Panasonic SD RD250 Breadmaker Review

Panasonic SD RD250 Breadmaker Review

All about the Panasonic SR RD250 Bread Maker!

The Panasonic SD-RD250 bread maker is another great bread machine with slim and compact design from Panasonic, who also manufactures the Panasonic SD-YD250 bread maker.

It is able to bake bread in medium, extra large sizes and the crust color is controllable by simply selecting light or dark color options from the large and easy to read LCD panel.

It also has various baking mode – pasta, pizza dough, French, rapid bake and bake only, which works well with white or whole wheat breads.

Beside that, it also provides a unique dispenser that automatically drops dried fruits, raisins or nuts at the right time for even distribution.

With the durable diamond-fluorine coated baking pan it is even better in scratch resistant and long lasting use.

Panasonic SD-RD250 Features and Specifications

  • Slim and Compact Design
  • Fruits and Nuts Dispenser
  • Large LCD Display
  • Diamond fluorine non-stick coated pan
  • 5 baking modes
  • 2 loaf sizes
  • Light or Dark Crust Color Control

Does the Panasonic SD-RD250 have Teflon?

According to Panasonic, the bread pan is a Diamond Fluorine nonstick coated loaf pan.

Diamond Fluorine is actually another name for Teflon. So in other words, yes, the Panasonic SD RD250 Bread Machine is made with Teflon.

Panasonic SD-RD250 Customer Feedback

The Panasonic SD-RD250 bread maker has gotten overwhelmingly positive reviews from the buyers.

The majority of the reviewers agreed that it is very easy to use, pretty much set and go and lovely fresh bread will be ready in no time.

One reviewer finds that the manual came with the bread maker is very helpful, and a variety of recipes are also included to get you started in bread baking.

They also love the addition of fruit and nut dispenser in this newer model. With the absence of a viewing window it has a more even reflection of heat inside the machine.

However, some buyers complained that the bread maker can’t do 100% whole wheat bread and it doesn’t have the sandwich mode that was only available in the older model.

Many buyers loved the fact that the dispenser can automatically drop up to 150 grams of raisins, dried fruits, and/or nuts into the bread dough for even distribution. This results in a totally even distribution of dried fruit or nuts, instead of clumping all in one area, it goes all over the bread.

One reviewer mentioned that she doesn’t like the loaf of bread being too tall on medium setting, which makes it difficult to be cut. Another reviewer was suggesting an extra kneading blade for backup would be great as it is crucial component and is often misplaced.

Wrapping up with the Panasonic SR-RD250 Bread Maker

Overall the Panasonic SD-RD250 bread maker is highly recommended.