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1. Kenwood KW85 Portable Air Conditioner
$84.00 list()
2. Delonghi Large Meat Grinder Attachment
$59.99 list($79.99)
3. Delonghi Pasta Maker Attachment
$59.88
4. KENWOOD Oil Filled Electric Radiator
$129.95 list($129.99)
5. Kenwood FS-130 Meat Slicer
$59.00 list($69.99)
6. Kenwood WM-03 Four Slice Belgian
list($0.00)
7. Kenwood Grain Mill Attachment
list($399.00)
8. Kenwood KM410 Chef Classic 5-Quart
list($499.00)
9. Kenwood KM800 Major Classic Stand
list($79.99)
10. Kenwood KP-102 Electric Food Mill
$75.32
11. Kenwood KP102 Electric Food Mill
12. Kenwood KW85 Portable Air Conditioner
list($83.99)
13. Kenwood Slow Speed Slicer Shredder
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14. Kenwood Splash Guard for Chef

1. Kenwood KW85 Portable Air Conditioner
list price: $800.00
our price: $599.95
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Asin: B0001FQU8U
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood
Sales Rank: 68539
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Motorized louvers maximize airflow; 8,500 BTU's
  • Easy-to-use push button controls and LCD display
  • Built-in dehumidifier; remote control included
  • Ready to cool quickly--just 3-to-5 minutes
  • Exhaust hose included to ensure proper cooling

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous looking addition to room, but weak cooling ability
If only this gorgeous looking air conditioner could really cool a room!! I am so in love with the stunning sleek design and shiny bright white color. Very simple and professional looking. Sturdy build. Not cheap looking, like others I have seen at Home Depot and Sam's Club.

I bought this for my apartment. It has 8500 BTU. I planned to use it in the living room (13x15 or 208 square feet) during the day, and then the bedroom at night (a bit smaller). I opened the package immediately the night I brought it home, but once I turned the power on for the first time, I was surprised that high power, turned to be little more than a feeble blowing of air. This weak fan, does not allow any of the cold air to actually push out of the unit and cool the room!!! Even if you stood 2 feet from it, it barely blew on you!!! Who would engineer such a thing?

The real test was the next day, when temperatures outside soared to 93 degrees. My unit could not manage to make the room cooler than 88 degrees for the entire day! I decided to give it another day (maybe it need to be broken in, I thought), but again it was did the same thing.

So disappointing that such a sleek looking and digital panneled portable a/c could disappoint like this. I read the entire manual, hooked it up properly and even called the company, Kenwood. Kenwood didn't really care. They told me it is discontinued and to just return it!!

With all the terribly ugly looking portable units out there, I had really wanted this to be my new a/c, but I will have to look elsewhere, and this time for something having perhaps 12000 BTU and a fan that blows like a tornado! Please, someone, design a beautiful looking portable a/c for far under $600 that works! What a pain. I hate the thought of lugging this 80 plus pound machine back to the store.

4-0 out of 5 stars Kenwood air conditioner
I bought this unit as an open box buy. It cools off 4 rooms wonderfully. I was happy to be able to download the manual off of amazon's website.

I have not been happy with Kenwood's customer service. I had contacted Kenwood several times via email in order to order parts that were missing (because I bought it as an open box item) and to receive a manual but had no success. My husband ended up making the window accessory that was missing and I ended up downloading the manual from amazon.com.

Thanks guys!

The portable air conditioner was definitely worth my money. ... Read more


2. Delonghi Large Meat Grinder Attachment for Stand Mixers

our price: $84.00
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Asin: B00004RBT3
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: DeLonghi America, Inc
Sales Rank: 14762
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Features

  • Made in Great Britain
  • Easy-to-use top-feeding tray
  • Compatible with Delonghi mixers
  • Plastic feed tray, with sturdy, steel mechanism, and output spout
  • Dishwasher-safe

3. Delonghi Pasta Maker Attachment for Stand Mixers
list price: $79.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004RBT2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: DeLonghi
Sales Rank: 29384
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Homemade pasta in two easy steps--prepare the dough in the bowl of your DeLonghi mixer then attach the extruder to the slow-speed outlet on the front of the mixer, drop in the dough, and voilà, spaghetti, macaroni, rigatoni, tagliatelle, or lasagne enough for six servings. Six easily interchangeable screens determine the noodle shape. A cleaning tool, measuring beaker, and wrench are also included. Simple and compact, this attachment is attractive, easy to use, and easy to store. The components are safe in the top rack of the dishwasher. Recipes are included for the novice, but in time only your imagination will limit variations on a fresh pasta theme. --Victoria Jenkins ... Read more

