Summary: This food processor has only a 1.5 litre working capacity bowl. Amazon are mis-selling the product by calling it 3 litres. Double checked on the kenwoods site to make sure. Capacity - blender:1.5 litres Glass Working bowl dry capacity :1.5kg Working bowl liquid capacity :1.5 litres Kenwood FP920 3 Litre Multi Pro Food Processor, 1 kW, Brushed Stainless Steel
Summary: Bought this after having read everyone's review & although some people criticised it I decided to take the gamble based on the number of positive reviews it had had. Have had no problems with it really. Easy to set up & use for small jobs to larger ones, then a quick rinse under the tap (for those of us who don't have a dishwasher) and job done. It's neat & looks good.
Excerpt: I am delighted to write that the FP920 is now my best friend in my kitchen (apart from my Aga). The FP920 has taken all the hard preparation work out of cooking. I actually look forward to cooking meals, as I know it will only take a few minutes to prepare. The cutters and shredders work well when slicing all manner of vegetables and for grating cheddar cheese.
Summary: I hadn't realised I would probably not use as many of the bits that this processor has. It has a detachable spindle, because of the liquidizer attachment. If I had realised this I probably would have bought a model with a fixed spindle. The spindle always seems to come out when I remove the bowl then falls to the floor. I just feel it is not as sturdy as a fixed one would be. Otherwise a very good machine.
Summary: This product has a 1000W motor. It came with atttachments for slicing vegetables, blending and soup making. Have been usng it as a food processor mostly, not tried a lot of the bits. Motor rating is powerful enough to cope with the job, although after over half an hour of continuous use it does get quite warm.
Summary: The food processor was purchased to replace my mothers old machine that had died and did quite a bit of research before buying, she tends to bake in large quantities and went for this machine as it has a 3 litre bowl something you have to watch with the cheaper models that look good but the bowls are tiny. Very easy to use, although too many attachments that will never be used.
Summary: My trusty Kenwood FP900 finally gave up after 13 years of heavy use and so I bought this, another Kenwood. I had hoped that some of the attachments that I'd bought for my old machine (such as the continuous flow juicer) would fit this new one, but there's been a radical redesign and the older attachments don't fit.
Summary: I am delighted to write that the FP920 is now my best friend in my kitchen (apart from my Aga). The FP920 has taken all the hard preparation work out of cooking. I actually look forward to cooking meals, as I know it will only take a few minutes to prepare. The cutters and shredders work well when slicing all manner of vegetables and for grating cheddar cheese.
Summary: I got this food processor just before Christmas 2006 and I've used it a lot now. The smaller bowl which fits inside the larger main bowl is really useful for smaller quantities. There's an even smaller container for nuts and herbs and whatever you think it would do. It's supposed to be a coffee grinder too (although I haven't used that yet, but it says you can in the instructions). I expect the consistency of the blend is determined by how long you use the machine).