SILVERCREST KITCHEN TOOLS Professional Food Processor and Blender £79.99 @ Lidl
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SILVERCREST KITCHEN TOOLS Professional Food Processor and Blender £79.99 @ Lidl

£79.99LIDL Deals
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Found 6th Nov 2014
Powerful and durable kitchen accessory for kneading, mixing and blending
Food Processor with 10 speed settings and pulse function
1200W
Swing arm for easy accessory change
Includes:
- Large, removable stainless steel bowl, capacity (L): 6.5
- Blender attachment with stainless steel blade and lid with fill opening, capacity (L): 1.5
- High-quality dough hooks and beaters with Teflon® non-stick coating
- Stainless steel whisk
3 year manufacturer's warranty

17 Comments

Original Poster

It will be for sale 13Nov
Last time I couldn't get one, really need to know if any good please.
Edited by: "prity" 6th Nov 2014

prity

It will be for sale 13dec Last time I couldn't get one, really need to … It will be for sale 13dec Last time I couldn't get one, really need to know if any good please.




November according to there website. (next Week)

I got one of these last time and it is really good I use it 3 or 4 times a week and it is well worth the money

Original Poster

Ttjoppe

November according to there website. (next Week)

oops ,yes it is.

Original Poster

moutard

I got one of these last time and it is really good I use it 3 or 4 times … I got one of these last time and it is really good I use it 3 or 4 times a week and it is well worth the money

thanks alot .

Would like to buy one, but will it really be able to kneed a heavy bread mix? Does it have to rest every now and then so the motor won't overheat, basiclly is it powerfull enough? Thanks

Original Poster

GB credit crunch

Would like to buy one, but will it really be able to kneed a heavy bread … Would like to buy one, but will it really be able to kneed a heavy bread mix? Does it have to rest every now and then so the motor won't overheat, basiclly is it powerfull enough? Thanks

I want to know too !

prity

I want to know too !


I use it for bread 3 or 4 times a week and it does the job really well it is a great machine and well worth the money

Excellent price for a 1200W machine, heat added!

I'm sure pretty much everyone would want a Kitchen Aid or a proper Kenwood, but they're just so expensive, so out of the cheaper sub £100 food mixers I've been looking at, this with a 1200w motor, and the blender attachment seems to be the best deal, any thoughts?

My OH wants one, must be red (flat, not metallic, yeah I know!), and suitable for most tasks, although we have a breadmaker so not too fussed on the need for using dough hooks.

Really would just like to know of anyone's experience from having bought one when previously on offer.

Either way, heat added, thanks OP

One on groupon looks better at 79.99

its a pain when you post a good deal but it doesnt quite get to 100 degrees, means you dont get people weighing in with reviews on the product. my two deals posted are stuck under 100.

This looks really good! might get this for the OH, cheers OP

Original Poster

ratsdomino

its a pain when you post a good deal but it doesnt quite get to 100 … its a pain when you post a good deal but it doesnt quite get to 100 degrees, means you dont get people weighing in with reviews on the product. my two deals posted are stuck under 100. This looks really good! might get this for the OH, cheers OP

thx , bought one this morning,still in the box.last year it was gone by 8am . I need it for kneading to be honest,let's see how it goes

prity

It will be for sale 13NovLast time I couldn't get one, really need to … It will be for sale 13NovLast time I couldn't get one, really need to know if any good please.

got one today and tried it. Impressed with performance. Great dough. Don't think will use the jug though.

GB credit crunch

Would like to buy one, but will it really be able to kneed a heavy bread … Would like to buy one, but will it really be able to kneed a heavy bread mix? Does it have to rest every now and then so the motor won't overheat, basiclly is it powerfull enough? Thanks

this's a 1200 watt. Very strong. Did a test drive today and I think it can easily handle heavy bread mix.

At about 1/3rd the cost of the Kenwood I bought 7 years ago this seems a really good buy, I'd have snapped it up if I still needed one but thankfully our Kenwood is still working fine.

Hello lovely people please any 1 or 3 star on this product..like what's overall rating of this..really need to get one..this week.
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