Alexander
Prompt, preferably inexpensive, models of bread makers.
A prerequisite is that the base material of the bucket is stainless steel.
sazalexter
Alexander There are no such in nature and will not be, due to the incompatibility of stainless steel and bread.
Alexander
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Alexander There are no such in nature and will not be, due to the incompatibility of stainless steel and bread.

It is clear that the inner coating is non-stick, but that the base is made of stainless steel.
And there are such models:
sazalexter
Alexander Believe me, it doesn't matter what the bucket is made of. The technology for manufacturing the oil seal, bearing and the blade itself is of paramount importance. Maybe a cast bucket is still stronger than a stamped one, but that doesn't solve much.
Alexander
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Alexander Believe me, it doesn't matter what the bucket is made of. The technology for manufacturing the oil seal, bearing and the blade itself is of paramount importance. Maybe even a cast bucket is stronger than a stamped one, but that doesn't solve much.

What if the coating is erased?
The aluminum base will oxidize.
Better stainless steel.

What about the oil seal, bearing and blade?
What models are reliable in terms of bucket not flowing?
sazalexter
Alexander It will rub off, it will burn tightly to the stainless steel, not to the silumin. Silumin will not be oxidized, the oxide film and carbon deposits from the oil will interfere. Reliable, Panasonic https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=197192.0
Alexander
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Alexander It will rub off, it will burn tightly to the stainless steel, not to the silumin. Silumin will not be oxidized, the oxide film and carbon deposits from the oil will interfere. Reliable, Panasonic https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=197192.0

Thank you.
The only question is why such a small power, relative to other bread makers (550 W) and at the same time max. bread weight 1250g, how long will it bake?
And will it be baked?
sazalexter
It will bake without problems. Panasonic engineers do not eat their bread in vain, the company is the founder and first manufacturer of home automatic bakeries
Synichyk
I have mirta. Normal bread maker. Its power is 550 W, the maximum weight is 900 g, but the bread is perfectly processed. There were more expensive brands. But the difference is not very big. I don't want to overpay for the logo. Feel free to choose any. Pay attention only to the weight of the bread, to the programs, to the material of the bread pan (it is only important that there is no plastic in the holder). The dispenser is a function no one needs, and besides, it immediately makes the oven cool. Additional forms ... well, if you are an avid lover of buns)))))

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