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Kenwood Multi Pro FP735 3 Litre Food Processor, 900 Watt, Silver

by Kenwood
4 out of 5 stars 114 customer reviews

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  • Family-sized food processor with patented Dual Drive space-saving design
  • Includes a range of attachments such as liquidiser and mill
  • Generous 3.0 L bowl capacity and 1.5 L liquidiser
  • Powerful 1 kW max motor with variable speeds plus pulse
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand Kenwood
Model Number0WFP735001
ColourSilver
Item Weight2.9 Kg
Product Dimensions22 x 27 x 39 cm
Power / Wattage900 watts
MaterialPlastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB000M5G52A
Best Sellers Rank 339,009 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
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Date First Available1 Jan. 2007
  
 

Product Description

Product Description

The Kenwood Multi Pro FP730 Food Processor offers extra functionality as well as its patented space-saving design, which suits it to any size or shape of kitchen. This model is perfect for the more experienced or more frequent user, its 34 functions offering extensive capabilities.

The Multi Pro concept is unique to Kenwood: the patented Dual Drive system uses one compact base for all functions, saving space in the kitchen with a footprint up to 30% smaller than a traditional food processor. The main processing bowl, liquidiser and mill attachments all attach to the same base unit.

The FP730 has a generous 3 litre bowl, with a 1.5 Litre working volume, and a 1.5 litre liquidiser, along with a variable speed pulse. This food processor also comes with a range of attachments including a citrus press, a multi mill, shredding disks, chopping blades, a dough tool and a metal twin-geared whisk.

Other key features include dishwasher safe parts for easy cleaning, integral cord storage, a safety interlock system and a maxi blend canopy, which increases the working capacity of the bowl and prevents spillage.

Box Contains

  • 1 x Kenwood FP735 Multi Pro Food Processor
  • 1 x Calibrated 1.5 L liquidiser
  • 1 x Stainless steel chopping blade
  • 1 x Stainless steel thick slice/shred disk
  • 1 x Stainless steel fine slice/shred disk
  • 1 x Stainless steel julienne disk
  • 1 x Dough tool
  • 1 x Metal twin-geared whisk
  • 1 x Citrus press
  • 1 x Mini bowl
  • 1 x Mill
  • 1 x Maxi blend canopy
  • 1 x Carousel primary storage
  • 1 x Instruction manual
  • 1 x Registration card
  • 1 x Plug

  • Customer Reviews

    Top Customer Reviews

    By Shaya TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 1 Feb. 2010
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    This is a brilliant bit of kit!! I have mixed, sliced, chopped, pulsed, whisked and blended my way through the past weeks since buying this, and never looked back!
    It is by far the best food processor I have owned and I didn't think I could get better than my first Moulinex.

    The base unit: This takes both the main processor bowl and the blender jug, also the mill can be used on it using the blender base, but more of that later. There is a removable spindle over which the bowl is placed and it is removed for the blender. It has a 900watt motor with 8 speeds and pulse function that seems to effortlessly plough its way through all I have thrown at it, struggling with bread dough a little but they all do in my opinion (think a bread maker or Kenwood Chef are better for that) but it still makes a good enough loaf so no complaints here. The mixer will not work if the bowl and its lid are not put on the unit properly, needs a gentle tug to engage the bowl and a bit of a pull to get the lid in place. Gets easier the more times you use it though.

    The bowl: Made of plastic is 3 litres in size, meaning it can take 1.5kgs of dry ingredients or 1.5 litres of liquid.
    The lid: Fits over the bowl with a feeder tube into which ingredients are added with a pusher that separates to allow room for 1 carrot or a thin leek to pass through and so you don't grate or chop your fingers.
    There are several tools to use with the bowl.

    1. The metal blade, a very versatile tool used to make most recipes. It can be used for chopping raw or cooked meat, veg and fruit into small chunks, bread into breadcrumbs. Also the blade is fitted in the bowl for cake mix, pastry, scones, crumbles and much more. Watch out though it is VERY sharp!

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    We spent days pouring over the reviews on Amazon, particularly the bad ones. We began to think that unless you spent hundreds of pounds they were all rubbish...well that's rubbish!

    We finally took the plunge and decided that this was the best compromise of quality and price.

    This is a great food processor.
    We have owned a couple before. The last one for 20 years.
    So this one has quite an act to live up to. But so far it has surpassed itself.
    It does everything that's asked of it effortlessly.
    Sure, some of the attachements are not "Commercial" quality, but they do the job in our kitchen. It is plenty sturdy enough for most things that we are ever likely to throw at it. It gets used almost daily for everything from mixing to juicing.
    We haven't had a problem with the bowl leaking. You do have to lift it off over the central drive spindle, but our last model was like that so we don't find that a problem. If you could call it a niggle, it would be that, as you lift off the heavy bowl full of mixture the drive-spindle then falls off, usually onto the floor!

    Treat it with a bit of respect and I don't doubt that it will last for many years.
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    This food processor from Kenwood is basically exactly the same model as the FP730, the only difference being that this one is silver rather than white.

    It comes with a multitude of accessories, some of which I don't even understand what they're for, but you certainly get all the attachments that you need. There is no internal storage for these attachments, however, so be warned that you may need to allocate a fair bit of space in your cupboards.

    Both the blender flask and the processor bowl are a good, large size, perfect for your smoothies, dough, cake mix as well as smaller things like vegetables, etc.

    Works well and, for the price, you are unlikely to find anything that can compete. I did a lot of research before buying this and most processors able to handle the same volumes are double the price or more.

    Overall I'm very happy with my purchase.
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    I spent quite a bit of time wondering whether I should just get a cheap processor or whether to go all the way and get a Magimix. In the end after looking for something that had a large bowl AND a blender AND a mill AND where all the attachments are operated from one base unit, this was the only one which fit the bill.
    My budget was about £120, so I was happy to get this for £85.
    Pluses: works very well, easy enough to clean, loads of attachments (more than i know what to do with), base unit easy to store
    Minuses: Build quality of the base unit is a bit plasticky
    All in all I'm quite pleased with it, it's not quite Magimix standard, but at that price and for the extras, who's complaining!
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    I purchased this item a few months ago. The quality is pretty average. After having it for a week, I dropped the main bowl a few inches onto the kitchen surface and the plastic flange which slots into the base unit chipped off. Although it still worked, I did not expect that to happen so easily.

    I agree with the other comments that the storage unit is pretty much useless. I found that the shredding discs do not fit greatly with the bowl and gave average results. Furthermore, I was creaming some butter and sugar when one of the whisks simply snapped off leaving the plastic base stuck in the mechanism. You are better off using a cheap electric whisk (£4-5) or hand whisk to do the job properly. As this is clearly not the cheapest food processor on the market I would not purchase it again. I would either spend a bit more on something designed to last or much less as I do not believe that this food processor will be with me more than a couple of years. In my view the quality is fairly average and I have been overall, rather disappointed.
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