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stand mixer recomendations please!

post #1 of 26
Thread Starter 
we are moving to england and im looking for a new stand mixer, as my bosch was just not powerful enough for me. what are your recommendations??
post #2 of 26
Kenwood is good and should be available in England. Really, though, the Bosch isn't powerful enough? What's the wattage on the motor?
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post #3 of 26
well i love my cuisinart 7 qt, certainly enough power for anything i have made...
post #4 of 26
*** I'm making the assumption that you are currently living in the US:

I have a 220 wt Kitchen Aid and I love it, although expensive in comparison to US counterparts (and that takes exchange rate into account.)

Note, you can run a 110 wt (US) mixer on a countertop transformer, so you might try picking up a new or refurbished one before relocating.

If I can answer any questions about moving to, adjusting to, caking in the UK, please send me a PM. I'm happy to help reduce the culture shock if I can.

Ann
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post #5 of 26
I have the Kenwood Chef , 900W , and I love it icon_smile.gif
post #6 of 26
Love my Cuisinart 7 quart!!
post #7 of 26
Thread Starter 
wow i didnt even know cuisinart made mixers! my bosch says concept 7000 know know abt the wattage. its excellent for kneading dough but beating egg whites and things like that just take hours.
ann- i was shocked to see how much more expensive kitchen aids are in uk compared to the us. the biggest culture shock to me is the fruit cake that everyone seems to love there!
i will check out the kenwood 900
post #8 of 26
I saw a Kenwood chef at my local Costco yesterday for about £240. Has anyone got this and is that a good deal and hows the performance?
post #9 of 26
I have been debating a stand mixer for a while now and hadn't even considered Costco, what a great idea! At £240, it's the cheapest I have heard of for a Kenwood!
xx
post #10 of 26
tell a lie! I am looking at a KitchenAid which might make more sense!
If you google Kenwood mixer and go for shopping results, there are some on there for £220...not sure if new or used though :S
post #11 of 26
[quote="angelogoo"]I saw a Kenwood chef at my local Costco yesterday for about £240. Has anyone got this and is that a good deal and hows the performance?[/quote]

I paid 219 . Think you could get a better deal if you shop around icon_smile.gif
post #12 of 26
Thread Starter 
how many quarts wiggler?
post #13 of 26
Think its 4.6 litre ?
post #14 of 26
Thread Starter 
not sure how that translates into quarts which is what im familiar with.do u have a liink?
post #15 of 26
its a 4.6litre. Anyone have one of these and how do they find the performance and capacity?

Many thanks
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