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This KitchenAid Classic Stand Mixer White is £179.99 @ Amazon. **** To get it for just £139.99 delivered Use Discount Code: YIWEV78P ****

Best price I have seen for this yet ....

The kitchenAid K45 mixer has a 4 litre bowl and a tilt back mixer head design that provides easy access to the bowl. It has a smooth rounded design for easy cleaning and usage and its direct drive motor makes it silent. Its reliable and long lasting and uses a single attachment hub for ease of use and versatility. With its full metal construction, its robust, stable and durable. It uses original planetary action for fast and thorough mixing and a large capacity bowl for preparing small to large quantities of food. This product is a fabulous mixer that makes light work of cake, batters, sponges and meringues thanks to a direct motor, whisk beater and dough hook.

* Direct drive motor
* Unique planetary action
* Ten speeds
* Tilt mixer head
* Dough hook
* Beater
* Wire whisk
* 4 Litre bowl
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KitchenAid has progressed considerably since it launched the first domestic stand mixer, a classic iconic shape of the early 20th century, designed by one of the great American style gurus, Egmont Arens, back in 1937. There is now a complete KitchenAid Artisan Collection that looks equally stylish and is made with the same attention to detail as it always was. The Collection is available in the widest range of colours on the market and includes a host of beautiful, functional appliances including a blender, toaster, espresso maker, burr grinder and food processor, as well as the original mixer. All of the products have the same tactile, 'retro' look, with solid knobs, buttons and smooth curved lines. Every item in the KitchenAid Collection is still assembled by hand from reassuringly solid die-cast metal parts, receiving the individual attention to detail vital to ensuring top performance and quality.
KitchenAid stands for beautiful design, reliability, efficiency and effectiveness - built to look and feel good, but also built for function and hard work.

Box Contents

1 x Mixer
1 x Dough hook
1 x Whisk
1 x Flat beater
1 x Instruction book
#2
Good one, my wife has one and swears by it H/R for you:thumbsup:
#3
Brilliant offer - thanks!:thumbsup:

Quick question - what is the code for and is it applicable to other products too?

Ta!
#4
Brilliant kitchen gadget, i've had mine a couple of years now and I wouldn't be without it - fantastic price for this HOT :).
#5
WonderWoman
Brilliant kitchen gadget, i've had mine a couple of years now and I wouldn't be without it - fantastic price for this HOT :).


Agreed. Got ours about 3 years ago for about £150 in a very short lived cock up from John Lewis and that was a bargain then. Just make sure you keep long hair tied well back when using... certain members of our family found this out the hard way... ouch!!!
[mod]#6
Thanks guys :)

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Brilliant offer - thanks!:thumbsup:

Quick question - what is the code for and is it applicable to other products too?

Ta!


This code is only applicable to give the further reduction on this particular item :)
#7
For what you are paying, this is cheap.

I bought my partner one (different model and colour) for about £350 a couple of years ago. This is worth it for the money and looks great in a kitchen.
#8
What is the difference between this and the Artisan range?
banned#9
Nash
For what you are paying, this is cheap.

I bought my partner one (different model and colour) for about £350 a couple of years ago. This is worth it for the money and looks great in a kitchen.


The coloured Artisan model has a more powerful motor and a bigger bowl. You get get them last year at Xmas from amazon for £199.
#10
I got this for my mum's birthday when it was £150 which was a great price.
Does anyone know a good book to use with this as my mum doesn't really know how to use it, so if you know of a good mixer book then please can you let me know! Thanks.
#11
Just ordered one thanks - my hubby doesnt know he has bought this for xmas for me yet!

Never seen them this cheap

well found
Many thanks
#12
Just saved me £40 - tvm
#13
Great deal :)
#14
fab price. I paid £300 2 years ago. Brilliant piece of kit if you cook, bake bread make butter.
#15
Bought. Hot. Rep.


Edit: oops, you're a moderator. Ah well, I tried.
#16
is the voucher still valid can not get mine to work?
#17
sickly sweet
I got this for my mum's birthday when it was £150 which was a great price.
Does anyone know a good book to use with this as my mum doesn't really know how to use it, so if you know of a good mixer book then please can you let me know! Thanks.


Ditto on the mixer book if any can recommend a really good one (pref with good photos to compare results also).

BTW personally i am looking to purchased the Kenwood Patissier mixer that is around £100. Looks same spec & tool. Looks more modern and cheaper. But I aint an expert. :oops:
#18
£149 now and Voucher not working.
#19
flashpanther
Ditto on the mixer book if any can recommend a really good one (pref with good photos to compare results also).

BTW personally i am looking to purchased the Kenwood Patissier mixer that is around £100. Looks same spec & tool. Looks more modern and cheaper. But I aint an expert. :oops:


Oh is it. I've been eyeing up that Kenwood for a while. Thanks.

I'm not sure why anyone needs a mixer book, surely all you do is mix whatever you would mix by hand in it? Particularly those things that take a lot of elbow grease - cream, egg whites, bread dough etc. In which case any recipe book should be fine. Besides looking at the mixer recipe books on Amazon they don't have the greatest ratings. Although there are some on there for 1p with £2.75 postage.
#20
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#21
raeble
Oh is it. I've been eyeing up that Kenwood for a while. Thanks.

I'm not sure why anyone needs a mixer book, surely all you do is mix whatever you would mix by hand in it? Particularly those things that take a lot of elbow grease - cream, egg whites, bread dough etc. In which case any recipe book should be fine. Besides looking at the mixer recipe books on Amazon they don't have the greatest ratings. Although there are some on there for 1p with £2.75 postage.


Anyone recommend a recipe book then please ideal for use with a mixer for a complete beginner to cooking please? Ideally with photos to show what the end product 'should' look like and with accurate recipies as some reviewed on amazon (i.e. the mixer books aforementioned) are stated as having incorrectly listed recipe ingredient ammounts.
#22
For mixers you are going to want baking and dessert recipes I'd think.
Mary Berry's Compete Cookbook is good for beginners. It has a little bit of everything and there are pictures - step by step ones for difficult things. The book doesn't purely focus on desserts. I would also say that recipes never always end up looking as good as they do in the book. What you need to worry about is the taste.
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mary-Berrys-Complete-Cookbook-Berry/dp/0751364401

There's also her ultimate cake book - not sure whether this one has lots of pictures
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Mary-Berrys-Ultimate-Cake-Book/dp/0563487518/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1227985319&sr=1-1
There are other of her books on Amazon. All have very good ratings.

Delia's complete cookery course would be another option but not so many pictures in that
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Delias-Complete-Cookery-Course-Classic/dp/0563362499/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1227985474&sr=1-2
She also has recipes with pictures on her website
http://www.deliaonline.com/

HTH
#23
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