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KENWOOD - The Next Generation

KENWOOD - The Next Generation

Media Release 23 September 2014

What hot-blooded cook or baker hasn’t dreamed of a top chef who’s easy on the eye and permanently stationed in the kitchen to whip up beautiful meals every day?!

Presenting the next best thing: the new CHEF Sense from Kenwood. This is the next generation of kitchen machines: breathtakingly elegant with the know-how, power and versatility to help you cook like a top chef.

The KENWOOD CHEF Sense is the evolution of an icon. It brings new intelligent electronic sense control and intuitive touch points for an even more satisfying cooking experience.

Moulding 60 years of food preparation experience, Kenwood has developed a kitchen machine that is both intelligent and user friendly. From attachments that glide on and off to an electronic control dial featuring the new fold function, pulse and variable speed selection for perfect mixing. And, there’s no need to throw out all your old attachments, the CHEF Sense comes with an adaptor that fits all Kenwood attachments - the KENWOOD CHEF just makes sense.

Featuring the third redesign in Kenwood’s history, the CHEF Sense comes in a stylishly new two-toned silver and gloss white design. With its refined, streamlined shape, the CHEF Sense sits beautifully on the bench top, making a real statement in your kitchen.

With over 20 attachments, the KENWOOD CHEF Sense offers complete versatility. Baking enthusiasts will love the pulse and fold functions for total user control, five dedicated bowl tools for all your baking needs, and total planetary mix action for perfect results every time.

For those special occasions when you need to feed a crowd, the KENWOOD CHEF Sense also comes in extra large. The CHEF XL Sense includes a generous 6.7 litre bowl and a 1200-watt motor to handle larger quantities. Both kitchen machines have bowls with graduated measurements, meaning no additional cleaning. Simply measure ingredients straight into the bowl.

One machine and a world of possibility, the KENWOOD CHEF Sense is the ultimate kitchen essential. No kitchen is complete without it.

The KENWOOD CHEF Sense and CHEF XL Sense are available in all leading electrical retailers nationwide from October 2014.



KENWOOD CHEF Sense & XL Sense- Product Features and Benefits

Powerful 1100W or 1200W motor – Maintains speed and power even under heavy loads.

Over 20 available attachments – Tailor your machine to create the ultimate food preparation partner.

Generous 4.6 or 6.7 litre bowl capacities – Stainless steel bowl with graduated measures inside.

5 Bowl tools included – Best for bakers, offering the best in-bowl tools.

Easy-fit splashguard – Easily fitted with head up, down and with tool fitted.

Touch Points – New illuminated control knob and one touch head release.

2 Power Outlets – High speed outlet and new designed slow speed outlet accommodates Twist Fit Attachments.

Total Mix Planetary Action – Gives unparalleled results even on small quantities.

Bonus attachments included: Chef Sense (KVC5020T) Mincer attachment, Chef Sense XL (KVL6020T) Mincer & Thermo resist blender.


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