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KENWOOD KM331 - £129.99 @ Currys

£129.99 @ Currys
Make your cooking an effortless creative pleasure with the Kenwood KM331 Classic Chef Kitchen Machine. Mixing power This Kenwood mixer has a powerful 800 watt output and 8 speed settings includi…
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Make your cooking an effortless creative pleasure with the Kenwood KM331 Classic Chef Kitchen Machine.

Mixing power

This Kenwood mixer has a powerful 800 watt output and 8 speed settings including a pulse function for a powerful mix. The automatic electronic speed control works to maintain the speed and power not matter what you're mixing.

Get attached to your cooking

There are three mixing attachments designed to suit different tasks, including a K-beater, whisk and dough hook.

The large 4.6 litre non-stick bowl allows for great mixing results and easy food preparation. The planetary mixing action within the bowl delivers comprehensive mixing and perfect results.

Cheapest I've seen it.
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
An excellent piece of kit even if not a big seller,at this price a bargain,thanks op heat added.
#2
Superb price OP - heat added xx
#3
I was wondering for dough mixing for everyday use would this one be better use:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kenwood-KMC577-1000-Watts-4-6-Litres-Chef-Premier-Kitchen-Machine-Graphite-/141938854226?hash=item210c370952

I was just wondering due to 1000 watts vs 800 watts, obviously its £50 dearer but was wondering if it was worth i?

Thanks
1 Like #4
nothingmuch
I was wondering for dough mixing for everyday use would this one be better use:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kenwood-KMC577-1000-Watts-4-6-Litres-Chef-Premier-Kitchen-Machine-Graphite-/141938854226?hash=item210c370952
I was just wondering due to 1000 watts vs 800 watts, obviously its £50 dearer but was wondering if it was worth i?
Thanks

I have the Kenwood km330 - which is an 800 watt machine. Its considered one of the more "basic" Kenwood chefs out there - however, I find it absolutely fantastic. I've had it for 3 years now and bake and make bread dough constantly with it, it doesn't even break a sweat and has coped well with anything I've thrown at it. For me I don't see the point in paying extra - but entirely up to you. Hope that helps? Xxx
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manic91
nothingmuch
I was wondering for dough mixing for everyday use would this one be better use:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kenwood-KMC577-1000-Watts-4-6-Litres-Chef-Premier-Kitchen-Machine-Graphite-/141938854226?hash=item210c370952
I was just wondering due to 1000 watts vs 800 watts, obviously its £50 dearer but was wondering if it was worth i?
Thanks
I have the Kenwood km330 - which is an 800 watt machine. Its considered one of the more "basic" Kenwood chefs out there - however, I find it absolutely fantastic. I've had it for 3 years now and bake and make bread dough constantly with it, it doesn't even break a sweat and has coped well with anything I've thrown at it. For me I don't see the point in paying extra - but entirely up to you. Hope that helps? Xxx

Yes that does help a lot, thank you so much for your help!
#6
nothingmuch
manic91
nothingmuch
I was wondering for dough mixing for everyday use would this one be better use:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Kenwood-KMC577-1000-Watts-4-6-Litres-Chef-Premier-Kitchen-Machine-Graphite-/141938854226?hash=item210c370952
I was just wondering due to 1000 watts vs 800 watts, obviously its £50 dearer but was wondering if it was worth i?
Thanks
I have the Kenwood km330 - which is an 800 watt machine. Its considered one of the more "basic" Kenwood chefs out there - however, I find it absolutely fantastic. I've had it for 3 years now and bake and make bread dough constantly with it, it doesn't even break a sweat and has coped well with anything I've thrown at it. For me I don't see the point in paying extra - but entirely up to you. Hope that helps? Xxx
Yes that does help a lot, thank you so much for your help!

No problem - good luck! Xx
#7
Love my Kenwood prospero 240 mixer. It's 900 watt and is £99 from Amazon

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