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Milex550W Bread Master (Model: MBM001)


Retail: R2,400

Fresh homemade bread, baked every day in the comfort of your own kitchen. It’s now easy with the Milex Bread Master to bake delicious breads with the whole process being handled for you from start to finish, all at the touch of a button or two. The Milex Bread Master is equipped with a 13-hour delay start feature so you can bake fresh bread at any time and it has a 1-hour feature for quick bakes. The large Capacity of 550watts is ideal for larger families. 

Developed with nutrition in mind, the Milex Bread Master settings include gluten-free, quick bread, sweet bread, cake intelligent Seed & Nut Dispenser & Non-stick pan. The detachable Seed & Nut Dispenser releases the ingredients automatically at the optimum time, while the pan is designed to make the bread evenly baked and stay easy to clean. 

You can also adjust the style of your crust from light, medium or dark with the adjustable crust control and the convenient viewing window allows you to control the bread-making process at all times. The Milex Bread Master has a large LCD display with a backlight and intuitive button controls for easy operation. A stylish sleek stainless steel design blends in well with any kitchen.

Product Features
  • Stainless steel body with Chrome Finish
  • With 12 digital programs
  • LCD display with light background
  • Single kneading blades
  • Adjustable crust control with LIGHT, MEDIUM and DARK
  • Removable Non-stick bread pan
  • DC motor and SUS heating tube
  • Loaf Size of 900g
  • Gluten-Free Program
  • Non-slip feet
  • Removable Seed & nut automatic dispenser
  • Free measuring cup & spoon
Product Specifications
  • 13 Hours programmable delay timer
  • 1 Hour keep warm function
  • 220-240V~ 50Hz 550W
  • Dimensions: 36 x 28 x 37cm
  • Weight: 5.02kg
  • Model: MBM001 
  • Warranty: 12-months
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