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No-Mess Breadboard
No-Mess Breadboard
3.3 stars out of 5 based on 4 reviews.

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We are expecting delivery of the No-Mess Breadboard on 03 04 2015 and we will despatch it as soon as it comes into stock

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The no mess bread boardby Thelma Richardson

4 stars out of 5

No-Mess Breadboard

Our present board is fine but we also needed to add rubber buffers to stop it moving around. The manufacturer needs to ensure the cutting slats have no shakes or knots as some the slats in our present board have split. Hence a replacement is needed

Published 31 12 2014

Uselessby Trevor Legg

1 stars out of 5

No-Mess Breadboard

this is rubbish. it is very weak and if you slice a big loaf of bread (e.g tiger loaf) then the crumbs still get scattered far and wide - this certainly is only big enough for very small bread etc. and i never have small bread in my restraurant. stupid to make it so small. a waste of money. don't buy unless you use small loaves of bread etc. i am not often disapointed with lakeland stuff. :(

Published 18 07 2013

A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. We're sorry for the disappointment and will be in touch shortly.

Breadboardby SarahJayne

3 stars out of 5

No-Mess Breadboard

Love the look of this breadboard and the drawer is very handy to catch the crumbs but my husband finds it difficult to cut the bottom of the slice as he finds that the knife catches on the slats. Also, it's pretty tough; we (accidentally) dropped a cast iron sauce pan on it and it only broke one of our slats! (which we were able to fix with glue)

Published 27 09 2012

Great product but slides about!by Sam

5 stars out of 5

No-Mess Breadboard

Having used something similar in the 70's I was delighted to be able to buy an updated version. It does the job well, is neat and can even be stood up on end to save space. The only drawback is that it slides about when being used as I discovered when it hit my ceramic fruit bowl into a wall (RIP!). A short-term solution is to place it on a damp cloth but better still, purchase some adhesive backed silicone/rubber pads which do an admirable job of stabilising the board. I'm surprised these haven't been included as standard rather than having to go and buy them myself.

Published 16 09 2011

A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. I've passed your suggestion for non-slip feet to the buyer.

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