Kenwood Stand Mixer KM240, 900 W - £74.99
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Kenwood Stand Mixer KM240, 900 W - £74.99

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Edited by:"ITMA"Found 11th Nov
Mick says alot of foods and dose other stuff aswell.

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As an owner of one of these I would say don't invest if you want it to do a decent job. It doesn't mix properly as the tools don't reach the sides of the bowl fully. The whisk attachment is fine, but the beater and kneader are questionable.

Scott199014 m ago

As an owner of one of these I would say don't invest if you want it to do …As an owner of one of these I would say don't invest if you want it to do a decent job.


I'll go ahead and order then as I was looking for something to do an awful job.

Who's 'Mick' and why should I listen to him?

If this had come with blender and processor then it would be a deal

Scott19901 h, 9 m ago

As an owner of one of these I would say don't invest if you want it to do …As an owner of one of these I would say don't invest if you want it to do a decent job. It doesn't mix properly as the tools don't reach the sides of the bowl fully. The whisk attachment is fine, but the beater and kneader are questionable.


I have one of these and must say I'm very impressed with it for the price.
I use the mixer on average once a fortnight to make a variety of cake batters, frostings and meringues.
It's true you do have to use a flat spatula around the sides sometimes but if you look at most of the videos on YouTube where any mixer is used a spatula is used regardless of the make or model.
The whisk and beater attachments are fine however I've never used the kneader/hook attachment so can't comment.

.....forgot to mention that when I got mine for the same price it came with the blender, mixer and juicer attachments.
Edited by: "AndrewGarner" 11th Nov

I'm guessing Welsh, and used voice recognition?

Don't bother if you plan on using it for dough! I've had to return mine as it was shaking like all the parts were unscrewed.
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