Adventurer
Long chose the stove, read the forum. I really wanted to buy a Delonghi 125 (programmable), but we can't find it. Panasonic 255 seemed too expensive (at least for us).

Finally I decided to buy the Unold 8690 (smaller than the 8695 model). I liked the fact that the machine is of high quality (I hope), and also the possibility of programming (one additional program).

The model is produced in Germany for the domestic market. I ordered it via e-bay, now I can’t wait until they bring it. Then I’ll write what and how ...

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Maybe you shouldn't overpay for brands?
bowt
It is interesting! Have you seen the instructions for 8690? Is the 8695 programmable too? Where to watch-download?
Adventurer
Quote: bowt

It is interesting! Have you seen the instructions for 8690? Is the 8695 programmable too? Where to watch-download?

Models 8690 and 8695 are both programmable (unfortunately only one add-on program). The instruction can theoretically be downloaded from 🔗but the link doesn't work.

I'll wait for the stove, then I'll write what and how. The price is very attractive ...
Mams
Interesting machine By the way, the site is working. Only I did not find instructions there. And your model is not there either. There are only 8695 and 8660 - it looks like this is the development of one idea.

But the new model is very similar to the Kenwood 256th. It even has a backlight!

Get it, tell me by all means - horror, how interesting
Adventurer
Quote: Mams

Interesting machine By the way, the site is working. Only I did not find instructions there. And your model is not there either. There are only 8695 and 8660 - it looks like this is the development of one idea.

But the new model is very similar to the Kenwood 256th. It even has a backlight!

Get it, tell me by all means - horror, how interesting

Interestingly, there is no information on the 8690 on the website - maybe it's just an old model? But the 8690 is the model that received the first place when testing the stoves (in principle, it is the same as the 8695, but without a metal case, and cheaper).

Here is a description of the 8690:

As you can see, the price there is even lower than the official selling price. I get about $ 80 with delivery (almost the same as buying a Severin).
Adventurer
Just read about this stove - there is a toothed belt on the drive

I hope the construction is well done ...
Adventurer
Well, today I got a stove. Now they won't wait until the end of the work

Together with the stove, instructions, even in English. Looked - interesting - about 50 recipes for bread are already attached - including bread made from yogurt, herbs and other interesting recipes.

Yes, the stove is precisely programmable:

first dough kneading time: 0-15 minutes

time of the first "proving of the test" - 0 - 100 minutes

second kneading time: 0-15 minutes

time of the second "proving the test" - 0 - 100 minutes

Time for "proving the dough" - 0 - 120 minutes

Baking: 0-70 minutes.

Adventurer
Quote: Mams

Thank you, Yana. I'll have to see go

Adventurer, Congratulations! If there are interesting recipes - do not consider it a work, translate for us, okay?

Of course!

And there are many interesting recipes:

* French bread with bacon
* anchovy bread
* winemaker's bread
* potato bread
* cottage cheese bread
* yogurt bread
* beer bread
* French bread with honey
* onion bread
..............

And many other recipes. I can't wait to experiment! That's it, I'll run to the store in the evening to buy groceries
Tempr


12 programs for baking bread, 56 possible combinations

Isn't this actually analogous to programming?
Are there any owners of such a stove?
Celestine
The most ordinary stove without programming. And 56 combinations are for example, sweet with raisins, light crust, dark crust, medium crust sweet without raisins ... the same. ... and so on for all programs.
Viki
So this is my beauty! Except for other letters (instead of "Alaska"), I did not find any other differences !!!
Tempr
Who is the manufacturer?
Can you briefly what kind of stove and its disadvantages / advantages?
Viki
Take a look: https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...mf&Itemid=26&topic=1997.0
there about Alaska and programs, pros and cons .... We have one manufacturer and the stoves are the same.
anka2005
For weight 750 and 900 gr
3 peel colors
12 programs:
1 regular
2 French
3 Whole bread
4 Fast
5 Sweet
6 Ultra Fast-1
7 Ultra Fast-2
8. Dough
9. Sandwiches
10. Jam
11. Cake
12. Baking

The little book leaves much to be desired - a few words (I just wrote them) and about 15 recipes.
Not a word about the time spent on kneading, trimming and baking.
(I was able to determine only the total time for the modes. For example, that for mode 1 at 900 degrees it is 3 hours. For 2 - 3.5. 3 - 3:40, etc.)

Help mi, please, who can!
Someone has this beast, or a similar one, or maybe you know where to download a human manual, etc., otherwise I want to spread the crust before baking and I don't understand when it starts baking!

UPD: Experimentally, we managed to find out that the 1st batch for program 1 lasts 10 minutes. Simple 20 minutes. The second batch is 15 minutes. What's next - I don't know and I couldn't find anything on it on the internet

nikkoz
Who used / can suggest something?

