KitchenAid Classic stand Mixer white now only £149 (was £299)

KitchenAid Classic stand Mixer white now only £149 (was £299)

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Found 25th Dec 2007
Manufacturer's Description
The kitchenAid K45 mixer has a 4 litre bowl and a tilt back mixer head design that provides easy access to the bowl. It has a smooth rounded design for easy cleaning and usage and its direct drive motor makes it silent. Its reliable and long lasting and uses a single attachment hub for ease of use and versatility. With its full metal construction, its robust, stable and durable. It uses original planetary action for fast and thorough mixing and a large capacity bowl for preparing small to large quantities of food. This product is a fabulous mixer that makes light work of cake, batters, sponges and meringues thanks to a direct motor, whisk beater and dough hook.
KitchenAid has progressed considerably since it launched the first domestic stand mixer, a classic iconic shape of the early 20th century, designed by one of the great American style gurus, Egmont Arens, back in 1937. There is now a complete KitchenAid Artisan Collection that looks equally stylish and is made with the same attention to detail as it always was. The Collection is available in the widest range of colours on the market and includes a host of beautiful, functional appliances including a blender, toaster, espresso maker, burr grinder and food processor, as well as the original mixer. All of the products have the same tactile, 'retro' look, with solid knobs, buttons and smooth curved lines. Every item in the KitchenAid Collection is still assembled by hand from reassuringly solid die-cast metal parts, receiving the individual attention to detail vital to ensuring top performance and quality.

KitchenAid stands for beautiful design, reliability, efficiency and effectiveness - built to look and feel good, but also built for function and hard work.

Box Contents

1 x Mixer

1 x Dough hook

1 x Whisk

1 x Flat beater

1 x Instruction book

Product Features
Direct drive motor
Unique planetary action
Ten speeds
Tilt mixer head
Dough hook
Wire whisk
4 Litre bowl
Community Updates


No thanks. I have red one from the states that my G/F brought back and it was under a £100 - it works fine with UK 240 volt juice as well, once I snipped the plug.
Spotted this the other day.
So a US Kitchenaid works on UK voltage. I assumed you would need a transformer otherwise it would blow up. Wonder if the same applies to Dualit toasters, they are very cheap in the US as well.
I had one of these and hated it. Kenwood's are much better! ;-)
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