Advantages Some good accessories here, good speed delivery, inoffensive looking, easy to keep clean.
Disadvantages Noise, noise and noise!! Iffy plastic quality, expensive prices, top rack only dishwasher safe to
Never ever give away any kitchen appliances to friends unless you know they are going to treat them with respect! That was my latest moto in 2009 because when I lent out my little food processor out for a cooking charity event what I got back was something that was short of a couple of attachments and a crack on the lid that Kenwood wanted to charge £22-95 for! Whilst I may have hurt my friends' feelings, she could only supply me with a new food processor and this is how the Kenwood FP120 has come to pass. Nar2’s Quick Skip Product Spec • 400 watts, one speed and pulse function. • 0.8 litre ...
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We bought one of these Kenwood Food Processors as I was having trouble with my arms and was finding it hard to hold things like carrots and onions with one hand and be able to chop them up with the other without slipping and hurting my self. The processor had a jug like container on one side that you attach to the rest of it by sliding it on and twisting so that it is in the right position. If you do not have it in the right position it wont work. There are a number of attachments that come with the processor, chopping blade, slicer plate, shredder plate, and whisk. The one I use the most is ...