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Kenwood FP920
6.4 out of 10

Kenwood FP920

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Overall 6
6.0

lots of function's be weary of its shortfalls

lowten, Dooyoo
14 February 2015
  • Excerpt: if you are looking for something that can do a lot stuff this producer defiantly covers that. however like meany things that can do a lot it often doesn't do them exceptionally well. the biggest let down on this i found were the mixers that had a tendency to be ripped out of they're holders if what was being mixed became stiff such as making fresh wiped cream. the liquidizer was also a problem.
  • Pros: "lots of accessory "
  • Cons: "some parts are just too fragile "
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Overall 2
2.0

Who's sorry now....

Sharon McCabe "Kildare", Amazon
18 January 2014
  • Summary: Every time I haul this overweight contraption out of the cupboard to bake with the kids, I picture my old Kenwood, that I spent many happy years using to make the fairy cakes. It's lying in a landfill somewhere and Connie Francis is singing in the background...Who's sorry now...who's sorry now...I tried to warn you somehow....You had your way, now you must pay...I'm glad that you're sorry now. This is the worst kitchen gadget I've ever, ever, ever bought.
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Overall 10
10

Great buy for the keen cook

rxbeef, Dooyoo
19 September 2013
  • Excerpt: I was bought this food processor as a Christmas gift, and being the foodie that I am, it was a great choice. This can currently be bought for somewhere between £100-125 depending on where you look but I believe my mother got a good deal! In terms of the initial opening, it's easy to be overwhelmed with all the bits that come in this box and immediately I was thinking "where on earth am I going to store this all?
  • Pros: Reliability
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Overall 10
10

Well that was a surprise!

Vera Coe, Amazon
30 May 2013
  • Summary: I have never owned a food processor, having never felt the need to do so. But then we got goats, and then we started milking them, so then I had to find a way of using the milk in the kitchen, which led me on to how to separate the cream from the milk, which then led me on how to make butter, and Youtube videos said that you could do this in a food processor, and that is how I arrived at owning this particular product.
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Overall 10
10

Simply the best!

Ray, Amazon
29 May 2013
  • Summary: Again after our usual extensive research we have hit on an ideal product, for the price this has got to be one of the best food processors on the market. There are lots of attachments which all store really well in the body of the machine and the cable folds away into the base so that you do not have miles of wires everywhere.
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Overall 10
10

All that you want a food processor to do

Mrs Lavinia Pringle, Amazon
24 May 2013
  • Summary: Excellent product, not too large on worktop, nice to look at and very user friendly. Ideal for making soups as well as cake mixes. and bread dough. motor powerful enough to cope with everything I have needed. Best choice for my requirements.
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Overall 6
6.0

My Review

AY., Amazon
23 February 2013
  • Summary: It's okay, I would have given it at least a 4star, but when using the slicing discs, lumps fall into the food processor bowl because of the wide space between the circumference of the disc and the bowl. I hope the flaw would have been corrected in other models.
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Overall 10
10

Kenwood FP920 MultiPro Professional Food Processor

Coop Electrical Shop
16 December 2012
Overall 10
10

Kenwood FP920 MultiPro Professional Food Processor

Coop Electrical Shop
15 December 2012
  • Excerpt: friendly, helpful, efficient service, did what they said they would do, delivered next day, all excellent . Have bought previously from Coop Electrical and had excellent service then.
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Overall 10
10

Kenwood FP920 MultiPro Professional Food Processor

Coop Electrical Shop
13 December 2012
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