Discussion and comments
What is the longest delay you can programme for bread making?
You can program up to a 10-hour delay.
Is this programmable via WiFi?
It isn't programmable via WiFi.
Do you have any bread makers that are WiFi controlled?
We don't have a WiFi controlled bread maker at this time.
I'm confused: can't I buy this product and an adaptor to use it in the US? I've been reading online & it seems like a plug adaptor should be sufficient. Is there something I'm missing?
A plug adaptor wouldn't work with most US houses, because the Sana bread maker only operates on 230V 50 Hz power. However it's possible you already have a 220 volt outlet in your house, as these are becoming more common in the US in utility rooms. Many large appliances in North America like washing machines operate on 220 volt power. In this case you'd just need a cheap plug adaptor.
Otherwise 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:
Would there be smart breadmaker that is available in 230volt/60hz?
I would also like to be informed, when the US version will be available if possible?
sorry, it should be 220v/60hz
The breadmaker is officially 230V/60Hz, but will operate fine between 220-240 volts.
We don't have an availability date yet for a US version. We are working on a new version of the breadmaker which will come in both 230 volt and 110 volt models. We hope it will be available sometime in 2020.
Have a nice day
Hi there, will the Sana bread maker work in Australia with an adaptor plug? Thanks. :)
Yes. Australia operates on the same electicity standard as Europe - 230 V 50 Hz - so it would only need a plug adaptor. Note however that we currently don't have a distributor in Australia, so shipping would be expensive and if there were any service issues it would need to be shipped to Europe.