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Take your kitchen to the next level of efficiency with this incredible food processor from Kenwood! With a ... See full description.
  • 3.0 litre
  • 8

Product Information

product description

Take your kitchen to the next level of efficiency with this incredible food processor from Kenwood! With a vast multitude of functions, the FP920 Multi-Pro Food Processor is a product you’ll be able to get brilliant use out of, and is one that will make your life a little easier!

With 12 included attachments the FP 920 Multi-Pro Food Processor is able to tackle almost any kitchen task with ease. Create all kinds of beautiful dishes and let your creative side go wild – with so many options the sky’s the limit with the FP-920 Multi-Pro Food Processor! 8 speed settings mean that there will always be one perfect for the type of task you need to do, and an added pulse function lets you give an extra burst of power when it’s needed.

A full safety interlock ensures your security when the FP920 Multi-Pro Food Processor is in use, and with integrated handles you can minimize spillages and accidental dropping! The easy clean design means you won’t have to spend hours slaving after the meal is eaten, and with more features to discover, the FP920 Multi-Pro Food Processor is an excellent tool for any level of chef!

product specification
Capacity in litres 3.0 litre
Speed Settings 8
Wattage 1000
Mixer Unit in Hand Blender not applicable
Cordless not applicable
Number of Speed Settings Variable Speed
Volume of Bowl in Litres 3
Bowl Material Glass
Hand Mixer with Hand Blender Foot not applicable
Power (W) 1000W
Liquidiser Attachments Yes
Detachable Foot for Hand Blender not applicable
Liquidiser with Tap not applicable
Mini Chopper Included not applicable
Handmixer Stand not applicable
Release date 1 Mar 2005