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Sana Smart Bread Maker standard

Sana Smart Bread maker (standard)

The only bread machine with a stainless steel pan. Also includes glass lids and a digital thermometer.

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Technical specification
- Max. load capacity: 10 kg
- Power supply: 2 x 1.5V AAA (not included)
- Color: white
- Dimensions: 220 x 175 x 19 mm
- Weight: 530 g

- Materal: tempered safety glass
- Warranty: 2 years

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Sana Smart Bread maker (standard)

Sana” is Latin for “healthy". The multi-function Sana Bread Maker is a great way to make your own healthy and delicious food.

The Sana Smart Bread Maker is the result of 20 years experience in bread baking. We have developed a unique multifunction home bread machine which we feel is the best on the market. This isn't just an empty claim – take a look for yourself at all the things you can do. It is available in three models - basic, standard, and exclusive. The machine itself is the same in all three models - the only difference is the included accessories.

Sana Smart Bread Maker display
Sana Smart Bread Maker display

Fully adjustable programs

Fully adjustable programs provide a chance to bake bread exactly to your liking. Flour of different grains have very specific characteristics and require different baking and rising times. The SANA bread maker offers 7 basic programs. However, they are are all easily adjustable. By editing and saving them, you can create other new programs. The possibilities are endless.

Sana Smart Bread Maker pcb board
Sana Smart Bread Maker pcb board

Programmable technology

The multifunction SANA Bread Maker has two memory chips and its software can be easily updated. This means you can try different programs and save the ones you use the most. The electronic "heart" of the bread maker is produced in Europe and is unlike any other bread machine in the world. Being able to choose your own multiple baking and rising times and temperatures gives you complete flexibility. You don't need to buy a new machine whenever a new program comes out.

Sana Smart Bread Maker bread pan stainless steel
Sana Smart Bread Maker bread pan stainless steel

Unique stainless steel bread pan and kneaders

The Sana Smart Bread Maker standard model comes with a stainless steel bread pan and stainless steel kneaders. Through the use of professional baking technology, it´s possible to bake in stainless steel baking pan which doesn't need to be greased. This keeps the bread from burning. With stainless steel, you can be sure your bread is baked in the safest manner possible.

Sana Smart Bread Maker kneaders stainless steel
Sana Smart Bread Maker kneaders stainless steel

Kneaders and automatic batch processing

Some bread makers offer folding kneaders or automatic adding of seeds or nuts. The Sana Smart Bread Maker offers a much simpler solution: high-speed kneading! With high-speed kneading, the dough for your bread will be ready in three minutes! After that you can immediately remove the kneaders from the dough, instead of after the bread has been baked. Do you like seeds or nuts spread on top of the bread? Add these by hand after 3 minutes of kneading and you are able to spread these equally all over the bread. This way you always have perfect results.

Sana Smart Bread Maker bread
Sana Smart Bread Maker bread

Multiphase rising

Multiphase rising allows you set two separate rising times and temperatures. One benefit of this is that you can easily prepare homemade yeast. This is the best yeast you can possibly have - far better than what you'd get at the store. In addition, you save time and energy because you don’t have to preheat the bread maker or set a delayed start.

Versatility of Sana bread maker

Tempeh and Natto

5459-tempeh-cheese
5459-tempeh-cheese

Tempeh is a traditional Indonesian food known for both its health benefits and its unique walnut-mushroom flavor. It is typically made from soybeans, but can also be made from many other foods such as beans, sunflower seeds, peanuts, peas, rice, and wheat. Previously known mainly among vegetarians and vegans, it is now becoming more widespread and popular. It can be found in most health stores, and is gradually beginning to appear in more mainstream supermarkets. Tempeh is available unflavored, as well as marinated, smoked, and pickled.

Home made yogurt

5460-yogurt
5460-yogurt

Have you ever heard of the term “functional” foods? These are food products which, either naturally or artificially, have been enriched with healthy additives. The most widespread functional food in the world is yogurt which naturally contains probiotic bacterial cultures (Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium). Because these cultures regulate digestion and help prevent colon cancer, yogurt is considered a superfood which should be eaten daily.

Jam, tea and purees

5461-jam
5461-jam

Most bread machines are able to make jam, but this feature is something most consumers never use. It’s too bad, since it’s so easy to do that most people who’ve tried it never go back to the traditional method of making jam. All you do is put the ingredients into the pan, set the program, start it, and come back later to freshly-prepared jam. The bread maker mixes and cooks the jam for you, and you don’t end up with a stack of dirty pans to clean. This program also can make lard, pig cracklings, jelly, tea, and purees.

