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KitchenAid-KSM150 with Food Processor Attachment $699.95 + Shipping @ Kitchenware Direct

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Received an email from Kitchenwaredirect, seems to be a good deal, as the mixer itself usually cost $649 and the food processor about $350. And they are having 15% off for all the mixer attachments as well

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    Very good unit. We got one as a present some time ago and we are very happy with it. But it's expensive and the accessories are quite expensive as well. So much so, we would never have bought one if we had to spend our own money.
    On the other hand, some folks we know bought the Aldi version, which was featured here;
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/137196
    It seems pretty similar. I am no expert but I would be hard pressed to say where the KitchenAid version is markedly superior.

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    http://m.petersofkensington.com.au/Product/Detail/kitchenaid...

    $658. I think Same thing, with food processor bonus? Not sure colour.

    also, 300w only? strong enough?

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      i remember watching a foxtel documentary on sex machines and they were using a kitchenaid mixer to drive their appliances. Obviously a dependable product.

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        Yeah… "documentary"

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    http://www.kitchenwaredirect.com.au/KitchenAid-Artisan-Mixer... $599 for this colour

    whoops $699 with mixer attachment

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    The Food processor attachment appears to be a bonus from kitchenaid themselves: http://kitchenaid.com.au/blog/mothers-day-bonus-offer As such I am pretty sure you get the food processor with any purchase of Australian stock (so not specifically for buying from kitchenwaredirect). This makes what they appear to be doing with their prices really really dodgy. Eg they are saying you are getting 35% off the price of the mixer and food processor, when the food processor is a bonus from the manufacturer and not a discount that they are providing. Eg They are just charging their usual price for the stand mixer and claiming that they are giving you 35% off the package……

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    How is this $699 + delivery price a bagain. It's available from here for $658 + delivery. If you're lucky enough to have one of the 15% off coupons (max $50 discount) on your eBay account then you could knock it down to $608 + delivery.

    http://stores.ebay.com.au/petersofkensington?_nkw=Kitchenaid...

    Note that the KSM150 model has been superseded by the KSM160 model. But for what I see there appears to be no difference at all between the previous KSM150 and the KSM160 models other than the model number.

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      New model comes with extra smaller bowl

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    For $587 I can get 1100w motor of kenwood, Kenwood Food Mixer KVC5020T, so is this kitchen aid still better?

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      Kitchenaid is made in the USA with a 5 year warranty. I don't think the Kenwood is made in the USA. More like the Kenwood is made in China with a 1 year warranty. I'd reckon that the Kitchenaid is far superior in quality and warranty.

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      Choice recently reviewd bench mixers, the KVC5020 did score higher than the KSM150.

      Though my personal thoughts on choice reviews have gone down over the last few years.

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        True I don't think that choice review would be going into product quality and warranty. Like I said the Kenwood only has a 1 year standard warranty whereas the Kitchenaid has a standard 5 year warranty. What does that say about the manufacturers expectation of the product quality. Kitchenaid has a long history of high product quality and lasting a long time.

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    If you look at the graphic on the KitchenAid website (not text so cant copy/paste) it states the mothers day deal is not valid with any other offer.

    the KSM150 model RRP is $779, so the discount to $658 (15%) is another offer, meaning you may not be able to claim the attachment.

    the deal however is valid for the KSM150, KSM156, KSM160 and KSM7581 mixers if you want the other models

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      What has a discount off the RRP got to do with qualifying for the attachment or not. A discount off the RRP doesn't make it another offer. All the RRP is the recommended retail price. You could buy the KSM150 in any colour from any Australian retailer at their own price and qualify for the free attachment. That $658 price from Peter's of Kensington is the Kitchenaid KSM150 model.

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    Anyone have any experience with the food processor attachment ? Is it good ? How does it compare to a Magimix ?
    Thx

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    even better http://www.yourhomedepot.com.au/kitchenaid-mothers-day-bonus... which is the KSM150 for $699 and code MUM10 for 10% off bringing it down to $629.10 with free shipping. Code expires tonight 26th April

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      Discount code doesn't apply to kitchenaid

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    So, with 300w motor, will it be enough to process thick dough (say to make buns, toast bread, pancakes, and hard breads)?

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        I watched those video's and it sounds like the motor is labouring whilst mixing the dough. Perhaps 300w isn't powerful enough for dough.

        On the US Kitchenaid website the specs list the motor as 325 watt but it's only 300 watt on the Australian website. Any idea why they would be different?

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          To be fair I believe they had it on lower power speed settings would be why it was labouring. You notice how in video 1 has it on the very lowest speed and in video 2 had it on power setting 2 out of 10. So it wasn't using the full motor power at all. So you couldn't expect it not to be labouring being on very low power output settings. But if it can mix that dough on one of its lowest power output setting then it could mix larger doughs on the higher speed settings.

          Here's a video of some one mixing dough on one of these Kitchenaid Artisan mixers and later ramping up the speed setting. The table is shaking it's that powerful even on that higher speed setting. Then again that's only about half of its full power. It may give you an idea.

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jyy5aZ4IhMU

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        maybe the question is: will ksm150 fine to do 1kg dough at once? what is the max dough weight recommended by manufacture for this model?

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    Seems price drop to $659.