Prepstar Grey Food Processor
Prepstar is uniquely compact at half the size of a conventional food processor, but with double the capacity! With handy crib cards to guide you through 3 speed settings and additional pulse mode, the 350W motor has the speed and efficiency to power through most ingredients. There are even 3 pre-set modes to make it even easier to Boss the Prep!
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Rated 1 out of 5 by Leanne85 from Broken after 9 months When I first received the product I was reasonably happy with it, it was compact given the large size of the bowl, and it did start hat it was supposed to albeit slightly noisely! My main problem with the item however was very soon it started to get stress fractures on the bowl and just the other day the bowl has completely split,and is now unusable. I only use the product at most twice a month and it hasn't been washed at high temperatures as I don't own a dishwasher, so not very happy at all. I will be returning it as it is within its warranty period back to the shop.
Date published: 2019-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by AlexT from Excellent mixer and great value for money This is a surprisingly great mixer. It might look a bit unusual vs the standard designs but that’ a benefit! The parts all fit neatly within the bowl for storage, there are a range of capabilities as you’d expect from chopping, grating through to mixing, whipping etc. The bowl is really large and has an ergonomic handle, so easy to manoeuvre. The motor just takes a few minutes to work out how to insert but if you can follow symbols it’s pretty obvious. Really delighted with this purchase!
Date published: 2019-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from outstanding i bought this 10 days ago and i am amazed ,this is better than any other model i have used ,fantastic value keep up the good work.
Date published: 2019-10-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by Edie cat from It's gone in the bin Last year my mother bought me one of these for my birthday. I love baking, my old faithful food processor had finally curled up its beaters after 20 years devoted service and it was time to move on. I did my research and opted for this one as it appeared to tick all the boxes. How wrong I was. Firstly, it was not man enough to mix a cake. Trust me, that is not a reflection on my cakes. The mixer would turn twice, become clogged, then over heat and stop. I spent more time coaxing it back into life than actually baking. I stopped using it as it made the whole process too stressful. Secondly, and the most frustrating of all, is that it has obviously been designed with the assumption that everyone has dishwashers. The hours I wasted standing over the sink with a tooth brush trying to get it all clean (bowl included thanks to the ridges on the inside). I would let it dry thoroughly before putting it away (which negates the space saving claim when you have every kitchen worktop filled with it drying for 12 hours). Then, of course, I had to wash it all thoroughly before using it again: incase I had missed some last time (as once highlighted by black specks in my pastry). It had sat in my cupboard for 6 months (funny when you take into consideration that I bake every weekend). I took it out today to make a banana loaf, convincing myself that it hadn't been as bad as I remembered. 2 turns of the mixer and it ground to a halt again. Emptied the contents into a bowl and mixed by hand. I couldn't face the meticulous scrubbing of something that had failed to assist in the production of a single cake in the space of a year, so bagged it up in its entirety and chucked it in the bin. On top of all this, I am now forced to lie to my mother so she doesn't know she wasted her money. So, the bottom line is this: if you want to just use it for grating /shredding veg then this is the gadget for you. If you love baking, look elsewhere.
Date published: 2019-11-03