According to the manufacturer's description:

-the ability to independently set the time for kneading, raising and baking (that is, as far as I understand the same notorious programming as in Delongy 125)

2 bakeware:
- large baking dish for one large loaf (900 g or 1125 g)
- double baking dish for two loaves of 450 g
which is more than convenient ...

lesinka
Since yesterday I have been reading `` from the bushes '' your forum. I am faced with the choice of which bread maker to buy, today I liked this ETA, read on the Czech forum all who bought are calm, write that it works quietly, is reliable, etc. Maybe some of you are familiar ... Please advise
Chef
Yes, you can see this unpopular bread maker =)
sazalexter
Quote: lesinka

Since yesterday I have been reading `` from the bushes '' your forum. I am faced with the choice of which bread maker to buy, today I liked this ETA, read on the Czech forum all who bought are calm, write that it works quietly, is reliable, etc. Maybe some of you are familiar ... Please advise
She looks like something
And here is the happy owner of the device Povorenock
https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=9966.0
It is customary for manufacturers to order products from third-party factories, according to ODM agreements, after which they mold their own label and go
lesinka
Wow! sazalexter, you are a true tracker! Interesting information. We have not bought the stove yet, but here on the forum two models are in the lead and we will choose https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...tion=com_smf&topic=9843.0 We will most likely buy in Hungary there cheaper. While I am gaining experience from you, collecting information. thanks for the answer
sazalexter
lesinka I was glad to help you! Not a tracker of course: red: it's just my job ...
In Hungary it is cheaper, the guarantee is still European. And it breaks very rarely. Good choice!
Gmp
These stoves, like all unold products, are manufactured in china. There is no "German quality" in them, it is better to buy the same stoves with a different name in the area.
Rina
I have the possibility of purchasing a bread machine in Germany. However, the nominal voltage in the mains is 230 V, and our standard is "Soviet", that is, 220.
Adventurer, please tell me, how does a "foreign" bread machine work in such conditions? Not faced with the elementary unbaked bread? After all, if in a waffle iron (I have it just under the German standard of the electrical network), the cooking time is controlled by a person, then in a technique such as a bread machine, the duration of baking is set by the program.
Celestine
Quote: Rina72

I have the possibility of purchasing a bread machine in Germany. However, the nominal voltage in the mains is 230 V, and our standard is "Soviet", that is, 220.
then in a technique such as a bread machine, the duration of baking is set by the program.

I have a German stove and it is unold, with a voltage of 230 ... it works perfectly, our voltage does not bother it
Rina
Celestine, Thank you. Otherwise, I aimed at their hybrid HP with a multicooker. Now I will, with an almost clear conscience, "strain" my husband for his business trip
staroksana
Hello ... and who has and uses the KN1170 bread maker ..
share your impressions ..

BIFINETT KH 1170 is the full name
dan_Ira
Help girls, please, translated the instructions, and did not understand some of the designations, and therefore did not try many recipes, maybe someone knows what it means:
Olive oil 1 tblsp?
Dry yeast 2/3 bag ???
Salt ½ tsp ??? -
I myself translated, thought out logically, such as yeast, which means a teaspoon or a tablespoon, but alas, a finger to the sky, for example 2/3 bag yeast, is not enough for a teaspoon, for a canteen too ... there is a package, but how much is a package. In general, who knows - tell me
Alim
English notation
1 cup = 250 ml flour, liquid
1tbsp = 15 ml rast. oil
1tsp = 5ml yeast
What kind of language do you have?
Zest
dan_Ira

1 tblsp - 1 tbsp. the spoon
2/3 bag - 2/3 sachets
½ tsp - 1/2 teaspoon.
dan_Ira
Quote: Zest

dan_Ira

1 tblsp - 1 tbsp. the spoon
2/3 bag - 2/3 sachets
½ tsp - 1/2 teaspoon.
Thank you,
yes, now I just want to find out what is meant by a bag (i.e. how many grams are in the entom bag)
Nevushka
This stove is very interested! According to the characteristics and price found, it suits me, but I would like to hear reviews about this model. I did not find instructions for it on the Internet
dan_Ira
Quote: Alim

