Kleopatra9
I am tormented by the choice myself, but I would like to systematize the information I receive and discuss it with you! Write if you have something to say !!!

So: the task has been set - to purchase a bread maker, in which the function of making yogurt is correctly implemented, and which would at least "well" cope with its direct responsibilities - to knead and bake.

The yogurt bread makers I found:

LG HB-2001/2/3 BY (unfortunately, discontinued, and it is not possible to find them on sale now, although the reviews as a bread maker are just wonderful)

LG HB-3003 BYT (came to replace 2000 models, it implements touch control, twisted the appearance and, accordingly, the price increased, since it is still a novelty) But, for all the freshness, there are already a lot of reviews met about poor quality, about delivery to service and so on ... There is no getting away from the fact that even well-known manufacturers are going to reduce the cost and "so that they quickly break down and run to buy a new one" Well, why did they change the entire 2000 line ??? Type of appearance is outdated ... There is a container for yogurt. Prices for August 2014 - 7500-8000

Oursson BM1000JY (an analogue of the Chinese BBK ovens) bakes well according to reviews, only the stories that it is weak, kneads the dough strained, cannot cope with dumplings, etc. It is unclear how long this weak motor will last and how it will pull the thick dough. But the price is attractive. There is a special container for yogurt. Prices for August 2014 - about 4000 (give or take)

Redmond RBM-1906 https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=392738.0

Redmond RBM-M1907 (I came to grope them in the store, leafed through the recipe book, and it turned out that Redmond offers to cook yoghurt directly in the bread bowl, without additional dishes. They tried to shove the branded yoghurt cups in the multit, only two came in. Fiddle for 8 hours because of two cups - I think no one will like it. Well, or choose it yourself. And cooking in the main bowl is harmful, because it is impossible to sterilize it, which means that pathogenic microflora can develop, which our stomachs will have to eat ..) But for those who do not have a multicooker - it can make porridge and pilaf. I didn't need it.

Brand 3801 (It seems like the bread maker is nothing, but in the thread everyone as one says about it that its signals are very loud - which is critical for me - because we have only one door and we often don't close it, because we suffocate in the bedroom in summer.) There would be an opportunity somewhere to test them all for loudness in a real comparison, and not in absentia based on individual reviews. Maybe they are all equally loud? ... There is no special container for yogurt, but there is a scale
It also seemed to me that an analogue / clone of this stove SATURN ST-EC0128 White - only I could not find out about the possibility of making yogurt in it.

Midea AHS15BC budget model, there seems to be a container, the time for fermentation is set, right up to 12 hours. I will still read about her. There are doubts about baking. Although the modes are pleasing: dough, just baked goods ... There is no programmable regina. But for such and such money, where would he come from. The price is still the most pleasant - 2,400 rubles.

By review:
"Yogurt does well (on ultra-pasteurized milk of very long storage - yoghurt turns out to be excellent!). The cycles may not be ideal, but at the exit the bread (cake, cake) are good"

Philips 9016 (the younger model is the 46th, there is no programmable baking mode, and in general there are fewer modes) There is a container for yogurt in the Philips. Prices for August 2014 are around 4200.
Philips 9046 (Both Phillips are plastic, this is a minus of course.it seems that the functions are very suitable, the price only nibbles: for August 2014, around 6800 in all stores, only in the branded i-mage of Phillips they make a 50% discount on it, only delivery to us 2200 comes out - which practically negates the entire discount)

So far I am inclined in favor of Phillips only because at least it is on sale, unlike LG, at least in our Kemerovo stores. (and in online stores, too, is somehow empty in terms of assortment) But I'm not in a hurry to buy, so I'm still thinking, considering all the options and looking for tasty offers
kat-rin-ka
I have a Redmond RBM-M1907 and I am very happy. But the first thing I needed was stainless steel HP, I came across this discounted model by accident, so they took it. She made drinking yoghurt, actimel, kefirchik. I wash the bowl well and sterilize it for a couple over the cartoon.
Kleopatra9
Quote: kat-rin-ka

I have a Redmond RBM-M1907 and I am very happy. But the first thing I needed was stainless steel HP, I came across this discounted model by accident, so they took it. She made drinking yoghurt, actimel, kefirchik. I wash the bowl well and sterilize it for a couple over the cartoon.

