Product Promotion Network

Kenwood 0W20010012 Stand Mixer, 900 W – Reduced To Clear

Kenwood 0W20010012 Stand Mixer, 900 W

The KM240SI Prospero Stand Mixer from Kenwood is a small and simple food mixer that does it all, making it ideal If you’re short of space or just starting out.

Perfect for small batches and everyday family use The Kenwood Prospero Mixer will work hard for you. With variable speed options you can perfectly knead, whisk, and beat the ingredients you need to create fabulous breads, cakes and pastries.

  • 4.3 L stainless steel bowl
  • 3 bowl tools; k beater, whisk and dough hook; body material: Plastic; bowl material: Brushed stainless steel
  • Variable speed plus pulse
  • Planetary mixing action
  • Full safety interlock system

shopMatrix Bargain Buys

View More: Sale Offers

3 Responses to Kenwood 0W20010012 Stand Mixer, 900 W – Reduced To Clear

  • avatar

    5 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Kenwood 0W20010012 Stand Mixer, 900 W (Kitchen & Home)

    Purchased as a replacement for my traditional hand mixer. More expensive than an average hand mixer, but worth it! There are more expensive and probably better products, but for an amateur baker to whip up cakes, batters etc this is all I need. The only problem I have found is that the cover still lets some sugar/flour escape at the back, even when fully clipped in- but certainly not a big issue with its use!

  • avatar

    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Kenwood 0W20010012 Stand Mixer, 900 W (Kitchen & Home)

    Worked well for a couple of months then the motor went. Kenwood paid for the return and have hopefully fixed it. The head moves a lot when mixing so have to hold it down or the blades don’t reach all sides and bottom of bowl.

  • avatar

    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Kenwood 0W20010012 Stand Mixer, 900 W (Kitchen & Home)

    After 30 plus years of using a Kenwood chef it got too heavy to manage so I was pleasd to find this smaller lighter mixer and certainly a lot cheaper. The pros : light, smaller worktop footprint, same range of blades and good size bowl.
    cons: motor wattage is smaller, a tendency to throw pastry mix out of the bowl. Never having had reason to use a lid before I had a fast learning curve. Any speed over 2 and it was out of control. I’ve made a 4 egg cake mix for 2x 2lb loaf tins and that was fine but the pastry made with the K beater needs to be worked on, probably a change of fat to something like Trex which will combine quicker, but nice to be making my own pastry again. The dough hook I haven’t used because I no longer make bread but I think it would struggle with anything but a small loiaf. Overall nuce to have a Kenwood again.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *