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Costway Automatic Stainless Steel Bread Maker 2Lb Programmable Bread Machine Silver New

Item# SPM15427890224 | Model# EP23610US | Added on November 2, 2018 |
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Costway Automatic Stainless Steel Bread Maker 2Lb Programmable Bread Machine Silver New
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$179.99
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This is our brand new bread maker which will satisfy all your bread needs with 19 automatic programs. You are able to make soft bread, sweet bread, natural sourdough, French bread, whole-wheat, quick bread, sugar-free, multigrain, gluten-free, buttermilk bread, bread dough, pizza dough, pasta dough, leaven dough, cake and so on using our bread maker. And you will enjoy the most fresh bread on a hurry morning due to its reserve function. And also you can select bread color or size according to your personal demand. With our bread machine, no need to make a choice between taste and well-being! It will satisfy everyone's taste buds. Don't hesitate to buy it now!

Features:
Brand new and high quality
Made of 430 stainless steel, durable to serve you for a long time
LCD display and viewing window for easy control
19 automatic programs, Multifunctional and Powerful
3 Loaf Sizes: 1 lbs, 1.5 lbs, 2 lbs
3 Crust Color: Light, Medium, or Dark
Delayed start program up to 15 hours, the time displayed on the screen includes the time to make bread
15 minutes memory-keeping to occasional electricity disconnection
Supported with heat preservation performance, keeping bread fresh at certain temperature within 1 hour
With compact and modern look, this bread maker is ideal for any decoration theme of your kitchen
Easy to clean

Specifications:
Color: Silver
Main Material: 430 stainless steel
Overall dimensions: 13.5"L×10"W×11"H
Net weight: 10.3lbs
Rating Voltage: AC120V?60Hz
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