Oster 2-Pound Expressbake Bread Machine with 13-Hour Delay Timer, CKSTBRTW20

Ideal for large families, this bread maker can make up to a 2 pound loaf of bread. The unit features 9 bread settings and 3 crust settings for a variety of breads, dough and jams. With the Expressbake setting, you can have freshly baked bread in no time.

Product Features

  • Up to a 2.0 lb. loaf capacity, ideal for larger families
  • 12 bread settings and 3 crust settings for variety of breads, dough and jams
  • Expressbake setting bakes bread in under an hour
  • 13-hour programmable baking timer allows for fresh breads anytime
  • Large LCD display – easily indicates each stage of the bread making process

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3 thoughts on “Oster 2-Pound Expressbake Bread Machine with 13-Hour Delay Timer, CKSTBRTW20”

  1. Oster CKSTBRW20 vs Zojirushi BB-PAC20 In this review I will compare Oster CKSTBRW20 and Zojirushi BB-PAC20.Background:For the last six months I have been making various type of breads using my Oster bread maker.Since getting a bread machine I have stopped buying bread.I use the machine every 2-3 days to make 1.5 loaf to my family. Bakes such as bagel`s for example require me to take the dough out, shape it and etc.In my opinion to much work and therefore I have not used the machine for these bake goods…

  2. Saved money! Saved health! Bought: March 3, 2013 @ 59.99Date of this Review: November 12, 2015Status of this breadmaker: Showing its age but still chugging!I have been relocated by my company (together with my family) here in the US from Singapore. We moved to New Jersey around Nov, 2012 and we have been buying loaves of bread from our nearby supermarket daily @ $2.50 a pop 5 times a week. Over the couple of months we noticed that we are feeling a bit “down” thinking it was just us…

  3. I almost spent $250 for one BUT……. This is a crazy good machine! My first loaf out of it came out amazing! I made a 1 lb. loaf on the quick setting. I thought there was no way this thing is going to make bread in under an hour!I got proved wrong. I did not follow any of the instructions out of the manual. I am not a pro at making bread but have made all kinds by hand before, it is not hard. I added the basics in the proportions recommended off of a website, I did not use bread flour, I used just plain white flour mixed…

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