10 best food processors — Rating 2022

Among the key cri­te­ria for select­ing mod­els, pri­or­i­ty was giv­en not only to build qual­i­ty, brand aware­ness and func­tion­al­i­ty, but also to real expe­ri­ence in using the equip­ment. To do this, we ana­lyzed cus­tomer reviews post­ed on open resources — the offi­cial web­sites of man­u­fac­tur­ers, Yandex.Market, otziv-otziv.ru, irecommend.ru and from oth­er sources.

The order of the mod­els in each cat­e­go­ry is con­di­tion­al and can­not be con­sid­ered a sign of the advan­tage of one com­bine over anoth­er.

How to choose the right food processor

There are 3 key fac­tors to con­sid­er when choos­ing a food proces­sor:

  1. Equip­ment.
  2. Dimen­sions.
  3. Addi­tion­al require­ments.

Equip­ment is one of the main cri­te­ria for choos­ing a food proces­sor. It direct­ly depends on what process­es the tech­nique can han­dle. The Russ­ian mar­ket offers a wide range of food proces­sors with var­i­ous con­fig­u­ra­tions — from basic mod­els that per­form 3–4 actions to kitchen machines that can han­dle dozens of oper­a­tions of any com­plex­i­ty.

What is includ­ed in the stan­dard kit of most com­bines:

  1. Graters and shred­ders.
  2. Chop­per knife.
  3. Dough mix­ers (their shape and func­tion­al­i­ty may be dif­fer­ent depend­ing on the design fea­tures of the com­bine).

Among the addi­tion­al attach­ments, it is worth not­ing a blender, a cof­fee grinder or a mini chop­per, as well as a juicer and a meat grinder. There are also a num­ber of attach­ments for semi-pro­fes­sion­al kitchen machines that are not equipped with bud­get and medi­um seg­ment appli­ances — auger juicer, attach­ments for prepar­ing var­i­ous types of pas­ta, dough rolling attach­ment, etc.

Over­all dimen­sions are also an impor­tant cri­te­ri­on for choos­ing a com­bine. The most com­pact will be mod­els in which the engine is locat­ed at the bot­tom and is locat­ed in a small case, medi­um-sized com­bines have a hor­i­zon­tal sta­tion­ary base with an engine and a seat under the bowl. The most bulky are kitchen machines with a lift­ing motor unit.

There are also var­i­ous addi­tion­al options that may affect the choice of a par­tic­u­lar mod­el. For exam­ple, this is a bowl light or an all-glass blender. It can also be advanced equip­ment or elec­tron­ic con­trol. There are kitchen machines that have a basic pack­age, but the user can inde­pen­dent­ly choose addi­tion­al noz­zles, depend­ing on what process­es he will per­form most often.

A cor­rect­ly cho­sen com­bine will not only become a reli­able assis­tant in the kitchen and will be able to per­form all the nec­es­sary oper­a­tions, but will also har­mo­nious­ly fit into any kitchen inte­ri­or.

Rating of the best food processors

Best Budget Food Processors

For this cat­e­go­ry, we select­ed 4 mod­els in the price cat­e­go­ry up to 5500 rubles. 2 har­vesters from the Dutch man­u­fac­tur­er Philips and 2 mod­els from the pop­u­lar Russ­ian brand Kit­fort were cho­sen as unam­bigu­ous lead­ers. Despite some sim­i­lar­i­ties, all har­vesters have their own dis­tinc­tive fea­tures and advan­tages, as well as the opti­mal com­bi­na­tion between prac­ti­cal­i­ty, func­tion­al­i­ty and cost in their price cat­e­go­ry.

Philips HR7605

Rat­ing: 4.7


Philips HR7605

The HR7605 mod­el from Philips opens our review of bud­get com­bines. This is a leg­endary device that was first released in the ear­ly 2000s and still remains pop­u­lar and in demand. At the same time, the man­u­fac­tur­er for all the past years did not change any­thing in the design and con­fig­u­ra­tion, which indi­cates a very suc­cess­ful ini­tial per­for­mance.

