Bit disappointed. This is after all a Which best buy
3 weeks ago
Summary: Bit disappointed. This is after all a Which best buy. The slow speed setting is far too fast for many things - in particular making good pastry. Sadly only after I took deleivery and unpacked it did I discover our continental friends can but the MCM4200. Same machine bur variable speed setting that can decide - just turn the dial where you want it. Available from Amazon.fr and suggest you buy that one instead. It is quite big overall.
Summary: There's a lot that can be said about this food processor but most has already been said. At the price, it's difficult to fault, and the Germanic thoroughness with which Bosch endow all their products means it's unlikely to fail in the near future. It comes with sufficient attachments to prepare meals for the eighth army and all are equally bewildering to a mere male but it does appear that they've thought of just about every contingency.
Summary: I haven't really tried this too much as I haven't had it that long. However the parts I have used are very efficient. I wish there was a a more comprehensive hand book that takes you step by step through the processes as it is quite un-nerving when you first use it and you need something more than pictures to guide you through. When you have mastered it you are fine but it's a bit scary at first.
Summary: Bought this as one of `which` magazine's top recommendations for its chopping . Bought on amazon marketplace because of reduced price . Very pleased with product and price .only slight grumble is could have done with more comprehensive instructions on how to set it up.
Summary: Really really pleased with the Bosch food processor. I wondered if I was extravagant in replacing my old but functional Kenwood, but five minutes convinced me it was a really good buy. It processes everything properly, is easy to use and very compact. I particularly like the way the smaller bits pack away in the body o the machine. Thoroughly recommended.