Home made bread

5462-sana-bread
5462-sana-bread

There are many reasons for baking bread at home, but the main ones are that you can use your own choice of ingredients and that homemade bread just tastes so much better than store-bought bread. Home-baked bread won’t have any of the chemicals or additives of store bought bread, and it won’t contain the ground remains of old bread like you can find in store-bought bread. Bread made from sourdough starter, instead of from yeast, has better flavor, aroma, and health benefits.

Meat and fish

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5463-meat

The Sana Smart Bread is useful not just for baking bread, but as a substitute for a conventional oven. Meat and fish cooked in the Sana Smart Bread Maker are flavorful and juicy, which can’t always be said when using a conventional oven. By using a glass lid with the Smart Bread Maker, the cooking time is shortened and the meat comes out incredibly moist and delicious.

Amasake

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5464-amasake

Amasake is a thick and creamy traditional Japanese dessert made from fermented grains. Popular among those who follow a macrobiotic lifestyle, this creamy dessert can be enjoyed by anyone. It doesn’t contain any refined sugars or sweeteners, but gets its sweet taste from the natural fermentation process which breaks down the complex sugars. When you first taste this healthy dessert, you’ll think that someone has put sugar into it, but it really is natural.

Main features

  • Stainless steel bread pan and kneaders
  • Programmable technology
  • Fully adjustable programs
  • Multiphase rising
  • Low-temperature baking
  • Pasteurization
  • Saves time and energy
  • Simple to use
  • Durable

Click here to download the user manual. For recipes and more, download the Sana recipe book here.

Parameters

Manufacturer
Sana Products
Color
Stainless Steel
Country of origin
EU / China
Material of bread pan / kneaders
stainless steel
Number of programs
7
Number of kneaders
2 pcs
Temperature range
20 - 230 °C
Bread capacity
500 - 1.700 g
Dimensions
30 x 40 x 22,5 cm
Weight
10 kg
Warranty (motor / parts)
24 months
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I purchaed this mainly because of the stainless steel pan, as I couldn't find a stainless steel pan in any other machine.

So far I have used it with whole wheat bread, plus some cinnamon raisin bread. It took me while to play with the settings, as there aren't quick buttons for things like "sweet bread" or "white bread" like in my last bread machine. It is very flexible - you can change just about any setting - but it takes a while to figure out which settings work best.

One thing that I like are the glass lids. When I bake with them, the bread seems moister and I can use a lower temperature. I found that using the glass lids helps the bread not to stick to the stainless steel - just make sure to let the bread cool down before trying to remove it. My first loaf I tried to remove right away and some iof it stuck.

  • Stainless steel pans
  • Very flexible programming
  • Seems very solidly built
  • Can use very low temmperatures - we use it as a small dehydrator too
  • No quick recipe settings
  • Programming can be confusing at first

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Hallo,I ask again but I didn't receive any answer!Is to possible to buy it with monthly payments?

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Charalampos-Harris Louloudis
Charalampos-Harris Louloudis, 7.12.2018 10:11 1 reply
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Hello

Unfortunately we offer only payment by credit card or bank transfer.

Have a nice day
Sana Store, 7.12.2018 10:56
I see that the bread pan and blades in the Sana Smart Breadmaker is stainless steel. But are any other components of the bread maker (such as the vessel the pan sit in, etc.) coated in non-stick coating?
Diana Spurgeon, 2.12.2018 15:23 1 reply
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No. There are no non-stick coatings at all in the standard and executive smart bread maker sets.
Sana Store, 4.12.2018 10:02
Sorry, one more question. Can I use your bread machine in the United States?
Judith Thomas, 26.11.2018 16:31 1 reply
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Hi Judith

It is possible to use it in the United States, but a voltage converter is needed since the bread machine operates at 230 volts and the US uses a 110 volt system. I've heard from some US customers who have adapted their 230 volt outlets (usually found in the laundry room) to accomodate the European "F"-type plug.

Have a nice day

Daniel
Sana Store, 27.11.2018 10:29
Hello! Do your bread machines have a gluten-free setting? I’m interested in using a bread machine to bake gluten-free bread. Thank you!!
Judith Thomas, 26.11.2018 16:29 1 reply
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Hi Judith

There is no dedicated gluten-free program on the bread maker. However, since every program is easily adjusted, the settings can be changed to gluten-free.

Have a nice day

Daniel
Sana Store, 27.11.2018 10:26
Hi, I am interested in purchasing your Sana Smart bread maker (standard) . I am in Massachusetts USA. Can I pay with USD? What is the shipping cost ?
What is the return/replace, and refund policy?
What is the requirements for a voltage transformer I need to use the product I USA?

