Which company makes the best bread makers?

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    Ohyesuare Member

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    I want to start baking my own bread and being a beginner I thought I would get a bread maker. I don't know much about them, I don't mind spending a bit more to get a good quality one. Ideally I would just like to put in all the ingredients and then have fresh bread. So those of you who have one or have had many what brand do you recommend?
     
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    I have a Panasonic which is very good - both my Mum and Grandma have one too and never had any problems with them.
     
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    TwinkleBell Well-Known Member

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    I totally agree: Panasonic is a very good bread maker. It has great range of options, produces good bread and good instructions. This was a good purchased from Amazon.com. I am very satisfied! ;)
     
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    TwinkleBell Well-Known Member

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    I highly recommended, Panasonic brand! It works pretty find, and it is an awesome bread maker that you won't regret buying! ;)
     
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    Panasonic for sure! They're the first ones who made a bread maker and their machines are really resilient. The bread quality is truly amazing. I also own a Panasonic bread maker and I might be a bit biased :)
     
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