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Magimix 5200 Food Processor, White

by Magimix

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  • New more space efficient design
  • new push button control panel
  • new thicker, stronger main bowl and lid for longer life
  • New main blade and egg whisk for improved perfomance
  • New mini & midi bowl with greater capacity
  • New more powerful, quiet, long lasting induction motor
  • New recipe book with over 100 tantalising recipes
  • New accessory and storage box
  • New bakery standard dough blade
  • Guarantee 3 years, Guarantee 12 years motor
  • 1100 Watt
  • Main bowl capacity 3.7 Litres
  • White finish
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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 12 Kg
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  • Item model number: Magimix 18500
  • ASIN: B000C4BEJK
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 589,867 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Product Description

Magimix 5200 18500 white food processor
  • Other
  • Plastic finish
  • Handwash recommended
  • Clean with soft damp cloth
  • 3 year guarantee

Box Contains

  • 1 x Food processor
  • 3 x Bowls
  • 2 x Sabatier blades
  • 1 x 2mm Reversible slicing/grating disc
  • 1 x 4mm Slicing/grating disc
  • 1 x Parmesan disc
  • 1 x Dough blade
  • 1 x Citrus press
  • 1 x Egg whisk
  • 1 x Spatula
  • 1 x Blade safe storage box
  • 1 x Colour instruction and recipe

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    2.7 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. Daragon on 17 Aug 2008
    Not badly built in the main, but it's easy to destroy both the dough blade and the nylon spindle at the same time by trying to mix less than 70% of the documented maximum capacity of bread dough. At £40 a pop, I've had to go buy a proper mixer for bread making.
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    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By zostar on 16 Nov 2008
    I have owned and used almost daily a Magimix for 28 years, eventually when the bowl handle broke and I needed to switch it on and off at the socket to operate I decided it was time for a new super model. I have found it difficult, there is just too much of it with the three bowls and storage box. I had hoped to use the middle bowl most, but that can't use the chopper or bread mixer. It is also quite heavy to move on the work top as I have to pull it out slightly to use it. On balance I wish I'd just bought a replacement bowl for my old one. Although in conclusion based on the older model (I will have to wait years to confirm this with the new one) there is no better and powerful tool around. I just hope I don't have the breakdowns other users have experienced.
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    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Pat Woolley on 26 Oct 2008
    I have had my Magimix 5200 for eighteen months, in that time I have had two new blades and the third has just given up! The problem seems to be the plastic used for the blade spindle is just too soft and, when used for bulk items it sheers off. I am not paying another £27-00 to replace it. Not a good buy, I do not recommend it.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. G. Dodd on 16 Jan 2010
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    Pretty good machine but it is just a food processor.
    Doesn't actually mix as well as the earlier models but great for speed chopping.
    The whisker works well but of course the type of bowl means you often have to transfer to another to finish the baking mix. Keep to a Kenwood Chef if you want to make good cakes!
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Minilingua on 30 Jan 2010
    It chopped well enough, but could not handle even very small amounts of dough. The motor kept over-heating and switching itself off. And this after just a minute or two mixing the dough, even though the instructions in the supplied Magimix recipe book were followed.

    An additional problem was that food kept getting sucked up under the blade and exiting the bowl through its central hole. I'd lose a fair amount of dough, for example, as this would entwine itself around the spindle and log-jam the bowl's hole. I recall creamed spinach making a rather unhygienic reappearance quite some time after cleaning, having dribbled back out from the inside of the spindle and onto the base.

    Perhaps I got a "Friday afternoon" one. Bit cheesed off so I opted to get a refund.

    However, even if this one was just a dud, I'm not sure I'd go for one again. Perhaps the Magimix sweet-spot is the slightly smaller 4200 range? The 5200 is pricey, takes up a lot of space and you need yet more space for the big storage box that houses the other blades. You also always have to use the smaller bowls inside the big one because there's only one top and that only clicks into the biggest bowl. And there's no speed control beyond "pulse" and "on", which means you have to pulse carefully so as not to destroy the structure of cakes and the like. It seemed to me that another limitation was that you have to be careful about putting the bowls in the dishwasher in case the cycle is too hot or it gets damaged by the drying cycle.

    For the size and price, you'd expect it to take anything you can throw at it...
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Helena Stenner on 31 May 2009
    I bought my first Magimix, a Grand Chef, over 30 years ago and it is still going strong and I recently gave it to a friend as I bought the latest 5200. However, I have given 2 as wedding presents, another one to my daughter and have one in my summer house too! You can do simply everything with a Magimix and it should/must be top of the REQUIRED equipment list. I use it everyday for something: mixing batter, shredding salad, chopping vegetables for soup and then pureeing the cooked mixture for a creamy soup, etc., etc. The mini bowl makes the easiest Hollandaise imaginable that doesn't split. AND, buying through Amazon you get the best possible price! A firm believe in the Brand, I also have the Magimix Juicer and Ice Cream Gelato Chef Machine.
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    18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Stella on 31 Aug 2008
    Fine for slicing, grating and chopping but it is useless for bread making and even for making pastry: as I write, it is waiting to be repaired for a second time within 10 months because the central spindle has got damaged in use despite following manufacturer's guidelines. The whisk is not very efficient either. Disappointing.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. H. Kirby on 2 Jan 2009
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    When setting up home twenty years ago I was advised to get a Magimix and, not having enough money, settled for a cheaper brand. Having regretted that decision ever since and being very pleased when the old one finally expired, there was a huge amount of expectation and anticipation for this machine to live up to. I have to say I'm delighted with it so far. Sturdy construction, powerful motor and well worth every penny.
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