Kenwood KM240

(1 customer review)

£69.99

Description

Food Processor, 4.3L, 900W Splash Guard, Cord Storage, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Safety Interlock, Space for Mixer

Kenwood KM240 properties

Product name KM240
Type Food Processor
Incl. Accessories Beater Attachment, Dough Roller, Flat Beater, Whisk Attachment
Bowl Capacity 4.3 L
Power 900 W
Number of Speed Settings 3
Features Cord Storage, Dishwasher Safe Parts, Safety Interlock, Space for Mixer, Splash Guard
Height 29.2 cm
Depth 313.0 cm
Width 24.3 cm
Weight 4.5 kg

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1 review for Kenwood KM240

  1. Paul H.

    BOSCH, Zelmer and Kenwood came into play after reserch. Kenwood was chosen because of its appearance, company and price. I have to admit it is a well-made device. Solid and large bowl.
    It generates baboon noise levels, but this is the case with any device of this type. The sound is not too tiring.
    The pizza dough has worked great. The pizza has grown like a biscuit 🙂

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Is it worth buying Kenwood KM240?

This device has some included accessories as: beater attachment, dough roller, flat beater, whisk attachment. You can find some other devices with whisk attachment here if you want.

What kind of features do you want in your food processor Kenwood KM240?

First of all, you need to find out what is needed to prepare your favorite dishes. What are the most common dishes? Do you prefer salads or maybe casseroles? This device features are: cord storage, dishwasher safe parts, safety interlock, space for mixer, splash guard. If you are looking for devices with splash guard check it out here.

What's the difference between Kenwood KM240 and a simple mixer?

If you are wondering whether it is better to buy a food processor or mixer, you should read our article. There you will find useful tips and information to help you decide what you need. One of the most important differences is that most mixers can be used with any cookware, while the food processor has a predetermined capacity. For example Kenwood KM240 has a capacity of 4.3 L.