Kenwood BM260 Breadmaker
The Kenwood BM260 breadmaker was released at the start of 2011, and is a mid range model with a variety of features. These include a 15 hour delay timer and keep warm function. In this Kenwood BM260 review we’ll discuss the main features of the machine, as well as looking at what other reviews have said about the product.
Kenwood BM260 Breadmaker, White
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Kenwood BM260 Features And Specifications
- The Kenwood BM260 breadmaker is capable of cooking loaves of three different sizes – 500g,750g and 1kg. This gives you a lot of control depending on the situation and occasion that you’re baking the bread for.
- It has a built in 15 hour delay timer – which is longer than most other models on the market – and has a keep warm function that works for up to an hour.
- Other features include “coolwall” technology, a sit in, removable lid and an LCD display.
- The Kenwood BM260 has a white and smooth design that will fit into most kitchens. It has a weight of 6.7kg, and dimensions of 33Lx28Wx30H. The owner of the machine is 455W. It comes with a guarantee of 1 year, although always check with the retailer regarding the warranty before you buy. A recipe book is included with the model so you can get started right away – or you can have a look at our recommended bread making books.
Kenwood BM260 Reviews
There are a number of Kenwood BM260 reviews online, and not all of them are agreed on the quality of the machine. Some reviewers appear to be very happy with their purchase, while others have complaints about the quality of the machine.
Some of the good points mentioned by reviewers include that the Kenwood BM260breadmaker makes great tasting bread and that it is a compact machine. This means you can have it out on the counter even if you have a small kitchen. Other good features include that it has a stylish appearance and is capable of making jam.
There are some negative points mentioned by reviewers though. These include that the dough cycle leaves the results stickier than other bread makers and that it is relatively noisy, especially on the kneading part of the cycle. Whether this is a problem for you depends on the layout and size of your kitchen.