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    Default Food processor: Breville vs Magimix

    My old food processor died so I'm looking for a new one. I've narrowed it down to the Breville Kitchen Wizz Pro or the Magimix 3200XL.
    The Breville is much cheaper and has a 25 year warranty on the motor. Magimix has 30 years.

    Anyone have either of these?

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    I have the magimix and love it, my sister has the breville and loves it so either is great I think. I have recently bought a Kenwood Chef (mixer) and probably in hindsight would've just bought that and then got the food processor attachment though, just because I don't use the food processor THAT much, considering how expensive it is. Just to throw another option in lol!

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    Default Re: Food processor: Breville vs Magimix

    Thanks. I already have a sunbeam mix master that i rarely use. I use the food processor at least every second day and could do so much more with a good one. Is there anything you don't like about the magimix? I like that the breville bowl is sealed so no leaks with liquids.

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    Default Food processor: Breville vs Magimix

    My mum swears up and down by her magimix! She's had it 25 years and it's still like the day she got it (motor) and it's so easy to buy parts online from the US. She still uses it at least twice a week!

    When I have the money for one, I'll get one

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    From memory I don't think I have ever had anything leak out of the magimix. Not sure if I have ever done anything really liquidy though, I really can't remember, but pretty sure its never leaked.

    I can't compare with the Breville as I haven't actually used my sister's, but I really love that the magimix has three bowl sizes, not sure if the Breville has that or not, but I use the small bowl as much as, if not more than, the large one so thats definitely the best thing about it.

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