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Breville Kitchen Wizz Pro BFP800 Food Processor
The Big Mouth Food Processor With Finer, More Even Slicing All food comes in different shapes and sizes. So how do you… more info
Sunbeam LC9000 Food Processor
1400W motor 2L capacity bowl 14cm wide chute Second smaller bowl Auto pulse On-board storage draw Die case construction… more info
KitchenAid KFP1333 Food Processors
Featuring the revolutionary ExactSlice ™ system, this ingenious kitchen companion allows you to easily switch from… more info
KitchenAid KFC3511 Food Processor
Specifications Capacity: 3.5 Cup/800ml Power: 240W Ideal for chopping vegetables, herbs and nuts Perfect for making… more info
Kenwood Mini Food Processor
A beautifully designed Chopper with a metal body, perfect for the quick preparation of herbs, nuts, dips, ice-crushing… more info
Magimix 4200XL Food Processor
Magimix creates high quality domestic appliances based on appliances designed for professional use. Their priorities… more info
Breville ikon Kitchen Wizz BFP650 Food Processor
Four Blades Instead of Two For Faster Processing Four blades on two separate cutting planes, positioned at 90 degree… more info
Sunbeam MX8500 Food Processor
12 speed settings and a powerful 500 watt motor Two stainless steel mixing bowls - 4.2 litre and 2.1 litre Bowl… more info
Kenwood FPM810 Food Processor
Dual drive In bowl drive Eco mode 1.6L Blender Auto variable speed control Built in scales Safety interlock 3.5L Bowl… more info
Kenwood FPM270 Food Processor
Bowl size: 2.1L Speed: 2 + Pulse Stainless steel knife blade:Yes Wattage: 750W Weight: 4.06Kg more info
Sunbeam FC7500 Processor
The Sunbeam MultiChopper food processor has been designed to help you process ingredients, create tasty dressings, dips… more info
Magimix 3200XL Food Processor
Ideal for the average family, a space saving and versatile food processor with all the functions you need every day in… more info
Magimix 5200XL Food Processor
Consider the needs of your kitchen when choosing a Magimix food processor. Models differ primarily in size, not in… more info
Kenwood FP950 Food Processor
Powerful 1000 watt motor Built-in add ‘n’ weigh illuminated digital scale Dual speed drive system Die-cast zinc body… more info
Russell Hobbs RHMFP1 Processor
Key Features 400 Watts 1.5 litre glass bowl Twin set blade system One touch operation Feed chute for adding… more info
Sunbeam LC5000 Food Processor
1000W motor 2L bowl capacity 2 speeds plus pulse Safety locking system Two food pushers Accessory storage in bowl … more info
KitchenAid Artisan KFPM770 Food Processor
The essential culinary tool that gives you everything you need to expand your creativity the Artisan Food Processor.… more info
Cuisinart DLC-2A Food Processor
MINI PREP PROCESSOR - Silver Grey with Handle - Chop or Grind at the touch of a button - 700ml work bowl with handle -… more info
Tefal MB810 Food Processor
Features Slicing, grating and dicing in a compact design 260W Motor Turbo feature 5 Large drums for food preparation… more info
Tefal La Moulinette MF700 Food Processor
Powerful 1000W motor Contemporary ruby red design Large capacity 330g/250ml bowl Chops herbs, garlic, onions, nuts &… more info
Kambrook KFP100 Dual Food Processor
The Dual Food Processor with 850W Power Drive for high perfomance food processing and blending comes with 5 stainless… more info
Sunbeam MultiProcessor Plus LC6950 Food Processor
Contemporary design 850w motor 10 speeds plus ‘Pulse’ Processing bowl capacity – 1.75L liquids/1.5kg solids Blender… more info
Kambrook KFP60 Food Processor
Hand held food processor with 4 stainless steel colour coded discs for slicing, shredding, mashing and grating. Light… more info
Kambrook KFP400 Food Processor
550W direct drive motor 1.5 litre processing bowl 'On' and 'Pulse' button for short bursts Stainless steel processing… more info
Sunbeam LC6000 Food Processors
Combining a processor with a jug blender, this new marvel from Sunbeam has a 1,000-watt, direct drive motor and comes… more info
Sunbeam Oskar Mini LC3200 Processor
The Oskar™ Mini will make light work of food processing tasks. With a 600 watt motor and a 3 cup processing capacity,… more info
Philips HR7762/90 Food Processor
Features 2 Speeds and pulse Safety lid & bowl detection Easy to assemble Stainless steel discs Break resistant jar… more info
Philips HR776100 Food Processors
This Philips Food Processor has a 3 in 1 compact set-up with a 2.1 L bowl, blender and grinder mill. It also has 5… more info
Philips Jamie Oliver HR7782/00 Food Processor
Design Specifications: - Disks, chopping blade: Stainless steel - Function buttons: Pulse - Housing: ABS - Kneading… more info
Cuisinart SPB-600 Food Processor
Cuisinart SmartPower Deluxe die-cast blender Powerful 600-watt motor crushes ice at any speed 1.5L Glass blender jar… more info
Magimix Le Micro Food Processor
Magimix's new mini chopper has been thoroughly tested with various herbs, spices, nuts, fruit, vegetables, fish and… more info
Cuisinart BFP-603A Food Processor
Cuisinart SmartPower Duet Deluxe Food processor and blender Great for smoothies! 3-cup capacity work bowl Cover… more info
Bosch MUM52120 Food Processor
Product features Colour White / anthracite Features Multi-Motion-Drive Multifunction arm with special gearing… more info
Bosch MCM4200AU Food Processors
Features: Stepless speed setting, pulse function, LED lighting Safety locking on bowl lid and blender lid Integrated… more info
Kenwood FP920 Food Processor
Powerful 900 watt motor High quality brushed metal body and brushed stainless push controls 3.0 litre capacity,… more info
Sunbeam LC7900 Food Processor
1100W motor 2L bowl capacity Wide chute Start/Stop plus pulse Direct Drive motor On-board storage Safety locking… more info
Kambrook KBL600 Food Processors
Specifications Model Code KBL600 Brand Kambrook Colour Stainless Steel Capacity 1.6 L more info
Kenwood FP270 Food Processor
With all the features of the compact multi pro, this is a stylish, space saving and functional food processor.… more info
Kenwood CH250 Food Processors
Powerful 500W motor, Stainless steel quad blades, 0.5Lt capacity Specifications Model Code CH250 Brand Kenwood more info
Kambrook KFP40 Food Processor
1L glass bowl Stainless steel blades One touch, instant processing Soft grip panels for easy handling Extra plastic lid… more info
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