My Kenwood Chef (from the 1970's) has finally given up the ghost. A new one the same size would cost £400 then the mincer attachment another £150.
I thought long and hard about replacing it (or getting it fixed which we may still do). For now though, I hardly use the rest of it so we shopped around for just a mincer.
We settled for a Duronic as it had quite good reviews. It is very powerful and noisy, making me jump when I switched it on:
Whilst in the mood, I also made two crumbles using the brambles, dried apples and apricots: