Panasonic SD 2501WXC Breadmaker

This model is actually exactly the same product as the SD2500 but with the additional automatic fruit and nut dispenser.

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BM150 Front
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BM150 Front

As one of the best selling brands of bread machine, the Panasonic SD-2501 is available in a complete range of online stores, some of which offer optional extras to make your bread making even easier.

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SD 2501WXC Breadmaker Review

The automatic fruit and nut dispenser does increase the price by about £20, but if you are going to make breads that include seed, olives, sun dried tomatoes or any other delicious extra ingredient, then this is money well spent. Though all this is possible with the SD-2500, the SD-2501 will automatically place the extra ingredients in the pan at just the right time without you having to hang around for hours on end waiting for the beep.

Home Made Jam Anyone?

Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that Panasonic have finally come to their senses and added a jam and compote facility to this range. You won't realise how useful this option is until you use it, but once you've tasted home made jam on freshly baked bread, there is no going back.

But the added extras don't stop there. The SD-2501 bread maker also includes the new 100% Gluten Free bread option that enables you to use bread mixes or create your own recipes that contain no gluten at all but actually taste pretty good.

The Rye bread option is still available and the second mixing blade created specifically for this type of baking continues to be included in the package completely free. But now there is also a speciality function included as well so that you can make use of even more exotic flours and continue to create fantastic loaves.

The upgraded design of the new range continues with this model which looks sleeker and more appealing than previous machines. But as the entire product weighs only 6.9kg, it is easy enough to move in and out of cupboards if you are crazy enough to want to hide this beauty away.

Possible Drawback

As with any other breadmaker from Panasonic, the drawback of this model is the time it takes to make the bread. They say the best things come to those who wait and if you buy this model you are going to be waiting nearly 2 hours for a rapid loaf and between 4 and 6 hours for most other products. We think this is time well spent, and with a 13 hour delay start timer it's not as if you have to be waiting around for your bread to cook.

The old adage of the mixing blade staying in the bread also continues to be an issue with the SD-2501WXC. But frankly it takes two seconds to pull the blade free from the bottom of the loaf when it has finished cooking so this really shouldn't be something to influence your decision.

Conclusion

In summary, it is true to say that, like most of the country, we are huge fans of the complete range of bread machines from Panasonic and the SD-2501 WXC lives up to their glowing reputation. The sleek design, new features and the addition of the jam and compote facility means that, though you will pay more for a Panasonic breadmaker, it really is worth every penny.

SD 2501WXC Breadmaker User Reviews

6th October 2014

I can only say well worth the money

By Nick

21st October 2013

Disappointed that this model does not have a separate Cake Make Program, but at least, Wright's Flours give clear successful instructions on how to make with their Cake Mixes.

Otherwise, another superb piece of Panasonic Domestic Machinery.

By John Byron-Jones

18th March 2013

For me not worth the extra money for fruit and nut.. so I bought SD-2500 model instead... it was cheaper..

By KErry

14th March 2013

I'm a 35 year old bloke living by myself. I was bought this as a gift and thought I'd never use it but I actually do surprisingly. It is easy to clean (takes 5 mins) and easy to use, just put in the ingredients. Great for lazy people like me and produces good quality bread.

By Mark

18th February 2013

This is by far the best bread maker I have ever owned. I used to have an old Kenwood model but much prefer the Panasonic. One thing I noticed, is that the timer isn't available for some of the pre-set programs. However, this isn't such a big deal, especially for the fast bake option - as you're probably not going to need to use the timer if you're in a rush. All in all, easy 5 stars.

By Andrew Packwood

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How Does The SD 2501WXC Stack Up?

The following table summarises the features on the best selling breadmakers in the UK:

Manufacturer

Model

Capacity (kg)

Dimensions (cm)

Power (watts)

Progs.

Price

AFK Germany

BM3

1.30

47 x 30 x 31

800

10

£ N/A

AFK Germany

BM2N

0.90

47 x 30 x 31

600

12

£ N/A

Andrew James

Premium

0.90

36 x 29 x 36

600

12

£ N/A

Breville

AWT BR11

1.25

41 x 27 x 30

650

12

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM150

0.70

28 x 24 x 30

600

3

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM250

1.00

31 x 25 x 25

480

12

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM256

1.00

31 x 35 x 25

480

12

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM350

1.00

31 x 39 x 29

645

14

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM450

1.00

31 x 39 x 24

780

15

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM260

1.00

28 x 30 x 33

455

11

£ N/A

Kenwood

BM366

1.00

28 x 30 x 33

470

11

£ N/A

Lakeland

My Kitchen Compact

0.45

31 x 22 x 25

530

11

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Accents 48271

0.90

28 x 24 x 30

600

12

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Compact 48245

0.68

22 x 22 x 28

600

10

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Fastbake 48268

0.90

31 x 39 x 29

600

12

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Fastbake 48280

0.90

31 x 39 x 29

600

12

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Daily Loaf 48330

0.45

22 x 24 x 28

600

5

£ N/A

Morphy Richards

Easy Use 48322

0.90

31 x 39 x 29

600

13

£ N/A

Moulinex

ABKEP1

0.75

22 x 24 x 28

600

11

£ N/A

Palson

Bake Pro

1.00

31 x 25 x 25

800

12

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD254

1.20

28 x 37 x 33

550

16

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD255

1.20

28 x 37 x 33

550

18

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD 2500WXC

0.80

28 x 37 x 33

550

9

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD ZB2502BXC

0.80

26 x 38 x 39

550

11

£ N/A

Panasonic

SD 2501WXC

0.80

28 x 37 x 33

550

11

£ N/A

Prima

ABM30

0.90

28 x 37 x 33

720

12

£ N/A

Prima

ABM31

1.36

30 x 37 x 33

920

12

£ N/A

Russell Hobbs

Breadman 12683

1.00

30 x 37 x 33

600

7

£ N/A

Russell Hobbs

18036

1.00

35 x 31 x 34

660

12

£ N/A

Russell Hobbs

Fast Bake 17887

1.35

30 x 45 x 28

1100

11

£ N/A

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