Sorry, but I can't! We bought one about 10 years ago and it hasn't skipped a beat. It weighs a tonne and I can imagine we'll still have it in another 4 decades, it just feels like the kind of machine you could and would repair, solid metal etc.
If you bake (or want to bake) or anything else mixing-related they're fantastic. It makes the best Yorkshire pudding batter and meringues!
We've never used any of the weird/fancy nozzles like the ice cream maker or sausage maker or whatever, just the plain whisk and dough mixer.
Kenwood kmix is better. Picked mine up from the kenwood outlet which is local to me.
Never make my gyoza skins in it though, always do that on the worktop.