spikelet
Tired of pumping mechanical muscles. The choice fell on the Kenwood 510, and the power is good, and the stainless steel knife is self-sharpening, and the body is metal, but in the online store they immediately asked themselves whether as a gift, and when they found out that they began to dissuade themselves and offer Zepler (or something similar), and the argument that they say Kenwood is very noisy and yes, and the model is old.
So I don't know what to do. Tell me, advise, please, what kind of meat grinder to buy. The task is one: to scroll the usual (with veins) meat (beef + pork) on cutlets.
Celestine
My parents bought Kenwood for themselves last year, they are very satisfied, however, they did not compare with what, well, it is not necessary))
bambina
I have - = MOULINEX = -. 4 years already comfortable and reliable meat grinder. now there are models newer than mine (I will not say which one I have) - they have been finalized - they do not "spit" so much.
but then when a carrot on its own (nozzle, as on a coarse grater) - if not in a bag - partially flies past the plate
with the rest of the products, everything falls where it should be. and carrots are light and dry (compared to meat, for example).
marax
I have a kenvd, it is noisy, but most importantly it melts and is very good, my mother's tefal worked for three months and broke, the bone got into the meat grinder itself and broke the front wall, it was plastic in tefal, and iron in kenwood.
Janet
Good meat grinders BRAUN G 1300 or 1500
Andreevna
Very good meat grinder from Panasonic. Melet is wonderful, even completely melted meat and has been working reliably for 4 years. I have 1300WT, but now they have others, look at the site.
Freken Bock
And I have a Bosch MFW 1501, no bells and whistles at all, I am very happy.We have only ground meat in the family before this meat grinder appears

I want to share my way of storing minced meat. We cook at once a rather large amount, we pack the portions into plastic bags, and give these portions a flat shape, such rectangular cakes of a centimeter and a half come out. It is convenient to store in the freezer, defrost in a micro - quickly, whitewash or lasagna after a working day - is available. I came up with it myself ...
Svetlana
I chose a meat grinder for a long time, I stopped at Panasonic 1500
I compared prices, almost everywhere around 4500r. And then I saw it in Metro for 3500 and bought it right away. I have it since spring, it works great. By the way, sometimes I will make minced meat more than I need and put it in a bag in the same way and give it a flat, square shape and in the freezer. Very convenient indeed!
Hope
Quote: Jeannette

