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Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SLKenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SLKenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SLKenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL
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Kenwood Kitchen Machine 1000W KHC29.W0SL

AED 1013.00(Inc. VAT)

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highlights
  • Blender: Glass
  • Bowl Attachment Outlet: Yes
  • Citrus Press: Yes
  • Continuous Juicer: Plastic
  • Dough Hook: Yes
  • Food Processor: Yes
  • K-Beater: Yes
  • Multi Food Grinder: Yes
  • Mill: Glass
  • High Speed Outlet: Yes
  • Medium Speed Outlet: Yes
  • Body Material: Plastic
  • Bowl Material: Brushed stainless steel
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Technical details

Power

1000

Technical details

Power

1000

DESCRIPTION

Kenwood Corporation was a Japanese company that designed, developed, and marketed a range of car audio, hi-fi home and personal audio, professional two-way radio communications equipment, and amateur radio equipment. Since October 2011, Kenwood survives as the brand of JVC Kenwood Corporation. The company was established in 1946 as the Kasuga Radio Co. Ltd. in Komagane City, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. In 1960, the company was renamed Trio Corporation. In 1963, the first overseas office was founded in Los Angeles County, California, USA. In the early 1960s, Trio's products were rebranded by the Lafayette Radio Company, with a focus on citizens' band radio. A&A Trading Co. was an importer of Japanese-made electronics for RadioShack, and a bilingual Japanese-speaking manager from A&A, William "Bill" Kasuga, partnered with George Aratani and Yoichi Nakase to establish a company that would be the exclusive importer of Trio products.