Features

  • Includes interchangeable screens, cleaning tool, measuring beaker, and wrench
  • Sturdy white-plastic housing, heavy-duty steel mechanism
  • Compatible with Delonghi mixers
  • Made in Britain
  • Dishwasher-safe

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars The dough is the key
Some custumers have been disappointed by this pasta maker because pasta sticks after the holed dish. They also say "the slightly wet pasta dough". That is the problem.
The dough, mixed with the K beater at speed 1 and even less and not overworked, has to be like breadcrumbs, as stated in the instructions.
The measuring cup is perfect; I use 5 eggs medium, exactly reaching the upper line in the cup and honoring the golden rule "1 egg for each 100 gr. of flour".
Do not use light or allpurpose flour, too sticky, or pure semolina, too strong and dangerous for the machine, but that special for pasta (in Montreal it is currently sold in the supermarkets). If it is not available, use a mix 50/50 allpurpose and semolina.
If only allpurpose is available, less liquid will be added to obtain a dry breadcrumbs consistence. In the kitchen spoons, cups and scales must be counterbalanced by the brains.
The best is to pour the mix in the pasta maker by hand and the hands have to remain clean and dry.
Cut the pasta beyond the dish with the back of a knife.
The pasta is so dense that the average cooking time is 12 minutes, while eggs pasta homemade usually takes 3 or 4 or 5 minutes only.
All, I say again all, the pasta makers working with the system of a screw pushing through an holed dish want to process a dry dough!! The main beauty of the Kenwood pasta maker is that the motor is not 150 watt, but much, much more powerful.
Why I rated this equipment 4 and not 5? Because the fettuccine dish makes fettuccine too thick.
Bon appetit
ps sorry for my elementar English. It is not my mother tongue, but I love it.

1-0 out of 5 stars Useless
Being a big fan of the Kenwood major machine, using it several times a week, I have been very disappointed by the Kenwood pasta maker.

Why - heres the story :

The pasta maker works by forcing pasta dough through a dish containing a number of holes, the shape of the holes determine which pasta you thought you were about to make.

The holes are placed vertically as well as horizontically (rows and coloumns).

When using the pastamaker, gravity pulls the fresh and slightly wet pasta dough towards earth.

On the long and indeed dangerous journey towards earth the pasta emerging from a vertical set of holes collides with pasta emerging from the same vertical set of holes - producing the bubble of dough you put into the machine in the first place - instead of pasta..

The pastamaker mey be good for something, but its not making pasta.
I believe Kenwood should change the name of this appliance or take it of the market alltogether. ... Read more


4. KENWOOD Oil Filled Electric Radiator Room Heater 6708EP

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Asin: B000653KLU
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood
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5. Kenwood FS-130 Meat Slicer
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00004RBSY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Maverick Industries, Inc
Sales Rank: 55710
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The word "maverick" conjures up images of nonconformity and risk-taking; not very confidence-inspiring adjectives when applied to a machine that features a formidable 7-inch stainless-steel slicing blade. However, with the Maverick food slicer, safety is a given: this deluxe household slicer contains a host of safeguards to ensure that only food--not fingers--makes contact with the cutter. Many commercial slicers require the operator to press and guide the food manually through the blade--a risky business when getting down to those final swipes. On the Maverick slicer, cheddar cheese, roast beef, or bread is held in place with a press plate and glides along a feeder track. Hands touch the feeder, but not the food.

To operate the machine, dial the desired thickness using the knob on the back of the motor housing and release the safety lock. Then hold down the pulse switch throughout the cutting process. If you let go for any reason, power to the blade shuts off--and so does the cutting action. A necessity for home canning, dehydrating, or preparing luncheon meats, the slicer comes with a 90-day warranty, and the blade, blade cover, and press plate disassemble for thorough cleaning. --Carol Gnojewski ... Read more

Features

  • Includes plastic receiving tray
  • Compact 14 by 9-1/2 by 9 inches
  • Adjustable speed for different foods, including cheese, meat, and vegetables
  • Easy-to-adjust blade for slices from paper-thin to 7/8-inch thick
  • Suction cups on base allow for nonskid operation

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Motor is underdimensioned
Pros: Easy to clean. Solid cast aluminium chasis.
Cons: After slicing just a few cabbages, the motor got extremely hot and the slicer began to smell. The 10-minute per hour duty cycle as the manual recomends is too little for any serious work. My unit will die soon from motor damage.
The safety switch will cause cramps if you have to hold it down for more than a few minutes.