The har­vester is assem­bled in Hun­gary, and it comes with a pro­pri­etary two-year war­ran­ty. Euro­pean assem­bly is con­sid­ered a rar­i­ty for small kitchen appli­ances, espe­cial­ly for the bud­get seg­ment, dom­i­nat­ed by Chi­na.

The key dif­fer­ence between this mod­el and most ana­logues is the type of con­struc­tion. In the har­vester, the mod­ule with the engine and con­trols is made not in the form of a sta­tion­ary base, but in the form of a com­pact device that is put on top of the bowl and snapped onto it with two latch­es. This solu­tion made it pos­si­ble to make the device as com­pact and prac­ti­cal as pos­si­ble.

Anoth­er plus of the mod­el is that all com­po­nents are stored direct­ly in the bowl, which saves space.

The pack­age includes a grat­ing disc with three noz­zles (for cut­ting straws, a medi­um clas­sic grater and a noz­zle for pan­cakes / nuts / hard cheeses), a disc for whip­ping cream or liq­uid (pan­cake) dough and a util­i­ty knife. With such noz­zles, the com­bine can per­form up to 15 dif­fer­ent process­es. Noz­zles-graters and a knife are made of food stain­less steel.

On the block with the engine there is a rotary switch that oper­ates in two posi­tions — con­stant speed and pulse mode.

Accord­ing to data from the online por­tal
Yan­dex Mar­ket, the har­vester received a rat­ing of 4.6, while 92% of respon­dents are ready to rec­om­mend this mod­el for pur­chase. Among the pos­i­tive aspects, users note com­pact­ness, ver­sa­til­i­ty, good build qual­i­ty and afford­able price. The dis­ad­van­tages of some con­sumers include a short pow­er cord.


We rec­om­mend Philips HR7605 to all users who want to pur­chase a high-qual­i­ty, prac­ti­cal and com­pact food proces­sor for var­i­ous cut­ting and chop­ping tasks.

Advantages

  • Com­pact dimen­sions.
  • All attach­ments can be stored in the bowl.
  • Easy assem­bly.
  • Good func­tion­al­i­ty.

Flaws

  • Short pow­er cord (accord­ing to con­sumer reviews).
  • There is no clas­sic whisk for cream and a stick for dough.

Kitfort KT-1320

Rat­ing: 4.7


KITFORT KT-1320

The review con­tin­ues with the Kit­fort KT-1320 mod­el from a pop­u­lar Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­er of house­hold appli­ances. The har­vester is assem­bled in Chi­na, and its war­ran­ty is 1 year.

The mod­el attract­ed our atten­tion with its styl­ish appear­ance, good equip­ment and, most impor­tant­ly, the price (about 3,000 rubles at the time the rat­ing was pub­lished). For such mon­ey, it is sim­ply impos­si­ble to find some­thing more decent in qual­i­ty.

The mod­el is made in a pop­u­lar form fac­tor, where the engine and con­trols form a sin­gle base mod­ule, on top of which the bowl and all noz­zles are attached. This design allows you to make the equip­ment more com­pact com­pared to oth­er mod­els. The body of the har­vester itself is made of stain­less steel, and at the bot­tom it has 4 rub­ber­ized suc­tion cups that firm­ly hold the entire struc­ture on the table dur­ing oper­a­tion.

From the con­trols there is a repeat switch that allows you to select one of two speeds or switch to pulse mode.

The pack­age bun­dle of that mod­el is small, but it is enough to per­form all basic oper­a­tions with prod­ucts. Dou­ble-sided all-met­al stain­less steel disc allows you to cut veg­eta­bles into strips, as well as grate on a stan­dard grater. The main knife pro­vides grind­ing of dif­fer­ent ingre­di­ents.

500 W motor pow­er is enough to work with meat, fruits, veg­eta­bles, nuts and oth­er prod­ucts.

The pres­ence of a col­lapsi­ble push­er allows, if nec­es­sary, to make the load­ing open­ing small­er, which is impor­tant when cut­ting nar­row root crops and oth­er prod­ucts (car­rots, pars­ley root, parsnips).

