Blender and Mixer Spares

panasonic bread maker spare, panasonic bread maker spare parts, bread maker sparesThe blender and mixer spares for your microwave are vital parts of your cooking equipment. Trendy additions from kitchenwareonline include several from the Kenwood range, all ideal for the committed microwave user.

Blender and mixer spares include the spatulas, and mixing bowls that accompany them. The bowls are of a strong and flexible material, Kenlyte. The two handles and pouring lip make it easy to use and the special contouring ensure proper mixing for all ingredients.

The beaters are either stainless steel or aluminum and have bayonet fittings so you need to make sure, and check with your own device to make sure it is the type you need. Whisks and dough-hooks are also both aluminum and stainless steel and are bayonet-fitted.

Kitchenwareonline offers spare pairs of beaters for hand mixers, notably the Kenwood HM220 and 230; please click here to have a look. They come as a pair and have a clip grip.

Kenwood has a large range of rubber sealing ring spares for the bowl blender bases which invariably come in packs of three.  They are the three-ridged type, 5 mm thick. The other main spare sealing ring is for the lid, is a flat type 3 mm thick and also comes in packs of three.

Kenwood’s range of blender and mixer spares maintain the motto of “right part-right price-right now.”

Please click here to have a look through our stock of blender and mixer spares.

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About microwaveexpert

The Microwave Service Company is based in Sellindge, Kent and provides repairs to Domestic and Commercial Microwave Ovens including 24 volt Samsung Roadmate microwaves.
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