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Kenwood White Mini Food Chopper CH180A Was £22.00 Now £14.66 @ Sainsburys
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Kenwood White Mini Food Chopper CH180A Was £22.00 Now £14.66 @ Sainsburys

£14.66£2233%Sainsbury's Deals
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Posted 6th Jan 2019

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Great Price ..... Very good reviews of over 2,200 customers 4.5 out of 5

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The White Mini Chopper CH180A has a 300W motor and has sharp, stainless steel blades for lasting chopping performance. It comes with a 350ml bowl with 150g chopping capacity and an oil drip lid for making mayonnaise and other delicate sauces.

Features:
Power output 300 watts
0.35 litre container with 0.35 litre working capacity
2 variable speeds settings
Removable blades
Dishwasher safe parts
Attachments include: oil drip hole lid, ideal for making mayonnaise

Measures: H19 x W14.5 x D11cm
Wattage:300W
Weight:950g
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7 Comments
If this is the model branded as a Delia cheat, it's rubbish. An absolute nightmare to put together, so frustrating.
weeZl06/01/2019 18:14

If this is the model branded as a Delia cheat, it's rubbish. An absolute …If this is the model branded as a Delia cheat, it's rubbish. An absolute nightmare to put together, so frustrating.


I think it's a matter of frequency that we use these products which is true for all other food processors....
It’s really small, bought it before Christmas but took it bac
Janette50541 m ago

It’s really small, bought it before Christmas but took it bac


Its a mini chopper so has to be small
Love my mini chopper, does what it needs to
apur322 h, 8 m ago

I think it's a matter of frequency that we use these products which is …I think it's a matter of frequency that we use these products which is true for all other food processors....


had it over a year now, a seized up Rubik cube is easier to use.
its a rebranded no name mini chopper - bought one for £5 a few years back
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