of the above which bakes a horizontal loaf.
I made one loaf - 2lb size 50-50 wholemeal and white flour baked on the wholemeal set programme with a dark bake and followed the recipe to the letter, apart from sugar which I thought was too much, so instead of 3 tbs used 2 tbs. The bread was excellent. Well risen and beautifully shaped. WONDERFUL to cut! The only complaint I have is that the mixing is noisy - so much so in fact that in comparison with my other machine, which is almost soundless, I would hesitate to use a timer programme overnight. When I have experimented with different programmes, I will report further.
Patricia Rojek
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By bethan on 11 Feb. 2004
We have been considering buying a Breadmaker for a while now but thought that like all the other gadgets in the house it would end up in the cupboard. Well I was wrong!! I took delivery of my machine only yesterday morning and have so far made 3 loaves! Admittedly the first one was quite heavy but after following the included recipe for a lighter loaf the results have been fantastic.
Like one of the other reviewers I have checked the progress after the first kneading session and I must admit that I haven't needed to add anything so last night I set the timer and added the ingredients and awoke this morning at 6.30 to the smell of freshly baked bread!!
I have now vowed not to buy conventional bread anymore. At a £1 a loaf over here having my machine will definitely save me money in the long run and my five year old son absolutely loves the results. I will admit that he was dubious at first but with a bit of coaxing he gave it a try and came back for seconds, what a result! I can even get away with using half brown flour and half white without him moaning so it is definitely a healthier option.
Some people have mentioned about the noise and this did put me off at first but the only noise is during the kneading part, which lasts about 30mins (depending on the setting) and it is certainly no more noisy than any other kitchen appliance.
The only problem I did have was trying to find yeast that wasn't fast acting, however with the Rapid setting on the machine it overcame this set back and my first loaf was ready in just two hours.
I would highly recommend this machine, it is easy to use, easy to clean and gives great results! I can't wait to try out some of the other recipes.
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69 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Mr R W Fernie on 12 Dec. 2003
The Breadman Ultimate is an excellent machine but do not expect it to work miracles.
My wife wanted a breadmaker and, on specification and budget, the breadman ultimate won.
She had never made bread before and was fed up of Supermarket bread, as were the whole family, so a breadmaker was ordered and was soon unpacked and put to work using one of the supplied
recipes.
The end result was not award winning but, coming from a long line of family bakers, I pointed out that it was all down to the flour and not a fault with the machine or the recipe.
Get a good flour and experiment on the amount of water required for that particular flour if need be.
I found that Safeway Strong white works best with the supplied Basic white bread recipe, substitute margerine for the oil and you will get a nicer loaf.
For 50% Wholemeal bread we use Hovis Granary Malted Brown Bread Flour mixed with the Safeway strong white. 260g of each flour, 250ml of water 2tbsp brown sugar, 3/4tsp salt, 2tbsp marg, 2 tsp yeast and away you go on the 2lb setting with dark crust.
Do not get disheartened and blame the machine when things do not work out, just remember that every flour is different and needs a different amount of water to produce the same result as that from another brand of flour.
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67 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 10 Nov. 2003
Extensive research took up days of my life when our previous breadmaker expired. The Americans have been home baking for yonks so it was there that I turned for my information. Two machines are clear favourites amongst that community. One, called the Zojian (or similar) is not available in the U.K. and Russell Hobbs have the U.K. license to make the runner up; the Breadman Ultimate.
It's a marvelous machine, reliable, makes superlative bread and is cheaper than some of it's inferior competition. If only it's pan were dishwasher proof, it would be perfect.
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