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allison cleeter

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Kitchenaid artisan or Kenwood Chef KM010, your views on which one to buy.

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Nenna

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As someone who has had a Kenwood Chef since 1973 and it is still working, may I add, I feel well equipped to answer this! You would think then that I would recommend the Kenwood wouldn't you? Well, I felt I deserved a new mixer and went shopping for one, thinking that I would buy another Kenwood but I was talked out of it by the salesman, believe it or not! He advocates that the older Kenwoods were the best and the ones made now are made in China and are not of as good quality. SOOOO, I bought a Kitchenaid and I must say I am pleased with it so far, although I have only had it a few weeks. It is very sturdy, much quieter and of course it looks lovely! As they say, a change is as good as a rest! I must add that it took me a long while to make up my mind, I didn't do it on the spur of the moment. There is a difference in price too, almost a hundred pounds!

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Nenna

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The Kitchenaid comes with a flat beater,(K) a whisk and a dough hook. I had a 'free offer' of a 6 piece kitchen tool set with mine plus a hard back cookery book.
The Kenwood has a liquidiser and a processor I believe so you get more for your money. That's one reason why it is so hard to decide on which one to buy!

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Linzechris

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I have a Kitchen Aid mixer with attatchments and I adore it!
I have never baked such good cakes and bread before.
I have not used all the attatchments though but the mixer on its own with a dough hook to me is well worth the money. However I am sure that many on here with Kenwoods will say exactly the same thing. I think it just boils down to the look in the end and they probably both perform equally as well as each other.

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Nenna

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I agree!

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linda1

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I agree with the Kitchenaid. It has so much versatility. I mix all my cakes etc. including wedding cakes in it, I even have a pasta attachment which is brilliant. It looks very good on my work surface too.

 
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