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I would like to buy the Sana smart Bread maker for use in the USA.
It has been since 2017 Sana has been saying “ next year” .
Next month is 2020 and I don’t want to wait any longer to buy one. Definitely not saying anything bad about the company as I realize it is very difficult with all of the requirements necessary to market in the US. Quite the opposite I am very excited about being able to purchase the Sana smart bread machine BUT I must do my due diligence first as I would be responsible for any damage caused by our US electricity standards. B
I would like to know what it says on the label of the machine or underneath where you plug it in what you motor is electrically rated for by the manufacturer. Preferably a photo of the label.
I contacted an electrician as I have 220 volt access in my house in the kitchen. This is what he told me.
“ If the Manufacturer has rated it to be BOTH 50Hz & 60Hz
capable, then it won’t result in any damage in the US ” And he said there is always is a label on the appliance itself that states the electrical rating.
He also told me.
“ One major problem with appliances with an AC motor is the 50-60hertz difference, US motors will run slowly and not perform properly in European countries while European motors will ran too fast and suffer damage in the US. Unless the manufacturer made some special dual system provisions. Get a photo of what the manufacture prints on that label of the Breadmaker before you purchase it”
So with that being said could you please email me a photo of the label on the Smart Bread maker?
I will then take it down to the electrician so he can see it and tell me whether I can purchase this or not with my set up. Thank you very much
PS I believe you have my email address as I had to type it in, to be able to log into this forum.
Is there a downloadable version of the User's manual to the Bread Maker that is properly translated to English? I got my exclusive set today, but it only came with a Hungarian manual which is so poor that it's impossible to understand and, based on my first results, is incorrect at places.
I also wonder if it's possible to restart the BAKE phase only, when the results indicate that the bread is not properly baked? I have not been able to find this in the manual and the controls on the unit are very confusing, it would restart the KNEADING but I can't get it to go back to BAKE for some more time. My old 100EUR Panasonic had that function, surely this one must too?
The manual can be downloaded here: https://www.sanaproducts.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Sana_breadmaker_en_min_V2.pdf
If you need to bake your bread longer after the program is finished, you can select program #4 (pressing the recipe "book" button cycles through the programs). Program four is baking only, and eliminates the kneading and rising phases.
Do you have any news/update as to when the bread machine will be available in the U.S.? Thanks!
There is no firm update. We are hoping that a US version will be ready towards the end of next year.
Do you have any updates on this release? All of US is waiting!!!
We don't have any updates. We are eagerly waiting too, and hoping the final prototype will be finished soon for testing. I'm honestly shcoked that no other manufacturer in the US is making a bread machine with a stainless sttel pan.
Any news yet for USA bread maker? It’s March 2020...just wondering.
Hi Juliet. We're looking at the end of this year or early next year if all goes without problem.
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.
Oh God a WiFi controlled bread maker. how have we ever survived without!??