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Kenwood CCC200WH kCook Food Processor, White Was £260 Now £99.95 @ John Lewis

£99.95 @ John Lewis
One for the gadget freaks amongst us. Kenwood food processor, that also stirs and cooks your recipes, then keeps them warm for up to 30 minutes, then all parts that come into contact with food can … Read More
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
One for the gadget freaks amongst us.

Kenwood food processor, that also stirs and cooks your recipes, then keeps them warm for up to 30 minutes, then all parts that come into contact with food can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

I've been interested in the Thermomix 'robot chef' for a long time, put off by the peculiar purchasing process and 'Thermonimal' price tag, so although nothing like as advanced, this seems a good value choice for a budding wannabe robo chef.

As usual with John Lewis, you get a 2-year warranty that for £15 can be extended to 4 years, free delivery or free next day click and collect to John Lewis or Waitrose is available.

And now some copy and paste stuff from Kenwood's marketing people:

Save time and create scrumptious, hassle-free meals for you and the whole family with the kCook CCC200WH food processor from Kenwood. It chops your ingredients to a perfect consistency and then cooks or steams them for a delicious meal for up to four people. With the aid of the included attachments, you can also heat and stir at the same time, meaning you can make delicious desserts with minimal fuss. No matter whether you're making your favourite curry or branching out and trying something a little more creative like Creme Brûlée, the kCook is the ultimate option for kitchen versatility.

Saves You Time and Energy on Family Meals

With the Kenwood CCC200WH kCook, you won’t have to slave over the stove any more, giving you more time to relax with your family.

Large Capacity

With a 1.5L bowl capacity, the Kenwood kCook makes enough for a family of 4 and the recipe app, specifically designed to work with the product, provides a range of every day recipes offering inspiration and new ideas. The manual modes even allow the speeds and temperatures to be changed for recipes to be adapted to personal taste.

Create a Variety of Meals

The Kenwood kCook provides ‘one pot’ cooking, allowing flavoursome casseroles, fresh soups and various sauces to be prepared at the touch of a few buttons. It even steams your vegetables and fish in the steaming basket for an even healthier family meal. With the choice of three bowl tools, ingredients can be chopped to the desired texture before switching to the stirring tool to ensure the dish is cooked evenly or steamed with the use of the steaming basket.

Convenience

The Kenwood kCook Cooking Food Processor makes creating healthy, homemade meals easy. Complete with a simple, step-by-step guide and pre-set functions a variety of dishes can be prepared with confidence, freeing up more time to do other tasks.
Attachments & Features:
Knife blade
Steaming basket
Stirring tool
Cleaning brush
Dishwasher safe parts
Measuring cup
Recipe suggestions
Safety interlock
Spatula
Processing blade
Stirring paddle
Heated bowl
Step by step cooking
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
Looks good as it cooks food as well.
I have a Thermomix it's so overrated for the price. You can make dough but you then have to cook it in oven and same for cakes I expect for the price over £1000 it would cook everything in it.
Didn't pay anywhere near £1000 for mine and still don't think it's worth it.

Edited By: patti on Feb 05, 2017 08:00: Added info
#2
Is this worth a hundred quid?
1 Like #3
I've been considering buying this for a while - does anyone have any experience of it that could recommend? Would appreciate any advice, not sure whether to go for it or not! Heat added OP xx
#5
I would buy it but as I already said I have a Thermomix.
It's same reduced price on Amazon. Amazon and John Lewis have 2 year guarantee which you pay extra for.
1 Like #6
Thanks, Patti but to be clear JL have a free 2-year guarantee that can be extended to 4 years for 15 quid.
#7
Voted hot for the price compared to thermomix, but will stick with my trusty Kenwood chef and pots/pans.
#8
origrav92
Thanks, Patti but to be clear JL have a free 2-year guarantee that can be extended to 4 years for 15 quid.

No brainier then if you want to buy it. I am a gadget person even I want it but don't need it. Amazon one is not in stock but delivery when it is in stock.
#9
Reading the reviews...don't think it's quite good enough to replace some of my other kitchen aids.... as yet ;)
#10
There is a Thermomix thread on Mse so I put the link to this kenwood one and someone replied saying don't bother buying it as it's rubbish and not worth £99 and not worth cupboard space.
#11
patti
There is a Thermomix thread on Mse so I put the link to this kenwood one and someone replied saying don't bother buying it as it's rubbish and not worth £99 and not worth cupboard space.

Thanks for the info - would you have a link?
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patti
There is a Thermomix thread on Mse so I put the link to this kenwood one and someone replied saying don't bother buying it as it's rubbish and not worth £99 and not worth cupboard space.
Detailed review then. To be honest, if you had an expensive thermomix you may be less inclined to recommend a much cheaper option that is good - makes your own purchase look poor value.
#13
origrav92
Thanks, Patti but to be clear JL have a free 2-year guarantee that can be extended to 4 years for 15 quid.
That's the way John Lewis make it look, certainly. But I think all you get is additional cover for the same 2 year period - not another two years on top.
#14
Newbold
origrav92
Thanks, Patti but to be clear JL have a free 2-year guarantee that can be extended to 4 years for 15 quid.
That's the way John Lewis make it look, certainly. But I think all you get is additional cover for the same 2 year period - not another two years on top.


No I have a warranty till 2021
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origrav92
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origrav92
Thanks, Patti but to be clear JL have a free 2-year guarantee that can be extended to 4 years for 15 quid.
That's the way John Lewis make it look, certainly. But I think all you get is additional cover for the same 2 year period - not another two years on top.
No I have a warranty till 2021
Just out of curiosity, does the warranty show an actual date 4 years after purchase, or are you relying (as I did until I realised I'd been caught out) on the website wording?
#16
I have a certificate with the year printed on it, I think it depends on the type of product as to the level of cover, but I agree the website is misleading and is not treating customers fairly as required by the FCA.
#17
I checked with John Lewis. The guarantee is 2 years with them and the additional payment is for the same 2 concurrent years but provides accidental cover. It's quite mis-leading.
#18
suzhayes
I checked with John Lewis. The guarantee is 2 years with them and the additional payment is for the same 2 concurrent years but provides accidental cover. It's quite mis-leading.
That's precisely what I found when I bought something recently. These warranties are made to look like extensions of the original warranty, but they're not - they just run alongside them.

Origrav92 reports a different experience however - it's the date on the certificate which matters, of course. John Lewis, as so often nowadays, are being rather less than straightforward in their dealings.

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