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Home Food Processors 5 Best Food Processors in the UK - November 2019

5 Best Food Processors in the UK - November 2019

Updated 21 October 2019 by Matthew
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5 best food processors

Which Are the Best Food Processors?

Don't have time to read our analysis of the best food processors? No problem, let's cut to the chase, the best food processors are:


What Food Processor to Buy in November 2019?

Let's take a look at the top 5 food processors currently for sale in the UK, compared side by side:

Best Buy Great Price
Philips Viva Collection HR776101 Kenwood FDP301WH Ninja BL682UK2 KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB Bosch MCM3500MGB
Philips Viva Collection HR776101 Kenwood FDP301WH Ninja BL682UK2 KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB Bosch MCM3500MGB
£54.95 Buy Now
Sonic Direct
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£134.99 Buy Now
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£54.00 Buy Now
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£84.99 Buy Now
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2.1L
CAPACITY
750W
2
SPEED LEVELS
2.1L
CAPACITY
800W
2
SPEED LEVELS
2.1L
CAPACITY
1,500W
1
SPEED LEVEL
0.83L
CAPACITY
240W
2
SPEED LEVELS
2.3L
CAPACITY
800W
£107
OVER 10 YEARS
95
Reviews
617 Reviews
84
Features
Fully-Featured
97
Popularity
Lots of Positive Reviews
85
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Age
2 Years Old
95
Running Costs
£100 Over 10 Years
90
Kagoo Score
Excellent
88
Brand Rating
Excellent Brand
84
Features
Fully-Featured
95
Popularity
Amazon Bestseller
85
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Age
2 Years Old
92
Running Costs
£110 Over 10 Years
89
Kagoo Score
Excellent
97
Reviews
124 Reviews
85
Features
Fully-Featured
96
Popularity
Amazon Bestseller
81
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Age
2 Years Old
88
Kagoo Score
Excellent
96
Reviews
74 Reviews
76
Features
Good Features
93
Popularity
Widely Available
84
Value for Money
Very Good
94
Age
8 Months Old
87
Kagoo Score
Excellent
97
Reviews
4 Reviews
80
Features
Fully-Featured
84
Popularity
Widely Available
83
Value for Money
Very Good
82
Age
3 Years Old
93
Running Costs
£110 Over 10 Years
87
Kagoo Score
Excellent
The highest scoring small food processor around, with a Best Buy award from Which? and a very good spec. Our review analysis indicates that this food processor isreally easy to use, compact but it has bad technical guidance. The best rated food processor under £50, great for small families. Great for small families, this is The best rated food processor under £500. Multiple reviews mentioned that this food processor has very good features and it's very easy to use, and well designed. The highest scoring mini food processor on the market, with a good spec and a low price. Purchasers report that it's an outstanding size and very easy to use, and compact. A classic and very economical to run 2.3L capacity, 800W food processor, very good for small families.
11 Reasons For
One More Speed Level
Emulsifying Disc
Kneading Tool
Dough Tool
Shredding Insert (Fine)
Slicing Insert (Fine)
Dishwasher-Proof Parts
Better Kagoo Score
Cheaper to Run by £7 Over Five Years
One More Award
Has a Better OK Noise Level
9 Reasons For
Two Speed Levels
Emulsifying Disc
Whisk
Parmesan Grater
Mixing Tool
Shredding Insert (Fine)
Slicing Insert (Fine)
Dishwasher-Proof Parts
More Shops Are Selling it
13 Reasons For
Kneading Tool
Dough Tool
Parmesan Grater
Mixing Tool
Shredding Insert (Fine)
Slicing Insert (Fine)
Dishwasher-Proof Parts
Ice Crushing Function
More Popular
Overall Reviews Are Better
Has a Better Design
Easier to Use
More Useful for Lots of Different Types of Food Processing
7 Reasons For
Two Speed Levels
Fine Metal Grinding Disc (4mm)
Mixing Tool
Dishwasher-Proof Parts
More Shops Are Selling it
Newer by 22 Months
Better Overall Reviews
4 Reasons For
Bigger Bowl Capacity
One Year Longer Manufacturer's Guarantee
User Reviews Are a Little Better
Better Brand
12 Reasons Against
Smaller Bowl Capacity
Slower Rotational Speed
£7 More Expensive
Fewer Sellers
Over Two Years Older
One Month Years Shorter Manufacturer's Guarantee
A Lot Lower User Review Score
Lower Overall Review Score
Worse Brand
Less Thoughtfully Designed
Harder to Use
Less Useful for Lots of Different Types of Food Processing
7 Reasons Against
0.2L Smaller Bowl Capacity
Does Not Support Bluetooth
Worse Kagoo Score
Older by Over One Year
Higher Running Costs Over Five Years by £7
Less Popular
Worse Brand
11 Reasons Against
9% Smaller Bowl Capacity
One Less Speed Level
Worse Kagoo Score
£88 More Expensive
Less Retailers
Over One Year Older
One Month Years Shorter Manufacturer's Guarantee
Slightly Lower User Review Score
Less Customers Recommend it
Worse Brand
Has a Worse OK Noise Level
8 Reasons Against
1.47L Smaller Bowl Capacity
Does Not Support Bluetooth
Worse Kagoo Score
More Expensive by £7
Less Popular
User Review Rating is Worse
Less Customers Recommend it
Worse Brand
6 Reasons Against
Worse Kagoo Score
£38 More Expensive
Not As Many Stockists
Over Two Years Older
More Expensive to Run Over Five Years by 7%
Less Popular
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Philips Viva Collection HR776101

