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Kenwood Chef XL Titanium Food Mixer KVL8300S - $776 Delivered @ Appliances Online

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Kenwood Chef XL Titanium Food Mixer KVL8300S

$769 delivered ($789 at Amazon). This is basically the Ferrari of Kenwood Mixers and is $999 at Harvey Norman and The Good Guys.

Amazon Link: https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B07KQCDBZK/ref=ppx_yo_d...

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  • Dammmmm!

    That price is outstanding!

  • This unit is a beast. Worth the money imho.

  • 1700w, what a beast!

  • Surely the Ferrari would be the Kenwood Cooking Chef Mixer…? https://www.kenwoodworld.com/en-au/products/kitchen-machines...

  • great deal, upvoted
    I'm also looking for a more vanilla food processor for beginner cook, could anyone please recommend me one?

  • I dunno why people pay this much for a mixer. The $450 Kenwood one is sufficient.

    This one looks more Ferrari to me: https://www.appliancesonline.com.au/product/kenwood-kcc9040s...

    • I have one of these XL Titanium. They are on a different planet in terms of build quality and performance to their cheaper brethren. Thats' not to disparage the cheaper units, they have their purpose, but when you've got a super thick batter or dense bread dough that needs kneading, the XL Titaniums don't even break a sweat.

      The fact that they are warranted for 10 Years says it all.

      • I mean titanium verse plastic, fair enough. But Kenwood mixers last for like 15+ years and I've never had trouble with the 1400W motor in the $500 one.

    • I have the cooking chef that you linked…. It's an awesome machine, not similar at all to a kitchen aid or cheaper Kenwood, much more industrial quality.

      Although being an F1 fan, I'm not sure if I'd call it the Ferrari of mixers… 😬

  • Patrick Ryan would love this deal

  • Benefits of this over a Kitchenaid?

    • For this price, it's best to go KA imho.

      • we came from an KA Artisan (the more advanced KA unit) to our current XL Titanium…. there is no contest, the KW bests it on every front, except the iconic shape. The KW doesn't chug when dealing with thick mixes, it actually scrapes the slides of the bowl and it has great built in features, like an LED to actually see your mix better.

      • Kitchenaid is low on watts, not a strong motor. Not ideal for pizza/bread dough making.

        • Thanks for your review. Despite it's low watts as you say, have you tested it against another mixer?

          • @nuguns17: Yup I have. My ex had a kitchenaid, it was fine for cakes, muffins and meringue. But when we tried to make bread with the dough hook, it just couldn’t mix well.

            Then I wondered why that happened with the kitchenaid and not with my mum’s kenwood. The kenwood is powerful, the kitchenaid is aesthetically pleasing. Take your pick.

      • I'd definitely go with the Kenwood. I have a Kitchenaid Artisan and it struggles to keep up with my Mum's ageing, plastic Kenwood. The Artisan visibly and audibly struggles if the mixture isn't light. The Kenwood sits more stably on the bench and its design makes it easier to clean.

    • Stuff Kitchen Aid. This has a way mroe powerful motor.

    • This one is far higher quality and more powerful than the artisan

      Our kitchenaid gave up after struggling with dough mixing and the kenwood xl is a huge upgrade

      Also note the xl sense and xl elite are pretty much the same as this just not titanium

  • Might be a silly question but is the material actually titanium? I've had a few issues with bike parts where I try to buy lightweight titanium stuff and dodgy sellers counter that they just meant the colour is titanium.

    • If it we're actually Titanium, it'd be a $10,000 mixer.
      The important bits are stainless steel or some sort of alloy, the rest is a combo of plastic and metal.

    • It is but look how thin it is. lol

      Most likely titanium alloyed too.

      A tiny titanium hip joint is like $10,000, because it's moulded out differently and medical red tape costs added onto it.

  • Does anyone know if TGG/HN would price match AppliancesOnline?

    • I had them price match a mixer from Appliances Online about six months ago.

      Called them up and they happily did it over the phone.

      Turned up and picked it up from the front counter with the price already adjusted. No hassles.

      Worked out even better cause the mixer had a factory rebate and AO wasn't included in it

  • This thing is built like a tank

  • Just bought a Chef Xl, very happy with the mixer.

  • how does the Kenwood Titanium compare to Kitchenaid Pro Line 6.9L?

    https://kitchenaid.com.au/products/6-9l-pro-line-mixer-ksm75...

  • 20 odd years ago I bought a Kenwood mixer for my wife At the time it seemed like a lot of money. Has been an unkillable workhorse - highly recommended! Clearly they back their product with a decade long warrranty period!

  • It's pretty much like the white goods built 16 or 17 years go. They're fantastic quality. I have a Hoover washing machine bought 17 years ago, and it's still going strong.

  • Kenwood Chef XL Stand Mixer KVL4100S @ $499 from GG, what's the difference?

  • Even this KVL6100T model can handle 1.5kg bread dough without problems.

  • I don't have that much kitchen storage space. Any suggestions for the best compact mixer ?

  • I actually spotted this yesterday morning before the post. Very tempted to buy one but I would prefer the KVL6300S at the previous lowest prices of $450 - $500.

    $769 is an overkill for us but it's much better value than KVL6300S at around $600. I think I will wait for the Christmas sales. Not long to go now.

  • How is this different to https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/495678
    And why did that post not get much love?

    • COVID-19 has brought out the inner baker in all of us.

    • shrugs….that was pre covid

      my hunch tells me now since everyone stuck at home
      the perceived usage/requirement for them is higher so the love for these deals are higher

      coffee and coffee machines seem to get a lot more love than pre covid

    • my impulse is not killed after seeing that price. thank you.

  • I do need a mixer but am torn on whether I should spend $769 for a mixer or wait for one of the cheaper KW models to go on sale as I'm definitely no pro in the kitchen.

  • I bought one yesterday and it just arrived dead on arrival :(

    Super quick delivery and thankfully Kenwood troubleshooting support and Appliances Online were both really good and I've got a swap over coming on Monday but still a bit disappointing given the reviews and reputation.

    Will update on Monday with how it goes!

    • Update for the lurkers - new unit was delivered today as promised and it works fine.

      Fingers crossed it stays that way!

  • I bought one yesterday night and it arrive midday today. Awesome service they have. Haven’t opened it though.

  • Was contemplating between this and the little brother https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B073PGSL64/ref=emc_b_5_t
    Ended up buying this one and I bought it through Amazon. Hoping that the warranty and claims would be as easy as other local stores.
    Actually, I'm hoping that I don't need to claim ever

  • I am seeing $809 at both place. Am I missing something?

  • I chatted to them and they gave me the lower price. So jump on the online chat if anyone still looking for that price.