Summary: There is a reason why this is a classic, the 1200 watt motor which handles bread dough with ease, the slow power take off at the front for the attachments, and the high speed take off at the back. Everything about this machine screams quality and capability. There is a reason why this is THE kitchen classic. Nothing else comes close.
Summary: A wonderful mixer, I am so glad I bought it. The mixer copes with a huge mix with little effort; the grinder attachment is great for grinding coffee beans; the ice-cream maker is a novelty but takes a while to work. The blender that came with the mixer is brilliant and can whizz up a milkshake in seconds. It is a little bulky on the work surface but it is a little large to put away in the cupboard, however it doesn't look too bad.
Does the job but noisy and needs a bowl with handles
Simon Godfrey, Amazon
11 May 2014
Summary: I used a Kenwood Chef Major Titanium KMM020 for 5 years daily and thought that was pretty loud but the KMM770 is even louder. The other point is that both of them sound very "mechanical" - as though they could do with a bit of oil. I was watching Raymond Blanc on TV using a KMM020 in his commercial kitchen and it sounded smooth and quiet - do Kenwood make sure he gets a special !?