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Kenwood kMix Stand Mixer, 1000 W, Cream - £169 Prime Day Exclusive @ Amazon
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Kenwood kMix Stand Mixer, 1000 W, Cream - £169 Prime Day Exclusive @ Amazon

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Posted 16th Jul

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Kenwood kMix- Stand Mixer- KMX754RD

This is an amazon prime day deal and looks good value for money, with decent reviews and free next day delivery
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Also available in Black, White and Red at the same price.

  • 5 Litre glass bowl with graduations
  • Electronic speed control with gradual speed increase making sure your mixture stays inside the bowl
  • Adjustable baking tools: K beater, whisk and dough tool
  • Folding function designed to fold ingredients gently for light and airy creations
  • Slow speed outlet designed to allow the use of additional attachments available to buy separately

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Ziu16/07/2019 10:45

People pointing out in reviews problem with fragile plastic base for the …People pointing out in reviews problem with fragile plastic base for the bowl. Seems quite a flaw but still overall feedback is at 4.3 :/ This is the top of price range which I can allocate for a stand mixer. Any suggestions? Is that the deal I was looking forward ?


I have one of these that I purchased a few years ago and I really can't recommend it highly enough....put it this way I've used it 3 to 4 times a week since I got it and it's still as good as ever and it's one of the few kitchen gadgets I have that I'd replace instantly if it broke....unlike the sandwich toaster, George Forman grill, hand blender which now I've mentioned I have no idea which cupboard they may be hiding in

However the only thing I would say is that I was aware that there may be some issues with the glass bowl when I purchased mine and went for the metal bowl instead and am really glad I did....I'm guessing there's positive and negative points with each but I eventually purchased a spare bowl and went for the glass one which I have to admit I've never used due to the fact that the thing is pretty heavy and I'm also a bit of a klutz and terrified of dropping and breaking it

Think the problem with the plastic base refers to the ring that goes around the bottom of the glass bowl but honestly can't comment more on it as as I say I haven't used my glass bowl as I prefer the metal one....also find that if I'm making dough in it it does tend to take a lot of strength/pressure to release the bowl....now tend to knead it for a minute, release the bowl, put it back on for a minute and so on as had a hell of a job one time trying to remove the bowl from the machine after leaving dough kneading in it....I'm also pretty sure if I'd been using a glass bowl it would have ended up breaking under the pressure that I had to use to get the bowl out of the machine.

Only other thing I would say is the whole machine is really, really heavy so I'd say it isn't really designed to be constantly lifted in and out of a cupboard but am sure some people will disagree.

At the end of the day I think the machine is fantastic, very well made and far better than the cheaper versions that tend to have a mind of their own and start "walking" across the work surface when you put them on.

Anyway so sorry for rambling on & sorry if I haven't been of much help.
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Also available in different colours for the same price
People pointing out in reviews problem with fragile plastic base for the bowl. Seems quite a flaw but still overall feedback is at 4.3 :/

This is the top of price range which I can allocate for a stand mixer. Any suggestions? Is that the deal I was looking forward ?
I have a KMIX purchased from Amazon Warehouse about 9 years ago - solid as a rock, built like a tank. Mine has a metal bowl though, which I prefer. Can't recommend these highly enough as long as the quality is still the same as mine.
Ziu16/07/2019 10:45

People pointing out in reviews problem with fragile plastic base for the …People pointing out in reviews problem with fragile plastic base for the bowl. Seems quite a flaw but still overall feedback is at 4.3 :/ This is the top of price range which I can allocate for a stand mixer. Any suggestions? Is that the deal I was looking forward ?


If you don't mind it in red and it maybe having a scratch or two, I'd consider the warehouse offers on this item - you can get for £154.25 plus 20% off. Works out at around £123.40.
Thanks @samcank - great price!
Ziu16/07/2019 10:45

People pointing out in reviews problem with fragile plastic base for the …People pointing out in reviews problem with fragile plastic base for the bowl. Seems quite a flaw but still overall feedback is at 4.3 :/ This is the top of price range which I can allocate for a stand mixer. Any suggestions? Is that the deal I was looking forward ?


I have one of these that I purchased a few years ago and I really can't recommend it highly enough....put it this way I've used it 3 to 4 times a week since I got it and it's still as good as ever and it's one of the few kitchen gadgets I have that I'd replace instantly if it broke....unlike the sandwich toaster, George Forman grill, hand blender which now I've mentioned I have no idea which cupboard they may be hiding in

However the only thing I would say is that I was aware that there may be some issues with the glass bowl when I purchased mine and went for the metal bowl instead and am really glad I did....I'm guessing there's positive and negative points with each but I eventually purchased a spare bowl and went for the glass one which I have to admit I've never used due to the fact that the thing is pretty heavy and I'm also a bit of a klutz and terrified of dropping and breaking it

Think the problem with the plastic base refers to the ring that goes around the bottom of the glass bowl but honestly can't comment more on it as as I say I haven't used my glass bowl as I prefer the metal one....also find that if I'm making dough in it it does tend to take a lot of strength/pressure to release the bowl....now tend to knead it for a minute, release the bowl, put it back on for a minute and so on as had a hell of a job one time trying to remove the bowl from the machine after leaving dough kneading in it....I'm also pretty sure if I'd been using a glass bowl it would have ended up breaking under the pressure that I had to use to get the bowl out of the machine.