£54.95
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Philips Viva Collection HR776101

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Philips Viva Collection HR776101
2.1L
CAPACITY
750W
2
SPEED LEVELS
1,900 RPM
£100
OVER 10 YEARS

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has a Kagoo Score of 90. With a price tag of £54.95 this food processor is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Philips Viva Collection HR776101.

Features We Love:
Power Chop Technology
Dual Drive
Pulse function
Dishwasher-proof parts
Emulsifying disc

The highest scoring small food processor around, with a Best Buy award from Which? and a very good spec. Our review analysis indicates that this food processor isreally easy to use, compact but it has bad technical guidance.

95
Reviews
617 Reviews
84
Features
Fully-Featured
97
Popularity
Lots of Positive Reviews
85
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Age
2 Years Old
95
Running Costs
£100 Over 10 Years
90
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Purchasers report that Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has great user reviews with an average user rating of 84%, based on 616 reviews. Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has received a "Best Buy" award from Which?.

Which? Best Buy
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11 Reasons For for Choosing the Philips Viva Collection HR776101

One More Speed Level

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is a two speed level food processor (as do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB), whereas the Ninja BL682UK2 only has one speed level. More ...

We do not know the number of speed levels on the Bosch MCM3500MGB. It is possible that it does not have any speed levels.

The number of speed levels the food processor is capable of mixing at.

More speeds on your food processor mean that is it more versatile, and can handle ingredients that require slow, gentle mixing as well as those that require fast, vigorous blending.

Emulsifying Disc

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has an emulsifying disc, and so does the Kenwood FDP301WH, but the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Ninja BL682UK2 do not. More ...

An emulsifying disc as an attachment for your food processor that works like a whisk to mix together wet ingredients quickly and efficiently.

An emulsifying disc is a quick and efficient way of making sauces and vinaigrettes such as mayonnaise or salad dressing.

Kneading Tool

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has a kneading tool, and so does the Ninja BL682UK2, whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Kenwood FDP301WH and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not. More ...

'Kneading Tool' denotes whether the food processor comes with a set of dough hooks included.

Dough hooks make kneading bread dough far easier and less time-consuming.

Dough Tool

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has a dough tool (as does the Ninja BL682UK2), however the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Kenwood FDP301WH and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not have this feature. More ...

'Dough Tool' denotes whether the food processor comes with a set of dough hooks included.

Dough hooks make kneading bread dough far easier and less time-consuming.

Shredding Insert (Fine)

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has a shredding insert (fine), and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Ninja BL682UK2, whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not. More ...

A shredding insert for your food processor is a special plate that is specially designed to finely shred ingredients such as cabbage and lettuce, as well as anything that needs reducing to fine parts.

A shredding insert is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it. You push food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is shredded into small bits, which then fall down into the main bowl.

Slicing Insert (Fine)

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has a slicing insert (fine) (as do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Ninja BL682UK2), whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not have this feature. More ...