Thanks,

Zhen Overberg
Zhen Overberg, 25.11.2018 22:49 1 reply
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Hi Zhen

While we have sold several bread makers in the US, we generally advise against it mainly due to the reasons you mentioned (power differences, shipping costs, possible warranty issues). We have a model in development designed for the US market and hope to have it available in about a year.

It is possible to pay with a US credit card. Shipping is expensive from Europe to the US - 120 euros. However, EU VAT taxes are automatically deducted from the price of the bread maker (apprx. 50 euros deduction).
The warranty policy is the same as in Europe (2 years), but shipping would be expensive to send it back if any service was needed.

You would need a "Step-up power transformer" which converts 110
volt North American power to 220/230 volt European power. These have
North American power outlets built in so you would use the EU cable.
The bread machine is 810 watts, and it's usualy recommended to get a
transformer that has 50% more capacity (1500 watts is even better). These transformers look
something like this:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B008GQTXNU/ref=psdc_10967671_t2_B000J1ANSY?th=1
It's possible you already have a 220 volt outlet in your house.
Many large appliances in North America like washing machines operate
on 220 volt power. You'd recognize it by the sort of rounded shape
of the plug. In this case you'd just need a cheap plug adaptor that
plugs into the outlet and has holes for the EU plug.

But again, it is a lot of hoops to jump through :)

Dan




Sana Store, 26.11.2018 11:40
When will your bread machine be available in the United States?
Joan Sattler, 13.11.2018 02:19 1 reply
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Hi Joan

We are currently developing a version for the US market. We hope to have it available and certified late 2019.

Thank you
Sana Store, 13.11.2018 09:48
Hallo,i am interesting for this great bread maker. Can I pay monthly for twelve months?
Regards
Charalampos Louloudis.
Charalampos Louloudis, 12.11.2018 09:42 1 reply
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Hello

Thank for your interest in the Sana bread maker. While we don't offer installment payments as an option, it is possible some other sellers do.

Have a nice day
Sana Store, 12.11.2018 09:57
Hi I’m from Malaysia, I assume our volt system can operate your bread maker? And also do u send to Malaysia? Thanks...
Jessie, 11.11.2018 07:21 1 reply
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Hello

Malaysia has the same voltage so the bread machine will operate fine. However, you will need a plug adaptor to adapt from EU 3-prong (Type E) to Malaysian outlet (Type G).
We ship to Malaysia - you can select Malaysia as the destination country and shipping costs will be shown there before payment.
Sana Store, 12.11.2018 09:21
when will SANABMS bread maker with SS pan be available in USA?
Stefan Rinik, 21.10.2018 22:32 1 reply
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Hello

We are working on a new version of the Smart Bread Maker designed to operate on 110V US power. We hope it will be available in late 2019.

Best regards
Sana Store, 22.10.2018 09:28
Do you ship to us?
If so how much?
Will it plug into standard us outlet?
Please let me know thanks
Lindsay, 18.10.2018 19:58 1 reply
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Hello Lindsay

Unfotunately the Smart bread maker is designed to operate on European 230 V power only. We have a model in development that we hope to release later next year that will operate on US 110V power.

Thanks
Sana Store, 19.10.2018 11:25
Is this product available for sale in the United States?
Jen T, 10.10.2018 23:16 1 reply
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Hi Jen

Unfortunately the Sana Smart breadmaker is designed only to operate under European 230 volt systems. We are working on a model for US voltages, and hope to have it available next year.

Have a nice day
Sana Store, 11.10.2018 09:55
Hello,
I live in America, can I buy this?
Can you ship your bread maker to me in California? Will it work with a converter for you plug or is it an issue for the bread machine to work?
I really want your bread machine, can this work for me?

Sincerely,
Juliet
Juliet, 3.10.2018 03:20 1 reply
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Hi Juliet

Thank you for your interest in our bread machine. Unfortunately it is only designed to operate at European voltages (230 volt 60 Hz.) We have some customers from the states using them with a step-up transformer (which converts 230 volts to 110 volts), but it needs to be pretty heavy-duty (we recommend one rated for 2000 watts). Also, shipping to the states from Europe would be pretty pricey.

We do have a next-generation machine in the works that we hope will be availble next year. It will feature dual-voltage for USA compatability.

Have a nice day

Dan
Dan, 3.10.2018 09:14
Going to use the bread maker for the first time, found that there's some silicone/soft plastic/seal paste alike appeared around the bottom of the kneading posts which exposed above the pan base level, and therefore will definitely in contact with the ingredients, what's the thing? And if that's harmful if ingest? Thanks.
Ming, 10.9.2018 16:17 1 reply
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Hello Ming

If it is the stainless steel pan, that is not normal as there should be nothing there. If it is the teflon (dark) pan, there should be a recessed circular opening with a white gasketset inside. It should be level with the bottom of the pan (filling the circular hole around the kneading posts) and acts as a gasket to prevent any liquid from dripping down the posts.

