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Bread Maker
Bread Maker
Bread Maker
Bread Maker
Bread Maker
Bread Maker
Bread Maker
Bread Maker
Bread Maker

Bread Maker

Kitchen Appliances

Bake perfectly bread with the SAKI Bread Maker. Automatically set and adjust kneading, rising, and baking times without taking up no counter space!

High Quality Components for the Fresh and Delicious Bread

Baking at Any Time

Baking at Any Time

15-hour programmable delay timer and scheduled appointment ensure that your bread is ready when you wake up in the morning or return home.
In addition, you can keep your bread warm with a 1-hour keep-warm function before you enjoy it.

High Performance with 850W

High Performance with 850W

SAKI Bread Maker Machine has the strongest motor power 850W on the market. The powerful motor machine and dual kneading blades will give you the highest performance from your bread maker by being more durable, stronger and working longer time. Soft and fresh bread every-time with minimal effort and strong dough kneading.

LCD Display & Program Setting

LCD Display & Program Setting

SAKI Bread Maker machine's LCD display and intuitive button controls for ease of use and bread maker's digital touchscreen is beginner friendly.
When your bread is done with baking and ready to serve, the bread maker will buzz to remind you.

Non-Stick Ceramic Removable Pan

Non-Stick Ceramic Removable Pan

Ceramic Removale pan desinged to evenly bake the dough and also the ceramic coating is healthiest way to bake a bread with no chemicals. Non-stick coating allows removing the baked bread smoothly and makes the clean-up easier.

Baking Process Display

Why Bake Your Bread at Home?

  • No to additives, yes to nutrients
  • Cutting down on salt intake
  • Experience with flavors & aromas
  • Boost your weight-loss plan
  • Say goodbye to allergies

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The Ultimate Battle: Homemade Bread vs. Store-Bought Bread

Compared to store-bought bread, homemade bread is;

  • Healthier.
  • Tastier.
  • Has less calories.
  • Does not contain chemicals and food colorings.
  • Contains optimum level of salt and sugar.
  • Cheaper in the long run.
  • Has more nutrients, fewer additives.
  • Is adjustable according to your allergies.
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12 Automatic Programs and More

12 Automatic Programs and More

Product Specs

Max. Capacity                              : 3lb (1500 g)

Number of Programs                : 12

Number of Kneading Blades    : 2

Item Dimensions L x W x H     : 17.2 x 10 x 11.8 inches 

Power                                         : 850W

Net Weight                                : 14.7 lbs

Color                                           : Black, Silver

What Will You Get

Box Contents

  • Ceramic Bread Pan
  • Metal Kneading Blade x 2
  • Measuring Cup
  • Measuring Spoon
  • Metal Hook
  • E-Recipe Cookbook
Bread Maker

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Frequently Asked Questions About Bread Maker

How long does the homemade bread cooked in the bread maker last?

Although it varies on the type of bread, the packaging and storage, homemade bread tends to last shorter than store-bought, due to the fact that it does not contain any artificial preservatives.

Is homemade bread healthier than store-bought?

Yes! With close to no additives, no preservatives and food colorings, homemade bread will always be the healthier option for both you and your family.

Is it true that baking your own bread is cheaper than buying it?

Even though it may seem as though baking your own bread takes up a lot of time, energy and a large amount of ingredients, and just going to the store and buying one is much cheaper, that is definitely not the case in the long run. Once you have stockpiled the essential ingredients for a standart bread dough, making your own bread evolves into the rather budget-friendly way of consuming bread at home.

Does homemade bread taste different?

Homemade brad tend to have a crisp, flavorful crust with a unique freshness that no shop-bought bread can offer.

Can I use baking powder instead of yeast?

No. For a fluffy, soft and full loaf, always choose to use yeast when preparing your own bread.