Only other thing I would say is the whole machine is really, really heavy so I'd say it isn't really designed to be constantly lifted in and out of a cupboard but am sure some people will disagree.

At the end of the day I think the machine is fantastic, very well made and far better than the cheaper versions that tend to have a mind of their own and start "walking" across the work surface when you put them on.

Anyway so sorry for rambling on & sorry if I haven't been of much help.
TechnoDonkey16/07/2019 10:52

I have a KMIX purchased from Amazon Warehouse about 9 years ago - solid as …I have a KMIX purchased from Amazon Warehouse about 9 years ago - solid as a rock, built like a tank. Mine has a metal bowl though, which I prefer. Can't recommend these highly enough as long as the quality is still the same as mine.


Totally agree about the metal bowl....just to reassure you they're still really well made machines....or they were about 3 years ago when I got mine
tiggerloveslife16/07/2019 12:00

Totally agree about the metal bowl....just to reassure you they're still …Totally agree about the metal bowl....just to reassure you they're still really well made machines....or they were about 3 years ago when I got mine


You can buy a metal bowl online for a reasonable price. I'd recommend it for more intensive mixing. Glass serves no advantage other than aesthetics
TechnoDonkey16/07/2019 12:03

You can buy a metal bowl online for a reasonable price. I'd recommend it … You can buy a metal bowl online for a reasonable price. I'd recommend it for more intensive mixing. Glass serves no advantage other than aesthetics


These also have a more powerful motor than the equivalent Artisan, which is partly why I chose it over that brand all that time ago. I use mine for everything from bread/pizza dough to mashed potatoes to meatball and kebab meat tenderising. You can even use the K Beater attachment (the one you'll use most of the time) for shredding chicken amazingly well.
Edited by: "TechnoDonkey" 16th Jul
tiggerloveslife16/07/2019 11:58

I have one of these that I purchased a few years ago and I really can't …I have one of these that I purchased a few years ago and I really can't recommend it highly enough....put it this way I've used it 3 to 4 times a week since I got it and it's still as good as ever and it's one of the few kitchen gadgets I have that I'd replace instantly if it broke....unlike the sandwich toaster, George Forman grill, hand blender which now I've mentioned I have no idea which cupboard they may be hiding in However the only thing I would say is that I was aware that there may be some issues with the glass bowl when I purchased mine and went for the metal bowl instead and am really glad I did....I'm guessing there's positive and negative points with each but I eventually purchased a spare bowl and went for the glass one which I have to admit I've never used due to the fact that the thing is pretty heavy and I'm also a bit of a klutz and terrified of dropping and breaking it Think the problem with the plastic base refers to the ring that goes around the bottom of the glass bowl but honestly can't comment more on it as as I say I haven't used my glass bowl as I prefer the metal one....also find that if I'm making dough in it it does tend to take a lot of strength/pressure to release the bowl....now tend to knead it for a minute, release the bowl, put it back on for a minute and so on as had a hell of a job one time trying to remove the bowl from the machine after leaving dough kneading in it....I'm also pretty sure if I'd been using a glass bowl it would have ended up breaking under the pressure that I had to use to get the bowl out of the machine.Only other thing I would say is the whole machine is really, really heavy so I'd say it isn't really designed to be constantly lifted in and out of a cupboard but am sure some people will disagree.At the end of the day I think the machine is fantastic, very well made and far better than the cheaper versions that tend to have a mind of their own and start "walking" across the work surface when you put them on.Anyway so sorry for rambling on & sorry if I haven't been of much help.


Impressed with you using it 3-4 times a week. I’m intrigued to know what all you’re preparing with it ? I can only ever think of cakes / desserts and dough for pizza bread etc.
Enzee061816/07/2019 12:54

Impressed with you using it 3-4 times a week. I’m intrigued to know what a …Impressed with you using it 3-4 times a week. I’m intrigued to know what all you’re preparing with it ? I can only ever think of cakes / desserts and dough for pizza bread etc.


Sadly I feel I am about to disappoint as you as I mainly use it for baking....but in saying that I do a lot of baking and using the Kmix is far better (and easier) than using my hand held mixer and removes the torture of kneading dough by hand for ages...was trying to think what I made using it last week...oh yes....a chocolate cake, a Battenburg, Dough for almond croissants and cinnamon rolls, a large fruit cake, a victoria sponge, shortbread and 40 cupcakes....

