Kenwood Chef Titanium Mixer, 4.6L, KVC7300S £299.89 @ Costco (members)
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Kenwood Chef Titanium Mixer, 4.6L, KVC7300S £299.89 @ Costco (members)

£299.89£377.9621%costco Deals
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Found 12th Apr
Whether you're trying out a brand new recipe or an authentic dish tried and tested by generations, Chef Titanium enables passionate cooks like yourself to create dishes to your highest standard.

Chef Titanium comes complete with the highest quality stainless steel SYSTEMPRO bowl tools, allowing you to beat, knead, whisk, cream and fold with confidence.

The unique fold function enables you to carefully mix ingredients without losing air, and the variable speeds give you ultimate control.

Features:

  • 1500W motor for planetary mix action, maintaining speed and power under heavy loads
  • 3 stainless steel bowl tools included - k beater, power whisk and spiral dough hook
  • Large capacity 4.6L mixing bowl with in bowl illumination and handles
  • Electronic variable speed controls with halo illumination
  • Dishwasher safe parts
  • Fold function
  • Planetary mixing
  • Spatula included
  • Splashguard

Price includes delivery, however you need to be a member to get it at this price.


Amazon's price is £419.95, or £377.96 from a third party seller.
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1500W motor. Now your talking. Craps on the poxy Kitchenaid for the same price with 275W.
That is comparing apples to pears. The Kitchenaid you are referring to probably has a DC motor. Those are more efficient per Watt hence generate the same power for less power consumption. It is like boasting about a 100W tungsten bulb having more power than a 10W LED bulb.
yoleic24th Apr

That is comparing apples to pears. The Kitchenaid you are referring to …That is comparing apples to pears. The Kitchenaid you are referring to probably has a DC motor. Those are more efficient per Watt hence generate the same power for less power consumption. It is like boasting about a 100W tungsten bulb having more power than a 10W LED bulb.


To correct you here this is not an accurate statement. DC and AC motors have very similar efficiencies in general (we're talking within a few single digit %)
Compared to something like a combustion engine and electric motor is incredibly efficient in converting its input energy (electric) into ouput energy (kinetic).

1500w vs 275w will give you an extremely accurate direct comparison without any correction needed.
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