If it is something else, can you send me a photo (dan@eujuicers.com).

Thank you

Dan
Dan, 10.9.2018 16:34
hi, do you have store in Australia? And do you send to Australia?
fenny ho, 3.9.2018 12:33 1 reply
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Hello
We don't have a store in Australia, as our focus in on EU countries. It is possible to ship to Australia, but the delivery costs tend to be high. However, EU VAT taxes of apprx. 20% are deducted from the product price, so that helps make up for the high shipping cost.
You can see the final pricing by putting an item into the cart and selecting Australia as the destination.
Have a nice day
Sana Store, 4.9.2018 10:38
Hi, Bought the bread maker years ago, haven't got a chance to use it. Taking it out from the cupboard today and planning to start making bread with it for my toddlers. Just wondering if it's still possible to make bread out of it without using homemade leaven? I found the recipes came with the maker are all referring of using homemade leaven. Can you please suggest any alternative and the easiest setting for a basic loaf of bread for me as a new starter? Many thanks.
Ming Chan, 1.9.2018 19:36 1 reply
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Hello
It's definitely possible to use with normal dry yeast. I do it all the time. Simply omit the second rising phase, and make the first rising phase longer (pprox. 25 minutes at 28C).
We have a video with a basic bread recipe,, and you can see there also the instructions in case you use dry yeast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uivav5Gy8mI
Have a nice day :)
Sana Store, 3.9.2018 10:01
Does it have a program for gluten free bread and cake?
Margot Pascht, 17.8.2018 17:15 1 reply
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There isn't a pre-programmed setting for gluten-free bread. But it is a fully-programmable machine, so you can set whatever parameters you need into one of the programs. It will store it for you there as a preset program. Typically a gluten-free cycle omits the second rise, so you would just program the mix cycle time (approx 5 minutes), rise time and temperature, and bake time and temperature according to your recipe.
Dan, 20.8.2018 12:06
Hi.

Can I use this bread meker in Japan?
Megumi Komura, 10.8.2018 14:37 1 reply
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Unfortunately not. Japan uses a 100-volt system, and the Sana breadmaker is designed for 230-volt systems.
Dan, 15.8.2018 12:02
Does Sana Bakery operate on 120V electricity (USA standard plug)?
David Adam, 10.8.2018 06:56 1 reply
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Hi David

Unfortunately not. It only operates on European voltage, although we have been working on a version for North American voltage.

Thank you
Sana-Store, 10.8.2018 08:47
How was the kneading function? Via belt or turbo machine?
cheah yeon we we, 3.8.2018 12:42 1 reply
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It uses dual removable kneaders driven directly through the bottom of the pan.
Sana-Store, 3.8.2018 12:49
I use a Panasonic breadmaker successfully and want to stop using it because of the teflon coated bread pan. I like the light, fluffy bread that I am able to make and the Sana breadmaker seems to make a more solid loaf (I only use organic strong white or 70 % wholemeal organic flour with 30% white). I mostly use just the dough settings and make my own rolls, either standard bread rolls or enriched dough with milk, egg and sugar. These, too, are light and fluffy. Is it possible to use the Sana bread maker to achieve results like this?
Christine UK, 24.7.2018 20:14 1 reply
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Hi Christine

Panasonic makes good bread machines, but I understand the desire to get away from Teflon. The Sana breadmaker should be able to achieve similar results, as you can program each parameter (multiple phases of time, temperature, rising, kneading speed, etc.) It usually takes a few tries to achieve the best results, and as you know a lot depends on the flour and yeast. It's much easier to get light and fluffy results with white flour. Most of the loaves I make are from whole flour and tend to be much denser and more solid, although I made some cinnamon raisin bread with white flour and it was pretty fluffy.
Sana-Store, 25.7.2018 10:55
waiting on this wonderful bread maker
will the sana smart bread makers be coming to the united states soon, 24.7.2018 18:40 1 reply
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We are hoping to have a 110-volt US version before the end of the year, but that project has been delayed many times as the heating element is designed for more powerful 220 volt systems and keeping the temperature steady is crucial. We will post an update on our Facebook page as soon as we get the good news hat the engineers have worked things out :-)
Sana-Store, 25.7.2018 10:57
I live in the U.S and was wondering if I purchase this machine if it will work with our plugs or is this solely A European design?
Arielle Allmon, 2.7.2018 17:26 1 reply
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Hi Arielle
It is only compatible with European 230V systems. We are working on a 110V version for North America and hope to have it ready before the end of the year.
Dan
Sana-Store, 3.7.2018 09:44
How can I ship to Singapore? It does not appear in the drop down list.
Tobias Ong, 11.6.2018 12:08 1 reply
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Hi Tobias

We have added Singapore to the drop down list.

