Breadman Chrome Ultimate Breadmaker, TR2500BC

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Breadman Chrome Ultimate Breadmaker, TR2500BC
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  • Bakes 1-lb, 1-1/2-lb or 2-lb loaves
  • Makes pizza, bagel and pasta doughs
  • Over 300 programs
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    You love to start your breakfast with toasts? Enjoy fresh and crisply baked breads from the Breadman Chrome TR2500BC Ultimate Breadmaker. Bake loafs up to 2 lbs, cakes, pizzas, bagels, pasta, dough and more with the Breadman Bread Machine. Features include a patented fruit, nut and herb dispenser, a removable lid with a see-through window, and over 300 program combination to bake pretty much anything else under the sun. Bake your foods even in the power failure as it has power failure backup. With the 24-hour delay bake, your bread is ready to eat up to 24-hours later. Also the 2 LB bread machine offers variable temperature to make your bread with full doneness. Featuring oven like light, it lets you to see the status of the bread. The stainless steel breadmaker with sturdy base digitally displays the temperature inside the baking container. Compactly designed silver and black finished breadmaker is easy to carry, maintain also adds style to any kitchen type.

    About this item

    You love to start your breakfast with toasts? Enjoy fresh and crisply baked breads from the Breadman Chrome TR2500BC Ultimate Breadmaker. Bake loafs up to 2 lbs, cakes, pizzas, bagels, pasta, dough and more with the Breadman Bread Machine. Features include a patented fruit, nut and herb dispenser, a removable lid with a see-through window, and over 300 program combination to bake pretty much anything else under the sun. Bake your foods even in the power failure as it has power failure backup. With the 24-hour delay bake, your bread is ready to eat up to 24-hours later. Also the 2 LB bread machine offers variable temperature to make your bread with full doneness. Featuring oven like light, it lets you to see the status of the bread. The stainless steel breadmaker with sturdy base digitally displays the temperature inside the baking container. Compactly designed silver and black finished breadmaker is easy to carry, maintain also adds style to any kitchen type.

    Breadman Chrome TR2500BC Ultimate Stainless Steel Breadmaker:

  • Over 300 program combinations
  • Variable breadmaker settings let it bake 1-lb, 1-1/2-lb, or 2-lb loaves
  • Breadman Ultimate Breadmaker features a patented fruit, nut and herb "add-in" dispenser
  • Versatile and compact breadmaker makes pizza, bagel and pasta doughs
  • Breadman Ultimate Breadmaker also features cakes, "Batter Breads" and jam programs
  • Removable lid with see-through window
  • Instant recall 60-minute power failure backup
  • Oven light
  • 24-hour delay bake
  • "Bake-Only" with variable temperature
  • Not available at Wal-Mart stores


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    Specifications

    Primary Color: Silver
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: TR2500BC
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 20.65
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 11.25 x 15.0 x 18.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 1568360
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    Customer Reviews | 306 reviews | 4.2 out of 5

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    Finally - A Breadmaker I am Very Happy With
    8/12/2007

    Customer review by VicW

    4.0 stars 8/12/2007 by VicW
    by VicW

    I've owned a couple of much more expernsive Zojirushis, but I am much happier with the bread loaves produced by the Breadman. I've made several 1 lb and 1 1/2 lb loaves, using the White and the Caraway Rye recipes, exactly as specified, and they have all been perfectly cooked, with a nice soft crust (I never could accomplish that with the other breadmakers). I love the extensive, and reliable, recipe book included with the breakmaker, in fact I had been using the downloaded pdf version of the same book from the Salton site with my Zojiruchis, previously. The Breadman has an oven light that is a bit of a joke. It lights when the top is lifted slightly, but it is so faint that it is pretty useless, but that is a minor quible. I like the fact that the unit has individual cycles for every size and variety of loaf, which seems to help to insure a properly cooked loaf every time. The layout of the loaf pan results in a 1 lb. loaf that is nicely proportioned for use in a toaster, but the 1 1/2 lb. loaf comes out very tall. All in all, I'm delighted with the Breadman, especially considering the fact that it cost me about 1/3 the price of my most recent Zoji.

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    VicW
    Southern Pines, NC
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:65 or older
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Super Machine
    12/9/2008

    Customer review by IronChef101

    5.0 stars 12/9/2008 by IronChef101
    by IronChef101

    Picked up this bread maker and had the first loaf of bread cooking right off. Never used a bread maker before, and was pleased with the unit. It makes a superb loaf of bread! The fit and finish was 1st rate. However, having read reviews prior to purchase, I made sure that the two side "ears" of the bread pan were perpendicular to the pan, and would lock in to the side locators of the unit. A quick adjusment with needle nose pliers made it perfect. The controls do require reading the manual, which as a man, I hate to do. Swallow the pride and DO READ IT! Things go smoothly once you do. I have cooked quite a few loaves so far, and can't say enough positives about it. The bread and the operation of the TR2500BC have been top notch. The bread pan has remained clamped even during some serious kneeding of heavy dough. The stainless steel shell is sleek and easy to maintain. Have even made some "Cinnabon" Clone cinnamon rolls using the dough making feature and they turned out fantastic. My wife has become a fan and will certainly take over the bread making when I have lost interest and moved on to some other interest. We are quite pleased with this unit!

