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Kenwood FP731 Multi Pro Food Processor

by Kenwood
160 customer reviews
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  • Dual drive system with a powerful 900 W motor
  • Variable speed plus pulse
  • Bowl capacity: 3.0 L
  • Calibrated 1.5 L liquidiser
  • Detachable blades for ease of cleaning
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Kenwood
Model NumberFP731
ColourWhite
Item Weight2.9 Kg
Product Dimensions27 x 39 x 22 cm
Capacity3 litres
Power / Wattage85 watts
MaterialPlastic
Number of Speeds8
Special FeaturesCord Storage
  
Additional Information
ASINB0057Z847E
Best Sellers Rank 132,082 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
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Date First Available27 Jun. 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Kenwood FP731 3.0 Litre 900 Watt Multipro Compact Food Processor
Kenwood FP731 3.0 Litre 900 Watt Multipro Compact Food Processor

An ideal family-sized food processor with our patented Dual Drive space-saving design offers versatility with its powerful 900 W motor, variable speeds, a 3 L bowl and a 1.5 L calibrated liquidiser. A comprehensive range of quality attachments, also included, is ideal for a wide variety of mixing, chopping, slicing and shredding tasks.


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Speed Control

The FP731 food processor's powerful 900 W motor provides continuous speed, giving you a quick and easy way to prepare your food with precise and consistent results every time. As well as the powerful motor, this food processor has variable speeds and a pulse function, which helps you conquer those stubborn ingredients.

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Dual Drive System

The unique Dual Drive system, which you will find in any Kenwood food processor, will allow you to run the food processor at the same time as the blender from the same power base. This food processor includes everything you would expect from a premium food processor and is the perfect kitchen helper.

Kenwood food processor with bowl of soup
Blender Capacity

The large 1.5 L capacity liquidiser allows you to take on stubborn ingredients to create the perfect fruit smoothie or homemade soup for the whole family.

Kenwood food processor with chopped vegetables
Bowl Capacity

With a 3 L bowl capacity, the Kenwood FP731 food processor lets you process plenty of ingredients so that you can produce a variety of delicious dishes with ease.

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Safety and Convenience

The Kenwood FP731 food processor not only is functional but also takes safety into consideration. The non-slip feet and safety-lock feature ensure it is safe and easy to use in the kitchen as well as being completely dishwasher safe for simple cleaning.

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Tools

The FP731 comes with a range of tools including a compact chopper, 2 mm and 4 mm slicing disc, knife blade, fine julienne disc, dough tool, metal dual whisk and max capacity disc to tackle all your kitchen tasks.

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  • Kenwood FP731 Multi Pro food processor


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    Customer Reviews

    4.3 out of 5 stars

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    185 of 192 people found the following review helpful By Kath Mandu on 25 Feb. 2012
    Colour Name: White Verified Purchase
    I bought this processor after much study and hesitation, fearing it would be one of those things that just stayed in the cupboard unused. Some reviewers commented on how the center spindle falls out of the machine, how 'flimsy' it feels,etc. I found none of this to be true. Once you set the machine up and get used to how it is assembled, it takes very little to lift the bowl carefully and make sure the spindle does not fall. Although the bowl and its parts are plastic, they seem sturdy enough to stand up to normal careful use. I have used the machine for slicing, chopping, shredding, liquidising, and mixing heavy cakes, and I have found it superb for every task. I seem to use it at least once for preparing any meal, and it makes light work of many preparation and mixing jobs. I have a 35+ year old workhorse of a Kenwood Chef which has never failed me, but it has become a bit heavy and awkward for me in older age. I love the processor because it is light and also because when mixing cakes etc., the bowl is covered, so I don't get the clouds of flour or icing sugar that I used to get with the Chef. It is very easy to wash after use and stores easily on the worktop. One word of warning: when unpacking and trying to use the first time, you must be sure that the bowl is turned completely to the right until it makes a hard 'click' when locking into place. We thought the machine did not work and had to phone the company because this is not made clear in the instructions; we thought it was locked in place, but you have to hear the click. Again, the same is true of the bowl lid; you must turn it to 'lock' position and again hear the loud click, or the machine will not start. If the instructions made this more clear, it might save a lot of panicked calls to customer service. Having said that, when we did phone them, they could not have been more helpful or pleasant. I would recommend this powerful little machine to anyone who loves cooking and hates chopping/slicing!
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    39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Karen Sanchirico on 25 Oct. 2012
    Colour Name: White Verified Purchase
    I spent a lot of time researching food processors and reading the reviews, so when I ordered this model, I felt confident that I'd be satisfied with what I got for the money I spent. I wish I hadn't purchased this one.

    Here's a partial list of complaints:

    - Cheap, brittle plastic that breaks easily. I dropped the food mill capsule and lost some of the threading section. Fortunately, it still works despite this damage.
    - The smaller food processing bowl is pointless. Its contents splash or fall out into the larger bowl because there's too much space between it and the lid. You might as well just use the larger bowl to avoid having to wash the smaller components and to not lose any of your food.
    - Not powerful enough, or the blades aren't sharp/strong enough. I rarely get smooth, creamy purees with this device. In fact, everything is quite chunky, even if I let it process for many, many minutes. I find myself having to pre-chop and mince things to get tolerable textural results. It has a hard time with cooked beans and nuts. My once-fabulous hummus comes out mealy and gritty in this machine, with large chunks of garlic. Things like cashew cream - where you want a smooth, nut-based cream - are never silky smooth. Everything is granular. Whenever I make bread crumbs, I toast bread and dice it - and still I get very course particles when I process them.
    - No matter what I do, the blender attachment always leaks from the bottom.
    - The blender blade base only works if you put it in the base a certain way - it has no markings, so you either have to guess or mark it yourself so you know which way to orient it.
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    36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Russell A. Thomas on 10 April 2012
    Colour Name: White Verified Purchase
    I got this a few days ago and have used it quite extensively! I haven't done the shredding & cutting discs yet, but rarely do on food processors...

    So I was left with a bit of a dilemma last week, do I get a Kenwood Prospero or a Kenwood Food Processor?? I opted for the food processor based on the motor wattage and the ability to do pretty much what I wanted it to do, but it doesn't do what I hoped it would do very well, but does the deed if you know what I mean... So looks like a stand mixer will have to be another purchase.

    Anywho, the unit is big, definitely a family sized processor, and I am sure i will be using it for slicing up veggies etc in no time. I am a single guy who lives alone so I tend to do my veggie slicing by hand. I also have this models little brother (FP120) and have now relegated that to the cupboard and put this processor proudly on the counter. Having said that this item is a family processor does not mean it it overly big at all, as it takes up less space than it's little brother did.

    I have used the blender (liquidiser) with good results, everything was liquified quickly with no loose chunks. I used the mill attachment, which involves unscrewing the liquidiser base and reattaching it to the mill bit, and that too worked out fine. I used the processor bit to cream butter & sugar and this is where the processor fell a bit short. I have heard two sides of the same coin (food processors good for baking or not) and felt that I would have to experience it myself to have a informed judgement. The processor did cream the butter & sugar, though it left a very dense result and my red velvet cupcakes came out a bit denser than I would like.
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