Kenwood PH uses baking mixer to tow Mini Clubman

Do not try this at home
by Drei Laurel | Jul 22, 2016
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If you had told anyone two decades ago that one day we'd be processing vegetables using baking mixers, you'd have been met with expressions of disbelief. Yet here we are in 2016, where kitchens consist of just a handful of multifunctional appliances. Mind-blowing? Not really.

What is mind-blowing, though, is the extent of the modern kitchen appliance's versatility. They've become so capable it's ridiculous. Take the Kenwood mixer you see here, for example. The appliance was used as a makeshift winch, towing a Mini Clubman packed with Kenwood executives over several feet. Nuts.

The exhibition was performed at Kenwood's official Philippine launch yesterday to display the strength and quality of the company's products. Other applications presented during the launch included making nitrogen ice cream and spreads, although neither sounds as appealing as pulling into your garage using kitchen equipment.

We're impressed. Still, we wouldn't recommend trying it out using the mixer on your kitchen counter--lest the wife murder you for putting that kind of strain on her beloved toy. You've been warned. Now excuse us while we hook one up to a 4x4 truck.

 





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