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Kenwood Classic Chef Kitchen Machine

  • Now: $479.96
  • Was: $599.95
  • Value: $799.99
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This professional-grade stand mixer is like having another set of hands in the kitchen. No slouch in the mixing department, the Classic Chef Kitchen Machine includes a powerful 750-watt motor and a wide array of useful attachments for baking a cake, whipping up a meringue, creaming butter and more.

Eight speeds allow you to fine-tune mixing speed to a specific recipe, while the durable, all-metal housing and work bowl will provide years of hassle-free service. Numerous attachments allow the Kitchen Machine to function as a food processor, blender and more, turning an already-versatile machine into a do-it-all wonder.

  • Manufacturer: Kenwood
  • Model: KMC010
  • Includes: 3 stainless-steel bowl tools, k beater, dough hook, balloon whisk, 4.6 L stainless steel bowl, ThermoResist glass blender, food processor attachment with 6 slicing discs
  • Material: Metal and plastic
  • Care: Hand wipe clean
  • Dimensions: 15" x 9" x 11.7"
  • Capacity: 4.6 L
  • Weight: 32 lbs.
  • Watts: 750 W
  • Made in China
FEATURES
  • Variable speed controls and a pulse function allow you to fine tune your mixing and blending
  • Four attachment hubs allow you to customize your machine with optional attachments to suit your culinary needs
  • Professional-grade, stainless steel bowl tools are precisely engineered for high-performance mixing
  • 750-watt motor handles even heavy-duty mixing tasks
  • Eight mixing speeds for everything from gentle incorporation of ingredients to high-speed whipping and aeration
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