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2.0 out of 5 stars To buy or not to buy - I say choose carefully before you do, 19 Feb. 2008
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This review is from: Kenwood Multi Pro FP735 3 Litre Food Processor, 900 Watt, Silver (Kitchen & Home)
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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Initial post: 17 Dec 2008 16:42:41 GMT
N. Prota says:
In the manual it says clearly you shouldn't use the whisks with doughs that contain butter, but the dough tool instead. If you take care in fitting the accessories in the storage unit, they fit very well and it really saves space (I have a small kitchen, so I am glad that I only need to put the blender and the centrifuge in the cupboard!)
About the shredding disks, I only had average results with peppers, but all other vegetables (courgettes, carrots, onions...) came out perfectly and in a fraction of a second!

Posted on 19 May 2009 11:06:30 BDT
juliepulie says:
It states in the manual not to use the whisks for butter. You can make fab cakes using the blade.
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