Kitchenaid Artisan £299.95 from John Lewis (Today Only)
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Kitchenaid Artisan £299.95 from John Lewis (Today Only)

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Found 15th Dec 2015
Been waiting for this to come down in price. With Mary inspiring my Mrs she wants a decent mixer and this seems just the trick! Plus standard John Lewis servicing guarantee of 5 years!! Can't go wrong!

Thanks to Basualdo I've just found out you can also claim a Free Joseph Joseph Index Chopping Board with knives & Scales worth £125!

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Great price but only available in raspberry ice. Lovely colour but would not suit my kitchen.I am sfter the almond cream colour. Still at £363.69
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I just got it in black from here johnlewis.com/kit…668

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Says more than 10 in stock...
You did really well to get black at that price. That is a real bargain. A very good find.
Oh I want one, excellent price can't justify it this side of Christmas though. Hope they in January sales!
Just bought one in black. Thanks.
sheilajay

Great price but only available in raspberry ice. Lovely colour but would … Great price but only available in raspberry ice. Lovely colour but would not suit my kitchen.I am sfter the almond cream colour. Still at £363.69


Not a lovely colour at all.
Thanks OP, out of stock everywhere yesterday! Just made a big saving. :-)
andreasuk

Not a lovely colour at all.



Wow it's almost as though liking a colour is personal taste and that everyone is different! Shocker!
Excellent deal. Classic white available at Amazon for 249 if anyone interested. [url=KitchenAid K45SS Classic Stand Mixer - White https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000744SZW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_hn8BwbQJNYJNW]classic white from amazon[/url]
An excellent cupboard filler to go with the bread maker and ice cream maker
When we have finished squabbling over the colour these are awesome. I have two! I'm a cake designer and mine get used pretty much daily.....they certainly get put through their paces! Would always recommend xx (Had my first one about 5 years and still going strong) x
mario2001

Excellent deal. Classic white available at Amazon for 249 if anyone … Excellent deal. Classic white available at Amazon for 249 if anyone interested. [url=KitchenAid K45SS Classic Stand Mixer - White https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000744SZW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_hn8BwbQJNYJNW]classic white from amazon[/url]



Usual price unfortunately, this is the KitchenAid Classic model as opposed to OP's deal which is the KitchenAid Artisan. Not as good a model!
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JonN

Usual price unfortunately, this is the KitchenAid Classic model as … Usual price unfortunately, this is the KitchenAid Classic model as opposed to OP's deal which is the KitchenAid Artisan. Not as good a model!


Plus only a 2 year warranty compared to big John's 5 year bonanza!
we make cakes professionally and had one of these to start with. however we soon found that the jug was not big enough for our needs and we had to make buttercream in multiple batches. was considering buying a bigger kitchen aid until research showed that Kenwood 1000W mixers are the way to go. jug is half as big again so we can now get away with fewer batches. plus Kenwood more powerful
Very good price for Artisan machine. Bought 2 years ago. It's excellent.
gr8h8me

An excellent cupboard filler to go with the bread maker and ice cream … An excellent cupboard filler to go with the bread maker and ice cream maker



You spend £300 just to fill your cupboard that's a waste of money then
I really want onebut can't justify spending that much. I think I might just have to go for the kenwood kmix. Any reviews guys? Is there a big difference
mr_waazo

I really want onebut can't justify spending that much. I think I might … I really want onebut can't justify spending that much. I think I might just have to go for the kenwood kmix. Any reviews guys? Is there a big difference



I've got the kmix and it gets used regularly it's mixed everything I've needed it too and I bake a lot. I used to want the kitchenaid but now I've got the kmix I'm more than happy.
argosextra

You spend £300 just to fill your cupboard that's a waste of money then


better than spending RRP surely?
plus...wait for it... its called a joke
Great deal - paid £470 for this in John Lewis 6 months ago!
300 w power, that can't be right ?
Great price
Look at Andrew James mixers. Much cheaper and they look good. They are more powerful than KitchenAid and some have a much bigger capacity. I chose a large one and can mix 3lb of flour in it for bread. Most kitchenAids I have seen can't do that. I think you are paying more for the name.
adhkarzf

I've got the kmix and it gets used regularly it's mixed everything I've … I've got the kmix and it gets used regularly it's mixed everything I've needed it too and I bake a lot. I used to want the kitchenaid but now I've got the kmix I'm more than happy.


