This grey 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.
Grey 'Chef' flexible beater AT502 is rated
4.3 out of
Rated 5 out of
Game changerFor someone doing a lot of baking this product saves you so much time, it's slick & clean, so glad I bought it!
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of
The AT502 flexi beater kitThe AT502 flexi beater is a kit complete with plastic holder, a gray rubber blade and a spare black one.
You get 2 drive shafts, one to fit older mixers with cir-clip fixing, and one for current models. Also supplied is a spanner for adjustments, and an instruction book. I bought this for my old A907D major. Its good you can still buy spare parts after 25 years.
I have used it to cream cake mixes and will even make small quantities of butter icing, down to 75grams of butter without having to stop mixing and scrape down the bowl . Overall the beater works well and is well made. I would recommend it for mixing soft ingredients.
NB This beater is only suitable for Kenwood Major mixers.
Date published: 2015-12-13
Rated 3 out of
This does not fit all machines as stated on line.This sounds great but it does not fit my Kenwood classic. Very dis appointed.
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