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post #16 of 26
hi there, i live in scotland and own a 28867 - Kenwood Mixer - Chilli Red. I've had it for 4 years and despite using it practically every day it still looks like new. Its really heavy duty and good quality, i would recommend it to anyone. i think the bowl capacity is like 4 litres.
I don't know the price as it was a gift from my husband bt i also know he likes a bargain so chances are it wasn't ridiculously pricey! Hope that helps x
post #17 of 26
P.S. also thought i'd mention that it seems to be a deeper red colour than is shown in any of the images i've seen on google x
post #18 of 26
Heres the link for the one I have . There is bigger more expensive ones available but its plenty big enough for me , and powerful . My sister has a kitchen aid .Looks better but not nearly as powerful

http://www.did.ie/Product/KENWOOD-CHEF-CLASSIC-FOOD-MIXER-OWKM336001/16646/396

Hope that helps icon_smile.gif

Just noticed its 800w and I previously said 900. Was wrong sorry . Anyhow I'm still delighted with it
post #19 of 26
The kenwood chef classic is £169.50 with amazon, I doubt you will be able find it any cheaper than that.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Kenwood-Classic-Kitchen-Machine-Silver/dp/B000Q7ZCFK
post #20 of 26
Anyone know the difference between the Classic chef and the more expensive Titanium apart from the wattage?
post #21 of 26
From what I can see its got the new flexible beater , whick would have to be bought as an attachment with the classic
post #22 of 26
Hi all,
Just saw this in Amazon. Pls see link
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000R5DT1U/ref=pe_46031_24922411_pe_epc_t6

IT LOOKS SO GOOD WITH ALL THE ADDED ATTACHMENTS, TRYING TO TALK MYSELF INTO NOT BUYING ONE!!! WHAT DO YOU ALL THINK?
post #23 of 26
Thread Starter 
this is what i had my eye on...is that a good price?
post #24 of 26
Hi, this is my first post as I'm new to CC icon_smile.gif. I've been looking too and bought the Kenwood Premier KMC560.... based on yr discussion (and Amazon reviews)! V V excited!!!!
post #25 of 26
Hi ladies,

This is also my first time posting on CakeCentral. I was hoping for some advice... I am going to be buying a Kitchenaid mixer soon, but I'm still not sure if I should go for the Classic or the more expensive Artisan model? I do quite a lot of baking at the moment and I am looking to potentially start a small cake-making business with this machine moving forward.

Can anybody offer any reccomendations on either of these mixers please? Any advice will be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks everybody icon_smile.gif
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by pookashnoo

Hi ladies,

This is also my first time posting on CakeCentral. I was hoping for some advice... I am going to be buying a Kitchenaid mixer soon, but I'm still not sure if I should go for the Classic or the more expensive Artisan model? I do quite a lot of baking at the moment and I am looking to potentially start a small cake-making business with this machine moving forward.

Can anybody offer any reccomendations on either of these mixers please? Any advice will be greatly appreciated!!!

Thanks everybody icon_smile.gif



Kitchen Aids aren't what they used to be! There have been a number of bad reviews of Kitchen Aids, and their customer service is really poor. I have a KA Artisan, less than 2 yrs old, and it's giving me a lot of problems...it loses power, not all the speeds work any more, the locking mechanism is broken. I called cust service and was told I should just buy a new one. icon_sad.gif
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