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Factory Second: Cooking Chef KM069 £449.10 @ kenwoodworld
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Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Use code THANKS10 for 10% discount. Factory Second: Cooking Chef KM069 Capacity: 6.7 litre bowl. 1100W Induction Cooking System cooks directly in the mixing bowl. 8 mixing speeds… Read more

Original Poster

fallout51

Not voting, just curious... But what does this do that a cheap mixer … Not voting, just curious... But what does this do that a cheap mixer can't?



Main difference/feature would be the induction cooking and mixing.
http://oi67.tinypic.com/e5gt45.jpg


I agree that the price for a mixer for home is a bit too much and even I got myself a cheper sub £100 mixer for home.
I do however have 2 restaurants and one of them uses that exact mixer with all the attachements that I managed to snap for £650 on black friday RPP £1099.98

I could say that that machine replaces thousands of pounds of commercial equipment I could go for (and a lot of space).
I can see why it went cold and expected nothing else but still posted the deal as I think it could be a great machine for someone opening a cafe/restaurant/bakery etc and buying attachements that would be of use for them at £40 - £60 each (high speed blender, pasta maker, food processor etc (most of them on sale at the moment and 10%off works too).



Edited by: "iammienta" 31st Mar

Not voting, just curious... But what does this do that a cheap mixer can't?
Kenwood Classic Chef KM330 - £98.99 @ Kenwood
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The price is already discounted to £109.99 however you can use code THANKS10 to get it further down to £98.99. Free Delivery. The nearest price elsewhere is Amazon UK at £135.

Original Poster

tarryboy

Can you 'ghun atta' with this?


If you talking about making roti/chappati dough then yes, that's what I bought it for. Measure dough, add a teaspoon oil and then add water gradually. When its nearly done, add teaspoon of oil to finish it off. I have kept it on min speed only and result is dough kneaded closely matching how I would have done manually. It took 5-7 mins to make roti dough from 400g flour and about 300ml water.

Edited by: "dealicon" 8th Apr

Can you 'ghun atta' with this?

its back up to £180

GDB2222

What comes in the box? I need the liquidiser, dough hook, etc, but this … What comes in the box? I need the liquidiser, dough hook, etc, but this seems just to be the basic mixer. Is that right?



As above, I have this model - when I bought mine it came with the k beater, whisk and dough hook attachments, plus a large recipe book, splash guard and spatula. No liquidiser, you can buy that attachment separately though. Hope that helps xx

subhi

Is this the metal frame or the plastic framed one ?



I have this model - albeit I bought it 3-4 years ago. It's metal framed and the bowl is plastic xx