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KitchenAid Almond cream 5KFC3515BAC mini food chopper £34.50 instead of £69 with free Click & Collect @ Debenhams
KitchenAid Almond cream 5KFC3515BAC mini food chopper £34.50 instead of £69 with free Click & Collect @ Debenhams

KitchenAid Almond cream 5KFC3515BAC mini food chopper £34.50 instead of £69 with free Click & Collect @ Debenhams

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KitchenAid Almond cream 5KFC3515BAC mini food chopper £34.50 instead of £69 with free Click & Collect @ Debenhams. Home Delivery is £3.49 on orders under £40 or free on orders over £40.

The Food Chopper features easy one-handed operation with top mounted buttons. 2 Speeds provide optimal results, regardless of the task. Use the Chop button for everyday chopping needs, Use the higher Puree speed to quickly puree ingredients. Liquid Adder: Use the liquid ingredient adder to add liquid ingredients such as olive oil during processing. Stay-on blade: This strong, razor-sharp blade quickly process small amounts of meats, fresh or cooked fruits and vegetables, and nuts and herbs. Blade locks on the shaft to stay in place while you pour out ingredients.

Model: 5KFC3515BAC
Wattage:240
Speeds:2 Speeds
Bowl capacity:830 ML
Number of functions:two

4 Comments

Not sure why you'd spend this much. This model has been recommended by Delia for years and still wayyyy cheaper.

amazon.co.uk/Ken…WPC

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NikLP

Not sure why you'd spend this much. This model has been recommended by … Not sure why you'd spend this much. This model has been recommended by Delia for years and still wayyyy cheaper.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kenwood-CH180-Mini-Chopper-300/dp/B0000C6WPC



Personally I wouldn't spend so much and I have the Kenwood one you've put the link to which does exactly what I need it to BUT some people like the kitchenaid brand and this is the cheapest price around for it...hence the reason I posted it.

At the end of the day I suppose it is no different to any other premuim brand price vs cheaper brand price for any kind of product and each to their own

Fair enough. My GF got the Lakeland one for Xmas and it has a couple of good features but suffers from design faults that the kenwood does not.

NikLP

Not sure why you'd spend this much. This model has been recommended by … Not sure why you'd spend this much. This model has been recommended by Delia for years and still wayyyy cheaper.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kenwood-CH180-Mini-Chopper-300/dp/B0000C6WPC



I used to think like this. But just like James Martin, Delia is a sell out.
The kenwood is ok for occasional relative light use. But if want something heavy duty that won't burn out when you over fill, chop something like onions or cashunuts then kitchen aid is much better.
Put it simply if you just wanna occasional chopper to cook for 2 then kenwood is fine. Anything else kitchen aid.
I wouldn't pay £69. But I just brought this at £34.50
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