KENWOOD Multi Pro FP586 Food Processor - Silver - £49.99 - CURRYS - 64% OFF
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KENWOOD Multi Pro FP586 Food Processor - Silver - £49.99 - CURRYS - 64% OFF

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Found 8th Dec 2012
there was a deal some time ago for £69, this is the lowest it has been!

Marketing description:

This silver Kenwood Multi Pro FP586 Food Processor is a multifunctional blender that's more than capable of liquidising, blending, juicing, chopping, kneading, whisking and more. The Kenwood Multi Pro FP-586 includes a large 1.5-litre bowl, two speed settings and a safety lock. Ten attachments are included to let you get the best out of the Kenwood MultiPro FP 586 Food Processor's functions. Meanwhile, the supplied recipe book gives you ideas for delicious dishes, smoothies, soups and sauces.

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Must for Indian cooking. Hot

NICE ..GOOD PRICE

was thinking of buying that one already sounds even better now ! thanks for posting!:)

Gudrun bargin

Can you collect it from the store and still get this offer?

Hot hot hot

Lol, whilst watching Saturday Kitchen live!

NorthWest

Must for Indian cooking. Hot



Why, because its from Currys?

MrMichealMouse

Can you collect it from the store and still get this offer?


Yep, even if the in store price is higher, you pay what's on the website if you reserve and collect.

Hot

Great price but I have a feeling if I bought one it would live in the cupboard with all my other must have kitchen gadgets

Cheers, grabbed one.

This is a good piece of kit.

Guys, apologies if this sounds like a stupid question but can I use this cake mix etc?

Heat

Is this a good deal?

Just ordered . Thanks

cold only a 500w speed and lakeland have a 750w for same price, IMHO need 1kw speed to do a decent job
typical Currys show a high RRP from a couple of years ago so sale prices look good

zubedamulla

Is this a good deal?



Title is a bit misleading, it's only £48 at Makro online (albeit in white) so this is about the right price.

SilentStorm

Guys, apologies if this sounds like a stupid question but can I use this … Guys, apologies if this sounds like a stupid question but can I use this cake mix etc?



you'd use a food processor for making pastry etc and some preparation of baking ingredients, but generally you need a mixer for cake mix and baking etc. either a hand mixer or something like a Kenwood Chef - or cheaper brands
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