Kenwood CH180A review
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- Mini chopper
With just a 0.35-litre capacity, the Kenwood CH180A is small even for a mini chopper, but it's the ideal size for quickly chopping an onion or a handful of nuts, and it's cheap too. It's been a kitchen classic for over a decade, so we've retested it to see if it can hold its own against newer rivals. Read our full review to find out if it can chop and slice like the best.
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