Swan SP32020HON Fearne Food Processor, 1100 W, 2.8 liters, Honey

July 2, 2019 - Comment

Product Features High quality induction motor 1100W, making light work of slicing, shredding, whisking and chopping One touch operation on/off and pulse, making operation is quick and simple 2.8L and 1.2L chopping bowls can handle both larger and smaller tasks with ease Included colour coordinating toolbox will keep your worktop clutter free Accessories: 2mm and

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(as of April 19, 2020 9:25 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • High quality induction motor 1100W, making light work of slicing, shredding, whisking and chopping
  • One touch operation on/off and pulse, making operation is quick and simple
  • 2.8L and 1.2L chopping bowls can handle both larger and smaller tasks with ease
  • Included colour coordinating toolbox will keep your worktop clutter free
  • Accessories: 2mm and 5mm s/s slicing disc, 2mm and 5mm s/s shredding disc, s/s chopping blade plastic dough blade, plastic spatula cheese grating disc, egg whisk disc chip cutting disc

Comments

Anonymous says:

Gorgeous but not great quality This food processor looks gorgeous and is a good size but the quality isn’t great. I used it for the first time today and a bit of plastic from the bottom of the main bowl snapped off (I was only making falafels) and then, when I cleaned it, without submerging the main bowl in water, the handle ended up looking like an old double glazed window with water inside that I’m not sure will come out.It worked really well chopping stuff and I really love the look of it and I hope nothing else…

Anonymous says:

Brilliant bit of kit This food processor just great for preparing veg, brilliant for baking, takes the hard work out of it. Every thing done at touch of button, be it mixing , blending, dough, pulsing, such have bought one of these years ago.

Anonymous says:

Great size and seems to work well I got this to replace a Kenwood compact food processor that I never got on with. I found that when trying to process food in to a well combined mixture it would just stick to the bottom / sides and the blade would spin pointlessly and I would have to constantly scrape the food. I was so relieved that the Swan food processor does not have this issue. I have only used it twice with the main blade, but it works a treat. I had to scrape a small amount down with the spatula a couple of times…

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