Is The Kenwood FPM810 Multi-Pro Sense Food Processor The High-End Versatile Machine Buyers Expect?
The specification for the Kenwood FPM810 Food Processor lists a range of quirky, unique features that ensure that this model stands out from the crowd but also gives the sense that it will be a user-friendly, capable machine.
These features include the eco-friendly shut-off, the way the small, secondary bowl sits within the larger one and the built-in weighing scales.
Kenwood invite buyers to “enjoy a more versatile range of foods with this food processor”: is this being achieved or do buyers wish there was a little more on offer here?
What benefits have buyers enjoyed with this Kenwood FPM810?
There are many buyers that compliment this Kenwood FPM810 Multi-Pro Sense with Scales for its high-end feel and this can be seen in a number of different ways.
The power and the range of attachments are possibly the most obvious examples to new users because buyers really appreciate the capability of the 1000w motor and the increased versatility provided by the folding tool, dual whisk and fruit tool – even though there is some disappointment about the lack of grinder.
The other advantage here is the use of the heat resistant 1.6L blender because not only does it protect the temperature of the food and feel well made, it is an improvement on previous models.
This adaptation suggests that Kenwood have been careful to meet user needs and considered the machine from different angles and this is backed up by the fact that it is so easy to use, can be easily cleaned after use – mostly in the dishwasher – and also has a sense of style in the use of chrome.
What problems have buyers experienced with this Kenwood FPM810 Food Processor?
Despite all this talk about the machine being very user-friendly and well-designed, there are a few factors that lower its overall score slightly. In some cases this is simply users being a little picky but, considering the cost and the quality seen elsewhere, the points are still worth keeping in mind.
The best example of this is the weight of the machine, the sturdy feel and the high quality materials contribute to this but it is still too heavy for some users. Additionally, the machine can get quite noisy and not all of the attachments fit into the caddy – although buyers agree it is still a nice touch.
Summary: do these minor flaws effect the recommendation for this Kenwood FPM810 Multi-pro Sense Food Processor?
The scale of the problems mentioned in user reviews means that it is very difficult not to still recommend this model for purchase. The noise and storage issue could be a bit of a nuisance for some prospective buyers but most should be able to overlook them fairly easily because of all the other advantages that are offered.
In many ways, this Kenwood food processor is seen as an improvement on previous models and if you are looking for something that is strong and powerful enough to offer an effective, versatile performance, but also helpful enough to be of use in the average kitchen, it could be a great choice.