A slicing insert is an attachment for the food processor that is designed to finely slice foods such as carrots, cheese or fruits.

A slicing insert is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it. You push food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is sliced into fine slices, which then fall down into the main bowl.

Dishwasher-Proof Parts

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has a dishwasher-proof parts, and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Ninja BL682UK2, whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB does not. More ...

'Dishwasher-Proof Parts' denotes whether the food processor has attachments and parts that are safe to clean using a dishwasher.

Dishwasher-proof attachments make cleaning the appliance post-cooking far easier.

Better Kagoo Score

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has received a Kagoo Score of 90, whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB scored 87, the Kenwood FDP301WH scored 89, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB scored 87 and the Ninja BL682UK2 scored 88.

Cheaper to Run by £7 Over Five Years

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 only costs £100 to run over five years however the Bosch MCM3500MGB costs £107 to run (7% more) and the Kenwood FDP301WH costs £107 to run (7% more). More ...

One More Award

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has received 1 award, but the Bosch MCM3500MGB has received no awards, the Kenwood FDP301WH has received no awards, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has received no awards and the Ninja BL682UK2 has received no awards.

Has a Better OK Noise Level

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 reviewers thought the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has a better OK noise level. Several people thought that the Philips HR7761 was very quiet and wasn't noisy.

12 Reasons Against for Choosing the Philips Viva Collection HR776101

Smaller Bowl Capacity

Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is only 2.1 capacity, and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Ninja BL682UK2. That's 0.2L smaller than the Bosch MCM3500MGB (2.3L) and 1.27L bigger than the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB (0.83L). More ...

Denotes the capacity of the main bowl of the food processor, measured in litres (L).

A larger capacity bowl fitted to your food processor means that a larger amount of ingredients can be processed and mixed at once, meaning the processor is more efficient and can be used for larger cookery tasks.

Slower Rotational Speed

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is a 1 food processor. That's 1,550 RPM slower than the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB (3,450 RPM). More ...

'Rotational Speed' denotes how fast the blades of the food processor can turn, measured in revolutions per minute (RPM).

The faster the speed of the food processor, the quicker and more efficiently it will be able to cut, mix and blend ingredients.

£7 More Expensive

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is more expensive than the Kenwood FDP301WH by £7.

Fewer Sellers

Only 3 stores sells the Philips Viva Collection HR776101, but 6 sellers sell the Bosch MCM3500MGB, 14 retailers sell the Kenwood FDP301WH, 14 sellers sell the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and 6 retailers sell the Ninja BL682UK2. More ...

The smaller the number of stores that stock this food processor, the lower the competition amongst stores to keep prices low.
Over Two Years Older

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is older than the Kenwood FDP301WH by two months, older than the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB by two years and older than the Ninja BL682UK2 by three months.

One Month Years Shorter Manufacturer's Guarantee

The Philips Viva Collection HR776101's manufacturer's guarantee is one year less than the Bosch MCM3500MGB.

A Lot Lower User Review Score

The average user rating of the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is 84%, whereas the average user rating of the Bosch MCM3500MGB is 100% (based on 4 reviews), the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB is 94% (based on 46 reviews) and the Ninja BL682UK2 is 99% (based on 124 reviews).

Lower Overall Review Score

The average overall rating of the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is 84%, whereas the average overall rating of the Bosch MCM3500MGB is 93% (based on 4 reviews), the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB is 93% (based on 46 reviews) and the Ninja BL682UK2 is 93% (based on 124 reviews).

Worse Brand

Philips food processors have an average rating of only 76.9%, but Bosch has an average rating of 95%, Kenwood has an average rating of 93.8% and KitchenAid has an average rating of 86.8%.

Less Thoughtfully Designed

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 was less thoughtfully designed.

Harder to Use

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 was harder to use.

Less Useful for Lots of Different Types of Food Processing

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 was less useful for lots of different types of food processing.

The cheapest price that we could find for the Viva Collection HR776101 in the UK is £54.95 and in total we found 3 prices for it.

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Kenwood FDP301WH

£47.49
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Kenwood FDP301WH

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Kenwood FDP301WH
2.1L
CAPACITY
800W
2
SPEED LEVELS
£107
OVER 10 YEARS

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a Kagoo Score of 89. With a price tag of £47.49 this food processor is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Kenwood FDP301WH or read our article on whether you should buy a Kenwood food processor.

