Christmas deal of the week: save over £85 on this Kenwood mixerGet 22% off this Kenwood food processor
21 December 2012
Need a last-minute Christmas gift for a keen baker? We have found this Kenwood kMix food processor reduced by just over £85 at Amazon.
Reduced from £379.99 and now £294.95, this Kenwood kMix KMX51 food processor has a striking retro design - making it a stylish gift for a cooking enthusiast.
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Deal of the week
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