Thinking of buying a Morphy Richards bread maker? This guide will tell you all you need to know.
We look at how well they've done in our tough lab tests and whether Morphy Richards owners rate them highly or not.
Morphy Richards is a popular brand for kitchen appliances, including bread makers.
Its bread makers tend to sit at the cheaper end of the market, but does that mean you’ll be missing out on additional features, or that you'll be left with a loaf that doesn’t look good? Read on to find out.
To discover how Morphy Richards performs in testing, and whether any have earned our Best Buy logo, read our Morphy Richards bread maker reviews.
Morphy Richards bread makers rated
Our table below shows how Morphy Richards bread makers have scored in our tests and the definitive Which? verdict on whether Morphy Richards bread makers are worth spending your money on.
You can also see how reliable Morphy Richards bread makers are and whether owners would recommend them, based on a survey of nearly 1,000 bread maker owners.
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Table notes: Reliability rating and customer score based on survey of 99 Morphy Richards bread maker owners in April 2019. Customer score based on how happy owners are with the brand and whether they would recommend it to a friend. Number tested and average test score correct as of July 2019.
Head to our Morphy Richards bread maker reviews to find the best model for you.
How to choose the best Morphy Richards bread maker
Morphy Richards has a small range of bread makers to choose from, including the cheap and popular FastBake 48281 bread maker.
All models have front-facing controls and a viewing window, but the more expensive models have a stylish brushed metal finish and offer more size options and crust settings for your loaf so you can get bread perfectly tailored to your desires.
Some Morphy Richards bread makers have automatic dispensers to let you add extra ingredients. But not all do, and you’ll need to add those manually otherwise. Check what they offer by looking at the tech specs on our reviews.
You can find out other features to look for when choosing a bread maker by reading our guide on the best bread makers.
Best Morphy Richards bread makers
Here are our two top-scoring Morphy Richards models. You'll need to log in or, if not already a member, join Which? to discover which models we recommend.
It's not quite a Best Buy, but this cheaper model makes delicious white and wholemeal bread - and results are even better if you use the delay timer. The paddle doesn't tend to get stuck, so you won’t tear huge chunks out of your loaf when unloading it from the pan. It works quietly, so it won't disturb you if you set it going overnight. And it's easy to clean up when you've finished too.Sign up to reveal
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