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Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine 4.6 Litre 800 Watts - White and Silver- reduced from £229.98 to £139.99 @ Amazon
Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine 4.6 Litre 800 Watts - White and Silver- reduced from £229.98 to £139.99 @ Amazon

Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine 4.6 Litre 800 Watts - White and Silver- reduced from £229.98 to £139.99 @ Amazon

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Kenwood Chef Classic KM336 Kitchen Machine

The KM336 Chef Classic, with more power than ever before, is finished in a traditional gloss white. With 800 watt of power, mixing cakes, making pastry and blending soups is made even easier. The non-stick K-Lene coated bowl tools are dishwasher safe and easy to clean, giving you all you need to get started in the kitchen.

Dimensions: L: 39cm x W: 23.5cm x H: 29cm

Weight: 6.49kg


The Kenwood Chef

Since Kenwood was founded in 1947, it has been dedicated to the design and manufacture of innovative and durable products, making food preparation more simple and less time consuming. More than half a century on, Kenwood continues to produce kitchen machines that successfully combine innovation and durability. Kenwood has developed Chefs for all food lovers to ensure that all functions and requirements are met.

6 Comments

excellent deal for a classic, good find

Good price but around that price on other sites anyway. If you want a far more superior version, go for the Kenwood Chef Major KM020 at £327 which is a bargain too

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davej1710;7539166

Good price but around that price on other sites anyway. If you want a far … Good price but around that price on other sites anyway. If you want a far more superior version, go for the Kenwood Chef Major KM020 at £327 which is a bargain toohttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B000R5DT1U/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new


But if you dont a version that costs more than double, then see my post!

you would only need the bigger sized major if you are making very large size cakes/meringues/buttercream etc. I have this model and its excellant had it over 18 months now and cant fault it

retroelectro666;7540037

But if you dont a version that costs more than double, then see my post!



I agree and heat added to your post, but wasnt suggesting you pick either or, was saying its a good deal if you're after that size/ power etc but a heads up if you're after a bigger bowl/ motor etc. More just for info than anything else in case others were interested in alternatives. :thumbsup:

I got a Kenwood Chef 30 years ago and it's still going strong.
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