KENWOOD KM331 Classic Chef Kitchen Machine - Silver - £149.00 at Currys (Less than Half Price)
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KENWOOD KM331 Classic Chef Kitchen Machine - Silver - £149.00 at Currys (Less than Half Price)

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Found 5th Nov 2014
I think this is the cheapest this model has ever been, I know its been on sale before at the price of £169.99 at Currys. On Amazon the cheapest I can find the same model is £174.06.

Here are the product details:

Power 800 W

Speed levels 8

Capacity 4.6 litres

Colour Silver

Attachments included
- K-Beater
- Wire whisk
- Dough hook

FEATURES

Dishwasher-safe parts Yes

Accessories included
- K-Beater
- Wire whisk
- Dough hook
- Liquidiser

Dimensions 390 x 235 x 290 mm (H x W x D)

Weight 6.49 kg

Manufacturer’s gurantee 1 year

9 Comments

Just goes to show exactly how much profit margin is normally included as I doubt that even this price involves a loss!

Had a look at this. It had flimsy, plastic parts unlike my 30-year-old Kenwood Chef. The cover for the liquidiser power source was flexing and difficult to remove. The KM331 is not even listed on the official Kenwood website product range, probably because the company (now owned by the Italian DeLonghi group) is not proud of it.

i cant seem to find a sub £150 mixer where the reviews dont slate it for not mixing all the way to the edge of the bowl

surely its not beyond someone to make a decent cheap one?

redsox9

Had a look at this. It had flimsy, plastic parts unlike my 30-year-old … Had a look at this. It had flimsy, plastic parts unlike my 30-year-old Kenwood Chef. The cover for the liquidiser power source was flexing and difficult to remove. The KM331 is not even listed on the official Kenwood website product range, probably because the company (now owned by the Italian DeLonghi group) is not proud of it.



You did not look very far....
kenwoodworld.com/en-…hef

I bought one of these last year & quite happy with it for what i paid & for what I use it for. I also bought the slicer & shredder, as I use it more for prep cooking than baking, so I can't really comment on the whisk part - but I know the few times I have made dough & pastry that I need to push the mix in from the sides - but maybe I am overloading it with mixture.

As for flimsy plastic, I am not sure which part you are talking about. Only flimsy plastic part is the splash guard - I'm quite sure my parents one from the 70's (& still going strong) didnt come with one when new.
Also, the blender is hard plastic - but if I needed to, I can pay and buy a glass one.
This isnt the 70's or 80's anymore for build quality & its not going to cost you a months salary like it did back then either.

Edited by: "bojangles" 5th Nov 2014

White one is £149 from Amazon as well (although no stock until 14th November).
amazon.co.uk/dp/…CFK

559 reviews with vast majority being 5 stars.

Are you aware that you can adjust the K-beater and whisk, to go closer to the bowl? They have a screw head and lock nut.

O2 priority doing currys discount at the mo.

This one looks to have a better specification, with a bigger bowl and a considerably more powerful motor:

Power (watts): 1200 watts
Capacity (litres): 6.7 litres


hotukdeals.com/dea…567

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This one looks to have a better specification, with a bigger bowl and a … This one looks to have a better specification, with a bigger bowl and a considerably more powerful motor:Power (watts): 1200 wattsCapacity (litres): 6.7 litreshttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kenwood-kmm710-major-premier-kitchen-machine-co-operative-electrical-169-99-2037567



As I repeatedly tell my wife, bigger is not always better..............
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