Kitchenaid 5KICAOWH Ice Cream Attachment

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Kitchenaid AD298
RRP: £136.99 exc. vat 164.39 inc. vat
SAVE: £64.00 exc. vat 76.80 inc. vat
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£87.59 inc. vat
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CAS SKU
34957
MPN
5KICAOWH
AKA
AD298

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KitchenAid Ice Cream Attachment for 5KPM5BER 5KS45SSBWH 5KPM5BWH J400 DN677 J498 J401 J405.

Create deliciously fluffy and indulgent ice cream with the KitchenAid 5KICAOWH Ice Cream Attachment. When attached to a KitchenAid stand mixer, the attachment easily makes up to 1.9 litres of ice cream, sorbet or other frozen desserts.

Kitchenaid 5KICAOWH Features
  • Weight 3.21kg
  • Once completely frozen, liquid within the double walls of the bowl provides thorough, even freezing of ice cream batter throughout the mixing process
  • Produces up to 1.9 Ltrs of soft consistency ice cream, sorbets or frozen desserts per bowl
  • Seamless compatibility to ensure fuss-free operation with all KitchenAid Stand Mixers
  • High quality paddle mechanism reaches every part of the bowl, preventing clumping and ensuring perfectly smooth ice cream every time
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Estimated Delivery Date:
Tue 27th February
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Tomorrow at 5:00pm
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