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This is actually a fairly standard price for this bundle. It's on Very for £329 which I assume means you can get 15% off if it's your first order.

The RRP is £499 or something I dunno who buys a KitchenAid at that price. They're regularly around the £300 mark. A hot deal would be under £300 I reckon (John Lewis are pretty good for clearing them out but it's generally store specific and it's a case of how low you're prepared to let it go before you bite)
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Everywhere else i saw at this price didnt have the ice cream maker but you are right very have it at a similar price. That being said to get 15% off there you have to open a credit account which some people wont be keen on
3% Quidco for Wayfair
MarkOfTheDead6 h, 26 m ago

This is actually a fairly standard price for this bundle. It's on Very for …This is actually a fairly standard price for this bundle. It's on Very for £329 which I assume means you can get 15% off if it's your first order. The RRP is £499 or something I dunno who buys a KitchenAid at that price. They're regularly around the £300 mark. A hot deal would be under £300 I reckon (John Lewis are pretty good for clearing them out but it's generally store specific and it's a case of how low you're prepared to let it go before you bite)


John Lewis last week had £229 online with 400 in stock
This is not a good deal
I'd rather just buy 314 quids worth of cakes from the shop.
I literally.. that.. lazy...
Am I missing something? Why would anyone pay this sort of money when the Kenwood Chef can be had for less and often much less?
fiqqer8 m ago

Am I missing something? Why would anyone pay this sort of money when the …Am I missing something? Why would anyone pay this sort of money when the Kenwood Chef can be had for less and often much less?


That's true. Why would you bother buying a BMW when you can buy a Honda
soulio8th Oct

That's true. Why would you bother buying a BMW when you can buy a Honda


This KitchenAid is better than the Kenwood Titanium? Convince me.

From all my reading, those that have owned both and those that have reviewed both choose the Kenwood. The Kenwood also has more attachments and the attachments cost less. The Kenwood Chef I bought 35 years ago is still working today with regular weekly use and has never needed to be repaired.

prettywittycakes.co.uk/blo…est
Most thorough of the reviews chooses Kenwood "hands down"

frannysfeed.com/kit…ef/
For price and attachments it is Kenwood. For looks it is KitchenAid

thingswemake.co.uk/201…id/
Kenwood

dailymail.co.uk/fem…tml
Kenwood - Bakeoff changed from KitchenAid to Kenwood.

charlotteskitchendiary.com/201…id/
No stated preference but mentions Kenwood is £80 cheaper and is more versatile.

stylescoop.co.za/201…an/
Kenwood - definitely. KitchenAid broke down after 3 uses and 2 machines within1 month!
Edited by: "fiqqer" 9th Oct 2018
£199 on amazon Black Friday last year
soulio55 m ago

That's true. Why would you bother buying a BMW when you can buy a Honda


Good comparison. Honda every time, the Kenwood will still be working long after the KitchenAid has been scrapped and turned into tin cans.
fiqqer2 h, 59 m ago

This KitchenAid is better than the Kenwood Titanium? Convince me. From …This KitchenAid is better than the Kenwood Titanium? Convince me. From all my reading, those that have owned both and those that have reviewed both choose the Kenwood. The Kenwood also has more attachments and the attachments cost less. The Kenwood Chef I bought 35 years ago is still working today with regular weekly use and has never needed to be repaired.https://www.prettywittycakes.co.uk/blog/kenwood-vs-kitchen-aid-which-one-bestMost thorough of the reviews chooses Kenwood "hands down"http://frannysfeed.com/kitchenaid-artisan-versus-kenwood-chef/For price and attachments it is Kenwood. For looks it is KitchenAidhttps://thingswemake.co.uk/2010/12/02/kenwood-vs-kitchenaid/Kenwoodhttps://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-3187706/As-Great-British-Bake-scraps-KitchenAid-favour-inferior-Kenwood-kMix-FEMAIL-puts-two-gadgets-test.htmlKenwood - Bakeoff changed from KitchenAid to Kenwood.http://www.charlotteskitchendiary.com/2012/04/16/granary-bread-kenwood-vs-kitchen-aid/No stated preference but mentions Kenwood is £80 cheaper and is more versatile.http://www.stylescoop.co.za/2013/05/10/kenwood-titanium-major-kitcenaid-artisan/Kenwood - definitely. KitchenAid broke down after 3 uses and 2 machines within 3 months!


I can't be bothered. If you want a Kenwood buy a Kenwood. It's quite simple.
soulio35 m ago

I can't be bothered. If you want a Kenwood buy a Kenwood. It's quite …I can't be bothered. If you want a Kenwood buy a Kenwood. It's quite simple.



The last 13 words are redundant.
soulio14 h, 22 m ago

That's true. Why would you bother buying a BMW when you can buy a Honda


Honda engineering is superior so yes I would opt for a Honda
Edited by: "mb1357" 9th Oct 2018
Great if you’re on the lookout for one of these, I have tried one and to be honest I prefer my kenwood K-mix.

Mine is over 5 years old now, use it 3/4 times a week and still going strong for a fraction of the price.


Bonus if you are after an ice cream maker/bowl
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Ts189914 h, 21 m ago

£199 on amazon Black Friday last year


But how much is the time machine?
deleted2351719th Oct

But how much is the time machine?


£113, so still cheaper!

I got one from John Lewis last week at £219 too, and because of that I don't feel this price is hot.
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but they are no longer at that price at john lewis so again thats not much good for anyone that wants one now lol.
Simple point. KitchenAid is owned by Whirlpool now... The same people who own Hotpoint... indesit... say no more...
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