Oh and the same as TechnoDonkey I use it for mashed potatoes
The KMix advantages over the Artisan due the the electronics. It's got a torque sensor that gives it a slow start - ever watch people use Artisans immediately switch it to 6 and flour and sugar sprays everywhere? These ramp up to the speed over a few seconds.

Also the Artisans have a sacrificial plastic cog that goes if going gets tough - the torque sensor in these will just stop the machine. I've never had it happen, though.
tiggerloveslife16/07/2019 11:58

I have one of these that I purchased a few years ago and I really can't …I have one of these that I purchased a few years ago and I really can't recommend it highly enough....put it this way I've used it 3 to 4 times a week since I got it and it's still as good as ever and it's one of the few kitchen gadgets I have that I'd replace instantly if it broke....unlike the sandwich toaster, George Forman grill, hand blender which now I've mentioned I have no idea which cupboard they may be hiding in However the only thing I would say is that I was aware that there may be some issues with the glass bowl when I purchased mine and went for the metal bowl instead and am really glad I did....I'm guessing there's positive and negative points with each but I eventually purchased a spare bowl and went for the glass one which I have to admit I've never used due to the fact that the thing is pretty heavy and I'm also a bit of a klutz and terrified of dropping and breaking it Think the problem with the plastic base refers to the ring that goes around the bottom of the glass bowl but honestly can't comment more on it as as I say I haven't used my glass bowl as I prefer the metal one....also find that if I'm making dough in it it does tend to take a lot of strength/pressure to release the bowl....now tend to knead it for a minute, release the bowl, put it back on for a minute and so on as had a hell of a job one time trying to remove the bowl from the machine after leaving dough kneading in it....I'm also pretty sure if I'd been using a glass bowl it would have ended up breaking under the pressure that I had to use to get the bowl out of the machine.Only other thing I would say is the whole machine is really, really heavy so I'd say it isn't really designed to be constantly lifted in and out of a cupboard but am sure some people will disagree.At the end of the day I think the machine is fantastic, very well made and far better than the cheaper versions that tend to have a mind of their own and start "walking" across the work surface when you put them on.Anyway so sorry for rambling on & sorry if I haven't been of much help.


Thank you! You have convinced me to buy one. So now, I'm waiting for the red version arriving Thursday. Any idea where I can find the metal bowl which will suit my new mixer?
Ziu16/07/2019 15:32

Thank you! You have convinced me to buy one. So now, I'm waiting for the …Thank you! You have convinced me to buy one. So now, I'm waiting for the red version arriving Thursday. Any idea where I can find the metal bowl which will suit my new mixer?


Unfortunately the bowls tend to be quite expensive....don't know if it's any help but Kenwood themselves are selling the bowl for £67.11.....will put the link below as you'll see what you are looking for...mentioning which someone on the reviews also says about the weight of the glass bowl so glad to find out it's not just me then oh actually have just noticed that there are 2 different metal bowls which look identical and can't figure out if there's any difference between the two as they both come under the Kmix title...well apart from the obvious fact that one is a lot cheaper at £45.59...anyway the 2 links are as follows:

The £45.59 link is as follows:
4kenwood.co.uk/che…owl

The £67.11 link is as follows:
4kenwood.co.uk/che…owl

Really do hope that you'll be happy with the mixer when you receive it and don't end up cursing me for "persuading" you to buy one...think it was a very wise decision to go with the Red...exactly the colour I would have chosen out of those available as we all need a bit of colour in our lives...admittedly mine is purple as it was a John Lewis exclusive a few years back

On a serious note if there's anything you're not sure about when you receive the mixer just drop me a PM and I'll do my best to help out as much as I can
I have an older version of this, it must be about 40 years old as I bought it from a friend about 30:years ago. It has had a lot of use and I would recommend it very highly. Mine came with a glass bowl - I do not know if the metal ones were available when mine was made - so I have no experience of anything else, but nothing has ever needed replacing on it.
I became a fashion victim and bought a Kitchen Aid, and really wish I'd got one of these instead. The Kitchen Aid can only go so far in terms of kneading dough (well known fault), and then you have to finish by hand. My sister has a Kenwood, and kneads the heaviest dough without issue. So if deciding between the two, save dough (ta-dah!) and get this, especially at this price.
Edited by: "Holdsworth" 16th Jul
sanityassassin16/07/2019 11:05

If you don't mind it in red and it maybe having a scratch or two, I'd …If you don't mind it in red and it maybe having a scratch or two, I'd consider the warehouse offers on this item - you can get for £154.25 plus 20% off. Works out at around £123.40.


Do you have the link for this one? I can’t find it sorry
How does this compare with the Kenwood stand mixer which I recently bought from Costco for £290
sanityassassin16/07/2019 23:56

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B071WS2LP6/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used


Thank you
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