Vintage Kenwood Chef Spares & Accessories

Designed by Kenneth Wood, the Kenwood food mixer was created in 1947 with the introduction of the A200 model. However, the introduction of the A701A Kenwood Chef in 1962 and the subsequent A901 model in 1976 revolutionised home cooking with small appliances in the United Kingdom and around the world. This period is widely regarded as the golden age of Kenwood mixers, solid, reliable and made in England, the mixers gained a cult following. For those who own such a Kenwood chef mixer, the vintage Kenwood accessories are every bit as important as the mixer itself, and although replacement items and spare part repair options are available, authentic original and genuine spare parts, where possible in original packaging, are on point for the vintage collector and restorer.

Kenwood Chef A701A FAQs
Kenwood Chef A701A FAQs

Q: When was the A701A made? 

The A701A was made from 1962 until 1976. It featured an enhanced 450w motor and gearbox over its predecessors. It was available in white with dark blue or duck egg blue trim. A lesser number were made with grey trim.

Q: Where was the A701A manufactured? 

The A701A was manufactured in Havant in the UK, Australia and Argentina. Other Kenwood Chef brand models were manufactured elsewhere under license.

Q: What Kenwood chef A701A accessories are available? 

Due to having three ports as well as the bowl/whisk port a large number of accessories were made for this wonderful machine. These range from a liquidiser, a juicer and a cream maker through to can openers, pea hullers and a potato peeler.