Read also:fisher & paykel wh7560p2 review fisher and paykel 519l fridge review infa secure grandeur treo baby bunting difference between optislim and optislim platinum smith noble air fryer recipes my genie robot vacuum review
Extremely quiet unit.
Yesterday it was time to replace my 50 year old Kenwood mixer. It is still working but quite noisy as gears are worn out. I made tons of bread with it. I hope that this new beauty will be as reliable as the old one.
Purchased in September 2021 for $475.00.
totally in love with my mixer
bought my kenwood on 31/7/19 from david jones. i paid half price and am waiting on my free blender attachment. ive already baked a chocolate cake, lemon vanilla cake plus brownies. unfortunately suffering with the flu but will be back to baking soon,lol. the mixer is quiet and so far can handle what im using it for,i will be baking bread on the weekend and will see how it handles it. the bowl is deep enough and is plenty deep for a home baker.
Love my new mixer
After working with a 25 year + old Kenwood mixer this new one is a dream! It is relatively quiet and came with a large number of attachments including a whipping, dough, whisk, folding and regular mixing head. I have tried all of them and am impressed with their function. At times a slight adjustment of height is needed to ensure the contents of the bowl is thoroughly mixed.
The complimentary recipe book included in this special edition pack has some good recipe ideas. I love the colour (Zinc) which is more like a deep purple. Looking forward to using this product for decades to come. So far it is living up to the high standard I expect of Kenwood.
Questions & Answers
Hi l just come from Harvey Norman, love the kenwood sense special with the purple colour. Nice small just what I need, not to big like chef XL edition. My question is can the sense special handles good the bread doughs, becouse l read KitchenAid can’t handle good with the dough
( that the equipment l thinking to have first, but change my mind after read all review)
ieatwords.com.au has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence our content moderation policies in any way, though ieatwords.com.au may earn commissions for products/services purchased via affiliate links.