KitchenAid Mini 3.5 Cup Chopper Empire Red

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Make food preparation a breeze with this KitchenAid Mini 3.5 Cup Chopper. A compact design makes the mini food processor perfect for smaller tasks, while also minimising clean up time. The simple one-touch operation is perfect for quickly dicing veggies or whipping up dressings.
$169.00
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KitchenAid
  • Empire Red

    Colour/Finish
  • 240W

    Wattage
  • Two speeds, Pulse operation

    Speeds

Technical Specs +

Type:
Chopper
Colour/Finish:
Empire Red
Wattage:
240W
Speeds:
Two speeds, Pulse operation
Bowl Capacity/Size:
3.5 Cup BPA Free Work Bowl
Blade Discs:
Stainless Steel Blade
Dishwasher Safe:
Dishwasher safe Work Bowl, Lid and stainless steel blade
Height (mm):
222
Width (mm):
178
Depth (mm):
143
Weight (kg):
1.2
Additional Features:
One-touch operation, Drizzle Basin
Manufacturer's Warranty:
2 Years

Mini 3.5 Cup Chopper Empire Red reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Ease of use
10.0
Design/Build quality
6.5
Effectiveness
9.5
Value for money
7.5
Overall rating
8.5
Scores 8.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
7 out of 10

LEANNE

Channybearup Normal expectations. Yet loves
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Easy to remove all the product from bowl after processing which means little waste.
Cute as a button in appearance, looks great on the bench top, although not hard to find a spot away in the cupboard either...very compact.
No wobble when processing and not overly noisy either.
I like the pulse button located on the lid too, easy to operate and assess the consistency of your cooking at the same time.
Made a pesto and handled fresh herbs, cheeses and nuts perfectly, nothing got hooked around the blades and everything provessed. Perfect for small batches.
Cheaper plastic , not the usual quality I except from Kitchenaid, however offset by the fact that it wasn’t the most expensive food processor and I didn’t want a large processor,
Confirmed purchase: 27 November 2018
Published on: 15 December 2018

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