Thank you
Sana-Store, 11.6.2018 12:35
Hi there. I'm from Singapore. I'm interested to purchase the Standard bread maker but I do not find my country being listed. How can I purchase this?
Tobias, 11.6.2018 09:53 1 reply
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Hi Tobias

We have updated the shipping list and added Singapore.

Thank you
Sana-Store, 11.6.2018 12:36
Where can I purchase this machine in the UK? Will the machine operate correctly with the UK electrical supply? Do all the units come with the stainless bread pan?
Thank You
Hugh Grehan, 22.5.2018 20:07 1 reply
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Hello Hugh
I apologise for the late reply. I had an email issue and didn't see the notification of your question.
The smart bread maker can be purchased on Amazon UK or directly from us here: https://www.sana-store.com/sana-smart-bread-maker-standard
It operates on 220-230V, but is available only with a standard EU F-plug, so your would need a plug adapter. There are three models: basic, standard, and exclusive. The basic comes with a teflon pan, and the standard and exclusive models come with the stainless steel pan.
Have a nice day
Dan
Sana-Store, 1.6.2018 09:32
Hi, i am very interested in your breadmaker but i would like to the following before o purchase one: I would like to know what quality the stainless steal pan is: Is it 18/0,18/8 or 18/10? is it free of PFOA? and BPA?
Thanks
udel sheldon, 30.4.2018 14:48 1 reply
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Hi Udel

The pan is made from 304 stainless steel (18/8). It is BPA free and has no coatings like PFOA. (This is referring to the "standard" and "exclusive"models which come with the stainless steel pan).
Because it uses glass lids on the pan, it bakes at a lower temperature and retains more moisture, which allows the stainless steel pan to be used without sticking.
If you'd like more detailed information, here is a link to the manual: https://www.sana-store.com/admin-data/storage/get/25-sana_breadmaker_en_min.pdf
Have a nice day
Dan
Dan, 30.4.2018 15:19
Is this available for shipping to the US? How much is it in US dollars?
Teri, 22.4.2018 01:48 1 reply
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Hi Teri
The Smart Bread Maker isn't yet available in the US. We have a prototype (3rd version) in the works and are hoping to have it available sometime this summer. We will post any updates on our Facebook page.
Thank you
Dan
Sana-Store, 23.4.2018 15:54
Hello. I am desperately seeking this bread machine with US plug. Is there a US version? Or might I convert this one in the case you ship to US?
Thank you in advance.
Stacy Fradette, 15.4.2018 17:32 1 reply
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Hi Stacy
It's been a long road trying to get our Smart Bread Maker to the North American market. We require it to maintain very precise and accurate temperatures, while converting from its current 220 volt form to a 110 volt version. Past prototypes weren't accurate enough, but the engineers think they have solved it. We'll have an update on our Facebook page (sanaproducts) when it's ready, but we're keeping our fingers crossed for a summer release.
It could be possible to use with a high quality voltage converter, but we haven't tested that yet.
Have a nice day :-)
Sana-Store, 23.4.2018 15:42
Can this be purchased for the Australian market?
Don, 14.4.2018 06:43 1 reply
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Hi Don
We don't have an official distributor in Australia as we focus on Europe. However, since Australia uses 230V 50Hz power, it would work fine there as long as you have a European to Australia plug adapter. Shipping would be expensive to Australia, but this would be partially reduced because European VAT taxes would automatically be deducted. If you put in your address and breadmaker in the shopping cart, a price including shipping will be automatically quoted.
Have a nice day
Dan
Sana-Store, 23.4.2018 15:51
Will you ship to California and how can I pay for it? Are,there any reviews?
Carolyn leighton, 13.4.2018 20:59 1 reply
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Hi Carolyn
We don't ship it to the USA at this time, as it is only available for European power settings (230 volt). He have been working on a version for the US, and are keeping our fingers crossed that it will be available later this summer. We will post any updates on our Facebook page.
Thank you
Dan
Dan, 23.4.2018 15:59
I’m wanting to buy a maker that works well with gluten-free breads. Does this one? Does it have gluten free setting? It needs to be kneaded and baked in a different way since gf bread is much denser. Thank you. Erica
Erica Kennedy, 13.4.2018 09:03 1 reply
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Hi Erica,