English notation
1 cup = 250 ml flour, liquid
1tbsp = 15 ml rast. oil
1tsp = 5ml yeast
What kind of language do you have?
I lost the instruction, downloaded it in the net, a language like German, there is also English but there without recipes
So far I can’t figure it out with the yeast, everything that I baked according to the instructions in my HP, then the roof broke, then the bread stuck, then it was cooked. Others are obtained without problems, so apparently I don't understand this with yeast, or our yeast is not the same as in Germany
For example, baked (tried)
REGULAR WHITE BREAD
Bread weight, approx.
500 g 750 g
Water 230 ml 350 ml
Salt ¾ tsp 1 tsp
Sugar ¾ tSP 1 tsp
Semolina 100 g 150 g
Flour, type 550 230 g 350 g
Dry yeast 1/2 bag 3/4 bag
Program: SCHNELL (Fast)
For 500 grams of bread, I threw a teaspoon, - boiled, threw two, - stuck, threw one and a half tablespoons of dry yeast, - tore the roof off
FEEDER
I am addressing myself as a more experienced baker. Does anyone know about HP "Maestro" MR 750? How is it in operation? Is it possible to bake rye or Borodino bread in it?
Nevushka
FEEDER, user anka2005 has such a stove, try to refer to it.
FEEDER

Help mi, please, who can!
Someone has this beast, or a similar one, or maybe you know where to download a human manual, etc., otherwise I want to spread the crust before baking and I don't understand when it starts baking!

Good day!
I also have such a furnace: "Maestro MR 750". I recently bought and baked bread in it several times. I sent you a message, but did not receive an answer: I don’t know whether it came or not. I can not find information on this HP anywhere. In my opinion (I compared visually and according to programs) the Maestro plant is an exact copy of the Binaton 1068 plant. On the model of this HP there is a detailed instruction on the Internet. I printed it out. But this manual does not contain any information on the timing of the proposed programs. I will say that KHP bakes wheat bread perfectly, but rye bread is not bad, but the top of the bread constantly "sits down". I also experimentally filmed time characteristics in two modes: "Basic" and "French bread". Perfectly kneads the dough on dumplings, the wife is very happy. If you have anything new on this HP, please answer. Thanks in advance.
anka2005
FEEDER, I sent you a message 10 minutes after I received it. I'll repeat it now just in case ..
And visually, etc. - this is a copy of one and the Liberton stoves.
sorokad
I ordered myself a BREVILLE BBM600 bread maker, maybe someone from the members of the forum is familiar with this machine, can tell about it, the company is not familiar to me and information about x / n is minimal. you also need instructions in Russian.
Here's everything I found about x / n

Maybe you shouldn't overpay for brands?

Fresh bread doesn't get any fresher, or easier than with this stylish ikon ™ Baker's Oven. Now with a gluten free program, 3 loaf sizes and an automatic fruit and nut dispenser, you can make a wide variety of bread, dough, pasta and even jam combinations.

Features:

- Automatic and manual program settings, including pasta and jam programs
- Now with gluten free program
- Multiple loaf sizes - 1.25kg, 1kg & 750g
- Stainless steel design
- Unique collapsable kneading blade, maximises loaf slices
- Exclusive automatic fruit and nut dispenser which automatically drops fruits, nuts and herbs into the dough at the right
time - no need to wait
- The Pause function is ideal for creative bread making allowing you to remove the dough for shaping, filling or braiding
- Pasta Dough setting to make your favorite flavored pasta dough
- Pizza Dough setting for delicious home-made pizzas
- Electronic LCD Screen
- 13 hour preset timer
- 12 month replacement guarantee
- Comes with a full instruction guide that includes over 150 delicious recipe ideas to try, including recipes for prepackaged bread mixes
- Made by Breville

Some of the Suggested Recipes include:

- Sun-Dried Tomato Bread
- Garlic Bread
- Onion Bread
- Black Olive & Basil Bread
- Pesto & Pinenut Bread
- Pumpkin Bread
- Pecan & Maple Syrup Bread
- Apple & Spice Bread
- Walnut & Coffee Bread
- Lemon Butter Bread
- Chocolate Chip Bread
- And many others!
RybkA
sorokad, I can't advise anything specific, since I myself have never seen such a brand, but I can translate ...

You can't get fresh bread easier and fresher than with this stylish bread maker. Now, with the gluten-free bread program, the choice of one of three loaf sizes, the automatic nut and fruit dispenser, you can make a great variety of bread, dough, pasta and even jam.
Specifications:
- automatic and manual use of programs, including the noodle dough program and the jam program;
- added a program for baking gluten-free bread;
- selection of the size of the bread weight: 1.25 kg, 1 kg and 750 g;
- body color - stainless steel;
- a unique removable kneading knife, the thinnest possible crust of bread (there may be inaccuracies in translation);
- an exclusive automatic dispenser for fruits, nuts and herbs, will add all the ingredients at the right time by itself. Now there is no need to wait for a signal to download;
- the PAUSE function is ideal for making bread when you need to shape, fill or braid the dough before baking;
- PASTA function for kneading dough for pasta / noodles;
- PIZZA function for kneading dough for delicious homemade pizza;
- electronic LCD panel;
- delayed start function up to 13 hours;
- warranty period is 12 months;
- a recipe book is attached to the instructions, which includes more than 150 recipes for making bread.