1-0 out of 5 stars bad on-off
impossible to use for long periods of time (1 min) dut to poorly designed safety for on off switch

look for chef's choice

5-0 out of 5 stars The best of the best
This is such a wonderful slicer. It is very easy to handle and most importantly can be cleaned in a short time. It's perfect for a bonless ham. I would definately say this is a must for anybody with a large family. It is well worth the investment! ... Read more


6. Kenwood WM-03 Four Slice Belgian Waffle Maker
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00005NZCY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood
Sales Rank: 113530
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Amazon.com Review

Made of cast-aluminum to retain heat so it can be used timeafter time with little waiting, this heavy, 1400-watt appliance bakesfour, 4-by-4-1/2-inch waffles at once to satisfy the whole, hungryfamily. Nonstick grids readily release waffles and clean with the swipeof a cloth. A control button permits the heat to be set for extra-crispwaffles that stay moist inside. The same control can be set for softwaffles, and a browning control offers five settings, from light goldto mahogany. A red light shows when the waffle iron is heating, a greenlight when it's ready, the red light again while waffles are baking,and the green again when they are cooked according to conditions set bythe controls. The waffle maker has a polished aluminum top and astay-cool plastic handle to lift its lid. Waffle recipes are included.--Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Polished aluminum top, with stay-cool plastic handle
  • Nonstick grids bake four, 4-by-4-1/2-inch waffles at once
  • Made of heavy, cast-aluminum to retain heat for repeated use
  • Extra-crisp control for crisp-outside, moist-inside waffles
  • Light and beeper signal when waffles are done

7. Kenwood Grain Mill Attachment for Chef Stand Mixer
list price: $0.00
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Asin: B00004SABY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood Appliances
Sales Rank: 93713
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If you're into milling grain, or want to experience a healthy alternative to store-bought cereals, this automatic grain mill is an ideal accessory for your Kenwood mixer. The mill attaches easily to the mixer, accommodates from 750 grams to 1 kilogram of grain, and has a simple adjusting knob that allows you to select a fine, medium, or coarse grain. The open bowl design of the mill hopper makes it easy to fill, and once the grain is selected, the machine does all the work. This attachment works beautifully with a mixer for making homemade breads and muffins or mixing a variety of cereals. The mill cleans easily and takes up minimal storage space. --C. Whitney-Ward ... Read more

Features

  • Scrub metal parts with dry brush and hand wash plastic parts
  • Mills grains to six degrees of fineness or coarseness
  • Use for wheat, rye, buckwheat, barley, millet, rice, and oats
  • Hopper holds up to 2 pounds of grain
  • Clear instructions provided for assembly and use

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Quick, powerful, but difficult to adjust
I have owned the grain mill attachment for several months now, and I especially like it for its ease of use and compact-ness. It is so nice to own the Kenwood mixer with its extremely powerful and reliable motor, then purchase the attachments which are far easier to store than an extra blender, food mill, etc.

There is no comparison to milling your own flour as far as taste is concerned. The only problem I have is in adjusting the texture. They make it sound easier than it actually seems to be, although I might just be a moron and haven't quite figured out how to manipulate the dial well. That's probably the case, actually. In any case, the mill is worth the money, and you will likely not find a better deal on it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Kenwood Grain Mill
I purchased this product about a month ago from Amazon, and it has far surpassed our expectations. Being allergic to wheat, I make all our foods from scratch and find that ordering organic bulk grains is a cost efficient way to do this. I purchased the Kenwood mixer several years ago and having only used well known professional mixers in America. I use this mixer almost daily and the grain mill several times a week to grind three or four pounds of grain at a time. I have burned out several different well known models that were supposed to have superior performance. Frankly, I would put the Kenwood mixer and the Grain Mill attachment up against all of them. Never a problem, great performance, easy to maintain and well worth the modest price. ... Read more


8. Kenwood KM410 Chef Classic 5-Quart Stand Mixer
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B00004RBT1
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood Appliances
Sales Rank: 75133
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Industrial-strength and extremely versatile, the Kenwood Chef Classic is a boon to bakers and cooks alike. It's ideal for cookie and cake doughs, pizza and bread doughs, and gourmet sauces and desserts, such as chocolate mousse. Three attachments, instructions, and a recipe booklet are included to get you started down the gourmet path. The machine features three additional power outlets for up to 20 attachments.