The own­ers of the equip­ment speak pos­i­tive­ly about its low cost, good build qual­i­ty and sim­ple con­fig­u­ra­tion with­out unnec­es­sary attach­ments. The dis­ad­van­tages of some con­sumers include too much dis­tance between the inside of the lid and the disc, which leaves a large amount of large waste after cut­ting the car­rots.

The best bal­ance between qual­i­ty, prac­ti­cal­i­ty and func­tion­al­i­ty in the bud­get price seg­ment allowed the Kit­fort KT-1320 com­bine to become one of the lead­ers in its prod­uct group and get a wor­thy place in our rat­ing.

Advantages

  • Low price.
  • Sim­ple con­trol.
  • Com­plete set, in which there is noth­ing super­flu­ous.
  • Suc­tion cups at the bot­tom of the case.

Flaws

  • Does not cut veg­eta­bles, in par­tic­u­lar car­rots, a lot of waste (accord­ing to user reviews).
  • There is no small grater.

See also: 12 best kitchen mix­ers

Kitfort KT-1386

Rat­ing: 4.7


Kitfort KT-1386

Kit­fort KT-1386 is actu­al­ly an upgrad­ed ver­sion of the basic Kit­fort KT-1320 har­vester dis­cussed above, so we will focus on the key dif­fer­ences between the two mod­els.

The main changes affect­ed the con­fig­u­ra­tion, and in the KT-1386 mod­el it became much bet­ter than in the base mod­el, but the cost of the com­bine increased by about 2 times.

The design of the grater, which was copied from a pro­fes­sion­al kitchen machine, has fun­da­men­tal­ly changed. Now the crushed prod­ucts do not set­tle at the bot­tom of the bowl, as in most inex­pen­sive com­bines, but exit through a spe­cial hole into a con­tain­er sub­sti­tut­ed by the user. Such a solu­tion for pro­fes­sion­al equip­ment allows you to process a huge num­ber of prod­ucts at a time, but in this case the num­ber of ingre­di­ents will be lim­it­ed by the motor resource. In any case, the new grater has become more prac­ti­cal and con­ve­nient. The stain­less steel disc has remained the same — on the one hand the medi­um grater, and on the oth­er — the shred­der.

The sec­ond impor­tant point is the pres­ence of a blender, the bowl of which is also a trav­el bot­tle with a tight lid. This solu­tion will delight fans of a healthy lifestyle, who can now take their favorite cock­tails and mix­tures with them to train­ing or just for a walk.

Anoth­er attach­ment in the kit is a com­pact cof­fee grinder. The large bowl and chop­per blade remain the same as in the base mod­el.

Accord­ing to open infor­ma­tion from the pop­u­lar Yandex.Market resource, 98% of con­sumers rec­om­mend this com­bine for pur­chase, and the mod­el itself received the pres­ti­gious “cus­tomers’ choice” mark and a rat­ing of 4.8 points. Own­ers of equip­ment note the opti­mal rela­tion­ship between func­tion­al­i­ty and cost, com­pact size and good build qual­i­ty. As a dis­ad­van­tage, sev­er­al respon­dents indi­cat­ed the small vol­ume of the blender bowl.

We rec­om­mend the Kit­fort KT-1386 har­vester to all con­sumers who want to get high-qual­i­ty equip­ment with wide func­tion­al­i­ty at an ade­quate cost.

Advantages

  • 4‑in‑1 con­cept (chop­per, grater, blender, cof­fee grinder).
  • Com­pact dimen­sions.
  • Afford­able price.

Flaws

  • Small blender capac­i­ty (from user reviews).

Philips HR7320 Daily Collection

Rat­ing: 4.8


Philips HR7320 Daily Collection

Our review of bud­get food proces­sors is com­plet­ed by the Philips HR7320 Dai­ly Col­lec­tion mod­el, which is made in a com­pact pack­age sim­i­lar to the two pre­vi­ous­ly reviewed food proces­sors from Kit­fort.

The food proces­sor is made in Chi­na and has a 2‑year full war­ran­ty, like the rest of Philips kitchen appli­ances.