Features We Love:
Pulse function
Dishwasher-proof parts
Parmesan grater
Shredding insert (fine)
Whisk

The best rated food processor under £50, great for small families.

84
Features
Fully-Featured
95
Popularity
Amazon Bestseller
85
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Age
2 Years Old
92
Running Costs
£110 Over 10 Years
89
Kagoo Score
Excellent
[TRAILER] Kenwood FDP301 Multi-Pro Compact Food Processor
[TRAILER] Kenwood FDP301 Multi-Pro Compact Food Processor

9 Reasons For for Choosing the Kenwood FDP301WH

Two Speed Levels

The number of speed levels on the Kenwood FDP301WH is two, and so do the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101, but the Ninja BL682UK2 only has one speed level. More ...

We do not know the number of speed levels on the Bosch MCM3500MGB. It is possible that it does not have any speed levels.

The number of speed levels the food processor is capable of mixing at.

More speeds on your food processor mean that is it more versatile, and can handle ingredients that require slow, gentle mixing as well as those that require fast, vigorous blending.

Emulsifying Disc

The Kenwood FDP301WH has an emulsifying disc (as does the Philips Viva Collection HR776101), however the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Ninja BL682UK2 do not have this feature. More ...

An emulsifying disc as an attachment for your food processor that works like a whisk to mix together wet ingredients quickly and efficiently.

An emulsifying disc is a quick and efficient way of making sauces and vinaigrettes such as mayonnaise or salad dressing.

Whisk

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a whisk, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB, the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not have this feature. More ...

Whether the food processor comes with a whisk included.

Whisks are helpful for quickly and efficiently whisking up cream, eggs, and in all manner of baking.

Parmesan Grater

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a parmesan grater, and so does the Ninja BL682UK2, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not. More ...

A parmesan grates is a special extra for your food processor that is specifically designed to efficiently grate hard cheeses such as parmesan.

A grating disc is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it like a cheese grater. You push parmesan or any hard food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is grated into small bits, which then fall through the holes into the main bowl.

Mixing Tool

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a mixing tool, and so do the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Ninja BL682UK2, whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not. More ...

'Mixing Tool' denotes whether the food processor has a special attachment meant for efficiently mixing together whatever ingredients are needed for the recipe at hand.

Mixing is a frequent task when cooking - this takes alot of the hassle out of it.

Shredding Insert (Fine)

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a shredding insert (fine) (as do the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101), but the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not have this feature. More ...

A shredding insert for your food processor is a special plate that is specially designed to finely shred ingredients such as cabbage and lettuce, as well as anything that needs reducing to fine parts.

A shredding insert is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it. You push food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is shredded into small bits, which then fall down into the main bowl.

Slicing Insert (Fine)

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a slicing insert (fine), and so do the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101, but the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not. More ...

A slicing insert is an attachment for the food processor that is designed to finely slice foods such as carrots, cheese or fruits.

A slicing insert is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it. You push food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is sliced into fine slices, which then fall down into the main bowl.

Dishwasher-Proof Parts

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a dishwasher-proof parts (as do the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB, the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101), but the Bosch MCM3500MGB does not have this feature. More ...

'Dishwasher-Proof Parts' denotes whether the food processor has attachments and parts that are safe to clean using a dishwasher.

Dishwasher-proof attachments make cleaning the appliance post-cooking far easier.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of shops increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this food processor.

7 Reasons Against for Choosing the Kenwood FDP301WH

0.2L Smaller Bowl Capacity

The Kenwood FDP301WH has a bowl capacity of 2.1 (as do the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101), however the Bosch MCM3500MGB is a 2.3L capacity food processor (0.2L bigger) and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB is a 0.83L capacity food processor (1.27L smaller). More ...

Denotes the capacity of the main bowl of the food processor, measured in litres (L).

A larger capacity bowl fitted to your food processor means that a larger amount of ingredients can be processed and mixed at once, meaning the processor is more efficient and can be used for larger cookery tasks.

Does Not Support Bluetooth

The Kenwood FDP301WH does not support bluetooth (As does the the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB), whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do. More ...

