Written by Iris

KitchenAid vs Kenwood stand mixers

KitchenAid and Kenwood are two big brands when talking about kitchen mixers. Both brands have been marketing high-quality kitchen mixers for years. This does not necessarily make it easier to choose between a KitchenAid or Kenwood. To help you with this, we have listed the most important differences.

Powerful engine

Black KitchenAid stand mixer

The power of a KitchenAid

A KitchenAid kitchen mixer needs less power to give a lot of power. This is because the motor drives the attachments directly, without loss of force. Are you looking for an extra powerful KitchenAid with which you want to know heavy dough types, such as bread dough? Then with a KitchenAid of 300 watts, you're already in a good position.

  • Direct drive
Mixing bowl, balloon whisk, apple pie

The power of a Kenwood

Kenwood kitchen mixers have a powerful engine just like KitchenAid kitchen mixers. The engine drives the attachments indirectly, so the kitchen mixer will need more power to provide a lot of power. Are you looking for a Kenwood with a lot of power, then you choose a model with at least 1000 watts of power.

  • Indirect drive

Choice of models

Different colors of KitchenAid

KitchenAid models

Kitchenaid pays a lot of attention to the design of the kitchen mixers. These kitchen mixers therefore do not look great on your kitchen counter and you also choose from many different colors. Here is also a price tag. KitchenAid also has a mixer specially designed for the small kitchen; the Artisian Mini mixer. This kitchen mixer takes up a lot less space on your kitchen counter.

  • Solid and solid
  • Beautiful design, available in various colors
  • Mini mixer for the small kitchen
  • Mixers are pricey
Gray Kenwood stand mixer

Kenwood models

Kenwood makes solid and solid kitchen mixers and, like KitchenAid, uses high-quality materials. In comparison to KitchenAid's models, Kenwoord kitchen mixer is a bit lomper in terms of design. Kenwood distinguishes itself from KitchenAid with a unique model with cooking function; the Cooking Chef. This also roasts a piece of meat and you make fresh, hot sauces.

  • Solid and solid
  • Model with cooking function
  • Less attention paid to design

Expansion options

Pasta roller on KitchenAid

Expansion possibilities of a KitchenAid

KitchenAid kitchen mixers have many options for expansion. There are attachments for chopping, cutting and grating of ingredients. With the juicer you press the juice from vegetables and fruit for a clear juice. There are also various pasta attachments for making spaghetti or even ravioli. The kitchen tools from KitchenAid are rather pricey, so you will have to choose which ones you do or do not purchase.

  • Wide selection of attachments
  • Attachments are pricey
Blender on Kenwood

Expansion possibilities of a Kenwood

The expansion possibilities of a Kenwood kitchen mixer are comparable to those of a KitchenAid. The Kenwood attachments are a lot cheaper than those of KitchenAid. This makes it easier to expand your kitchen mixer. Kenwood also has a blender attachment for making smoothies.

  • Wide selection of attachments
  • Also a blender attachment

Conclusion

In terms of quality and strength, the KitchenAid and Kenwood kitchen mixers are close together. The possibilities for expansion are also similar, but there are no big differences to mention. However, the kitchen mixers and attachments from Kenwood are a lot cheaper than those of KitchenAid. KitchenAid, on the other hand, pays more attention to the design of the mixer. This could also be an important consideration, since a kitchen mixer does claim its place on your kitchen counter.

Iris
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