The mod­el received a pow­er­ful 700 W motor (rel­a­tive to its small size), which allows you to quick­ly cope with the tasks. The over­all con­cept of the prod­uct is a com­pact design for peo­ple who live at an active pace.

The pack­age includes a 1.5 liter blender bowl, a main con­tain­er, a chop­per knife, a dou­ble-sided stain­less steel disc (grater and shred­der), a plas­tic disc with wavy edges for bat­ter and creams, and a noz­zle for mak­ing pas­try dough.

The man­u­fac­tur­er has increased the diam­e­ter of the load­ing shaft, which allows pro­cess­ing more prod­ucts in one go.

One of the dis­tin­guish­ing fea­tures of the prod­uct is the bind­ing of the col­or of the noz­zles to the high-speed mode. The com­bine has 2 speeds and a pulse mode. Instead of tra­di­tion­al numer­i­cal des­ig­na­tions, orange and red sec­tors are drawn on the body, which coin­cide with the col­ors of the noz­zles. Such a sys­tem allows you to intu­itive­ly select the desired mode for a par­tic­u­lar process. For exam­ple, the body of the chop­per knife is red, and the bat­ter disc is orange.

Users note the high build qual­i­ty, good equip­ment and high effi­cien­cy of the com­bine. Judg­ing by the reviews of real own­ers of equip­ment, no seri­ous short­com­ings were found.

We rec­om­mend the Philips HR7320 Dai­ly Col­lec­tion com­bine for its high per­for­mance, intu­itive oper­a­tion, prac­ti­cal­i­ty, func­tion­al­i­ty and afford­able price.

Advantages

  • Pow­er­ful motor (700 W).
  • Good equip­ment.
  • Com­pact design.

Flaws

  • Plas­tic bowl blender.

Best mid-range and high-end food processors

This cat­e­go­ry includes 6 best har­vesters from the mid­dle (from 6,000 rubles) and high price seg­ments (from 15,000 rubles). For the con­ve­nience of read­ers, we placed first 3 mod­els from the mid­dle cat­e­go­ry, and then 3 expen­sive com­bines.

Bosch MCM 3501M

Rat­ing: 4.5


Bosch MCM 3501M

We start our review of food proces­sors in the mid­dle and high price range with the Bosch MCM 3501M mod­el from the famous Ger­man man­u­fac­tur­er of house­hold appli­ances. The mod­el is assem­bled in Chi­na, which is tra­di­tion­al for most small kitchen appli­ances, the war­ran­ty peri­od is 2 years.

The har­vester is made in a com­pact body with a low­er engine. The mod­el pleas­es with a good com­plete set, which allows you to per­form a large num­ber of kitchen process­es. For slic­ing veg­eta­bles, there are two disc shred­ders of dif­fer­ent sizes, made of stain­less steel. In the main bowl, you can grind food, as well as knead the dough. Addi­tion­al­ly, the set includes a blender and a mini mill with four blades. The spe­cial con­fig­u­ra­tion of the knives allows you to quick­ly and eas­i­ly grind cof­fee and any spices.

One of the fea­tures of the mod­el is the abil­i­ty to store all the noz­zles in the main bowl, which is very con­ve­nient. The body also has a com­part­ment for the cord, which is rare even for expen­sive har­vesters. The pres­ence of suc­tion cups pro­vides a secure fix­a­tion of equip­ment.

The mod­el has two speeds and a pulse mode, which is con­sid­ered the stan­dard for kitchen machines of this for­mat.

Accord­ing to reviews from the Yandex.Market online por­tal, the mod­el has a rat­ing of 4.7, and 95% of users advise buy­ing it. The own­ers of the com­bine note high pro­duc­tiv­i­ty, good pow­er, func­tion­al­i­ty and qual­i­ty of work. The dis­ad­van­tages of some con­sumers include the lack of a medi­um grater.

We rec­om­mend the Bosch MCM 3501M to all users who want a styl­ish, pow­er­ful and ver­sa­tile kitchen helper for the right price.