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    IronChef101
    New England
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
    Can't be counted on.....
    10/20/2009

    Customer review by ShopperTen

    3.0 stars 10/20/2009 by ShopperTen
    by ShopperTen

    I am on my second Breadman machine. They both have had the same problem. When the machi ne enters it's kneading cycle, many times the force of the kneading will cause the pan to pop up. It no longer has contact with the mechanism that rotates the kneading blade and stops (althought the machine continues throught it's whole program). This has happend a few times now when I set the timer and wake up to find an unmixed loaf of half made dough in the machine. A second problem has popped up: the dispenser does not pop open to add the seed/nuts/ raisons, etc... although I do set the Extras button correctly. It seems to 'stick' ever since I had raisons in there. It does make good bread -when it works right-but as this is the second one, I can only assume there is a defect in the design and am going to try a different brand.

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    ShopperTen
    Portland, ME
    Would recommend to a friend? No
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    I would like to use it for the kneading and rising process and bake the bread myself in the oven. Is that possible?
    by an anonymous customer 12/25/2009
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    • A. yes, use the dough only selection, this includes your first rise and it takes 1 1/2 hrs.
      by mamawluvstocook3/21/2015
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    • A. Yes it is!
      by DaphneF3/21/2015
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    • A. Yes. You can customize the settings on the maker to allow you to remove the bread and bake it yourself.
      by BusyMomofTwoPlusOne5/23/2015
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    • A. You can bake any of the recipes in your oven and not use the machine. There are several special recipes that have you take the bread out and add extra ingredients before baking.
      by countrana5/23/2015
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    • A. It will also make jelly. Plus, the dough cycle to make cinnamon rolls, and also a pizza crust cycle.
      by RustyMary3/21/2015
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    • A. Absolutely! This is the way I use the machine 99% of the time. That way I get beautiful loaves without all the kneading.
      by TheFamilyResearcher3/21/2015
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    • A. Yes, use the "dough" setting.
      by roysandy3/21/2015
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    • A. yes
      by lefty403/21/2015
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    • A. Sure, you can get the breadmaker to only knead, or make him only bake. It has a lot of combinations. One of the functions I find neat is that you can add extra's like raisins, and it will deposit raisins at the right time!
      by BreadmanFan5/23/2015
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    by juni399 11/17/2010
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    • A. You put the yeast in with all the other ingredients. You put it in last.
      by DaphneF3/21/2015
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    • A. No. You add it last after all the other ingredients.
      by BusyMomofTwoPlusOne3/21/2015
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    • A. No it is not
      by CMNGlutenFree3/27/2011
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    • A. Yeast is added with all the other ingredients before you select any settings. Just add all ingredients in the order they are listed in the recipe.
      by countrana2/17/2015
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    • A. No, you add it in last and it mixes it in.
      by LSRinTN2/17/2015
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    • A. No. You have to manually add the yeast as the LAST ingredient on top of all of the other ingredients before you start the Breadman mixing function. The Breadman mixing action will blend the yeast with the other ingredients into a perfect loaf. HINT: Sprinkle the yeast evenly across the top of the other ingredients to assure even distribution. Simple.
      by Kelsey293/21/2015
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    • A. With all bread machines, you add the liquid ingredients first, then dry ingredients, yeast you put in last, keeping it completely away from the liquids. When you insert the pan into the machine, and start it, it will mix in the yeast.
      by RustyMary3/21/2015
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    • A. You add the yeast along with the rest of the ingredients. I love this breadmaker and use it a LOT!
      by TheFamilyResearcher3/21/2015
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    by an anonymous customer 12/14/2009
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    • A. No, after you put the ingredients in, that's it! Set it and forget it.
      by DaphneF3/21/2015
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    • A. No. The machine does it all. Add ingredients, select the correct settings, press start, approximately 3 hours later you have yummy fresh bread.
      by BusyMomofTwoPlusOne3/21/2015
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    • A. You do not have to manually punch down the bread but we have found that you do need to scrape the sides during the initial mixing time to make sure all the flour and other things mix properly.
      by countrana6/14/2015
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    • A. No, the machine will knead the dough for you. Depending on the cycle you choose, you can put in the ingredients, place the pan in the machine, choose your setting, and walk away, it will beep when it's done.
      by RustyMary2/17/2015
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    • A. No, it does all of the kneading.
      by TheFamilyResearcher2/17/2015
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    • A. No.
      by roysandy12/1/2014
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    • A. no - does a great joy in 'rise' all by itself
      by dove772/17/2015
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    • A. no, the machine will do a quick spin to "punch" the dough down
      by blueeyedgrl23773/21/2015
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