There isn't a pre-programmed setting for gluten-free bread. But it is a fully-programmable machine, so you can set whatever parameters you need into one of the programs. It will store it for you there as a preset program. Typically a gluten-free cycle omits the second rise, so you would just program the mix cycle time (approx 5 minutes), rise time and temperature, and bake time and temperature according to your recipe.
Sana-Store, 13.4.2018 09:10
Hi! When will this be available in North America please? I would love a breadmaker but I don't want one with toxic, non-stick coating. If you could sell this in the US, I am sure it would be a huge hit, there is big demand for healthy appliances. And if you could make a special, gluten-free, non-toxic breadmaker you would target a huge niche in the market! There is a need for this! Please create one soon! :-)
Melissa M, 31.3.2018 19:35 1 reply
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Hi Melissa.
It's been a long road trying to get our Smart Bread Maker to the North American market. We require it to maintain very precise and accurate temperatures, while converting from its current 220 volt form to a 100 volt version. Past prototypes weren't accurate enough, but the engineers think they have solved it. We'll have an update on our Facebook page (sanaproducts) when it's ready, but we're keeping our fingers crossed for a summer release. Have a nice day :-)
Sana-Store, 3.4.2018 09:21
Does this have a plug that can work in the UK please?
L Bri, 7.3.2018 13:51 1 reply
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It comes with an EU standard plug, but is also available with the UK F plug.
Sana-Store, 13.3.2018 15:11
Please, can you tell me if I order a SANA SMART BREAD MAKER (STANDARD) you can send me in Romania?
Thank you !
Adriana
adriana, 23.2.2018 20:07 1 reply
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Hi Adriana. Yes we ship to Romania via UPS or DHL.
Have a nice day.
Sana-Store, 26.2.2018 10:38
Why don't you answer phone calls?
Havard Hammer, 8.2.2018 12:13 1 reply
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Is it possible you are calling from North America or Asia? We are located in the Czech Republic on GMT+1 time. You can also write us at info@sana-store.com and we'll get back to you right away.
Sana-Store, 8.2.2018 12:27
What parameters would I need to use if I were to combine the following 4 flours with leavening: half cup of corn, barley, millet & barley? What parameters would I need to use if I were to combine the following 5 flours with leavening: half cup of wheat, corn, barley, millet & barley? What parameters would I need to use if I were to use only one of the above flours (2 & half cups flour) with leavening i.e. using the 5 flours separately on separate days and not combining the flours?
S T, 26.1.2018 11:36 1 reply
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Hello
You're trying combinations we've never tried, so I can only give you some general guidelines.

In your first scenario, I assume you mean "buckwheat" when you say barley a second time (based on your original question). With these four flours, you will have almost no gluten. Barley contains gluten, so it should help the bread to rise a bit. You would omit a second rise time for this. I would try the following settings, then adjust them based on your results:
Knead 1: Power 3, Time 5 minutes (then remove paddles)
Rise 1: 2 hours, 30 C
Knead 2: Off
Rise 2: Off
Bake 1: 1:40 150C (with glass lids)
Bake 2: 20 min. 180C (to create a brown crust)
*Since there is almost no gluten, this will be a denser, more "cake-like" flatter bread

Scenario 2 (with wheat flour)
*Use the same settings, except
Rise 2: 2 hours 35C

In your third scenario, use program 1 (pre-programmed in the machine) for the wheat flour. Use the "Scenario 1" from above for the others, but remember that, except for the barley, you will have a very flat and dense result.

If you add a gluten-free binding agent like guar gum or xantham gum, you may get more bread-like results.

Please let us know your results. You may need to post on some gluten-free baking forums to find the most accurate information for these combinations.

Sana-Store, 29.1.2018 09:56
I'm a complete beginner and never used a bread maker before. I desire to use 5 types of flour in equal proportions: half cup each of Wheat, Barley, Millet, Buckwheat, Corn & only water (no yeast etc). Probably need 150ml water (i'm manually experimenting how much water to use when kneading dough by hand in order to make roti/chapati). What parameters do I need to input in order to make this bread. I don't mind if the bread don't rise, but should be fully cooked. I prefer long cooking time with low temperature to preserve nutrients. Do you have a book or website that lists all the parameters for the various types of bread to cook. Another option is not to mix the 5 flours, instead everyday cook a different flour bread. Again, i'll need the parameters for each flour.
S T, 26.1.2018 04:10 1 reply
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Hello
What you're really talking about here (flour and water only - no leavening) are crackers like matzo or flatbread (as you said roti). Normally these types of recipes are made on a grill or a very hot (200C+) oven on a large baking stone. These aren't really suited for a bread machine, due to the limited size of a bread pan. Since you want to eliminate the high temperatures, probably a dehydrator would be the best way to do it (low temperature over 8-12 hours). However, the Sana Smart Bread Maker is fully programmable, so you can take a recipe for something like this from a dehydrator and program in the time and temperature parameters - you can find many flatbread/cracker dehydrator recipes online. For the chapatis, you won't get anything like the results you would get from a grill, since they are basically fried. I would suggest adding a bit of olive oil to the dough, and starting with about 200 ml of warm water and increasing it according to the consistency. The gluten-free flours you mentioned will be less "sticky" than the wheat flour.
The manual for the Smart Bread Maker is available online. It goes into some detail about the different parameters and the theory behind it, so you may find that useful. Here is the link: https://www.sanaproducts.eu/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Sana_breadmaker_en_min.pdf
Ultimately just experiment with different combinations, and let us know how it goes!
Sana-Store, 26.1.2018 09:30
Dear Team,

