- Product Dimensions: 38.4 x 29.3 x 32 cm ; 5.9 Kg
- Item model number: BDM-110
- ASIN: B013HK5HCK
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 2 September 2016
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,19,229 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
Nesco BDM-110 12-Program Automatic Bread Maker, White
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- 480 watts bread maker with 12 program settings
- Large LCD display and viewing window
- Delay function up to 13 hours
- 60 minute keep warm function
- Includes measuring cup, spoon and hot pad mitt
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BDM-110 Features: -10 Minute auto resume after power loss. -580 Watts of baking power. -60 Minute keep warm function. -Delay function up to 13 hours. -Includes 2 measuring cups, spoon, insulated mitt and pan lift hook. -Large LCD display. Number of Items Included: -6. Programmable Settings: -Yes. Timer Included: -Yes. Loaf Size: -1 lb/1.5 lbs. Non-Stick Interior: -Yes. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -11". Overall Width - Side to Side: -13". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -9". Overall Product Weight: -9.6 lbs.
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It produces bread not a good quality and taste
[But first, an update after one year of use ... I'm raising my rating to five stars. This bread machine has consistently turned out beautiful loaves, including from recipes that haven't done so well in other machines. It handles sweet fruit breads that sometimes crater in other machines, moist oatmeal loaves that sometimes don't rise properly in other machines, etc. Maybe the quirky rise cycle, which I originally listed as a negative, really is a better approach. In any case, the machine is batting 1.000, which is remarkable. Also, I was initially concerned about the motor being underpowered, but the machine is still going strong after a year. This bread machine is a great choice.]
+ Good physical design, with the machine's footprint longer in depth than width, so it takes up significantly less counter space than "sideways" models.
+ 1 to 1.5 pound loaf capacity, so it mixes smaller loaves well. Good choice if you're baking for a small audience, or want to bake more often. Comparable to Zojirushi Mini.
+ Very simple controls. Doesn't have a lot of features you won't use. Just pick the type of bread and crust darkness.
+ You can pause the cycle by hitting the Start button again after the cycle starts. This is a very handy feature, and one that's missing from many machines. Allows you to scrape down the bowl more neatly, or pause it briefly if you need more rise time.
+ The pan locks into the base with a twist, similar to the Zo Mini. This holds the pan much better than machines that use side clips (like the Breadman). In models that use side clips, the pan tends to bang and clang. This model is much quieter. Quietest machine I've found since the original full-size Zojirushi. Not silent (since the motor strains -- see below), but no clanging and banging.
On the downside (and the reasons for four stars instead of five):
- Motor seems underpowered relative to the Zo Mini. Given the way the motor groans with a simple white flour recipe, I think it would burn out prematurely if I tried to use this machine to make 100% whole grain recipes very often.
- The cycle is non traditional, and not my favorite. The first knead cycle is fairly short. Then it rests for a while, then does a second knead cycle. Not sure why they structured it this way.
- The display tells me how much time is left, but not what part of the cycle the machine is on. And the manual doesn't explain the lengths of the different parts of the cycle (mix, knead, rise, knock down, rise, bake). I rely on this information, e.g., to know whether to pause the cycle to give the loaf a bit of extra rise time before it starts baking.
- The kneading motor rotates only one direction. Higher end machines switch from clockwise to anticlockwise periodically to help make sure the dough ball is thoroughly needed.
- /+ Beeps, really loudly, during the second kneading cycle to let you know when to add ingredients like nuts or fruits. But it does this even when set on a normal cycle. This means you can't set the machine to turn on a few hours before you wake up. I love to have fresh bread for breakfast, but having this loud, long beep go off about 45 minutes into the cycle means that's not an option. Sadly, this is true with almost all bread machines these days (Zo, Kuissential, Breadman, etc.). Why won't they let us turn this sound off so we can have fresh bread for breakfast!
Overall, this is a good machine compared to the others I've used. If you're looking for a bread machine with a relatively small footprint, that's built for 1 to 1.5 pound loaves, this is a good choice. If you can afford it, I'd recommend the Zojirushi Mini for it's stronger motor, but the Nesco is a good value for the price and is a good choice if you bake most white or mixed recipes rather than 100% whole grain loaves.
UPDATE: Having used this machine for another couple of weeks, my opinion of it is only going up. I really like the smaller footprint, and having a machine that's optimized for smaller loaves is great (I could bake 1 pound loaves in my 2 pound machine, but they did turn out well in the larger pan). I'm still concerned, though, about what seems like a slightly under-powered motor. I'm not sure how long it would hold up doing several dense 100% whole wheat loaves each week. Having said that, if you typically bake lighter, as opposed to dense breads, this machine is an excellent choice. But I still can't forgive them for not providing a way to turn off that annoying beep that signals time to add nuts, raisins, etc. It's loud and annoying during the day, and it means that I can't set the machine to turn on overnight and have fresh bread ready for breakfast. Nesco engineers: Add a way to turn off that beep!
There are a few key issues to keep in mind:
- make sure you use the recommended bread flour vs all purpose. It really makes a difference.
- Sweet breads need to be set to darker crust to ensure they completely cook. An extra 15 minutes beyond the light crust set time is necessary.
- Layer ingredients in the recommended order
- Clean as directed after using
- The beeping doesn't match up with the times in the instruction manual. Wait for the beeping to remove the paddle or to add additional ingredients. Don't watch the timer.
Super easy clean up and the bread pops right out of the non-stick pan. The paddle is easier to leave in the bread and pops right out after baking than trying to take it out at the beeping time. You literally put the ingredients in and push the start button. 2-3 hours later fresh bread!
- takes too long to bake or cook the bread (2-4 hours)
- the loaf is small
- the cooking option can not be changed no matter what once you select start...you can't even stop it or unplug it to change it... you'll have to wait 10 minutes regardless to change the cooking mode...we actually had to contact support because we thought it was broken
- Makes awesome loaves of bread
- It kneads it to perfection...we kneaded it and then put it in the oven and wow the result was phenomenal
- It makes awesome French bread...better than the white bread in my opinion
It's not loud, it's about 14 inches tall and not very wide...it works well with all purpose flour but we will be trying it with bread flour in the future...use "rapid rise yeast for bread machines"...when adding wet ingredients, remove the bucket so you won't accidentally spill...
Be careful when adding yeast and liquid because hot liquid can kill the yeast...follow the recipe.
I recommend this product...I'm glad that it's in my kitchen