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BookcaseFullofBooks Wed 08-Dec-10 20:44:14

I'm on the lookout for a good quality food mixer but can't afford Kitchenaid prices.
The last mixer I had turned out to have plastic gears and after using it four times, the bowl would no longer turn.
Can anyone recommend a mixer that will last me for lots of cakes but not cost a fortune?

knottyhair Thu 09-Dec-10 11:17:35

I use a Kenwood Chef (the classic white one?) which is about £150 - just looked on Amazon and they've got them for £140. I've had it about 6 years and it still works perfectly.

midnightexpress Thu 09-Dec-10 11:23:19

Love my Kenwood Chef too. I think they do a sort of mini version now which is cheaper than the Classic chef.

BookcaseFullofBooks Thu 09-Dec-10 20:41:18

Lovely, thank you

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