I have 2 questions:

1. How does delayed start works: as far as I understood I have to take out kneaders after 3 minutes. So if I want to put ingredients in the evening and to have fresh bread in the morning how would it work?

2. Do you deliver to the Netherlands? If yes how much it will cost?
Yuliya Holovciuk, 17.1.2018 18:26
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Is the bread maker available in USA now? Where can I purchase it?
Ariel Chiu, 16.1.2018 16:47 1 reply
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Hi Ariel
It isn't yet available in the US. So far it is only available for countries with 220-Volt power.
Sana-Store, 16.1.2018 16:52
Is there gluten free vegan bread option ?
Can I order it to United Arab Emirates and still have warranty?
Fatima saleh, 10.1.2018 15:13 1 reply
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Hello Fatima

Yes it would still have the full warranty in United Arab Emirates. We don't have an authorized distributor there, so it would need to be shipped to Europe if any service was required.

Regarding a gluten-free setting, there isn't a pre-programmed setting for it. But it is a fully-programmable machine, so you can simply set whatever parameters you need into one of the programs. It will store it for you there. Typically a gluten-free cycle omits the second rise, so you would just program the mix cycle time (approx 5 minutes), rise time and temperature, and bake time and temperature.
Sana-Store, 10.1.2018 15:22
What kind of stainless steel it is the pan made 18/10, 18/0, 10/0, 340 or 400?
Paul Marcus, 9.12.2017 23:13 1 reply
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It is SUS 304 stainless steel
Sana-Store, 18.12.2017 09:42
Where can I buy this machine in USA?
Rama Suresh, 23.11.2017 05:37
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I have 2 questions:
1) Does this bread machine make gluten-free bread?
2) Will this machine work in USA (wattage, etc.)?
Thank you!!!
Kate Dennison, 19.11.2017 13:28 1 reply
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Unfortunately this machine is designed to operate on European voltage (220V). We had a 110-volt production run scheduled for shipping this month, but the engineers had some difficulty maintaining the precise temperatures needed so they asked for more time to adjust this.

Regarding a gluten-free setting, there isn't a pre-programmed setting for it. But it is a fully-programmable machine, so you can simply set whatever parameters you need into one of the programs. It will store it for you there. Typically a gluten-free cycle omits the second rise, so you would just program the mix cycle time (approx 5 minutes), rise time and temperature, and bake time and temperature.
Sana-Store, 20.11.2017 10:13
Please tell me how to get answer from customer's service.
flore de meulemeester, 17.11.2017 10:58 1 reply
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You can contact us through our contact form at the bottom of the page:

https://www.sana-store.com/contact.html
Sana-Store, 20.11.2017 10:08
I have bought your machine about a year ago, and I'm very frustrated because i can't make it work well. I get nasty complaints from my husband for having spent money on an expensive machine, to which he says I failed to do proper research on. I still believe that your machine might be good and that it is me who has not found a recipe that works yet.
Could you please, PLEASE, send me a recipe for a simple bread that works for dry commercial yeast?
It would help me have a good consciousness about having bought your product and I will be able to recommend it further to others.
Susan Strickland, 2.11.2017 17:06 1 reply
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Hi Susan

