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KITCHENAID Artisan 4.8L Stand Mixer - Empire Red - £279.99 @ Currys + 5 year guarantee
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KITCHENAID Artisan 4.8L Stand Mixer - Empire Red - £279.99 @ Currys + 5 year guarantee

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Posted 1st Jan

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KITCHENAID Artisan 5KSM125BER Stand Mixer - Empire Red

4.8L mixer, in striking red @ Currys - with & year guarantee.

Plenty of chat about these before, basic details:

Includes 3 accessories
Power: 300 W
10 speed levels
Capacity: 4.8 litres
Dishwasher safe parts
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I ordered the same one during the Black Friday sale and received a black one. These are obsolete now, but absolutely amazing piece of kit.

Highly recommended.

Also, it comes with a 5 year guarantee.
Super price. Voted hot
amz84uk01/01/2020 19:49

I ordered the same one during the Black Friday sale and received a black …I ordered the same one during the Black Friday sale and received a black one. These are obsolete now, but absolutely amazing piece of kit. Highly recommended. Also, it comes with a 5 year guarantee.


Are there newer or better ones? Surely these are still great.
Lonners01/01/2020 21:31

Are there newer or better ones? Surely these are still great.


From what I read up, there isn’t any operational difference at all, so cannot justify the newer / expensive models.

It’s just cosmetically different such as the logo etc.

This is a fantastic price and with a 5 year guarantee, it’s a steal!
I bought the black version at the weekend from Very. It was £279 but found a 10% discount code online so got it for £252. TopCashback tracked at £14 too.
300W?
mrbenmillion01/01/2020 22:37

I bought the black version at the weekend from Very. It was £279 but found …I bought the black version at the weekend from Very. It was £279 but found a 10% discount code online so got it for £252. TopCashback tracked at £14 too.


Finding the red is a lot tougher it seems!
Hmmm think i'd possibly prefer the Sage or the kmix with the steel bowl-shame the kmix only comes with the faulty glass bowl and the steel bowl is extra tho...
Amazing piece of kit that works as well today as when I bought it for around 250 a few years ago, can highly recommend and this is an excellent price
There's Abit of different information floating around this site about models and versions (KitchenAid doesn't make it easy) and after doing research for the last month to purchase one myself I think I can provide Abit more info, the discontinued model was the KSM150 not the 125 as per above. Kitchenaid has recently introduced 4 tiers to their Artisan line (not to be confused with the KitchenAid classic line which does have a lower watt mixer at I believe 275w) the four tiers are pretty much the same mixer inside with cosmetic differences and differences in supplied accessories

KSM125: entry level 4.8L stainless bowl with whisk,flat beater and dough that are powder coated and whisk isn't dishwasher safe. available in basic colours ie silver, almond, black and red (regularly on sale for £279-329)
KSM156: custom store models usually is 125 with a glass bowl instead of a stainless steel (sale price usually about £320-350)
KSM175: cosmetic upgrades to mixer and bowl, all accessories of 125 plus pouring shield an extra 3L mini mixing bowl and flex edge beater. This model is most popular as it's available in all the colours of the rainbow .. it's usually the ones you see on cooking shows ie the ice blue, pistachio, powder coat pink etc (sale price usually £399-499 but cheaper if discontinued colour)
KSM185: few more cosmetic upgrades ie stainless steel switches plus everything in 175 EXCEPT flex edge as they provide more durable stainless steel mixing accessories in this one (ie this is the only model where the whisk is dishwasher friendly as the whole thing not just the balloon part is stainless) the colours and feel of this model are Abit more high end as well (sale price £449-599 depending on colour)

Also worth noting that the pricier 175 and 185 usually come with free gifts at diff retailers ie some give a glass bowl/ice cream attachment with these models as bonuses and kitchenaid themself give an extra ceramic bowl

Then we have the non Artisan lines i.e. the Mini, The Classic and the Pro lift up models but that's a whole nother story.
Edited by: "geoffDshops" 3rd Jan
geoffDshops03/01/2020 09:57

There's Abit of different information floating around this site about …There's Abit of different information floating around this site about models and versions (KitchenAid doesn't make it easy) and after doing research for the last month to purchase one myself I think I can provide Abit more info, the discontinued model was the KSM150 not the 125 as per above. Kitchenaid has recently introduced 4 tiers to their Artisan line (not to be confused with the KitchenAid classic line which does have a lower watt mixer at I believe 275w) the four tiers are pretty much the same mixer inside with cosmetic differences and differences in supplied accessories KSM125: entry level 4.8L stainless bowl with whisk,flat beater and dough that are powder coated and whisk isn't dishwasher safe. available in basic colours ie silver, almond, black and red (regularly on sale for £279-329)KSM156: custom store models usually is 125 with a glass bowl instead of a stainless steel (sale price usually about £320-350)KSM175: cosmetic upgrades to mixer and bowl, all accessories of 125 plus pouring shield an extra 3L mini mixing bowl and flex edge beater. This model is most popular as it's available in all the colours of the rainbow .. it's usually the ones you see on cooking shows ie the ice blue, pistachio, powder coat pink etc (sale price usually £399-499 but cheaper if discontinued colour)KSM185: few more cosmetic upgrades ie stainless steel switches plus everything in 175 EXCEPT flex edge as they provide more durable stainless steel mixing accessories in this one (ie this is the only model where the whisk is dishwasher friendly as the whole thing not just the balloon part is stainless) the colours and feel of this model are Abit more high end as well (sale price £449-599 depending on colour)Also worth noting that the pricier 175 and 185 usually come with free gifts at diff retailers ie some give a glass bowl/ice cream attachment with these models as bonuses and kitchenaid themself give an extra ceramic bowlThen we have the non Artisan lines i.e. the Mini, The Classic and the Pro lift up models but that's a whole nother story.


Excellent summary. The only thing I would add is that the 156 model, (the same model as the 150 but with a glass bowl instead of stainless steel), has also been discontinued.
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