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Kenwood Chrome Food Processor FP186 £29.99 @ Robert Dyas
Kenwood Chrome Food Processor FP186 £29.99 @ Robert Dyas

Kenwood Chrome Food Processor FP186 £29.99 @ Robert Dyas

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Been having a look for a food processor this morning and came across this one that seem a good price. I have had a look and cant see it already posted but sorry if I have missed it. Amazon are charging £78.47 for the same one.
Features:
Compact food processor with blender/liquidiser
0.8 litre capacity bowl
1 litre fully calibrated liquidiser
Simple one speed operation with pulse option
High quality stainless steel blades ensure the best of chopping/blending performance
Fully interlocked bowl and liquidiser prevent blade from operating unless all parts are correctly located
Supplied with citrus juicer
Wide range of attachments for slicing, shredding, chopping, whisking, mixing ,juicing and blending
Cord storage reduces trailing flex on the worktop
Chrome

Delivery is £4.95 but worth ringing your local store and asking if they have stock, you can find there number if you click on store locator.

Hope this helps someone. I dont seem to be able to ad a picture so could someone do this for me please

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Correction - Amazon aren't charging £78.47 for the same one; a marketplace seller on Amazon is. This processor has been available for around this price for a while (cuurys, dixons etc). Right now it's £34.99 at dixons with free delivery dixons.co.uk/pro…238 - But tbh, I wouldn't waste your money on this if you want to make your own mince etc as this isn't a great processor.

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Oh Thanks Liddle ol' me can you recomend any goods ones to me please, I need to get one today. Thanks

Liddle ol' me;4179719

I wouldn't waste your money on this if you want to make your own mince … I wouldn't waste your money on this if you want to make your own mince etc as this isn't a great processor.



I wouldn't use ANY food processor for mincing meat anyway! It tears the fibres to shreds and you end up with something like mechanically recovered meat slurry, as well as overheating it! :-(
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