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Which? verdict on latest Panasonic breadmakers

New results in for Morphy Richards models, too

New Panasonic breadmaker SD-257

The upgraded SD-257 Panasonic breadmaker.

The latest round of Which? expert breadmaker lab tests have revealed two new Best Buys – but which ones are the best thing since sliced bread? 

Our breadmaker reviews now cover more than 80% of the breadmaker market, so whatever popular model or brand you’re after, there’s a good chance we’ve reviewed and rated it. 

Find out exactly how the latest breadmakers performed, and which ones are Best Buys, by heading to the Which? breadmakers review. Our breadmakers video buying guide also includes insider buying tips from Which? experts.

Reviews just published online include five of the newest breadmakers to hit the high street, joining almost 30 other reviews of the most popular models available from brands including Panasonic, Morphy Richards, Argos and Breville. 

New Panasonic breadmakers

Which? breadmakers expert Lisa Galliers says: ‘Both Panasonic and Morphy Richards launched new ranges earlier this year, and we know these are popular brands with our members, so couldn’t wait to get the new models tested as soon as possible.

‘All the breadmakers we test are put through their paces by baking several loaves of white and brown bread using different settings. 

‘We test standard baking settings as well as the delay setting and rapid bake options, although we tend to find results using this latter setting aren’t great.’

Breadmaker bread

Some breadmakers have special dispensers to make adding fruits and nuts easier.

Best breadmaker brands

Why not ditch boring supermarket loaves and bake your own bread? Not only can you make it exactly to your own taste, you can also experiment with different ingredients such as nuts or raisins. 

If you’re unsure about what model to choose then check out the Which? breadmakers buying guide or our guide to the best breadmaker brands.

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