Good meat grinders BRAUN G 1300 or 1500
I vote for these meat grinders with both hands. I have BRAUN G 1300 for about 5 years, probably, I'm not overjoyed in any way. The power is just super. And the BRAUN 1500 is even more powerful, and will probably grind bones with a whistle.
I advise all my friends to buy them.
shuska
And my mother-in-law and I also have Brown for more than 4 years. No complaints. I'm glad.
Mueslik
I have a Kenwood 470, the power is 1500 - I'm not overjoyed, as I used to live without it! Melet is good, and I don’t cut pork and beef veins, everything is fine. Noise, well, this is relative, my Soviet juicer yells much louder. And, then, you will not twist something for hours? I chose between Brown and Kenwood, took Kenwood, never regretted
spikelet
Thank you all very much. Indeed, there are many good meat grinders. I was told that my choice of Kenwood was contested by the seller, because they need to "sell" junk, and the good ones already buy. It's a shame if so, because we trust them. Maybe Zelmer is also good, only no one knows her, I haven't found a single review about her.
Thanks everyone. I made my choice.
Aglo
Zelmer or Zepler Polish production, if memory serves. At one time, a Menjak also tried to sell it to me from a not very seedy salon.But it was enough to unfold it to see the rusty knives.
By the way, knives, namely the quality of their sharpening, are the trouble of many meat grinders. When buying, be sure to look that the surface of the knife is flat, without burrs.
Zhenet chose Panasonic 1300 and has been working for more than three years. An excellent unit.
Alice2000
Two months ago purchased Panasonic MK-G1800. I have not raised any complaints yet. The meat turns in any form, the minced meat is great. Before her, there was mechanical + male strength. And now minced meat at any time in any form (three grates + sausage pot). Now Panasonic makes minced meat, and Moulinex 5004 bread maker prepares dumplings, yeast dough. As a result: hand-made dumplings, belyashi and other yummy. Thinking about the pancake maker.
Sveta
And I have Tefal for 10 years (nya, maybe a little less). No problem and still works like a young
foxtrader
If this is still relevant, then I am for Panas Mine for 9 years already. Knives as after purchase. Melet everything like a beast.
Lydia
And I actually bought email. grinder because of its appearance. Well, before that, as usual, I shoveled through a pile of information on the Internet and determined for myself the minimum characteristics that my future meat grinder should have. In the store, it turned out that many (although not all) meat grinders have such characteristics. But they seemed so bulky! But, having visited several stores, I left IT and bought it immediately. My meat grinder is more or less compact. It has been plowing like an ox for the 5th year. And only a few days ago I discovered that I had bought a Clathronic meat grinder.
Andrea
Hello everybody! I saw Temka and decided to share my experience too: the other day my meat grinder broke (the slots were ripped off), I was very uncomfortable. But when my husband began to disassemble it, I took out instructions for the meat grinder, it turned out that she was 13 years old! She served faithfully without any problems! Moulinex meat grinder. Therefore, my husband and I thought about it and decided not to take her for repairs (she served her), but went and bought a new one of the same company. Like this.
from Volgograd
I bought my daughter a Zelmer Polish meat grinder, chose both in appearance (small, oval) and in sound (very quiet). The daughter has two small children and the eldest son does not like when the vacuum cleaner makes noise. The daughter is satisfied with the work of the meat grinder. I also bought her nozzles for shredding vegetables for this meat grinder. And I bought myself Moulinex, also with attachments for vegetables. And also happy. Although she's louder than Zelmer. True, I think that sausage attachments for these meat grinders are useless, it would be better to have attachments like juicers for tomatoes. For us. Russians, it would be more practical ...
torturesru
Also Moulinex, very satisfied, and the nozzle for sausages and kebabs is really pampering, they have never done it. In addition, looking for a shell for them is an extra hemorrhoid.
prismatic
Devices purchased 4-10 years ago can be much better than modern ones. Especially from well-known brands. We recently bought a Kenwood 510 for ourselves. But it seems to be of high quality. Everything is iron, powerful, with a reverse.
Lena28
I have BRAUN G 1300, I have been using it for 2 years, very happy. when I chose, the consultants advised everyone to take the BRAUN meat grinder, since all the spare parts they have are iron. noisy at work, but the meat grinds like an animal.
dopleta
After my Moulinex flatly refused to chop meat (after 12 years of faulty work), I knew what I wanted from a meat grinder - so that she, like the deceased Moulinex, had grating attachments for vegetables, so that there was necessarily a reverse, high power and a satisfying appearance. I entered these requirements on the Internet, and Vitek answered them. I did not find this model in stores, I ordered it through the Internet and for a couple of years I have been very pleased.
Hope
Quote: Lena28

I have BRAUN G 1300, I have been using it for 2 years, very happy. when I chose, the consultants advised everyone to take the BRAUN meat grinder, since all the spare parts they have are iron. noisy at work, but the meat grinds like an animal.
Fully agree. A BRAUN G 1500, even more powerful.
UmSabir
6 years ago I exchanged a Gamma 7 harvester (Lepse plant) in Kirov from a friend.I threw out the instruction and used it for 6 years as a meat grinder, a shredder for vegetables, a coffee grinder for grinding grain and buckwheat for a bread machine. I plowed for 6 years and moved to my mother (never broke!). I used it to chop and freeze vegetables for the winter in the freezer in bags. I recently bought the same new one and discovered that it can still roll out dough for dumplings, dumplings and noodles, cut curly cookies from shortcrust pastry and stuff sausages and sausages. In general, for 2300 r, this is such a super-duper-mega unit that I even have no words of happiness. Mine just love dumplings and dumplings and homemade noodles, but since I hate to work with a rolling pin, especially at 8 months of age, they ate it all more. well now i spoil them
torturesru
Quote: UmSabir

