OMG this deal is great! The offer is for more than one colour KITCHENAID 5KSM125BAC Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer - Almond Cream £329 @ Currys
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OMG this deal is great! The offer is for more than one colour KITCHENAID 5KSM125BAC Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer - Almond Cream £329 @ Currys

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Found 28th Mar
I’ve been waiting for a good deal for a stand mixer for months now and this is definatly the best.
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Yes you can buy several inferior products for less, well done
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Or 2 of these?

argos.co.uk/pro…266
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 28th Mar
i know we don't have time machine etc etc but it was for £240 from kitchenaid ebay refurb store
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Welcome to the site @MJaii love the fuchsia pink version
Yes you can buy several inferior products for less, well done
this smells of promotion
BFCsider11 m ago

Or 6 of these with …Or 6 of these with change?https://www.aldi.co.uk/ambiano-stand-food-mixer/p/083042211794500


Or 300 hand balloon whisks. But not quite the same thing
Technoman230 m ago

Or 2 of these?http://www.argos.co.uk/product/4819266?


Love my kenwood one highly recommend
Any deal that has "omg this deal is great" in the title is automatically cold,op probably works there.
Edited by: "Snakeyes646" 28th Mar
Not going well for the op is it
Over priced Chinese made "glamour" brand, like Dyson, Apple, Smeg and Dualit.
You can't go wrong with a Russell.
300w motor? What? This would burn out in no time with the punishment I give my unfashionable substance over style Kenwood every week.
bradevosprint2 h, 0 m ago

Yes you can buy several inferior products for less, well done


Don't knock the Aldi ones. In a blind test on a TV program, a snob family thought it was a premium brand, and snubbed the Kitchenaid and Smeg mixers as inferior.
89quidyoucantgowrong28 m ago

300w motor? What? This would burn out in no time with the punishment I …300w motor? What? This would burn out in no time with the punishment I give my unfashionable substance over style Kenwood every week.


Plagiarized.

Despite the fact that many manufacturers boast their motor wattages in their advertising (for instance, Cuisinart does a side-by-side comparison of their 800 watt SM-55 mixer vs. the 325 watts offered by the KitchenAid Artisan), these numbers actually mean very little. 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!
Edited by: "getmeone" 28th Mar
Got a stand mixer from Lidl (3 years ago) and it's every bit as good as the top brands . Came with a blender , dough hook, beater and a whisk. Has a large bowl and a 1200 Watt motor , ideal for heavy jobs like bread making. Only cost £79 !! with a 3 year warrenty and they still have them in from time to time.
Edited by: "yorkie12" 28th Mar
getmeone19 m ago

Plagiarized.Despite the fact that many manufacturers boast their motor …Plagiarized.Despite the fact that many manufacturers boast their motor wattages in their advertising (for instance, Cuisinart does a side-by-side comparison of their 800 watt SM-55 mixer vs. the 325 watts offered by the KitchenAid Artisan), these numbers actually mean very little. 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!


Come on , surely an 800 watt motor has more power than 325 watt . Have I wasted my money on my car too ? Is a 1.5 litre engine as good as a 2.2?
bseal194728th Mar

Or 300 hand balloon whisks. But not quite the same thing


But if she doing serious baking she would not go for aldi one. I wouldn't. Got hand blender there... No comment
"OMG this deal is great!"

Stopped reading.

Voted cold.
yorkie123 h, 43 m ago

Got a stand mixer from Lidl (3 years ago) and it's every bit as good as …Got a stand mixer from Lidl (3 years ago) and it's every bit as good as the top brands . Came with a blender , dough hook, beater and a whisk. Has a large bowl and a 1200 Watt motor , ideal for heavy jobs like bread making. Only cost £79 !! with a 3 year warrenty and they still have them in from time to time.


Bought a kitchenaid classic 8 years ago and it was as good as new until I sold it a month ago. Sold it for 50% more than the original proce, wonder what your Lidl one will be worth in 8 years time...
M0RPH56 m ago

Bought a kitchenaid classic 8 years ago and it was as good as new until I …Bought a kitchenaid classic 8 years ago and it was as good as new until I sold it a month ago. Sold it for 50% more than the original proce, wonder what your Lidl one will be worth in 8 years time...


Hypothetical really as I think I'll still be able to afford a replacement or two.... Still as good as new at the moment , Bought mine to use not as an investment. I think I've had my monies worth already , it gets used every other day for making bread plus other stuff too. Why did you sell your old one if it was that good ?
Edited by: "yorkie12" 28th Mar
getmeone8 h, 58 m ago

Plagiarized.Despite the fact that many manufacturers boast their motor …Plagiarized.Despite the fact that many manufacturers boast their motor wattages in their advertising (for instance, Cuisinart does a side-by-side comparison of their 800 watt SM-55 mixer vs. the 325 watts offered by the KitchenAid Artisan), these numbers actually mean very little. 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!


Produced by a label slave to justify wasting their money on a product based on its appearance instead of its abilities. The same 'information' has been replicated word for word many times across the web. I very much doubt a 300w mixer is three times more 'efficient' than a 1000w mixer and so able to work consistently under heavy load without burning out. Kitchen aid mixers have weak motors so they have to make claims like this to justify their offer. There are plenty of unique and independent articles advising consumers to choose mixers with high wattage motors if they are going to use them seriously. Kitchen Aid's claims are, in their own words, a marketing gimmick pure and simple. Thankfully, they are mostly bought as kitchen ornaments anyway.
Very interesting tare down / un-boxing of a similar one here (caution NSFW - but funny)
Roderz41 m ago

Very interesting tare down / un-boxing of a similar one here (caution NSFW …Very interesting tare down / un-boxing of a similar one here (caution NSFW - but funny)



"...as a happily-married man of ten years I'm quite familiar with handwork..."
yorkie1215 h, 53 m ago

Hypothetical really as I think I'll still be able to afford a replacement …Hypothetical really as I think I'll still be able to afford a replacement or two.... Still as good as new at the moment , Bought mine to use not as an investment. I think I've had my monies worth already , it gets used every other day for making bread plus other stuff too. Why did you sell your old one if it was that good ?


Sold it because I bought an artisan model in its place. Delighted with it as well.
Made in the USA. Used a lot in our house for making all sorts of dough - saving a lot of effort making it by hand, and have found it a great help. However, had trouble with our first Artisan after 2 months - a bolt shot out at high speed with the mixer of lowest setting. Returned it via the shop to Kitchenaid, and it got lost in their system. Shop offered replacement. Not impressed with the service, but more than happy with the replacement machine
Edited by: "sokratesagogo" 29th Mar
The funny thing is people keep compare this brand with other brands. Personally, this website is not asking all of your reviews about products. This is where people post the best deal or price of one product. If you don't like the product itself for some reasons, it is fine as anyone has their own opinion. In this case, just simply ignore it rather than comparing. Whatever you buy on the market, there always something cheaper somewhere. So just be fair "what you pay, what you get"
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