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Kenwood Mixer: Kenwood Chef Major Titanium Kitchen Machine (7 Qt) - KMM020

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This big brother to the Kenwood Chef Titanium has an increased bowl size and a more powerful motor to produce the same great results in larger quantities. The Kenwood Chef Major Titanium kitchen machine is, at its heart, an 800-watt stand mixer capable of mixing up to 7 quarts of homemade bread dough, cake batter, eggs, whipped cream, or cookie and pastry dough in its integrated stainless-steel bowl. The Kenwood KMM020 also includes a host of attachments and accessories to allow it to perform as a blender for mixing smoothies, for example, and as a food processor for chopping fresh veggies into salsa. The Kenwood Chef's all-metal body and work bowl are designed to provide years of service. Which is why Kenwood backs each of its kitchen machines with a 5-year warranty against defects (domestic use only). This 7-quart Kenwood mixer has 8 mixing speeds and a Pulse function, and includes three different beater blades for maximum versatility. See bullets for more details. Click the Video tab below for a demonstration. Kenwood Major Titanium Kitchen Machine Features : Versatile stand mixer and multipurpose kitchen machine from Kenwood Kitchen Appliances Mixes bread dough, beats egg whites, mashes potatoes, blends smoothies, and chops onions Planetary mixing motion: beaters spin in place while rotating on an axis 7-quart bowl made from stainless steel All-metal body 800W motor 8 mixing speeds Pulse function Includes attachments 4 power hubs for attachments to mount upon Dimensions: 16 x 9.5 x 13.5 Weight: 29 lbs Warranty: 1 year complete coverage, 5 years motor Included Kenwood Major Attachments and Accessories : Food processor (10 cups) Glass blender jar Splash guard Stainless-steel "K" beater Stainless-steel dough hook Power whisk Click to return to the Kenwood Kitchen Appliances index

Product Information

Product Dimensions 16.1 x 9.4 x 13.5 inches
Item Weight 35.7 pounds
Shipping Weight 42.4 pounds
Manufacturer Kenwood
ASIN B000T2MA0C
Item model number KM 020
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4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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Best Sellers Rank #456,157 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#617 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Mixers > Stand Mixers
Date first available at Amazon.com October 21, 2012

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By Katawampas TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 6, 2015
I was a faithful KA mixer owner for years and years. But the Artisan I bought a few years ago is a piece of junk. KA is no longer the machine it used to be. I have an old KA (probably 30 years old) that I got used from a friend of the family that still works like a champ. I use that one in my cabin. My Artisan has been a thorn in my side basically, since I got it. I have been looking for years now for something to replace it. This Kenwood is the ONE!

Yes, it's VERY expensive. But I do a lot of baking & I just want something that will be a joy to use every time. I hope to have this until I die ;). I drove 2 hours from my home to one of the few stores that sell it in my area. I wanted to see/feel it - it was a HUGE investment for me. It was on "sale" - still a lot of money.

I love this machine. It is powerful & I believe/hope sturdy. The paddles are wonderful - not the painted junk that KA is now....Everything about this machine says quality. Mine came with the paddle, whisk & dough hook.

I have been busily baking & using this for almost a month. I tried bread - always a struggle with the Artisan. This one went thru it like magic. I didn't have the struggle with the motor & the dripping of the oil (Yuck!) like my Artisan. I have a friend who owns the 5-quart version & it also works well on bread.

It whips egg whites perfectly. I made an Italian meringue for my French macaron - turned out perfect. It has a bowl shield to add ingredients without a mess. This machine does have slightly less room between the motor & the bowl - my only complaint.

There is only one service center in the US - it's in North Carolina. But, KA's service was NOT good at all....so I don't feel I'm losing ANYTHING.
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I got my Kenwood Major as a gift from my husband in about 2000. I've used it a few times a month since then. Here's what I like about it:

*It's easy to use. No settings. No touch controls. Flip the lock to lift the head up and down and twist the dial for beater speed. That's it. *It's incredibly strong - maybe the biggest motor on the home market, at 800 watts. I haven't found a dough that it can't handle. *The bowl locks in place with an easy twist. *The matte finish looks new after 14 years. I wipe it carefully after each use.

Here's what I'm not so crazy about:

*It's not always easy or intuitive to get the beaters to lock in place. Eventually they do, but it's not obvious how it's done. *The bowl is quite narrow and even with the hinged plastic cover with spout, adding ingredients is an iffy thing. You have to stop the beaters and lift the head to have room to add anything more than an egg or some liquid. *The bowl doesn't have a handle.

The biggest problem I've had is service. It needed repair about 7 years ago and I was fortunate to find a repair place where I could send it. I shipped it on a Monday with a check for $75, and had it back, fixed, on Thursday. That's no longer the case. It's an English marque and their service network is hurting. I need to send it in again and there's now only one place in the entire US that repair them.
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