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Kenwood FP220
7.5 out of 10

Kenwood FP220

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Overall 2

A Nice Blender, but not up to the Fod Processing Job

happybunny22000, Dooyoo
12 November 2013
  • Excerpt: I owned this product for a few weeks, under 28 days to be precise. I gave it every best shot, and then I returned it to Tesco Direct. In theory the product is the bees knees, but it wasn't up to the job I needed it to do.
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Overall 10

Great value for money and looks the part

yorkshirepud, Dooyoo
19 September 2011
  • Excerpt: We bought this blender/food processor/vegetable slicer a few months ago. I love the simplistic design and the fact that there aren't tons of buttons. There is just one knob in the centre which allows you to pulse, or blend on two settings. We use the blender a lot. I use it for soup and smoothies.
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Overall 10

a reliable compact food processor

abbadabbado, Dooyoo
7 December 2010
  • Excerpt: Over the last few years, I have been saying I should get a food processor to encourage me to cook more exciting meals. The idea behind my theory is that by having one machine instead of three to do the same sort of job, and then I can speed up in the kitchen, create less mess and create wonderful...
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Overall 10

The best of both worlds, not quite a food processor, but an execllent choppper!

luigi0778, Dooyoo
3 August 2010
  • Excerpt: ~Background~ I used to have issues with my Chopper. And if you have read my review on James Martins Mini-Chopper (by Wahl) you will realize that in the world of small compact food processors (choppers) it isn't a level playing field, and some units fail miserably to live upto expectations.
  • Pros: Reliability
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Overall 6

Something for those small jobs in the kitchen

blissman70, Dooyoo
29 October 2009
  • Excerpt: I tend to spend quite some time in the kitchen these days but I don't really mind as I do like cooking, I suppose that stems back to when I was 'cheffing' for a living. Anyway, back when I was 'cheffing' you had to do most things by hand, cooking wise that is, so it was a little more work back then.
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Overall 4

Its not worth £50! Save up and buy something quieter.

Nar2, Dooyoo
19 July 2008
  • Excerpt: Thanks to the joy of moving, and despite my better efforts of packaging for removal, my old faithful Kenwood food processor has been damaged. The damage is so severe that a deep crack has appeared from the controls across the motor spindle rendering this much loved kitchen food prep helper, useless.
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Overall 10


fo5rtf, priceminister.com
17 May 2013
Overall 10

facile et complet

moon29150, priceminister.com
7 February 2012