Kenwood FP731 Multi Pro Food Processor

September 9, 2013 - Comment

Product Features 1000w Power 3.0 Litre Bowl Capacity Variable Speeds plus Pulse 1.5 Litre Liquidiser Recommended Tower T81212 Cerastone Non Stick Induction Saucepans Sets, 3 Piece & T81242 Cerastone Induction Frying Pan Non-Stick, Ceramic Coating, Forged Aluminium, Stay Cool Handle, Graphite, 28 cm 5.0 out of 5 stars(2) Available for Amazon Prime 21% Off £80.98

Product Features

  • 1000w Power
  • 3.0 Litre Bowl Capacity
  • Variable Speeds plus Pulse
  • 1.5 Litre Liquidiser


Kath Mandu says:

An incredible machine I bought this processor after much study and hesitation, fearing it would be one of those things that just stayed in the cupboard unused. Some reviewers commented on how the center spindle falls out of the machine, how ‘flimsy’ it feels,etc. I found none of this to be true. Once you set the machine up and get used to how it is assembled, it takes very little to lift the bowl carefully and make sure the spindle does not fall. Although the bowl and its parts are plastic, they seem sturdy enough to stand up to normal careful use. I have used the machine for slicing, chopping, shredding, liquidising, and mixing heavy cakes, and I have found it superb for every task. I seem to use it at least once for preparing any meal, and it makes light work of many preparation and mixing jobs. I have a 35+ year old workhorse of a Kenwood Chef which has never failed me, but it has become a bit heavy and awkward for me in older age. I love the processor because it is light and also because when…

kootaahae says:

Outstanding Kenwood mulit-pro When our 40 year old Kenwood Chef finally went to the great mixing bowl in the sky, we looked to buy a replacement. We were staggered to discover that an exact replacement would cost several hundred of the Queen’s pounds. Being now retired, this option was obviously not a possibility……we are only given a few of the Queen’s pounds each month by our gracious government, despite having given them many thousands over the last 50 years.However, this tale has a very happy ending. On browsing through Mr.Amazon’s virtual Shopping Malls, we came across the FP731 Multi Pro Food Processor by the very same Mr.Ken Wood….a much less expensive alternative to his great Chef machine. Having purchased it from Mr. Amazon and had it delivered without any charge (thank you so much for this Mr.Amazon…it means that we will be able to have at least one meal this week that is not gruel)…..we have used it several times to make soup as well as some smooth pate.It is a quite outstanding…

eknight129 says:

Best christmas present I am a student and was looking for my first food processor as I was missing not having one when I went to University. I did plenty of research online as I wanted something that would be good value for money with lots of different functions, but would not take up too much space in my small shared kitchen.After reading reviews online as well as trying out a few models in various electrical shops I decided on the Kenwood FP731 as I liked that it came with a smaller bowl, mill, liquidiser, whisk and dough hook included.So far I have been very impressed with it. Most of the parts stack up neatly into the handy storage carousel, though the dough hook does not fit in which is a little annoying (although this is an optional extra so I can understand). I also agree with other comments about the drive shaft which does not lock into place on the base, this is annoying but not the end of the world as long as you are careful when removing the bowl.So far I have used…

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