Advantages

  • Good equip­ment with a blender and a mini-mill.
  • Legs with suc­tion cups.
  • High per­for­mance.
  • Styl­ish mod­ern design.

Flaws

  • There is no mid­dle grater.

See also: 14 best blenders

REDMOND RKM-4030

Rat­ing: 4.6


REDMOND RKM-4030

The next mod­el in our review is REDMOND RKM-4030 from a well-known man­u­fac­tur­er of small kitchen appli­ances from Chi­na. The war­ran­ty is 1 year, and all tech­ni­cal issues can be eas­i­ly resolved through a pro­pri­etary net­work of ser­vice cen­ters through­out Rus­sia.

The com­bine is made in the form fac­tor of a kitchen machine with a ris­ing motor block, and out­ward­ly resem­bles sim­i­lar equip­ment from the pre­mi­um seg­ment.

The com­plete set of the mod­el is basic, includes 3 noz­zles for work­ing with dough and creams. Addi­tion­al­ly, the user can pur­chase three noz­zles — a blender, a meat grinder and a drum grater. A ful­ly equipped kitchen machine will have decent func­tion­al­i­ty and can com­pete with more expen­sive mod­els.

Man­age­ment is tra­di­tion­al — a rotary han­dle with smooth switch­ing to 6 speeds and with a pulse mode.

Users high­ly appre­ci­at­ed the design, qual­i­ty of work and low noise lev­el of this mod­el. The dis­ad­van­tages of some equip­ment own­ers attrib­uted only the basic equip­ment and the need to addi­tion­al­ly pur­chase the miss­ing noz­zles.

We rec­om­mend REDMOND RKM-4030 to all bak­ers who want to get a high-qual­i­ty and inex­pen­sive kitchen machine with the abil­i­ty to expand func­tion­al­i­ty with addi­tion­al attach­ments.

Advantages

  • Styl­ish look.
  • Large stain­less steel bowl.
  • plan­e­tary mech­a­nism.
  • Pow­er­ful 1200W motor.

Flaws

  • The need to pur­chase addi­tion­al noz­zles.

Kitfort KT-1339

Rat­ing: 4.7


Kitfort KT-1339

Kit­fort KT-1339 is a kitchen machine with good func­tion­al­i­ty from a well-known Russ­ian man­u­fac­tur­er. The har­vester is avail­able in three col­or vari­a­tions — sil­ver metal­lic, graphite and metal­lic with brown.

This mod­el, as well as the pre­vi­ous one in our review, is made in a case with a lift­ing motor block. The com­bine is equipped with a pow­er­ful 1400 W motor, which has pro­tec­tion against over­heat­ing.

The mod­el is very sim­i­lar to the REDMOND RKM-4030, but has an improved pack­age. In addi­tion to three dough mix­er attach­ments, the com­bine received a blender with a 1.5‑liter all-glass bowl.

Accord­ing to reviews from the Yandex.Market online plat­form, the kitchen machine has a rat­ing of 4.7 and the pres­ti­gious “buy­er’s choice” mark. The prod­uct is rec­om­mend­ed by 96% of users, which indi­cates the high qual­i­ty of the prod­uct. Among the short­com­ings, the own­ers of the tech­ni­cians not­ed increased vibra­tion and an unsta­ble posi­tion when work­ing at max­i­mum speed.

Good equip­ment, styl­ish appear­ance, safe­ty and prac­ti­cal­i­ty allowed the Kit­fort KT-1339 kitchen machine to take one of the lead­ing places in its price cat­e­go­ry.

Advantages

  • Reli­able motor with over­heat­ing pro­tec­tion.
  • Stain­less steel bowl 6.5 l.
  • Blender includ­ed.

Flaws

  • There is no pos­si­bil­i­ty of installing addi­tion­al attach­ments.
  • High vibra­tions at max­i­mum speed (accord­ing to cus­tomer reviews).

