Kenwood Chef Premier KMC570, Silver Was £399.99 now £229.99 @ Amazon + additional free Bowl
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Kenwood Chef Premier KMC570, Silver Was £399.99 now £229.99 @ Amazon + additional free Bowl

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Found 12th Nov 2013
Kenwood Chef Premier KMC 570 Kitchen Machine

The Chef Premier, featuring a 1000 Watt motor, will make food preparation tasks even simpler. With a stylish matt silver finish, it will complement any style of kitchen.

If you are experienced in the kitchen, regularly prepare everyday meals and like the challenge of trying more elaborate recipes and catering for larger groups of friends and family, the KMC570 is the kitchen machine you need for a second pair of hands in the kitchen. Advance your culinary skills with confidence, knowing that the Kenwood Chef Premier will achieve the results you desire.

As well as a 4.6L stainless steel bowl, the KMC570 Chef premier includes four bowl tools supplied (K Beater, balloon whisk, dough hook, Creaming Beater), 1.6L ThermoResist glass blender allowing you to use hot and cold food one after the other and food processor attachments.


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.

Thanks to mobjw hotukdeals.com/tag/dea…616 cheaper one at £199.99 with a white body (couldn't see any other difference) but if you like your "brushed steel" maybe this one is for you.

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Original Poster

Also.....

Free Kenwood Chef Glass Bowl Offer
Kenwood are giving away a free Kenwood Chef Glass Bowl when you buy the following Kenwood Chef models: KMC010, KMC013, KMC570 between Tuesday, October 1, 2013 and Tuesday, December 31, 2013. Applications must be received by Kenwood by Friday, February 14, 2014 link here

Have been looking out or a ken wood!

OH nice find OP, could really do with a decent glass bowl for our Kenwood, anyone know when they're for sale separately?
Never mind, just seen it, for £54 eek!

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MR GUS

OH nice find OP, could really do with a decent glass bowl for our … OH nice find OP, could really do with a decent glass bowl for our Kenwood, anyone know when they're for sale separately?Never mind, just seen it, for £54 eek!



I seem to remember there being a non Kenwood Generic on that fitted... ill have a dig around, yup have PMd the ebay link (basic Kenwood Bowl search)

Edited by: "LuxoR" 13th Nov 2013

These still as well made as they used to be?

Same price at John Lewis and it comes with a 2 year guarantee, one of them is probably price matching the other.

I've had two second hand Kenwood Chef's, and they were very old and the motors went on both, but they were both probably over 30 years old by the time they died, and no motors available now, so cannot repair.

They are beautiful machines, but are they really worth the extra money for most people? Probably not. For most people get a hand blender, a hand mixer and if you want to make bread a bread machine, and all that will cost you less than half the price of this.

Still tempting though...

My Mom has had hers for about 45 years & still going strong despite repeated, heavy use. We got one as a wedding present & it is great. Will hopefully remain a permanent feature in our family providing more happy baking memories.

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Yeah I agree, if you enjoy or want to bake/prep more then worth spending the extras on a "professional" class "tool" vs only for the odd bit here and there you can get similar products for half the price or less. For me I have been eyeing one of these up for a while now so I only buy once as it were...

EdCov

Same price at John Lewis and it comes with a 2 year guarantee, one of … Same price at John Lewis and it comes with a 2 year guarantee, one of them is probably price matching the other.I've had two second hand Kenwood Chef's, and they were very old and the motors went on both, but they were both probably over 30 years old by the time they died, and no motors available now, so cannot repair. They are beautiful machines, but are they really worth the extra money for most people? Probably not. For most people get a hand blender, a hand mixer and if you want to make bread a bread machine, and all that will cost you less than half the price of this. Still tempting though...



Plus it has been lower in the past : [img]charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/…png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0〈=en[/img]

iceman85

Plus it has been lower in the past : … Plus it has been lower in the past : [img]http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B006WYVF98/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en[/img]



That was probably a black friday deal or something

Hello,
Did anyone buy a kenwood in the offer period and get the free glass bowl. I bought mine in December, I completed the form and posted it as soon as I brought one. I still did not receive the glass bowl. Any update would be most helpful!!

Thanks,
Arc

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Yup I did, (although only arrived last week) it took some chasing though their marketing dept but finally turned up.
Edited by: "LuxoR" 4th Mar 2014

I sent off the form about a week before February 14th (the date by which applications had to be received). I received my returned copy of the invoice in the post about a week or ten days later, and the bowl turned up last Friday morning. Get in touch with them if you haven't had anything from them yet. HTH.
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