@CogitoErgoSometimes - totally seconded. I think mine was around £130 but it's been brilliant and versatile, and is very durable. (I also have a Kenwood Chef mixer but don't use it nearly as much as the Magimix.)
I asked my DH to look around for a good one for me as it would be my first and I didn't have a clue (he enjoys all the gadget research much more than I do) and we ended up getting a Bosch which was rated a Best Buy by Which magazine (and still is). I read the reviews about it on Amazon and ended up getting it from John Lewis for £85. Does everything the reviews said. X
Hi all, I had an Argos cookworks food processor which was brilliant and cheap but I broke it. At Christmas I got a kenwood one from Tesco without checking reviews (don't know model offhand) but its completely rubbish. Doesn't mix things properly, blades go round but the contents end up on the sides/ bottom unmixed. I therefore need a new one (presume Tesco won't take this one back unboxed and don't know where the receipt is)
By the way, I didn't get another cookworks because the reviews for the latest model aren't great.
Can anyone recommend a good, reasonably priced, food processor? It needs to be a fairly big capacity. I am looking at spending around £50 although if there's a really good one that will last I'm willing to spend more. There doesn't seem to be a clear winner when looking at reviews on amazon and Argos.