My Andrew James is loads cheaper and more powerful. Delighted with it.
argosextra

You spend £300 just to fill your cupboard that's a waste of money then



There's an Ice Cream maker attachment from what I recall. Got my candy apple red one a while ago when it was on sale somewhere, and price matched at JL, and it came with a huge glass mixing jug and the food processor with blades for free so it was a great offer

Pleased with it. Don't use it a huge amount but I do use it for food processing when im cooking a big meal or making a cake/meringue.
WheresMeNuts

300 w power, that can't be right ?



its direct drive so uses less energy - like the direct drive washing machines i guess
how they compare with traditional models i dunno but i have never seen anyone complain about the power of these
I can vouch for the KitchenAid Artisan. Its a class leader by far. If you want bigger mixes/batches you can buy bigger bowls for it (in a variety of materials like metal, glass etc) multiple attachments and heads for pretty much any culinary requirement. And the thing is made of solid metal from head to base. No cheap plastic like the Kmix and other brands. Easy to use and clean, and an absolute must for any baker, casual or otherwise. Again, I have mentioned before on HUKD, the 'classic' model is physically smaller and less powerful as the Artisan. So make sure, if you do purchase, that it is the correct model you want to buy.
Fantastic price! If only I could even now afford it!!
Fantastic price and I know my Wife would love it but we just don't have enough room for it
Basualdo

Also worth noting these freebies with … Also worth noting these freebies with it:http://www.kitchenaidredemptions.co.uk/mixer_joseph.php



This is the deal clincher for me ...any hesitation in buying has now gone...thanks alot
Great find, black one ordered for the missus. It's what she wanted for xmas. Had looked at the factory seconds on ebay from Belgium at around same price but JL 5 year warranty makes this a great deal. Heat added.
Basualdo

Also worth noting these freebies with … Also worth noting these freebies with it:http://www.kitchenaidredemptions.co.uk/mixer_joseph.php



Top man... Already ordered for my Wife but this makes it even sweeter.
Many thanks to you and the op.
jgtuk

Top man... Already ordered for my Wife but this makes it even sweeter. … Top man... Already ordered for my Wife but this makes it even sweeter. Many thanks to you and the op.


A great deal OP,voted hot shame the freebies have changed from the last offer which was Free Food Processor Attachment & Glass Bowl which I would have found more useful.
Brilliant deal, have wanted one for so long but just could not afford it, won a £25.00 voucher for JL last week and have now put it towards the cost of the mixer, making it £275.00, thanks op
Fantastic! Thanks so much perfect timing for me.
brilly

its direct drive so uses less energy - like the direct drive washing … its direct drive so uses less energy - like the direct drive washing machines i guesshow they compare with traditional models i dunno but i have never seen anyone complain about the power of these


Careful, Within a given manufacturer's product lineup, it is an indicator of how powerful the motor will be, but the wattage indicated is the power consumed by the mixer, not the power produced by the motor. It's a marketing gimmick, pure and simple.

Given two motors that perform equally well (say the 325 watt motor in the KitchenAid Pro 500 vs. the 800 watt motor in the Cuisinart SM-55), it's actually better to pick the one with lower wattage, as it produces equal results with less than half the power consumption!
getmeone

Careful, Within a given manufacturer's product lineup, it is an indicator … Careful, Within a given manufacturer's product lineup, it is an indicator of how powerful the motor will be, but the wattage indicated is the power consumed by the mixer, not the power produced by the motor. It's a marketing gimmick, pure and simple.Given two motors that perform equally well (say the 325 watt motor in the KitchenAid Pro 500 vs. the 800 watt motor in the Cuisinart SM-55), it's actually better to pick the one with lower wattage, as it produces equal results with less than half the power consumption!


me be careful>!!?!?

obviously within a range using same tech - more watts = more mixing power

but thats the thing - we cant compare these directly between manufacturers on wattage alone as they dont use the exact same tech

you apparently have knowledge on how 325 watt motor in the KitchenAid Pro 500 compares vs. the 800 watt motor in the Cuisinart SM-55 - great but most dont so they cant then choose the lower wattage one automatically
sadly and after speaking to the Mrs, she wants the almond cream colour which is £64 dearer. It looks like it will be a long wait for an offer on that colour

Edited by: "sam1970" 15th Dec 2015
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