Kenwood KMC 010 Titanium Chef Food Processor with 5 year warranty and attachments £399.99 delivered (Amazon) - HotUKDeals
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The ultimate kitchen machine. If you are experienced in the kitchen and regularly prepare everyday meals but like the challenge of trying more elaborate recipes for large groups of friends and family, this is the machine for you. Advance your culinary skills with confidence, a second pair of hands for the kitchen.

Product features:

1400 watts.
8 speed.
4.6L main bowl liquid working capacity.
1.6L blender capacity.


Slices, grates.

General information:

6 attachments including: k beater, dough hook and whisk.
Manufacturer's 5 year guarantee.
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this isn't a food processor it's usually classified as a stand mixer.

not voting as I have no idea if this is a good deal or not although seems expensive to me but I'm looking for a kitchenaid or kmix
ah after checking the link what you need to add is stand mixer with food processor and blender attachments, which then makes it look like a better deal.
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kenwood mixers aren't as pretty as the Kitchenaids but they have more power. good deal!
I have one of these and it's a beast! It mixes anything! Luckily I was given mine as a gift :)
My Mrs uses these in her bakery and because it's British made and unlike KitchenAid you can get parts when it breaks. Solid machines...
My Mrs uses these in her bakery and because it's British made and unlike KitchenAid you can get parts when it breaks. Solid machines...
If only they were still British made. Made in China, unfortunately, these days, like pretty much everything else.
Got mine at £379.99 but if you buy from John Lewis during a promo period, you get a free glass bowl too. JL ran out of stock while I was waiting to order mine, bought off Amazon and now disputing the validity of my glass bowl claim. But either way, you have a good sized mixing bowl. I looked at a Kenwood Major too but with an over 6l capacity bowl, you have to keep scraping the sides of the bowl while mixing up for 1 small cake. This one manages a 2-egg sponge fine but you do still need to scrap it a little.

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