Bluetooth support allows you to monitor and control the food processor remotely.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Kenwood FDP301WH has received a Kagoo Score of 89, but the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 scored 90.

Older by Over One Year

The Kenwood FDP301WH is 23 months older than the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and one month older than the Ninja BL682UK2.

Higher Running Costs Over Five Years by £7

The running costs of the Kenwood FDP301WH are £107 which is £7 more than the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 over five years. Show assumptions.

Less Popular

The Kenwood FDP301WH is a less popular choice amongst buyers.

Worse Brand

Kenwood food processors have an average rating of only 93.8%, however Bosch has an average rating of 95%.

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Ninja BL682UK2

£134.99
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Ninja BL682UK2

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Ninja BL682UK2
2.1L
CAPACITY
1,500W
1
SPEED LEVEL

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a Kagoo Score of 88. However with a price tag of £134.99 this food processor is a bit expensive. For further details check out our full review of the Ninja BL682UK2.

Features We Love:
Auto-iQ
Dual Drive
Pulse function
Ice crushing function
Dishwasher-proof parts

Great for small families, this is The best rated food processor under £500. Multiple reviews mentioned that this food processor has very good features and it's very easy to use, and well designed.

97
Reviews
124 Reviews
85
Features
Fully-Featured
96
Popularity
Amazon Bestseller
81
Value for Money
Very Good
86
Age
2 Years Old
88
Kagoo Score
Excellent

Multiple reviews mentioned that Ninja BL682UK2 has outstanding user reviews with 100% of buyers recommending this food processor to others. Looking across the entire Ninja food processor range, the average reviews for all Ninja food processors are also excellent.

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13 Reasons For for Choosing the Ninja BL682UK2

Kneading Tool

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a kneading tool, and so does the Philips Viva Collection HR776101, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Kenwood FDP301WH and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not. More ...

'Kneading Tool' denotes whether the food processor comes with a set of dough hooks included.

Dough hooks make kneading bread dough far easier and less time-consuming.

Dough Tool

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a dough tool (as does the Philips Viva Collection HR776101), but the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Kenwood FDP301WH and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not have this feature. More ...

'Dough Tool' denotes whether the food processor comes with a set of dough hooks included.

Dough hooks make kneading bread dough far easier and less time-consuming.

Parmesan Grater

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a parmesan grater (as does the Kenwood FDP301WH), whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not have this feature. More ...

A parmesan grates is a special extra for your food processor that is specifically designed to efficiently grate hard cheeses such as parmesan.

A grating disc is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it like a cheese grater. You push parmesan or any hard food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is grated into small bits, which then fall through the holes into the main bowl.

Mixing Tool

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a mixing tool (as do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB), but the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not have this feature. More ...

'Mixing Tool' denotes whether the food processor has a special attachment meant for efficiently mixing together whatever ingredients are needed for the recipe at hand.

Mixing is a frequent task when cooking - this takes alot of the hassle out of it.

Shredding Insert (Fine)

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a shredding insert (fine), and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not. More ...

A shredding insert for your food processor is a special plate that is specially designed to finely shred ingredients such as cabbage and lettuce, as well as anything that needs reducing to fine parts.

A shredding insert is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it. You push food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is shredded into small bits, which then fall down into the main bowl.

Slicing Insert (Fine)

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a slicing insert (fine) (as do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101), however the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB do not have this feature. More ...

A slicing insert is an attachment for the food processor that is designed to finely slice foods such as carrots, cheese or fruits.

A slicing insert is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it. You push food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is sliced into fine slices, which then fall down into the main bowl.

Dishwasher-Proof Parts

The Ninja BL682UK2 has a dishwasher-proof parts, and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB does not. More ...

'Dishwasher-Proof Parts' denotes whether the food processor has attachments and parts that are safe to clean using a dishwasher.

Dishwasher-proof attachments make cleaning the appliance post-cooking far easier.

Ice Crushing Function

The Ninja BL682UK2 has an ice crushing function, but the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Kenwood FDP301WH, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not. More ...

'Ice Crushing' denotes whether the food processor has a function specifically for crushing ice.

An ice-crushing function on your food processor is an excellent thing to have in summer, or when making up cocktails!

More Popular

The Ninja BL682UK2 is a more popular choice amongst buyers.

