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“Kenwood KMix Blender”

published 10/01/2011

AdvantagesA good, compact blender

DisadvantagesQuite expensive at full price

...the BX54 from the Kenwood kMix range. They do this blender in a range of quite contemporary colours which include black, white, red and cream so there is one to suit all styles of kitchens. This looks quite a simple blender but is quite expensive at full price which tends to range from £75.00 - £110.00 depending on where you purchase it from, though luckily I got it a little cheaper than this. First...

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AdvantagesClassy design, does what it says, well built, powerful, quiet, unusual, well priced.

DisadvantagesHeavy, cord storage doesn't accommodate all of the cord, colour.

...and other different colours that jumped up in price to £70. My mum's own Kenwood hand mixer has 250 watts and just about deals with heavier mixes at £19-99 but then she also has her Kenwood Chef to deal with larger mix jobs. Against the cache of the industrial looking Dualit why do buyers have to pay more for more power? Well, not in the case of the Kenwood Kmix HM792. It is in beige, or "Almond," as...

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AdvantagesDurable, easy to use, performance

DisadvantagesHeavy and quite big, price sneak a closer look at the stadium simply by asking some security guards nicely! Anyway... on to the product. We decided to go shopping afterwards and found ourselves in the kitchen department and as we passed numerous different blenders in John Lewis, all for different prices and from different brands it was the Kenwood blender that caught all of our eyes. For starters it was bigger than many...

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