Garlyn S‑350

Rat­ing: 4.8


Garlyn S-350

Our review con­tin­ues with a kitchen machine from the high price seg­ment Gar­lyn S‑350. These are prod­ucts of a young but ambi­tious Russ­ian brand that has been spe­cial­iz­ing in the pro­duc­tion of house­hold appli­ances since 2016. Despite the rel­a­tive­ly young age of the com­pa­ny, its prod­ucts are very pop­u­lar in our coun­try due to inno­v­a­tive tech­nolo­gies and high build qual­i­ty.

The food proces­sor is man­u­fac­tured in Chi­na at a mod­ern enter­prise, where it under­goes mul­ti-stage qual­i­ty con­trol at all stages of pro­duc­tion. The offi­cial war­ran­ty for the prod­uct is 1 year, but the own­er of the equip­ment can extend this peri­od by anoth­er 12 months by par­tic­i­pat­ing in the extend­ed war­ran­ty pro­gram (you must reg­is­ter the prod­uct on the offi­cial web­site and con­firm the pur­chase).

The kitchen machine is equipped with a pow­er­ful 1500 W motor, which allows it to eas­i­ly cope with var­i­ous process­es, and espe­cial­ly with knead­ing dough for bak­ing. The motor itself has over­load pro­tec­tion, which sig­nif­i­cant­ly extends its life.

The basic kit includes only 3 noz­zles (dough hook, whisk and noz­zle for homo­ge­neous mix­ing), but if nec­es­sary, the user can pur­chase addi­tion­al acces­sories to expand the func­tion­al­i­ty of the tech­nique. One of the design fea­tures of the har­vester is the pres­ence of two addi­tion­al gear­box­es that pro­vide rota­tion at dif­fer­ent speeds. One out­let is locat­ed on the lid of the kitchen machine, and the oth­er is on the front end. The user can con­nect a meat grinder, juicer, veg­etable cut­ter, blender and oth­er attach­ments to the reserve sock­ets.

The har­vester is con­trolled by a rotary han­dle. The sys­tem of smooth speed increase addi­tion­al­ly pro­tects the engine from over­loads. A total of 6 speeds and a pulse mode are avail­able.

Accord­ing to con­sumer reviews, the kitchen machine jus­ti­fied its price with high build qual­i­ty, styl­ish design, con­ve­nient con­trols and the abil­i­ty to expand the pack­age with addi­tion­al attach­ments.

We rec­om­mend the Gar­lyn S‑350 kitchen machine pri­mar­i­ly to lovers of pas­tries and desserts, who will find in it every­thing they need to pre­pare their favorite dish­es.

Advantages

  • High pow­er (1500 W).
  • Pos­si­bil­i­ty to pur­chase addi­tion­al noz­zles.
  • Sim­ple and con­ve­nient con­trol.
  • Smooth switch­ing of speeds.
  • Stain­less steel bowl.
  • Plan­e­tary move­ment of noz­zles.

Flaws

  • Small open­ing for load­ing ingre­di­ents.

Also Read: 15 Best Immer­sion Blenders

Gorenje MMC1000RL

Rat­ing: 4.8


Gorenje MMC1000RL

Anoth­er kitchen machine in the high price seg­ment is the Goren­je MMC1000RL. The mod­el is assem­bled in Chi­na, like all small house­hold appli­ances of this Sloven­ian man­u­fac­tur­er, and the fac­to­ry war­ran­ty is 2 years.

The prod­uct is made in a stan­dard form fac­tor for kitchen machines with a ris­ing motor block. The motor pow­er is 1000 W, which is quite enough to work with var­i­ous ingre­di­ents. The mod­el received 7 dif­fer­ent speeds and a pul­sat­ing mode. The con­trol is per­formed by a stan­dard rotary switch.

One of the fea­tures is the alu­minum case, which dif­fers from plas­tic in high­er per­for­mance. All ele­ments of the trans­mis­sion unit are made of met­al. This sig­nif­i­cant­ly increas­es the reli­a­bil­i­ty of tech­nol­o­gy.

The deliv­ery set of this mod­el is slight­ly bet­ter than that of the Gar­lyn S‑350 kitchen machine dis­cussed above. The user receives not 3 stan­dard noz­zles for dough and creams, but an addi­tion­al fourth one with sil­i­cone edges. Its main advan­tage is that when mix­ing the ingre­di­ents, it care­ful­ly col­lects prod­ucts from the walls of the bowl, which oth­er noz­zles do not.

