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KitchenAid KN1PS Pouring Shield for KitchenAid Mixer

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  • The Kitchenaid pouring shield for use with the KitchenAid mixer
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Frequently Bought Together

  • KitchenAid KN1PS Pouring Shield for KitchenAid Mixer
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  • KitchenAid K45SS Classic Stand Mixer - White
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  • KitchenAid 4.8 Litre Glass Bowl for KitchenAid Mixer
Total price: £385.00
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand KitchenAid
Model NumberKN1PS
ColourClear
Item Weight136 g
Product Dimensions8.5 x 3 x 10.5 cm
Power / Wattage1370 watts
MaterialPlastic
  
Additional Information
ASINB00007EM75
Best Sellers Rank 88,862 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight422 g
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Date First Available2 Feb. 2007
  
 

Product Description

Product Description

The KitchenAid pouring shield for use with the KitchenAid mixer is a one piece accessory that makes it easy to add ingredients with its pouring spout whilst mixing
It helps prevent splashing and as it is made of transparent Lexan you can have a full view of the ingredients in the bowl
The pouring shield is not dishwasher safe

Box Contains

  • Pouring shield


  • Customer Reviews

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    I bought this hoping it would solve the problem of flour and icing sugar flying all over the kitchen. Wrong . It still puffs every where. The pouring shield just rests on the bowl, is easily knocked out of position and the openings for the additional ingredients and the back of the mixer are so large they don't prevent the mess. What a disappointment.
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    The opening is too large so that it doesn't prevent ingredients from coming out, especially when making buttercream with icing sugar.
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    I bought this to stop flour and icing sugar going everywhere, but unfortunately there is such a needlessly big gap at the back, it is pretty useless. They need a re-design.
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    FYI, we bought this for the glass bowl: please be aware that the splash guard is clearly designed for a slightly smaller diameter, slightly thinner rimmed bowl which the metal bowl must clearly be.

    It will rest on the glass bowl but will not 'snap' into place.

    It is still useful. My partner finds it so since the box-like funnel part makes it much easier to pour in ingredients whilst using the mixer. It does still serve to reduce splash and puff (not completely prevent) but it is easy to knock out of position unless you are careful.
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    This accessory is totally unnecessary for a kitchen aid. As long as you're careful when adding ingredients to the mixing bowl, this gadget isn't really needed.
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    This Item is very useful - very easy to use without stopping appliance no more mess! I would highly recommend
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    By Mellow Yellow TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 12 Mar. 2010
    I agree with the previous reviewer about the price and quality of these covers, but even so I feel it is worth buying one as it stops flour flying out when you switch the machine on.

    They are easy to fit, simple to wash up and prevents dust from collecting in the bowl when the mixer is not being used. Its not very exciting, but I wouldnt be without mine!
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    Quite a poor design. Used to have a Kenwood Prospero which had a pouring shield included in the price .that had a much better fitting shield. This kitchenaid one is very loose and can easily be knocked off the bowl also it has far too big a gap at the back. Waste of £22 .
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