This black beater from Kenwood is flexible to fit the curve of your mixing bowl, so beats and creams ingredients more easily and leaves less work for you. It can beat ingredients more efficiently than most beaters, will fit any kitchen machines and is also heat resistant.
Model number: AT502
Creams the ingredients together, scraping right to the edge of the bowl
Suitable for use with all Major Kitchen Machines
Heat resistant for Cooking Chef
Flexible wings fit the contours of the bowl perfectly mixing in the bowl ingredients
Reduces the need to stop the machine, lift the head and scrape the bowl mix down with a spatula
Beats and creams soft ingredients together more effectively and faster than the traditional K beater
KenwoodGrey 'Chef AWAT501' flexi beaterNow
Rated 5 out of 5Â by 4
Rated 5 out of 5Â by pollyp Great Buy
Very useful addition to my new KENWOOD CHEF equipment. Produced lovely light cupcakes, will be baking again soon with my new toys!!!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer Beats the k beater!
After many years of disappointing results with my k beater ( it never seems to get all the mixture off the sides) Kenwood have finally come up with a good design
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Hugelyspots Brilliant
What more can I say product excellent did exactly as required also ordering, delivery service pain free, timely............ couldn't be happier
Rated 5 out of 5Â by debbiedoo good purchase
this was a last resort as my machine is not a kenwood but a cookworks signiture and it does fit .saved me throwing my machine away because there was nothing else wrong with it
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