Attachments include a "K-Beater" for making cakes, biscuits, pastry, icing, fillings, eclairs, and mashed potatoes; a whisk, perfect for eggs, cream, batters, meringues, cheesecakes, mousses, and soufflés; and a dough hook, which is handy for heavier mixtures, such as breads, rolls, and pizza dough.

The mixer comes with overload protection to keep you from overdoing it. And options are nearly boundless with the wide range of attachments you can add, including citrus juicer, slicer/shredder, ice cream maker, potato peeler, coffee grinder, pasta maker, mincer, and more. If that's not enough, adaptors include a sausage maker, kebbe maker, fine grater, and cookie maker.

Be sure not to submerge the power unit in water; it's easy enough to wipe clean with a nonabrasive cloth or sponge. The bowl should be hand-washed to keep the surface glossy, but attachments can go in the dishwasher. --Matthew Evans ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 12 by 16 by 9-1/4 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 600 watts of power for beating, whisking, and kneading
  • Tilt-back head for easy attachment changes
  • Includes beater, balloon whisk, dough hook, and spatula
  • Mixer accommodates 25 sold-separately attachments

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than Kitchenaid!
I love this mixer, so much better than a Kitchenaid. The motor is much more powerful and more versatile because of it's many speeds and pulse mechanism. ... It's a great choice!

1-0 out of 5 stars Impossible to service, especially under new owner DeLonghi.
I LOVED my Kenwood mixer, but after 5 years of very light use it appeared to simply "die" in the middle of a batch of cookies. The reset button didn't restore anything. When I inquired with a local servicer, I was told that NO PARTS can be obtained in the states, and that this difficulty worsened after DeLonghi's purchase of the manufacturer. I had terrible difficulty myself trying to get through to DeLonghi for servicing information. Fortunately, wiggling a loose wire resurrected the machine and made my husband a hero... until the mixer truly dies. This is a WONDERFUL machine, but FAR, FAR too expensive to market without the prospect of feasible servicing... or without a much longer warranty period! I will greatly hesitate to replace it with another.

5-0 out of 5 stars got it from more than 30 years
It is own by my family and it still is working great. And it has a huge amount of accessory and a strong motor which you can use to do what ever you want

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Mixer but Bosch mixer is better
The Kenwood mixer does a great job but if it breaks down don't count on there being any customer service for this product(because it is non-existant). Bosch does an excellent job mixing, kneading, and whipping and they last forever without any problems.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best piece of equipment in the kitchen.
My mother bought a chef back in the 1960's and it is still doing duty in her kitchen. When I got married it had to be on the list of wedding gifts. Although this is an expensive mixer, the price is worth it. These mixers do not break. They are strong and reliable.

I use mine for mixing bread, pastry, cakes, cookies, whisking sponges, beating eggs and cream, making frosting. And that is just the main bowl. The liquidizer/Blender is in constant use, you cant get a better way to make breadcrumbs or to puree vegetables and soup. When our kids were small we got great use out of the babyfood blender and storage jars.

The Kenwood is always my first choice for any baking job, and if you like cakes, you have to have the Kenwood Chef. The basic animal is good enough to sell it. The add ons are what make it versatile and exciting. If you want to grind meat, make pasta, grind your coffee, make coleslaw, whatever, there is an attachment availble which hooks onto this little powerful engine. Buty and you won't be disappointed. ... Read more


9. Kenwood KM800 Major Classic Stand Mixer
list price: $499.00
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Asin: B00004RBT0
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood Appliances
Sales Rank: 69698
Average Customer Review: 3.53 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With 650 watts of power, rugged all-metal casing and gears, and a half-century of British engineering and experience behind it, this stand mixer--among the most powerful on the market--has an international reputation for reliability, versatility, and durability. Both it and Kenwood's 5-quart, 650-watt Chef Classic grace many a household and professional kitchen. All Kenwood mixers feature "planetary" action: tools rotate in one direction, while the tool socket rotates in the other, guaranteeing thorough mixing.

