Kenwood FPM260 Food Processor – Brushed Metal

October 12, 2017 - Comment

Product Features New in-bowl drive system, easy to use and increases the capacity Metal compact vertical processor and liquidiser for space saving Powerful, energy efficient 750W motor with unique patented Dual-Drive system 2-speed plus pulse control providing positive operation and total user control 2.1L Bowl (1.0L working capacity) and 1.2L capacity liquidiser calibrated Recommended Blackmoor

Product Features

  • New in-bowl drive system, easy to use and increases the capacity
  • Metal compact vertical processor and liquidiser for space saving
  • Powerful, energy efficient 750W motor with unique patented Dual-Drive system
  • 2-speed plus pulse control providing positive operation and total user control
  • 2.1L Bowl (1.0L working capacity) and 1.2L capacity liquidiser calibrated

Comments

tracey says:

Great quality processor. Used my processor for the first time today to make a pasta sauce from scratch, effortlessly chopped the onions and garlic. What i noticed about this Kenwood is the quality of the tools etc, strong and robust. I hope to have many years service from this. Worth every penny.

Gardenmaker says:

Good, but possibly not for left handers I received my Kenwood FPM260 12 months ago. This food processor has done everything I needed really well, including slicing raw potatoes (thick or thin); grating carrots (thick or thin); whisking cream; grinding coffee beans and brazil nuts (in the attachment). I have also made batters and soups with the liquidiser (Kenwood recommend you only use the liquidiser with cold ingredients, not hot). 

F. Ibrahim says:

Motor failure twice – very poor design Very poor design. and will never buy Kenwood products again. the first one the motor starts smoking just after 6 months, kenwood sent me an other one, the second one the motor starts smoking just over a year and Kenwood would not replace it and it is expensive to repair.I would say to Kenwood, a good design usually has an overheating safety cuts off where the motor which is the most expensive part should have been protected not leaving it to die!!!

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