I'm sorry to hear you are having difficulty getting good results. Being able to program all the times and temperatures of the different cycles (mix, rise, bake) is a two-edged sword. It gives ultimate flexibility for "power users", but it can be complex too. We have a video online with a basic recipe. Please note that in this recipe fresh ground flour is used as well as homemade yeast, but it works the same with a good-quality store-bought whole wheat flour. Also note that the rise time is different for dry yeast - it is noted in the video (rise 1 set to 45 minutes, 28 degrees, rise 2 omitted). Here is the link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uivav5Gy8mI Please let us know how it goes.
Sana-Store, 3.11.2017 09:09
I am very interested in your bread machine as I don't want to bake with teflon. But can I use this machine in the United States with our electric current? I was told that the transformers required are unreliable. Are you making one compatible with our electric? When is it available.
Joan Sattler, 29.10.2017 15:38 1 reply
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Hello Joan
You are right. Transformers are generally unreliable if you want to keep precise temperatures.
We are making a limited run of Smart Bread Makers configured for North American voltage (110 volts). We expect them to be available in November. We don't yet have a US distributor so we will probably ship the first batch directly from Europe so shipping costs will be higher. We will make an announcement on our Facebook page when we receive them.
Have a nice day
Sana-Store, 30.10.2017 09:01
Is the bread pan “food-grade stainless steel”?
Joyce Holmgren, 26.10.2017 22:19 1 reply
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Yes. Both the bread pan and kneaders are made from food-grade stainless steel. You can download the users manual for more information: https://www.sana-store.com/admin-data/storage/get/25-sana_breadmaker_en_min.pdf
Sana-Store, 27.10.2017 08:25
I am following the other comments regarding comparability with USA voltage and if this machine has Gluten free setting. Thanks.
Irina, 24.10.2017 17:56 1 reply
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Hi Irina. We are anticipating receiving the US voltage models in a few weeks. We will announce it on our Facebook page when they are available. Thanks for the patience.

Regarding a gluten-free setting, there isn't a pre-programmed setting for it. But it is a fully-programmable machine, so you can simply set whatever parameters you need into one of the programs. It will store it for you there. Typically a gluten-free cycle omits the second rise, so you would just program the mix cycle time (approx 5 minutes), rise time and temperature, and bake time and temperature.
Sana-Store, 25.10.2017 09:07
Can this bread machine make gluten free bread? Can it be used in the USA?
Lisa, 11.10.2017 01:02
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Hi, are your sana bread makers usable in the USA? If yes do you ship to the USA? Thanks.
Cookie, 27.9.2017 18:54
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Hello Do you ship to the United States and how much is the Sana bread maker with stainless steel pan in US Dollars? Thank you
Colleen Barnum, 25.9.2017 21:22 1 reply
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Hi Colleen
We don't currently ship to the United States because the voltages are different. We are making a limited production run of US-voltage bread makers which should be ready in November. We will post updates on our Facebook page when we have more concrete information regarding shipping and pricing.
Have a nice day.
Daniel
Sana-Store, 26.9.2017 09:01
Please advise when this breadmaker will be available for Canada. Thanks!
Debbie Schot, 23.9.2017 03:20 1 reply
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Hello. We are producing a limited production run of 100 bread makers specified for North American voltage. It should be completed sometime in November. We don't know yet about shipping, but we will post more information then on our Facebook page.
Thank you.
Sana-Store, 25.9.2017 08:55
Do any of your bread machines with stainless steel pans have a gluten-free setting? When will you have the US version available? We're all ready!!!
Cathi B, 4.9.2017 04:04 1 reply
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Thanks for your patience. It's been a slow process getting certification for North America for the Smart Bread Maker. We have started a small production run (100 units) of the Smart Bread Maker at that operates on US voltage (110 V). We anticipate receiving these sometime in November.

Regarding a gluten-free setting, there isn't a pre-programmed setting for it. But it is a fully-programmable machine, so you can simply set whatever parameters you need into one of the programs. It will store it for you there. Typically a gluten-free cycle omits the second rise, so you would just program the mix cycle time (approx 5 minutes), rise time and temperature, and bake time and temperature.
Sana-Store, 22.9.2017 09:36
hello,

what is the exact specification (voltage / hz) of your breadmaker? i know it runs in europe 220/50hz but what is the exact specification like does it run from 220 to 240 volts / 50 to 60 hz? thank you.
robert, 29.7.2017 12:54 1 reply
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Hello,
the exact specification is 230V, 50 Hz. Thanks for asking!
Sana-Store.com, 31.7.2017 08:11
Do you ship to the US?
Hanna Posner, 20.7.2017 19:06 1 reply
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Currently we keep just only European version on the stock (220V). But later this year (2017) we should add US version of bread maker into our offer and we will ship it to US. In case of your interest we will let you know when it´s available. Thank you.
Sana-Store.com, 24.7.2017 08:52
Hi, I like Sana bread maker very much (because of the stainless steel tub), but am wondering if it will work on 110Volts? I can change the plug, but not sure about the voltage. Thanks.
Alexey, 26.6.2017 09:12 1 reply
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Hello Alexey, thank you for your interest in Sana bread maker. Unfortunately we have European model only and it doesn´t work on 110V. But we´ve decided to create the US version as well - we expect delivery later in August/early in September 2017.
Sana-Store.com, 26.6.2017 09:15

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