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Kenwood MultiPro Home 1000W Food Processor FDP641WH $129 at JB Hi-Fi ($119 + $20 Credit at The Good Guys)

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According to Price Hipster, Kenwood MultiPro Home 1000W Food Processor FDP641WH is on sale for $129 at JB Hi-Fi, a saving of 28% and its lowest ever price.

But this is not good enough for OzBargain, so we are going to get some money back. The Good Guys is selling the same product for $179, so first place an online Click & Collect order to get your $20 store credit. Next we make a claim against The Good Guys' 30-day 120% price guarantee to receive $60 back in EFTPOS card or store credit.

TGG's price guarantee claim page asks you take a screen capture of the competitor's advertised price. Here is a copy I prepared earlier.

Product home page on Kenwood

Disclaimer

JB may run out of stock before you complete a claim for the price difference. If you can forgo the $20 C&C store credit, a surer bet is to check stock level at JB immediately before buying the food processor in-store at TGG. JB stock level checker is available on its web page above the "Add to Cart" button.


Cost breakdown

Pay The Good Guys: $179
Receive store credit: $20
Receive 120% of the price difference ($179-$129=$50): $50 x 120% = $60
Final telly: pay $119 to get food processor and $20 store credit

Related Stores

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  • +1 vote

    Anyone knows the quality etc just for normal house use?
    I was about to buy this yesterday at TGG ebay but didn't know how good it is.

    +1 for such an effort.

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      Choice magazine did a review, but my subscription expired so I can't read it. Try your local library or perhaps an OzBargainer can help?

      • +2 votes

        Out of the 23 food processors reviewed by Choice in July 2017, this one came in 23rd place, however it still had a total score of 72%.
        Broken down, that score consisted of…
        Performance score 76%, Ease of use score 65%, Slicing carrots score 90%, Chopping breadcrumbs 70%, Shredding cheese score 80%, Shortcrust pastry 90% and Emulsifying mayonnaise score 50%

        From the review…
        Good points
        • Good overall.
        • Good for performance.
        • Excellent for blending soup in blender attachment.
        • Maximum capacity disc supplied.
        • Reversible blades.
        • Relatively light weight unit.
        • Comprehensive instructions with guides.
        Bad points
        • Only OK for ease of use.
        • No separate storage for attachments.
        • Possible hand access through large chute.
        • Difficult to grip control dial when using pulse function.
        • Labelling only OK, slightly small.
        • Unit can move on bench when processing at high speed.
        • Bulky parts, some parts are fiddly to clean with cracks and crevices.
        • Bowl is not sealed, overfilling can cause spilling into unit.
        • Processor blade performs better than the dough blade for pastry.
        • No ON indicator light.
        • Very noisy during processing.
        • Separate spindle needs to be inserted into base of unit first then processing bowl over top, annoying if not put in place before the bowl.

        So overall, there are better options in the same price range, according to the review…
        Russell Hobbs RHMP750 Multi-Processor - 84% & recommended
        Philips Viva Collection Food Processor HR7762/90 - 84% and recommended

  • +2 votes

    such effort..:)

  • +4 votes

    I would rather buy at JB Hifi using the 15% off gift cards making it $109.65, but that's up to you!
    Much safer and saves you the hassle.

    Also, I believe the 120% back is in store credit which is not as good as cash.

    Tempted to buy this though. Anyone have any experience with this food processor?

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    Claims less than $50 will only be paid as store credit

    This claim is for $60 which can be paid as an EFTPOS card or as store credit.

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    It the busiest time of the year for retail, I guess if you're will to wait half an hour to pay for it. Its worth it lol

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      Please note everything occur online except for goods collection. There is no waiting to pay or to claim price guarantee.

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