I recently bought the same new one and discovered that he still knows how to roll out dough for dumplings, dumplings and noodles, cut curly cookies from shortcrust pastry and stuff sausages and sausages. In general, for 2300 r, this is such a super-duper-mega unit that I even have no words of happiness. Mine just love dumplings and dumplings and homemade noodles, but since I hate to work with a rolling pin, especially at 8 months of age, they ate it all more. well now i spoil them
And as he rolls out the dough for dumplings, the sheet should be obtained in the same place. Cookies were also a tip for meat grinders, as well as for noodles, but the dumplings put me at a loss
Mueslik
I was also interested in this question - I followed the link - it is still not clear, the nozzle for dumplings is not shown there
And so, an interesting device and many functions
Andreevna
UmSabir
To each, of course, his own, but since 10 years ago I had just such a Gamma mea-grinder, only I don't remember its number, then I can have my own five kopecks. I remember her with horror. God forbid, if the meat was thawed, she categorically refused to grind it, because her power was very small. But even after following the link, I saw that the new meat grinder-combine has a power of 130 watts. Literally "Rated electrical power, W 130." And it will be the same horror. And if a person needs his meat grinder to grind meat well, for which it is generally intended, then you need to buy a meat grinder with a capacity of at least 1300 watts, and this is 10 times more powerful than Gamma. By the way, the attachments did not inspire me either, it is inconvenient, the shredded stuff is stuffed inside there and we need to pick it out from there. But that's just my IMHO.
P.S. And now I have a Panasonic meat grinder, I'm happy with it, it works like a bread maker and a multicooker without any complaints.
Kiss
[I have BRAUN G 1300, I have been using it for 2 years, I am very satisfied. when I chose, the consultants advised everyone to take the BRAUN meat grinder, since all the spare parts they have are iron. noisy at work, but the meat grinds like an animal.
I also have this machine, I fully support the opinion. At first, the design seemed a little angular, and then fell in love with its classic forms - I'm tired of roundness. What's more, even on the smallest grill, it gives excellent results.
Summer resident
I have had a Bosch electric meat grinder for 5 years. I'll tell you something. Melet everything you can. She has such a margin of safety that, in my opinion, she will grind bones if necessary
obgorka_gu
Quote: Yukka

Join: -D
And I join! Moulinex is super, we have 10 years, pah-pah-pah. If you accidentally threw the meat with a bone, then all the cutlets will be with crumbs, but they twisted and did not notice, the main thing is to take a powerful one, otherwise they took a weak one from me with a bunch of vegetable nozzles, so they scolded the whole company, like they don't twist boiled ...
Aglo
UmSabir
... I saw that the new meat grinder-combine has a power of 130 watts. Literally "Rated electrical power, W 130." And it will be the same horror. And if a person needs his meat grinder to grind meat well, for which it is generally intended, then you need to buy a meat grinder with a capacity of at least 1300 watts, and this is 10 times more powerful than Gamma.
Here is an old review.
But the conclusions are not out of date:
"The values ​​given in the tables convincingly refute the prevailing opinion that the meat grinder should be chosen based primarily on its high power."

By the way, only PANASONIC, along with the huge power figures of 1300-1500W, honestly indicates the rated power of 220-280W, depending on the model.
vorona
Quote: Kiss

[I have BRAUN G 1300, I have been using it for 2 years, I am very satisfied. when I chose, the consultants advised everyone to take the BRAUN meat grinder, since all the spare parts they have are iron. noisy at work, but the meat grinds like an animal.
I also have this machine, I fully support the opinion. At first, the design seemed a little angular, and then fell in love with its classic forms - I'm tired of roundness. What's more, even on the smallest grill, it gives excellent results.
Well, I don’t know, I was told when a friend's Brown broke down - there is only one plastic.
I agree about the noise, turn only chicken fillet in a quiet meat grinder
Moulinex is an excellent meat grinder, scalding for 5+
I agree in terms of power too - less than 1300 is not even worth it, you will torture the knives to clean
larimari
I have a meat grinder "Electrosila", our St. Petersburg, in the fall it will be exactly 20 years old, and only now she has begun to "mope", the engine is somehow not buzzing correctly, but the meat is still grinding. It probably makes no sense to carry it for repair, you have to choose a new one ...
tatulja12
We bought a food processor, our Russian one. So, except for a meat grinder, nothing can be used in it. And the meat grinder is a beast, grinds everything.
UmSabir
Quote: Aglo

UmSabir Here is an old review.
But the conclusions are not out of date:
"The values ​​given in the tables convincingly refute the prevailing opinion that the meat grinder should be chosen based primarily on its high power."

