KitchenAid has unveiled several new additions to its premium Artisan kitchen appliance range, including its first ever kettle and a cordless hand blender.
It has also redesigned its food processor to include an innovative new feature.
If you’re looking for a food processor, visit our food processor reviews to find a Best Buy.
New KitchenAid Artisan kettle and toaster
The new KitchenAid Artisan 1.5l kettle (£119) has adjustable temperature control from 50-100 degrees and a temperature gauge that shows you the exact temperature of the water as it boils.
Which? kettles expert Matt Clear said: ‘KitchenAid claims that this new kettle will boil ‘in record time’ – we’ll find out exactly how it compares with other kettles when we fully test it at our labs.’
UPDATE: You can find out our first impressions of this kettle by reading the KitchenAid Artisan kettle first look review
The KitchenAid Artisan Toaster, in 2 or 4-slice options (£169/£269), claims to offer the ‘ultimate toasting experience’.
It senses when toast is placed in the toaster and raises and lowers the toast automatically. It also has a keep-warm function, bagel setting and toasted sandwich accessory.
UPDATE: We reveal our first impressions of this hi-tech toaster in our KitchenAid Artisan toaster review
Re-vamped KitchenAid Artisan food processor
KitchenAid’s new Artisan 4l food processor (£389) has an innovative slicing system that allows you to adjust the thickness of the slices you are creating mid-slice, without having to change the blades or even turn the food processor off.
Also new is the KitchenAid Artisan cordless hand blender (£139), which KitchenAid says is a ‘busy cook’s dream’. This allows for greater freedom of movement when preparing food thanks to its cordless technology.
UPDATE: Find out what our initial impressions of this food processor were in our KitchenAid Artisan 4l food processor review.
Which? reveals first impressions of the new KitchenAid products
KitchenAid claims its products offer reliability, outstanding quality and superior results. Find out what our researchers thought of these products when they took them home by following the links above.
We’ll be fully testing these products later this year, so make sure you check back for the official Which? verdict.
The new kettle and toaster are available in John Lewis in a selection of six colours and the food processor and cordless hand blender will be available shortly.
- Find the top choppers in our food processor reviews
- For cheaper alternatives, see our toaster reviews
- Seen it on TV? Read our review of the KitchenAid stand mixer