KitchenAid Artisan Metallic Chrome Food Mixer £329.00 with Free £90 Ice Cream Maker Accessory, £46 5-piece Bakeware Set and KitchenAid Cookbook @ Harts of Stur
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KitchenAid Artisan Metallic Chrome Food Mixer £329.00 with Free £90 Ice Cream Maker Accessory, £46 5-piece Bakeware Set and KitchenAid Cookbook @ Harts of Stur

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Found 27th Jul 2016
Haven't seen such a good deal on an Artisan mixer in quite some time. Unfortunately not the colour we're after but I suspect someone will be. Usually a lot pricier for just the mixer, but with £135+ worth of extras thrown in it's hard to say no to this one.
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    good price with extras although I doubt you'd pay £46 for 5 baking trays oO
    At £329 you might as well buy a Hobart, Professional mixer that all the bakeries use, home use will probably last 30 years
    Edited by: "Georgedeals" 27th Jul 2016
    These are for rich dudes!
    Georgedeals

    At £329 you might as well buy a Hobart, Professional mixer that all the … At £329 you might as well buy a Hobart, Professional mixer that all the bakeries use, home use will probably last 30 years



    Hobart's start from around £2000
    Far too expensive for me, but nevertheless an excellent deal if this is the level of mixer you want.
    Kenwood K Mix much better value


    Edited by: "Jaybeam" 27th Jul 2016
    Jaybeam

    Kenwood K Mix much better value



    The reviews say otherwise generally better for the kitchenaid
    donslibi

    The reviews say otherwise generally better for the kitchenaid



    ​depends which reviews you're reading as I find the reviews are mainly in the kenwoods favour. Personally I have the kmix and love it made baking so much easier.
    Individual preference, but not really relevant to the fact this is a really good deal.
    Usually the discounted machines are the shonky colours and this is quite classy and while the machine is about the right price, the accessories make this such a good deal.
    If I didn't already have one, I'd go for this - voted Hot.
    Jaybeam

    Kenwood K Mix much better value


    I beg to differ, the KMix isn't direct drive which means it has more moving parts and is more likely to fail.
    Georgedeals

    At £329 you might as well buy a Hobart, Professional mixer that all the … At £329 you might as well buy a Hobart, Professional mixer that all the bakeries use, home use will probably last 30 years


    Where are you finding a new Hobart that is a comparable price?
    The N50 is almost £3k, all other models range from 10+ litre capacities which is far too large for home use.
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    adhkarzf

    good price with extras although I doubt you'd pay £46 for 5 baking trays … good price with extras although I doubt you'd pay £46 for 5 baking trays oO



    Agreed! I've find the Sainsbury's range is really good on a side-note. About £3 for a tray and the non-stick coating is damn good
    BenWoodford

    Agreed! I've find the Sainsbury's range is really good on a side-note. … Agreed! I've find the Sainsbury's range is really good on a side-note. About £3 for a tray and the non-stick coating is damn good



    ​yep also like the sainsburys bake ware very good quality stuff only buy it when on offer though or reduced.
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