Bosch MCM3100WGB MultiTalent 3 2.3 Litre Compact 700W Food Processor - White

Available from 29th May 2024
  • Additional InformationSafe use: Rubber suction for more stability and greater safety , Cord Wrap
  • BluetoothNo
  • Depth28.5 cm
  • Dough bladeYes
  • Features700 Watt, Variable Speed, 2.3 Litre Bowl with Lid, Anti-Slip Feet
  • Height (cm)36.5 cm
  • Key Feature 1700 Watt, Variable Speed
  • Key Feature 22.3 Litre Bowl with Lid
  • Key Feature 3Anti-Slip Feet
  • Max capacity (Litres)2.30
  • Power Rating (Watts)700
  • Shipping Depth28.5 cm
  • Shipping Height36.5 cm
  • Shipping Width26.8 cm
  • Slicing discYes
  • Smart ConnectNo
  • Weight2.85 kg
  • Wi-FiNo
  • Manufacturer Guarantee1 year
  • EAN4242005043415

This food-processor comes with with more than 20 functions

Main Features & Benefits

20 functions: to suit every preparatory need

The MultiTalent 3 means you can do with many other machines cluttering up your kitchen. It can cut, grate, and chop vegetables, knead bread, grind coffee beans, blend your favourite mix of herbs.

2.3 Litre Transparent Plastic Bowl

With this bowl with lid, which includes a stuffer, easily see and check if the yeast dough has already risen without having to open the bowl.


The accessories, which come with the MultiTalent 3, can all be stored easily in the 2.3 litre bowl. It all comes with the smart markings, so it's easy and quick to put the accessories back together again.

Dishwasher-safe Accessories

After you are all done with you mixing, chopping, and blending it is easy to rinse any of the accessories under running water. When you have completely finished, all the accessories clean easily in the dishwasher.

Rubber Suction System for Safe Use

This food processor comes with a rubber suction system, which means the appliance is not slipping about over the kitchen work surfaces when in operation. This feature ensures extra stability and safety, whilst working.

More Information
Manufacturer Bosch
GTIN 4242005043415
Model Number MCM3100WGB
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