The 18036 Russell Hobbs Breadmaker can make 1 lb, 1.6lb and 2.2 lb loaves and its 55-minute fast-bake function means you can have a nutritional, tasty loaf ready within an hour. The 12 programmable combinations allow you to bake basic, French, wholewheat, cake, pizza dough and even jam, and the breadmaker comes equipped with an adjustable crust control option based on your preference of a light, medium or dark crust. The 13-hour 'delay bake' timer is the most helpful control youandrsquo;ll find on a breadmaker: set your breadmaker before you go to bed and youandrsquo;ll wake up to the smell of deliciously baked bread the next morning. The easy-to-follow LCD display makes the baking experience easy and quick while watching the progress of your loaf through the large viewing window. In the event of a power failure, the power cut-off memory function will remember your chosen program up to seven minutes after the power has been cut. For added convenience, the bread pan and kneading blade are both non-stick and are dishwasher safe, making cleaning up a breeze. A few grams here or a teaspoon there can have a big effect on the taste, texture and appearance of your loaf so, unless youandrsquo;re an expert at judging by eye, make sure you use exact measures to be spot on. Your bread bakes in a non-stick bread pan. This contains the kneading paddle, a rotating shaft that drives the paddle and a handle to lift the pan out of the breadmaker. Use plastic rather than metal utensils on the non-stick surface and wash the pan by hand. The 18036 Russell Hobbs Breadmaker has insulated outer walls that stop the surfaces from getting too hot during baking. The kneading paddle mixes the ingredients in the bread pan and kneads them into dough. When you clean the pan, remove the kneading paddle as some baked bread can accumulate beneath it, which could affect the efficiency of the breadmaker.