Summary: I like the splatter guard. It's compact, but big enough to make good size 'normal' mixtures. Very pleased with size, functions and ease of use. I am no expert baker, but I do like making cakes and muffins fairly often - this machine is going to make life so much easier!!
Summary: Although this item was purchased as a gift for my daughter, I went for it because I had purchased one for myself the previous month as a replacement for my 40 year old Kenwood Chef. Although it is not as substantial as the Chef, it still has the solid feel and good quality that you would expect from a Kenwood. Good attachments/accessories and does the job very well.
Summary: Not having used a food processor before I was not sure where to begin, I bought the km 280km because I liked the appearance and compact size. The km280 does everything I expected of it and I am very pleased with it. The machine tended to rock about a bit when first used , then I realised that if I started of on a low speed and then built up gradually it was fine.
Summary: I bought the Kenwood KM283 Prospero just over a month ago. This was my first food processor and I am delighted with it. It does everything it says on the box! Although I've not yet used the juicer part of the machine I have used the food processor, blender and mixer. It makes life in the kitchen so much easier and is quicker to prepare meals, cakes etc for a busy family. I did a lot of research before deciding on this model for my purchase.
Summary: I haven't used it very much yet but I come from a ken wood family and we have never been disappointed by any mixer bought so far. Very compact,good size and design ,will look professional in any kitchen.
Summary: Bought the Kenwood KM283 mixer with my Tesco club points for my husband who has taken up baking. He loves the mixer and it definitely produces light fluffy Sponge cakes. also made Xmas cake which the mixer managed with no problems. Have not used attachments yet, however all good quality and would recommend.
Summary: I bought the mixer about 2 weeks ago and have since made 3 very successful loaves of bread with the dough hook. It does rattle and shake a b it and certainly isn't the quietest thing, but it gets the job done and fits in the cupboard afterward.