Thanks for your feedback! A manager in redmond suggested to me to pick up a plastic container that would fit the bowl, but the problem is that when you remove the spatula, a pin remains at the bottom. (you can order a container from another HP with a yogurt maker - because the principle of the container is the same, like the bowls in which it is placed) But this is already dancing with a tambourine))
sazalexter
Kleopatra9, Did you consider the option of buying separately the yogurt maker and HP? From quiet and reliable HP Panasonic. Yoghurt makers to choose from the sea 🔗
Kleopatra9
Quote: sazalexter

Kleopatra9, Did you consider the option of buying separately the yogurt maker and HP? From quiet and reliable HP Panasonic. Yoghurt makers to choose from the sea 🔗

We now live in a rented apartment, the kitchen here is very small, I have nowhere to put, except perhaps on the floor. This time. And two - I read the topic about yogurt makers - there are such dances with transformers and maintaining the temperature with the help of some adapters .. dear mom. And an expensive yogurt maker costs from 4500 Tefalevskie. And that, as I understood, is not a panacea. And the bread maker, according to reviews, maintains a low temperature well, since the proofing modes are designed for this. Well, they all get yoghurts.
kat-rin-ka
Quote: Kleopatra9
A manager in redmond suggested to me to pick up a plastic container that would fit the bowl, but the problem is that when you remove the spatula, a pin remains at the bottom.
Hmmm, he offered you a strange way out. Indeed, a pin really remains in the bowl if you remove the spatula.
Would you like a slow cooker with a yogurt maker function? It seems to me that it will be cheaper and more convenient. In the cartoon I calmly fit 6 cups
Kleopatra9
Quote: kat-rin-ka

Hmmm, he offered you a strange way out. Indeed, a pin really remains in the bowl if you remove the spatula.
Would you like a slow cooker with a yogurt maker function? It seems to me that it will be cheaper and more convenient. In the cartoon I calmly fit 6 cups

I have a slow cooker and it suits me completely. Why do I need the second? But there is no bread maker and I really want
Kleopatra9
Redmond RBM-1906 A new 1906 white bread maker was brought to a nearby store today and according to the description in the description with a container for yogurt - I went to see this miracle until I bought it !!! - it seems like it differs from 1907 only in a plastic case, it costs 5,000 rubles.

I went! It differs not only in the body. It is smaller, the bucket is different, small (ordinary), 2 scoops included, a container for yogurt like oursons. I liked the build quality and fit of the lid very much. Squeaks, of course, not noiseless. But I really wanted to buy it ... From the experience of the previous purchase, I will sleep with this thought overnight))
Kleopatra9
Once again I carefully looked at the programs and the essence of the Midea AHS15BC stove - and I understand that they are practically the same with Redmond 1906 !!! Maybe not clones, as they call it in the world of technology, but they are very, very similar. At least in terms of functionality. Redmond slightly changed its appearance and doubled the price.Well, in Redmond, a cooking program has been added, which a healthy person will use only in an emergency.
Kleopatra9
In general, since the stores are empty, and your hands are already itching. I took this brand new Redmond 1906, for which there were no reviews or descriptions yet, and decided to try it out. I will write here about the results. For the test I took the ready-made mixture from the store, now she is preparing it. In the first minutes I can say that due to the fact that the stove is light and plastic, and also small and almost square, it sausages so well when kneading, it trembles and vibrates. In the old metal Supra, this was not the case, as probably does not happen with large rectangular models with a metal case. I do not know how this will further affect its service life. She has a guarantee of 25 months, let them fix it if that.
Newbie
Quote: Kleopatra9
Midea AHS15BC is a budget model, there seems to be a container, the time for fermentation is set, right up to 12 hours. I will still read about her. There are doubts about baking. Although the modes are pleasing: dough, just baked goods ... There is no programmable regina. But for such and such money, where would he come from. So, she doesn't have a delay start timer. But the price is still the most pleasant - 2,400 rubles. Since it is available, I am going to drive it live tomorrow! Hmm ... found a review about a loud and squeaky sound, went to the topic and ask around. More details: https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/in...on=com_smf&topic=392601.0

Why so offend the stove? Everything is. And yogurt does well (on ultra-pasteurized milk of very long storage - yogurt turns out excellent!). The cycles may not be ideal, but at the exit of the bread (cake, kesks) - good.
Kleopatra9
Quote: Newbie

Why so offend the stove? Everything is. And yogurt does well (on ultra-pasteurized milk of very long storage - yogurt turns out excellent!). The cycles may not be ideal, but at the exit of the bread (cake, kesks) - good.

Well, it's great that you write and talk about it! I will now correct and add your feedback in the first message.

PS: I left to write about the stove that I chose in a separate topic, just in case there is a link to it
https://Mcooker-en.icdself.com/index.php@option=com_smf&topic=392738.0
nenasha
In my opinion, a separate yogurt maker is unnecessary, I have a multicooker with a yogurt function. But what else and bread makers with such a function do not know

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