By the way, only PANASONIC, along with the huge power figures of 1300-1500W, honestly indicates the rated power of 220-280W, depending on the model.
You inserted not my quote.I have just a Gamma combine, it grinds any meat perfectly, plus it cuts vegetables, grinds grain and coffee, rolls out the dough, opens canned food, squeezes out juice and all this is less than 3 tons.
sazalexter
larimari We have the same Electrosila, she was 16 years old and bought
Panasonic 1300w grinds like a beast Inside, all iron
Very satisfied, and I won't say that it is very noisy
larimari
sazalexter, I too am inclined to Panasonic, already looked at it "live" in the store - I liked the meat grinder !!!
Fadeeva
Hello everyone
I have a Brown 1500. Nice car. I chose to grind everything, especially the veins. Because of them, the machine clogs up and often it was necessary to stop work and clean the knife. So - Brown 1500 I do not stop. Grinds very well and very quickly.
3 years already. Everything is fine. The truth makes a lot of noise. But not for long. A couple of minutes - a bowl of minced meat.
There are 3 grids with holes of different diameters, an attachment for stuffed cutlets and for homemade sausage. For vegetables and other things, I have a harvester.
Svetlana
Good evening meat grinders - bakers! Last year, we bought a Panasonic 1500 in Metro (on Ladozhskaya) It works very well and cost 1 ton cheaper than in other stores. So compare the prices and don't hesitate Panasonic he is Panasonic! Good luck!
Misha
In the same way, I went through the agony of choosing a worthy unit, since everyone in the family is meat-eaters, a powerful, reliable one was needed, the noise did not play a role (well, not to use it at night), well, outwardly so that it pleases the eye. As a result, such a machine appeared in the kitchen - a pretty one, and at work - a beast. Kenwood - 510. Advise.

Choosing an electric meat grinder
Aglo
... and don't hesitate Panasonic he is Panasonic! Good luck!
Panasonic 1300 is three years old. We are not overjoyed.
ljudmila28
I also have Panasonic, I really like it. Simple without various bells and whistles. I bought it after I watched the Test Purchase program. We chose Panasonic 1300. The price is also normal.
Svetlana
Yesterday we were in METRO and they sell Panasonic meat grinders 1500 to 3770! Guys, this is last year's price, a year ago it cost the same. So hurry up.
chirkof
I want to buy an electric meat grinder. But here's the problem: the choice is huge, the price range is even greater, I don't know where to stop ...
I had a BOSCH meat grinder, but it gave me more headaches. A plastic fuse is installed there. So it breaks down under excessive load. But buying a new fuse in Murmansk is a problem! I brought it from Moscow. There are only two of these gizmos in the kit, and, of course, I managed to break both in one sitting ...
I really do not want to face something like this again, and the functionality of these units is also interesting: what is needed and what is not at all useful ???
Hope
There is already a topic about meat grinders
https://Mcooker-enn.icdself.com/in...mf&Itemid=26&topic=6745.0
chirkof
Who knew that a meat grinder with vacuum cleaners from the same company ... And I thought it was closer to the kitchen !!!
Anastasia
In the absolute majority of polls on various forums, Brown is in first place. And here 🔗 you can also look at the reviews about meat grinders of different companies.
ikko4ka
Hello everyone! I have a Brown meat grinder for several years, the power is 1500W. When I bought it, they promised that the meat grinder would grind bones, and it happened - if a bone suddenly gets in the meat, it scrolls. The higher the power, the better the performance. And I was in the service center, there are a lot of spare parts. parts for all Brown technique.
julifera
chirkof, I bought a meat grinder a couple of months ago and previously studied everything that could only be found about meat grinders.

In almost 95% of cases, plastic is inside (this does not include professional equipment, only consumer goods)

I stopped at two models of two companies, which are considered the most reliable inside and the percentage of breakdowns is minimal:

- Panasonic 1800 (or 1500 as indicated here)
- Kenwood 510

1. Kenwoods - louder and cheaper,
Panasy are much more expensive and work quieter.

2. Panas - a kind of big coffin, plastic case,
Kenwood - miniature, metal body, metal bowl.

As a result, I took Kenwood 510 - both cheaper and more comfortable in my hands, I practically do not use auto-reverse, I take all the veins, a specific knife with light roundings.
So I recommend

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