In addition to the standard fixture for inserting beater, whisk, and dough hook, Kenwood mixers have three other outlets (concealed when not in use) to accommodate some 25 attachments such as a potato peeler, juicer, slicer/shredder, pasta maker, and sausage maker (the attachments must be purchased separately). Included with the mixer are a nonstick beater and dough hook, a stainless-steel bowl and balloon whisk, a flexible plastic spatula, a booklet containing 75 recipes, and a transparent, hinged splashguard (and dust cover) for easily adding ingredients during mixing.

At 13-3/4 inches high by 16 inches deep by 9-3/8 inches wide (with the bowl in place) and weighing about 20 pounds, this is a substantial appliance. But despite its size and power, it is not intimidating to operate. As the instructions (admirably brief and clear) make plain, the mixer's virtues include simplicity. Push a lever and the mixer head pops up and locks. Insert, twist, and snap beater, whisk, or dough hook into place. (A simple twist unlocks them.) Lock bowl on its stand. The electronic speed control maintains constant power regardless of the load, and power can be adjusted through eight speeds--or pulsed--with a twist of a dial. Overloading automatically stops the mixer. To clean, wipe the outside and wash the tools and bowl in soapy water. Though the warranty against defects runs just one year, this mixer should provide a lifetime of kitchen convenience--and earn the neighbors' envy. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 13-3/4 by 16 by 9-3/8 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 650 watts of power for beating, whisking, and kneading
  • Tilt-up head for easy attachment changes
  • Includes beater, balloon whisk, dough hook, and spatula
  • Mixer accommodates 25 sold-separately attachments

Reviews (19)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Indispensable Workhorse in our Kitchen!
My wife and I have been using the Kenwood Model KM 800 electric kitchen mixer for two years now. During the preceding eight year period,we owned and used the Kenwood 500. We have the three standard accessories (whisk, dough hook and K mixer)and we purchased additional accessories which have worked on both models. The latter include the juicer, blender, grain mill, and coffee grinder. This fantastic machine is the ever-dependable, sturdy workhorse in our kitchen and we have used it successfully without ever having a single problem with it. We grind our wheat and our corn to make flour using the grain mill; we make beautiful meringues and souffles using our whisk for the egg whites; we create the most tantalizing fruit smoothies during the hot summer months using our blender; we grind our fresh coffee beans and make our own flavor blend with the texture we desire using our coffee grinder; most of all we use it as a mixer for all of our baking. We bake fresh bread and breakfast cakes every single day. This is the best mixer that exists today on the market. We have compared it to the Kitchen Aid mixers and found the Kitchen Aid mixer to be of "toy" quality with a mixing bowl that is not nearly as strong and a motor that is not nearly as powerful. If one does not use a kitchen mixer very often or if one wishes to use such a machine for very simple tasks, perhaps the Kenwood investment is not warranted. But for people who love to cook and bake, and for those desirous of quality in their culinary creations, there is absolutely no comparison ... the Kenwood is superb. By the way, according to our friends who are the owners of our old Kenwood 500, the machine is still working great! We can't recommend it highly enough!

5-0 out of 5 stars dont blame your tools ,lighten the mix
The KENWOOD mixer is a design icon that is found in kitchens world wide ,its long history can be seen in the quaint nature many of the 25 sperate accessories possess.As a professional chef I have used various brands and models of mixers for the last 20 years.In that time I have used more then a few mixers in the KENWOOD range , the KENWOOD mixer is not perfect it does have faults,It is very noisey at top speed,it doesnt quite mix all the ingredients at the very bottom of the mixing bowl.And if anything the motor is too powerful for the rest of the mechine it does tend to wobble the chasis of the mixer as it mixes bread doughs .However unlike the KICHEN AID machines you won't have to worry about DENTING THE MIXING BOWL,OR BLOWING UP THE MOTOR ,OR STIPPING THE GEARS .The KENWOOD mixer is execelent when used for lighter ,smaller jobs that don't require the grunt or capacity of the larger HOBART mixers,The KENWOOD mixer is however like ALL mixers and requires some servicing and maintenance,ALL MACHINES WEAR OUT,but if the KENWOOD is used within its capacity there is no reason why it con't last 5 to 10 years or more .When used above its capacity ,shall we say thrashed, used all day and every day on heavy mixtures, then it will probably fail within its 12 month warrantee period ,(probably the very reason it only has a 12 month warrantee).The KENWOOD mixer is not great at beating cement or cement like cheesecake mix,no brand of these smaller types of mixers is designed to mix anything you con't mixed by hand ,what they are supposed to do is mix,beat,kneed, faster and better then you can by hand.So if your making cheesecake filling, soften the cheese first either by hand or with warmth or at low speed in your mixing bowl for longer, before increasing speeds and adding other ingredints to the mix.IF THE CAPACITY OF THESE MIXERS IS NOT ENOUGH SPEND A LOT MORE MONEY AND GET A HOBART .

