Kuhn Rikon FP2501 Kitchen Centre - Was £249 Now £67.13 delivered @ EmpireDirect - HotUKDeals
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Kuhn Rikon Kitchen Centre
Model FP2501
Stainless Steel Bowl
600 watt
2 Year Guarantee

Product Description
3.5 litre stainless steel mixing bowl
Automatic rotating mixing bowl
9 variable speeds with pulse function
1.3 litre glass blending jug
Mini chopper includes: chopping blade, slicing and shredding discs
Peanut paste cup

Attachments include:
Balloon whisk,
pair of dough hooks
and flat beater Spatula

DONT FORGET 2% Quidco!

READ THIS!! Before you shoot me down in flames, ring any Empire Store and check for yourself.

It is improperly listed on their site! They have made a mistake in the description.

Go to AMAZON and do a search for FP2501 (without the 'R') and see that it is exactly the same item.
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Looks good.
Nice find,H/R added:santa:
great price ! hot
Thanks, voted hot x :-D
Also at Robert Dyas for £69.99 so cheaper from Empire.

Also, £77 from John Lewis with 3 year warranty thrown in.

600 watt motor? Is that standard? My hand blender is 800 watts.

Well THIS KENWOOD is 400w

[COLOR=#003399]Kenwood MX275 Patissier Mixer 4lt 400w (Cream)[/COLOR]

So your point is??
just wanted to say that I took delivery of mine today and I am certainly NOT disappointed.

It appears to be well made and not the slightest bit flimsy.

Haven't 'put it thru it's paces' yet but everything seems to be very well designed and I was surprised to find that the liquidiser container is made of thick glass - NOT plastic.

Instructions are pretty poor though but any cook should know how to use one. There is nothing about does & donts in regards to how to use - for example - Can hot liquids be used in liquidiser?
I assume the answer is YES but not boiling.

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