De’Longhi Launches Turbocharged Mixer

Motor produces twice the force of ordinary stand mixers
Posted on December 17, 2015 by David Gill

KenwoodKitchenMachineThe Kenwood Kitchen Machine
UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J.-De’Longhi Group NA has debuted the Kenwood Kitchen Machine, a turbocharged version of the traditional stand mixer.

The Kitchen Machine is designed with a motor with up to 800 watts of power, which produces twice the force of ordinary stand mixers to handle heavy dough loads, according to a De’Longhi statement. Its Dual Motor Ventilation feature prevents overheating, extending the motor’s life. Due to the powerful motor and additional ventilation points, the Kitchen Machine can mix for longer periods of time without needing to cool down or to stop between mixing loads, the statement said.

The Kitchen Machine comes with three stainless steel bowl tools, a bowl capacity of up to seven quarts, dough capacity of up to 11 pounds, cake capacity of up to 10 pounds and egg white capacity of up to 16. It also has four built-in speed hubs which allow for adding a variety of attachments, including a pasta maker and cutter, meat grinder, blender, food processor and ice cream maker.

The Kenwood Kitchen Machine is available in Chef and Chef Major models priced at $499.95 and $649.95, respectively.


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