2-0 out of 5 stars Kenwood KM800 not invincible
I know you all think the Kenwood is the panacea of mixers, but maybe because you don't know about anything else besides Kitchen Aid, which seems to flake out under repeated dough kneading. Well, I would'nt be too quick to own a Kenwood, again. I owned one with all the whiz bang attachments. Be sure you feel like cleaning out a 7 quart stainless steel mixing bowl by hand, cause they won't fit in the dishwasher too easily. the potatoe peeler is nifty, but be sure you don't mind scraping your knuckles a few times while trying to clean it out. Also, I had the juicer attachment, which was impossible to clean out. What made me get rid of the thing was that it too would shut down under a 'load' like it couldn't extrude pasta dough at all. It would shut down if there was too much bread dough for kneading too. I sold it to some suspecting cook, and they didn't seem to mind its limitations. In all the model seemed to make mashed potatoes mostly for me, since it was not successful with dough, and it was too big for the normal cake batters, cookies, etc. I guess I didn't bother getting a smaller bowl, oops. Trust me, unless your in a commercial kitchen, its huge, and its very apparent on the counter. I'd shop around for other brands out there first, if your going to put out that much cash, cause there are more out there..

2-0 out of 5 stars Not happy
I own a Kenwood Major 500. The finish on it is totally pitted and discolored. I used NOTHING but a wet cloth to clean it. I called DeLonghi (bought Kenwood) and they gave me the brush off. Their customer service is very poor, in my opinion. I would think twice about buying a Kenwood/DeLonghi mixer. They have the identical finish as the one I have and I would be afraid it would discolor. Don't look for help from DeLonghi.

1-0 out of 5 stars Impossible to service.
I LOVED my Kenwood mixer, a 600 watt chef model carrying the "Rival" label. But after 5 years of very light use it appeared to simply "die" in the middle of a batch of cookies. The reset button didn't restore anything. When I inquired with a local servicer, I was told that NO PARTS can be obtained in the states, and that this difficulty worsened after DeLonghi's purchase of the manufacturer. I had terrible difficulty myself trying to get through to DeLonghi for servicing information. Fortunately, wiggling a loose wire resurrected the machine and made my husband a hero... until the mixer truly dies. This is a WONDERFUL machine, but FAR, FAR too expensive to market without the prospect of feasible servicing or at least a much longer warranty period! ... Read more


10. Kenwood KP-102 Electric Food Mill
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00004RBSZ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood Appliances
Sales Rank: 82777
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

A food mill earns its place in a well-equipped kitchen by providing far more control over food texture than does a food processor, blender, or mixer. Hand-cranked mills, however, can be balky, a problem Kenwood solves by electrifying the machine. With this mill, all it takes is a push of a button to purée tomato sauce, produce smooth or chunky apple sauce, cream cauliflower soup, create fresh baby food, and mash potatoes without creating a starchy mess. While some plastic mills can be flimsy, this one is sturdy: it's made of thick heat- and impact-resistant plastic. The blade and three discs (each with different-size screens) are stainless steel and retain their sharp edges indefinitely; the bowl snaps into place and releases with the push of two buttons on the handgrip. A plastic spatula comes with the mill. Bowl, blades, discs, and spatula are dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Bowl, blade, and disks are dishwasher-safe
  • Push-button power for pureeing fruits, vegetables, sauces, soups, baby food
  • Three disks with different size screens and plastic spatula included
  • Made of tough, heat-resistant plastic, with stainless steel blade and disks
  • Bowl measures 7-1/2 inches at top and 4-3/4 inches at bottom

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't go without my food mill
I've had my electric food mill for 3 years now and I can't imagine making my tomato sauce withoout it! You just have to use it PROPERLY!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Love my food mill
I love my food mill and so do my Italian neighbors. They are always coming over to my house to borrow my electric food mill. We use it primarily to make our tomato sauce. During the summer, we cook with fresh tomatos which are much different than the ones in the states. Before we place them in the food mill, we cook it for a little while in order to soften it up. This way it's easier for the food mill to separate the skin and seeds. It might be a pain in the rear, but the final product is fabulous. If you don't want to bother with fresh tomatos, then I suggest purchasing canned tomatos (preferably Ciro). That way they are already soft and ready to be put through the food mill. The only problem I have with this electric food mill is the outragous price...

