Reviews and Problems with Oster 58-Minute Expressbake
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Value for money 2
Machine has gone down in quality
Debra from Herndon, VA, Sonic Electronix
2 January 2012
Conclusion: I have owned an Oster Bread Machine for 20 years. Oster used to be known for quality, what happened? We loved our bread machine, it was quiet and made of heavy duty materials and lasted for a long time. The new machine is very loud, and if you have a radio plugged in, the bread machine intereferes with the radio as well. Another complaint, is that removing the pan from the machine is very difficult.
Conclusion: I had a Regal Bread maker that took 3 1/2 hours to bake and very few loaves that had dropped tops. After 3 years it died, so it was easy to buy an Oster and since then, I hardly have a perfect loaf like I had with the Regal Bread maker. Not happy, but still trying to find the trick with this bread maker!
Summary: I bought this bread machine about a year ago & it has become my favorite small appliance. We make bread anywhere from 4 to 6 times a week & it just keeps on running with absolutely no problems to date. It comes with a book of easy-to-follow directions & recipes. I never dreamed bread could be so good! It has completely spoiled us for "store bought" bread, there is just no comparison between home made bread & even the best from the store.
Pros: The loaves are not big enough, a family of 3 can easily use a loaf per day
Cons: The loaves are not big enough, a family of 3 can easily use a loaf per day