For addi­tion­al devices (meat grinder, grater), there is a spe­cial con­nec­tor at the end of the case, which allows you to expand the func­tion­al­i­ty of the equip­ment.

An analy­sis of the reviews of the own­ers of this kitchen machine con­firms the high lev­el of assem­bly qual­i­ty and oper­a­tion of the device, as well as sim­plic­i­ty and prac­ti­cal­i­ty. We could­n’t find any neg­a­tive reviews.

High-qual­i­ty assem­bly, ease of oper­a­tion and good equip­ment allowed the Goren­je MMC1000RL kitchen machine to win one of the lead­ing places in our rat­ing.

Advantages

  • 7 speeds.
  • Good equip­ment.
  • Alu­mini­um case.
  • Met­al trans­mis­sion gears.
  • AC motor with over­heat­ing pro­tec­tion.

Flaws

  • There is no sec­ond slot at the top for a blender.

Kenwood KVL8300S

Rat­ing: 4.9


Kenwood KVL8300S

Our review of food proces­sors in the high price seg­ment is com­plet­ed by the Ken­wood KVL8300S mod­el from the famous British man­u­fac­tur­er. It was Ken­wood that was the first in the world to pro­duce a kitchen machine with a lift­ing motor block. The design has not been patent­ed, so many man­u­fac­tur­ers copy it and release their mod­els based on it. Along with the unique design, inno­va­tions such as sep­a­rate gear­box­es with dif­fer­ent rota­tion­al speeds for addi­tion­al noz­zles were intro­duced.

This mod­el will delight you with its high per­for­mance and effi­cien­cy. The com­bine is equipped with a 1700 W motor, which allows it to cope with any kitchen process­es. A dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of the har­vester is a met­al body, met­al gears of the trans­mis­sion unit and a spe­cial sys­tem of vibra­tion dampers, which guar­an­tees a long ser­vice life with a low noise lev­el.

The pack­age includes 5 dough noz­zles, includ­ing a steel hook, a whisk, a brand­ed K‑shaped noz­zle, as well as two nov­el­ties — a noz­zle with sil­i­cone sides and a noz­zle for aer­at­ing mix­tures.

Also in the kitchen machine there is one use­ful option — this is the illu­mi­na­tion of the bowl, which allows you to visu­al­ly con­trol the process of knead­ing or whip­ping. The back­light but­ton is locat­ed on the top of the case. The bowl itself is made of pol­ished stain­less steel and has an impres­sive vol­ume of 6.7 liters.

Man­age­ment is car­ried out by a rotary han­dle with smooth switch­ing of speeds. The man­u­fac­tur­er offers more than 20 dif­fer­ent noz­zles that can be equipped with this mod­el.

The machine is made in Chi­na, and the offi­cial war­ran­ty for it is 2 years.

Accord­ing to reviews from the online resource otziv-otziv.ru, all equip­ment own­ers speak only pos­i­tive­ly, not­ing the qual­i­ty, reli­a­bil­i­ty, prac­ti­cal­i­ty and the ide­al end result (cor­rect knead­ing of dough, uni­form mix­ing, uni­form tex­ture of creams, etc.). Users have not iden­ti­fied crit­i­cal short­com­ings.

Pow­er, high per­for­mance, uncom­pro­mis­ing qual­i­ty and reli­a­bil­i­ty, as well as func­tion­al­i­ty and prac­ti­cal­i­ty have allowed Ken­wood KVL8300S to become one of the lead­ers among kitchen machines in the expen­sive price seg­ment.

Advantages

  • Pow­er­ful 1700W motor.
  • Big bowl from a stain­less steel on 6.7 l.
  • Bowl light­ing.
  • 5 noz­zles includ­ed and more than 20 option­al.
  • Key struc­tur­al ele­ments are made of met­al.

Flaws

  • The high cost of the com­bine and addi­tion­al com­po­nents.


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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.

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