1-0 out of 5 stars Worthless tool, unless you want a lot of mushed potatoes.
When I was ordering my Kenwood Electric Food Mill I thought that it would do what a food mill does only without effort on my part. I gues I had a misconcept about food mills, because when I received it I found out from a brief instruction that it can process only well cooked soft vegetables that have been peeled, cored and mushed prior to puting them into the mill. There should be no seeds or fibers. It specifically warns against fiberous vegetables like carrots. The reason I wanted to have a food mill was my ambitious desire to prepare my own baby food as well as rasberry sorbet and cranberry drinks, but it looks like the only food it can prepare is mushed potatoes. In disbelief I tried to mush a well cooked stalk of broccoli. Ha Ha! The whole thing got clogged and not a single speck of broccoli appeared on the other side (with 2 mm grid). In addition it was very loud at least as loud as a vacuum cleaner and vibrated in my hand violently. This mill is made in Italy but don't try to make tomato sauce with it. Won't work. ... Read more


11. Kenwood KP102 Electric Food Mill

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Asin: B0006DOV7O
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood
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Product Description

The Kenwood KP-102 unique electric fruit and vegetable mill is ideal for making soups, preserves, baby foods, and sauces and for pureeing all soft-cooked fruits and vegetables.
The nondegradable stainless steel compression plate adds durability and strength.
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12. Kenwood KW85 Portable Air Conditioner

Asin: B0001ZIMHM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood
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Product Description

Value-oriented portable air conditioner - (8500 BTU) with water collection facility. ... Read more

Features

  • Reliable and energy efficient portable air conditioner.
  • 8500 BTU rated - good for small to medium size rooms.

13. Kenwood Slow Speed Slicer Shredder for Chef Stand Mixer
list price: $83.99
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Asin: B00004RBT7
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood Appliances
Sales Rank: 82232
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This tool, which attaches to the slow-speed outlet on the front of Kenwood's powerful stand mixers (models KM410 Chef Classic and KM800 Major Classic), accomplishes a myriad of slicing, shredding, and grating tasks quickly, cleanly, and in volume. In keeping with Kenwood's international reputation for quality, the tool is durable and first-rate. The cutting drums are made of thick stainless steel, and the feed tube is constructed of heavy, die-cast aluminum. The pusher, which forces food into the tube toward the cutting drums, is tough, durable plastic. Four cutting drums are included: fine grating, coarse shredding, fine slicing, and thick slicing. All work equally well for vegetables, fruits, cheese, nuts, and chocolate, and everything is dishwasher-safe. Kenwood stand-mixer owners will find this tool indispensable. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • All parts are dishwasher-safe
  • Slices, shreds, and grates vegetables, fruits, cheese, nuts, and chocolate
  • Attaches to Kenwood stand mixers KM410 Chef Classic and KM800 Major Classic
  • Four drums included: fine grating, coarse shredding, and thick and thin slicing
  • Drums are stainless steel; feed tube is heavy, die-cast aluminum

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars This UK mixer is Sweet
Maybe the Kenwood isn't very well known in this country, but it is a powerful mixer. It has more watts for the money than other mixers in it's class. With a wide variety of attachments to choose from, it becomes a versatile kitchen center. I am very pleased with this and recommend it highly. ... Read more


14. Kenwood Splash Guard for Chef Stand Mixer
list price: $0.00
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Asin: B00004RBT9
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Kenwood Appliances
Sales Rank: 86283
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Amazon.com Review

This plastic splashguard is indispensable for owners of Kenwood's KM410 Chef Classic and KM800 Major Classic stand mixers--if the mixer comes with a round bowl. It's transparent, so work can be observed in progress, and it protects against splashes, prevents flour from clouding, and serves as a dust cover when the mixer is not in use. There's also a hinged section so ingredients can be added while the mixer is working. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Hand wash with mild detergent
  • Covers mixer's round bowl to protect against splashing while mixing
  • Serves as dust cover for bowl when mixer not in use
  • Use for Kenwood stand mixers KM410 Chef Classic and KM800 Major Classic
  • Transparent plastic, with hinged section to add ingredients during mixing

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