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Rosewill RHBM-15001 Bread Maker review

The Rosewill RHBM-15001 is an affordable bread maker which offers a lot of features for the price.

Rosewill RHBM-15001 Bread Maker review
(Image: © Amazon)

Our Verdict

A low-priced bread machine with a great range of features.


  • Automatic nut and fruit dispenser
  • Dishwasher-safe blade and tin
  • 12 programs and three color options
  • Make gluten free, quick, and whole wheat bread


  • Only one kneading blade
  • Fiddly controls

The best bread makers will often cost a lot more than the Rosewill RHBM-15001 2-Pound Programmable Bread Maker, but a legion of loyal fans will tell you that you don’t need to spend a lot of money to find a high-quality bread maker. This bread machine is powerful and runs quietly, while offering 12 digital programs and a two-pound capacity. It lacks the two kneading blades and smart controls you’ll find in more expensive models, but for the price it’s hard to go wrong with this bread machine.  

Rosewill RHBM-15001: What you need to know

For a low-cost bread maker, the Rosewill RHBM-15001 Bread Maker offers some high-end features we’ve seen in more expensive models such as the Breville BBM800XL. This includes an automatic fruit and nut dispenser. Some bread makers will sound an alarm to alert you that it’s time to add fruits, nuts, and seeds to your loaf, but this machine will add it automatically. 

A two pound capacity is fairly standard for bread machines, and the Rosewill RHBM-15001 is no exception. Its default setting is for a 1.5 pound load with medium crust color, but this can be customized depending on what you’re baking. Available settings include the Rapid Bake setting, as well as French, Whole Wheat, Sweet, and Gluten-free bread. 

Rosewill RHBM-15001

The Rosewill RHBM-15001 can bake either 1.5 or 2-pound loaves of bread.  (Image credit: Amazon)

Other features included in the Rosewill RHBM-15001 include a 13-hour timer, which will allow you to make fresh bread overnight. You can even use the Keep Warm setting for up to an hour, if you’re a fan of warm, freshly baked bread (and let’s face it, who isn’t?). In the case of a power cut, you’re covered by a 10 minute electric power cut off memory function which will resume baking once the power comes back on.

You’ll get 11 recipes included when you order the Rosewill RHBM-15001, as well as a measuring cup, spoon, and kneading blade removal hook. Talking of blades, this bread maker comes with one kneading blade. Most bread makers come with two as standard, but it does mean there’s one less blade to remove from your loaf before cutting into it. The bread pan and kneading blade are both dishwasher safe.

Rosewill RHBM-15001: Reviews

Overall, users love the Rosewill RHBM-15001 Bread Maker. Some have reported it as being notably quiet, which is great for a low-cost machine. By contrast, the Oster CKSTBR9050-NP is reportedly noisy. Some users have noted that, because of there only being one kneading blade, not all of the ingredients you’ll place in the Rosewill will reliably mix. However, those who have made gluten free bread report that it is delicious and easy to make.  

Should you buy the Rosewill RHBM-15001 Bread Maker? 

For those seeking an inexpensive bread maker with a good range of settings, consider the Rosewill RHBM-15001 Bread Maker. It has an impressive selection of functions for the price, and will make great-tasting gluten free bread and automatically dispense fruit and nuts. Some higher-end bread machines have better polish, with two kneading blades and more tactile controls, but we think that the Rosewill is an affordable and reliable bread maker for those with smaller budgets

Millie Fender

Millie is a staff writer at Top Ten Reviews who joined the team straight out of college, where she spent more time working on the student newspaper than her actual degree. Her spare time is spent traveling, cooking, playing guitar and she's currently learning how to knit. Millie loves tracking down a good deal and keeping up-to-date on the newest technology and kitchen appliances. She has also written for Top Ten Reviews' sister site, Real Homes.