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Blondie Bill

Food Mixer...

I am looking to buy a food mixer and wonder if anyone could give me some recommendations on any please, I have a budget of about £150 (can go a bit higher). I have been looking on Amazon and quite like the look of the Andrew James mixer which gets good reviews. But it does look quite large and I don't know who Andrew James is. I have also looked at some of the Kenwood mixers but they seem to come with to many extras such as processors and liquidisers that I do not want.

Regards,
Bill...

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Honey

Food Mixer

Bill, many of us are Kenwood fans here. In my opinion, you can't go wrong with a Kenwood. I bought mine 40 years ago and it's still going strong. You never know, you might find you will use the other attachments if you have them. If you make soups they could be really useful.

Honey x

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Jolly Canuck

Food Mixer

I have also had my Kenwood for 40 years and it is great and I would not want to be without it. I agree that some of the attachments are likely to be used infrequently, however, when I bought mine you could buy the basic food mixer separately.

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Honey

Food Mixer

Fortunately my sister bought one, plus all the attachments, a few years earlier and so I learnt from her that I wouldn't use the attachments and so I just had the mixer and the liquidiser.

H :-x

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reddog694

Krups KA950

Hi, read your enquiry about mixers and i'm in the same quandry.Having recently discovered baking, i need a machine primarily for dough making. This means a high rated motor since i intend to make alot of it. 1000w min. Large bowl, extra accessory outlets, in case i need to play more. The Andrew James is made by Wahl i think. After seeing kenwoods i was impressed, But....They are noisy. After watching the vid on the Krups ka950 i changed my mind totally. And it's cheaper than the titanium major i had my heart set on. It is extremely quiet in operation and has features of a £500 + Kenwood. See what you think.
Happy Baking.
Mark
reddog694

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Honey

Kenwood

My old Kenwood IS noisy (circa 1971), but my daughter has recently bought one and by comparison, it is much quieter. But they are so proficient, I'm happy to put up with the noise. It only takes a few minutes to make bread and so worth it.

H x

 
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