Kenwood KN400 Reviews
Product Type: Kenwood electrical appliances
Description:Electric Knife. Brand: Kenwood. Multi-purpose electric knife ideal for slicing meats, poultry and bread. Ultra sharp ... more
Newest Review: ... in fairness, £18 for a very useful kitchen appliance is not too bad at all. The exact model is a Kenwood KN400 Electric ... more
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Kenwood KN400 Electric Knife
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Kenwood Multi purpose electric knife - KN400
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Customer Kenwood KN400 Reviews (7)
by - written on 05/08/07, updated on 15/09/07 (Very useful, 1007 readings)
Christmas should be a time of giving, a time where the whole family should feel relaxed around the warmth glow of the home and where everyone learns to take things slowly and easy. If that is the case then why do half of my mum's friends still carve away roughly at the Turkey/Roast Beef/whatever is on a bone with old knives which should have been consigned to the bin years ago? Quite simply, they don't have an electric carving knife. And this Summer our electric carver knife has been out on the barbecue too! Most experienced cooks and bakers will have an electric carving knife - it's not just for Christmas! My mumís best friend has one she bought at Argos but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/13 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have a large family (three, now -adult children, their partners, my grandchildren - the list gets longer each year!) It is no longer an easy thing to do , to invite everyone round for a meal - but when we do manage to tie everyone down to a date that suits us all, it is nice to cook a big roast dinner. This year, over Christmas time, I bought a very large Beef joint, and though I say it myself, it was cooked to perfection. I had thought ahead on this and I will be honest, I despise carving a joint of meat.. I personally prefer thin slices, although not everyone does - my knives are never sharp enough, so I had previously taken the plunge and bought ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
==Price and Availability== After moving into our flat we were given loads of different bits and pieces from people, one thing being a bread maker. As I have a complete inability to cut a decent slice of bread from the loaf I decided to buy an electric knife which I knew were a lot better for this sort of thing as my Mum and Dad have one too. As usual, I bought from Argos, my Mum previously had a Cookworks Electric Knife and it was good for a while but quickly gave up the ghost so I decided on a slightly more expensive model. The Kenwood KN400 Electric Knife is priced at £16.99 at Argos and can be picked up in store or delivered; I didn't mind paying a little ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Carving up meat or carving up bread was always done by special knives, when I say special I mean like bread is cut with a bread knife (not very sharp) and meat is cut with a knife like a butchers knife (very sharp), watching my dad when I was younger carving the turkey, cutting the chicken or just in the kitchen hacking away on a leg of lamb. When I grew up I wanted to purchased these same knives just because that's what I saw people do it with when I was younger. So I was shopping around to get a good set of knives when I started to notice that there were electrical knifes and wondered how good they would be. The Kenwood Electric Carving Knife ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/10 (Very useful, 139 readings)
After years of struggling with a non electric carving knife and large meat fork I purchased the Kenwood electric carving knife. I was getting embarrassed serving our guests large slabs of meat when cooking a roast dinner. My husband being a huge meat lover didn't see this as a problem hence why it took so long to buy one. This kitchen gadget is extremely simple to operate. On unboxing you have the body of the unit that has a comfortable handle incorporating the unit as a whole with just 2 buttons on the top. The button nearest the handle is the on / off button. The other is the blade release button. You get 2 stainless steel blades that are ... Read the complete review
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