Here are some recommended recipes:

- bread with dried tomatoes;
- garlic bread;
- onion bread;
- bread with basil and black olives;
- bread with peanuts and pine nuts;
- pumpkin bread;
- bread with maple syrup and pecans;
- spicy apple bread;
- bread with walnuts and coffee;
- butter lemon bread;
- bread with chocolate chips;
- and much more.
Avreliy
I want to order an unold stove, can anyone know in what language the signatures to the buttons (or on the stove itself) and on the indicator itself are made?
Nisaja
Answer the owners of this bread machine !!! We also want to order. Are there recipes in the instructions in Russian?
marinal
I don't have such a stove, but I have a pribluda for sandwiches + a donut baker + a waffle iron + a grill, in short, it's all in one. Well, what can I say about this company .... only sandwiches turned out to be weak, after the first baking, the white paint on the top panel turned yellow and swelled in the places of the heaters. I bought it in Neckerman. Well, I can't say that I am very happy
RybkA
I have the opportunity to buy Unold Backmeister 8650 for a modest price. Who can tell how it differs from 8690/8695?
YuliaS
Help me please.
We were presented with a Le CAF bread maker model Nr BGB-404 TS-018S There is no instruction in Russian. I can't find it on the Internet either. And so I want to try. I would only use instructions, otherwise there are even non-Russian buttons on it
RybkA
Quote: JuliaS

Help me please.
We were presented with a Le CAF bread maker model Nr BGB-404 TS-018S There is no instruction in Russian. I can't find it on the Internet either. And so I want to try. I would only use instructions, otherwise there are even non-Russian buttons on it
What language is the instruction in?
RybkA
Quote: RybkA

I have the opportunity to buy Unold Backmeister 8650 for a modest price. Who can tell how it differs from 8690/8695?
And today I went to look at Unold 8650. Used stove from Germany. There is nothing to it, no glass, no instructions. Panel in German. I'm not very German. There is 1 program for your own recipe. Interestingly, the program is for recording in English. All programs start with preheating, I could not remove it to check if the screws are spinning?
Tell me, if there is no glass, you can do with any other meter?
Celestine
Quote: RybkA

And today I went to look at Unold 8650. Used stove from Germany. There is nothing to it, no glass, no instructions. Panel in German. I'm not very German. There is 1 program for your own recipe. Interestingly, the program is for recording in English. All programs start with preheating, I could not remove it to check if the screws are spinning?
Tell me, if there is no glass, you can do with any other meter?

The stove is like a stove, use any glass, but you can check it on the short program "dough", there leveling is 5 minutes.
YuliaS
Quote: RybkA

What language is the instruction in?

German. If you translate through an electronic translator, it turns out clumsy and incomprehensible
lyulya
Quote: Nisaja

Answer the owners of this bread machine !!! We also want to order. Are there recipes in the instructions in Russian?

stove manufacturer - Austria (not CHINA or KOREA, which is very important)! only in my case, not in a plastic case, but in a metal one, it is a little more expensive! I have been using this bread maker since July! I bake 3 times a week! Bomb-pictures have not made bread yet, but it leaves with a Hurray! there are instructions and recipes in Russian! I downloaded a lot of recipes from this wonderful site! I read carefully the instructions for the recipes and GO to experiment! I really like buckwheat and rye bread, I changed the assortment of different types of flour myself! So I bake rye not 50/50, but 70/30 (70 - wheat, and 30 - rye, buckwheat and coarse grinding!)! buy safely! I constantly bring bread to work, who tried it, they ran to order ovens for themselves and hammer me, when will they become bakers! Dare is not advertising, but life! if I don’t like something, I will never advise !!!
Nisaja
Oh, thanks for the answer !!! We thought we wouldn't wait! And the case there is metal and they offer it, so we dare take it.
lyulya
how to buy inform! I also forgot to say (though for such suckers like me everything is described in the instructions) the first time when the stove warmed up from the air slots, steam was coming, I was terribly scared and was going to pull it out of the outlet, but my work was a pity! it turned out that during the first baking, the heating elements just burn out a little, because they are processed by something! but now I'm not afraid of anything! here on the forum one girl complained about household appliances of this company from nikerman! probably she was just unlucky! I buy all electrical appliances, power tools there, because I live in my house - everything is of high quality and there are no problems! read the instructions carefully! my houses completely abandoned store-bought bread, rolls, etc., start with the attached recipes - only for quick baking, everyone complains about all the ovens, I have not had time to try

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