Grundig UM9140 Die Cast Professional Food Mixer £139.98 delivered @ Ebay/Ebuyer
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Grundig UM9140 Die Cast Professional Food Mixer £139.98 delivered @ Ebay/Ebuyer

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Found 29th Dec 2012
Don't forget Quidco, just bought one of these very good mixer for price and you get two bowels plus all Kitchenaid stuff fits it.

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Grundig UM9140 Die Cast Machine Food Mixer

This Grundig UM9140 Die Cast Professional Food Mixer will look amazing in any kitchen, let it inspire you to create beautiful food. It is truly a work of art with a classic design which will adorn any kitchen worktop.

Whether you are an amateur or a professional this mixer will be a great accessory in your kitchen, made to make your life easier!


Features: •Die case durable machine with full metal construction
•Powerful 450 watt motor
•Metal gears - direct drive transmission
•High performance planetary mixing action
•10 Variable speeds
•Two stainless steel mixing bowls - 4.8L and 2.8L
•Contains heavy duty flat beaters-dough hooks-wire whips and scraper
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just checked the ebuyer website buy it there as free delivery so its just £129.99
don`t really need two bowels
Powerful 450 watt motor

better go for:

hotukdeals.com/dea…877

which comes with a liquidizer
oh thats very pretty, the bowls are 2 different sizes, the sainburys one is also a good price but not as pretty, wish i could justify this right now
siandy

oh thats very pretty, the bowls are 2 different sizes, the sainburys one … oh thats very pretty, the bowls are 2 different sizes, the sainburys one is also a good price but not as pretty, wish i could justify this right now



:)Totally agree.....the Grundig mixer is much more pleasing to the eye & looks great in my kitchen.....it also does the job of the much dearer equivalent mixers
I make my bread using one of these (and the odd cake) and we have bought some Kitchenaid accessories, which also fit.
I managed to get this from The Hut for just over £120 using a discount voucher a while ago.
I would recommend this mixer.
siandy

oh thats very pretty, the bowls are 2 different sizes, the sainburys one … oh thats very pretty, the bowls are 2 different sizes, the sainburys one is also a good price but not as pretty, wish i could justify this right now



The one from Sainsbury's is 900W
Have this Grundig mixer. Very good but can be noisy. Looks nice. Wife made an enormous Christmas cake with it and it coped - just - even though the very dense mixture filled the largest bowl - the baked and iced cake weighed about 4.5kg! On the subject of the 450W, KitchenAid mixers have motors which look underpowered in a specification too. If you put a really inefficient high powered motor with weak gearing, is that really better? A better comparison is Kenwood's quoted capacities - 1.6kg of cake mixture (about 1/3 the size of my wife's massive Christmas cake) or only 500g of dough. How come, if the motor in the Kenwood is twice as powerful, it is specified to mix only one-third the amount of cake mixture my wife's Grundig managed?
Edited by: "musical" 29th Dec 2012
musical

Have this Grundig mixer. Very good but can be noisy. Looks nice. Wife … Have this Grundig mixer. Very good but can be noisy. Looks nice. Wife made an enormous Christmas cake with it and it coped - just - even though the very dense mixture filled the largest bowl - the baked and iced cake weighed about 4.5kg! On the subject of the 450W, KitchenAid mixers have motors which look underpowered in a specification too. If you put a really inefficient high powered motor with weak gearing, is that really better? A better comparison is Kenwood's quoted capacities - 1.6kg of cake mixture (about 1/3 the size of my wife's massive Christmas cake) or only 500g of dough. How come, if the motor in the Kenwood is twice as powerful, it is specified to mix only one-third the amount of cake mixture my wife's Grundig managed?



I am sure that if you would check the manual Grunding will not say it is ok to mix a 4,5 kg cake :). Anyway the one from Sainsbury's is still cheaper (£109) and you can pick it up from your local store which would spare you £30. £30 is more than 25% extra for a mixer which has a smaller motor and no liquidizer.
It really is worth reading the 25 user reviews of this mixer on Amazon. Search for UM9140. It gets 4.8 out of 5, and there are some interesting comments attached to some reviews. Particularly useful is a comparison between the UM9140 and the KitchenAid from a user who owns both. Hope this helps someone.
I bought one of these mixers for my wifes birthday. It died on first use. Got it replaced, and this morning, the replacement has just died, after maybe half a dozen uses or so.
Could be unlucky I guess.
dante2000

Powerful 450 watt motorbetter go … Powerful 450 watt motorbetter go for:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kenwood-km280-prospero-kitchen-machine-sainsbury-119-99-1420877which comes with a liquidizer



Are you sure that a liquidizer is included? There is no mentioning of it on the Sainsbury site. The bit more expensive 283 as sold in Tesco comes with it though...
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