- Fold, mix, whisk and knead with the Kenwood HM225 hand mixer, featuring three speed settings, a 150W motor and an advanced cooling system. The Kenwood handheld mixer comes in a stylish silver finish. Insert this handheld mixer's beaters or kneaders, plug the Kenwood into a socket and push the speed switch forward with your thumb. The Kenwood's moulded handle is comfortable to hold as you mix and knead ingredients to their optimal consistency. Once finished, return the speed switch to the off position, lift the beaters out of the bowl and unplug the Kenwood at the socket. A beater-release push button ejects beaters or mixers in one swift motion. Use the hand mixer's twin beaters to mix and whisk cake mixes. Two kneaders are used to fold and knead dough. The Kenwood is 19cm wide by 8cm deep and 13.5cm high, for easy manoeuvring, and weighs 0.75kg, for effortless operation. A safety-interlock system keeps beaters and kneaders locked in place whilst in use. Keep the Kenwood's cord safe and in pristine condition with wrap-around cord-storage functionality. The Kenwood hand mixer comes with dishwasher-safe parts. The mixer features an advanced cooling system for an energy-efficient motor.
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