Overall Reviews Are Better

Based on 124 reviews, the average review score of the Ninja BL682UK2 is 93%, however the average rating of the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 is 84% (based on 618 reviews).

Has a Better Design

Comparing the product reviews on average people thought the Ninja BL682UK2 has a better design. More than 20 people thought that it was really well designed and several people thought that it was also very good-looking and was smooth.

Easier to Use

The Ninja BL682UK2 reviewers thought the Ninja BL682UK2 was easier to use. More than 30 people thought that it was very easy to use.

More Useful for Lots of Different Types of Food Processing

On average reviewers thought the Ninja BL682UK2 was more useful for lots of different types of food processing. Several people thought that it was excellent for making smoothies, was good for crushing ice and for chopping nuts.

11 Reasons Against for Choosing the Ninja BL682UK2

9% Smaller Bowl Capacity

The Ninja BL682UK2 is a 2.1 capacity food processor, and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101. That's 0.2L smaller than the Bosch MCM3500MGB (2.3L) and 1.27L bigger than the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB (0.83L). More ...

Denotes the capacity of the main bowl of the food processor, measured in litres (L).

A larger capacity bowl fitted to your food processor means that a larger amount of ingredients can be processed and mixed at once, meaning the processor is more efficient and can be used for larger cookery tasks.

One Less Speed Level

The Ninja BL682UK2 has one speed level, however the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 only has two speed levels. More ...

We do not know the number of speed levels on the Bosch MCM3500MGB. It is possible that it does not have any speed levels.

The number of speed levels the food processor is capable of mixing at.

More speeds on your food processor mean that is it more versatile, and can handle ingredients that require slow, gentle mixing as well as those that require fast, vigorous blending.

Worse Kagoo Score

The Ninja BL682UK2 has received a Kagoo Score of 88, however the Kenwood FDP301WH scored 89 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 scored 90.

£88 More Expensive

The Ninja BL682UK2 is more expensive than the Bosch MCM3500MGB by £50, more expensive than the Kenwood FDP301WH by £88, more expensive than the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB by £81 and more expensive than the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 by £80.

Less Retailers

Only 6 stores sells the Ninja BL682UK2, whereas 14 stores sell the Kenwood FDP301WH and 14 stores sell the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB. More ...

Smaller numbers of retailers reduces the price competition amongst retailers for this food processor and also reduces the chances of the product remaining in stock.
Over One Year Older

The Ninja BL682UK2 is older than the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB by 22 months.

One Month Years Shorter Manufacturer's Guarantee

The Ninja BL682UK2 comes with a manufacturer's guarantee of one year, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB has a one year guarantee.

Slightly Lower User Review Score

The Ninja BL682UK2's average user rating is 99%, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB's is 100% (based on 4 reviews).

Less Customers Recommend it

Only 88.8% of 125 customers recommend the Ninja BL682UK2, whereas 100% of 4 customers recommend the Bosch MCM3500MGB and 97.8% of 46 customers recommend the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB.

Worse Brand

Ninja food processors have an average rating of only 72.4%, whereas Bosch has an average rating of 95%, Kenwood has an average rating of 93.8%, KitchenAid has an average rating of 86.8% and Philips has an average rating of 76.9%.

Has a Worse OK Noise Level

Our analysis of the Ninja BL682UK2 reviews indicates that more reviewers thought the Ninja BL682UK2 has a worse OK noise level.

The cheapest price that we could find for the BL682UK2 in the UK is £134.99 and in total we found 6 prices for it.

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KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB

£54.00
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0.83L
CAPACITY
240W
2
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3,450 RPM

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has a Kagoo Score of 87. With a price tag of £54.00 this food processor is good value for money. For further details check out our full review of the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB or read our article on whether you should buy a KitchenAid food processor.

Features We Love:
One Touch Technology
Drizzle Basin
Pulse function
Dishwasher-proof parts
Mixing tool

The highest scoring mini food processor on the market, with a good spec and a low price. Purchasers report that it's an outstanding size and very easy to use, and compact.

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87
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Excellent

Our review analysis indicates that KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has very good user reviews with 90% of buyers recommending this food processor to others.

