Kenwood Chef Foodmixer Reviews
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Customer Kenwood Chef Foodmixer Reviews (11)
by - written on 07/12/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
= = = = = = The Price = = = = = = I purchased my Kenwood Chef Foodmixer a few years ago for around £300, which does seem a lot for a food mixer, but to be honest we wanted a great quality one that would last us many years and one that was versatile, so we could squeeze as much use out of it as possible, therefore the Kenwood Chef Food mixer seemed like the ideal purchase. It is available to buy from Currys for the sale price of £169 which is a great saving from the usual £299 retail price. It is also available to buy from eBay sellers from around £160. = = = = = = = = Specifications: = = = = ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/12 (Useful, 55 readings)
I've had my Kenwood Chef for about 6 months now and I use it all the time! It is fantastic for all sorts of kitchen uses. Including, mixing, making cakes, but I use it mostly for making my own bread. The dough hook attachment is an absolute must in my vuew. The machine itself is built very sturdily, I struggle to lift it because it is so heavy, which could be a downside if you need to put the mixer away after every use. On the plus side, this makes me feel that it is very well buit and I don't anticipate needing to rreplace it anytime soon, which is good! The motor used in the machine, appears to be ratehr powerful and doesn't seem to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/07/11 (Very useful, 85 readings)
I got a Kenwood chef for christmas about 3 years ago when i really started to get into cooking - well baking mainly cakes, cookies etc, and this tool has been a life saver! No longer do i have to spend ages with a fork or a whisk trying to get teh butter and sugar to mix together and become creamy and light - the Kenwood chef does it all for me in about 30 seconds! I got the standard model which came with three internal attachments; the famous K beater, a whisk, and a dough hook. I have used all of these and they all work great! I only have two problems with my Kenwood chef. 1. It can be damn noisy! It is hard to hear what you are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/07/11 (Very useful, 100 readings)
I bought my kenwood chef a few years back after constantly borrowing my mum's who has had hers for over 35 years. The model that I bought came with blender attachment and between the main mixer and the blender this piece of equipment gets almost daily use in our home. The mixer is very heavy so I leave mine sitting out on the countertop, I think you are more likely to use it if you don't have to keep taking it in and out of cupboards. I use the main mixer part for baking mainly, it comes with a dough hook for kneading bread, a balloon whisk for cream, egg whites etc and the K Beater which is really good all rounder. The bowl ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/10 (Very useful, 82 readings)
If you are reading this review because you have doubts as to whether or not to get a Kenwood chef as compared to another make, it is probably because (a) you didn't have one at home as a kid, so you don't know how well they last, or (b) they are outrageously expensive! In brief, if expense is your concern, they can be bought second-hand at far more reasonable prices and, if you've never had home at home before, then you probably don't know that these really will last a lifetime. Functions You could dismiss this for being a glorified foodmixer that has obtained some kind of middle-class cult status. That's a bit unfair - it may well be just a ... Read the complete review
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