KitchenAid Artisan - Electric Blue Glass Bowl £343.48 @ House of Fraser
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KitchenAid Artisan - Electric Blue Glass Bowl £343.48 @ House of Fraser

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Found 20th Aug 2013
Probably go cold as it is still a lot of money for a mixer but this is a good price for this particular model.

To get the price you need to enter code nus10 at checkout.

Yes it is cheaper in the states (about £260) but this is the best price I could find for a UK model and it is an awesome colour!

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343.48 for a glass bowl, I would say it will

Edited by: "canada16" 20th Aug 2013

good price!!

Electric blue glass is quite rare, almost like kryptonite. Well worth it.

Thanks.

This is good, i'm interested in the black colour which comes to 386.10 with code but i will wait to see if it ever comes up under £350. Heat added though

Considering these are very expensive, any sort of discount is very welcome. HOT.

I was lucky enough to pick one up last year for £250 at Currys in black with a metal bowl though. I love it.

Fussy

This is good, i'm interested in the black colour which comes to 386.10 … This is good, i'm interested in the black colour which comes to 386.10 with code but i will wait to see if it ever comes up under £350. Heat added though



Black version with free Heston weighing scales is £349 here:

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don't forget tcb 2.2%

Anything for the apple green colour? Thanks in advance.

Thanks Joon. I actually tried to post that deal the other day but HUKD want having any of it!

Lola... you were very lucky to get it at that price!

Kitchenaid or Kenwood KMix ???

which one is better or no different in term of quality and else?

How many cakes do you have to bake before one of those becomes "good value"? My first car cost about that much.

mackenfy

Kitchenaid or Kenwood KMix ???which one is better or no different in term … Kitchenaid or Kenwood KMix ???which one is better or no different in term of quality and else?

KMix gets better usability and reliability scores on Which? And the attachments on the Artisan look spindly in comparison. The KMix has a flexi beater with it now which they don't mention on Amazon.

How the hell do they think it's worth anywhere near that much? Casing, motor, bowl, mixer accessory, it can't be worth more than about £30 at the most.

A microwave uses many more raw materials (ruling out idiots shouting "but lots of metal!"), and is orders of magnitude more complex.

You can buy cars for that money.

Microwaves are cheaply made, easier to make, require cheap components, don't have as many moving parts, and have hardly any torque, it's hardly a comparison.

Roph

How the hell do they think it's worth anywhere near that much? Casing, … How the hell do they think it's worth anywhere near that much? Casing, motor, bowl, mixer accessory, it can't be worth more than about £30 at the most.A microwave uses many more raw materials (ruling out idiots shouting "but lots of metal!"), and is orders of magnitude more complex.You can buy cars for that money.



Are you serious brand wise these have been in use by professionals and even the navy for years
If u want quality don.t be a cheapskate, as with all things in life if you need it buy it, if you want it why and will you use it
The missus has one and loves it, I on the other hand need to exercise more due to all the great baking

Ps. Simple economics is to price an item at what you can sell it for, definately a niche market, would you sell a microwave for £4 when you know you can sell it for 10x

PPS you can buy cars for £10m plus don.t mean it.ll function the same as a £100 fiesta with no t&t

Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 26th Aug 2013

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