7 Reasons For for Choosing the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB

Two Speed Levels

The number of speed levels on the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB is two, and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101, but the Ninja BL682UK2 only has one speed level. More ...

We do not know the number of speed levels on the Bosch MCM3500MGB. It is possible that it does not have any speed levels.

The number of speed levels the food processor is capable of mixing at.

More speeds on your food processor mean that is it more versatile, and can handle ingredients that require slow, gentle mixing as well as those that require fast, vigorous blending.

Fine Metal Grinding Disc (4mm)

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has a fine metal grinding disc (4mm), but the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Kenwood FDP301WH, the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not. More ...

A fine grinding disc denotes whether the food processor comes with an attachment of a grinding disc, used to cut hard ingredients (such as veg or hard cheeses) into very fine bits.

A grinding disc is a metal plate the sits on top of the bowl, that has a number of sharpened slots on it. You push food through the tube into the appliance, where it hits the fast-rotating plate and is grinded into small bits.

Mixing Tool

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has a mixing tool, and so do the Kenwood FDP301WH and the Ninja BL682UK2, whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do not. More ...

'Mixing Tool' denotes whether the food processor has a special attachment meant for efficiently mixing together whatever ingredients are needed for the recipe at hand.

Mixing is a frequent task when cooking - this takes alot of the hassle out of it.

Dishwasher-Proof Parts

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has a dishwasher-proof parts (as do the Kenwood FDP301WH, the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101), but the Bosch MCM3500MGB does not have this feature. More ...

'Dishwasher-Proof Parts' denotes whether the food processor has attachments and parts that are safe to clean using a dishwasher.

Dishwasher-proof attachments make cleaning the appliance post-cooking far easier.

More Shops Are Selling it

A greater number of shops increases the chances of the product remaining in stock and also increases the price competition amongst retailers for this food processor.

Newer by 22 Months

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB was released eight months ago, but the Bosch MCM3500MGB was released three years ago, the Kenwood FDP301WH was released three years ago, the Ninja BL682UK2 was released three years ago and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 was released three years ago

Better Overall Reviews

Based on 46 reviews, the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has an average overall review score of 93%, but the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 has an average rating of 84% (based on 618 reviews).

8 Reasons Against for Choosing the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB

1.47L Smaller Bowl Capacity

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has a bowl capacity of 0.83, however the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Kenwood FDP301WH, the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 are all 2.1L capacity food processors (1.27L bigger). More ...

Denotes the capacity of the main bowl of the food processor, measured in litres (L).

A larger capacity bowl fitted to your food processor means that a larger amount of ingredients can be processed and mixed at once, meaning the processor is more efficient and can be used for larger cookery tasks.

Does Not Support Bluetooth

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB does not support bluetooth (As does the the Kenwood FDP301WH), whereas the Bosch MCM3500MGB, the Ninja BL682UK2 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 do. More ...

Bluetooth support allows you to monitor and control the food processor remotely.

Worse Kagoo Score

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has received a Kagoo Score of 87, but the Kenwood FDP301WH scored 89, the Ninja BL682UK2 scored 88 and the Philips Viva Collection HR776101 scored 90.

More Expensive by £7

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB is £7 more expensive than the Kenwood FDP301WH.

Less Popular

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB is a less popular choice amongst buyers.

User Review Rating is Worse

The KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB has an average user score of 94%, but the Bosch MCM3500MGB has an average user rating of 100% (based on 4 reviews) and the Ninja BL682UK2 has an average user rating of 99% (based on 124 reviews).

Less Customers Recommend it

Only 97.8% of 46 customers recommend the KitchenAid 5KFC3516BOB, however 100% of 4 customers recommend the Bosch MCM3500MGB.

Worse Brand

KitchenAid food processors have an average rating of only 86.8%, however Bosch has an average rating of 95% and Kenwood has an average rating of 93.8%.

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Bosch MCM3500MGB

£84.99
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Bosch MCM3500MGB

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2.3L
CAPACITY
800W
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The Bosch MCM3500MGB has a Kagoo Score of 87. With a price tag of £84.99 this food processor is fair value for money. For further details check out our full review of the Bosch MCM3500MGB or read our article on whether you should buy a Bosch food processor.

Features We Love:
Pulse function

A classic and very economical to run 2.3L capacity, 800W food processor, very good for small families.