I have that Kenwood model, or something very similar, too. It works well, but it it is a very small mini-chopper - it really depends what your friend expects to do with it. 350mls is only a couple of slices of bread if you're making crumbs, or an onion, a bit of ginger, garlic and some spices for a spice marinade. The lid isn't a tight seal either, so you mustn't overfill it if you are making something that's fairly liquid.
I find the larger Braun chopper, part of a set with a hand-blender too, much more useful, but of course, in a higher price range.
There's a Russell Hobbs model with a larger bowl, but not as good reviews as the Kenwood: https://www.argos.co.uk/product/9176320