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KitchenAid KHMB732ER Cordless Hand Mixer US$116.39 (~A$149.51) Delivered @ Amazon US

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Cordless hand mixer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BR6J3WT USD$79.99 -> USD 116.39 (~A$149.51) delivered
also
Cordless hand blender https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BR48JBW/ USD$79.99-> USD 114.62 (~A$147.21) delivered

I've been researching this for a while
AUS pricing is AUD $259 RRP for both
https://kitchenaid.com.au/products/cordless-hand-mixer ; model is MODEL: 5KHMB732AER
https://kitchenaid.com.au/products/cordless-hand-blender?var...

; which is a little hard to swallow especially when I know that US pricing is USD $99.99 RRP
https://www.kitchenaid.com/countertop-appliances/hand-mixers... ; model is KHMB732ER (ER is Empire Red)

From what I can make out , the differences are that the US has 7 colours but not Almond Cream that Aus model has.
And I assume Aus model comes with an powersupply with AU plugs (and warranty)

Amazon has some colors that go to USD $79.95 semi-regularly (since Dec last year when I started looking) ; if the color you want isn't available ; I suggest you wait for it

There were enough comments on Amazon.com that indicated the powersupply supplied was 110-240V that convinced me to pull the trigger in early Feb.

I have now received the item and can confirm that is the case ; I've charged the unit and it works fine

Of course, the powersupply has a US plug and you will need an US To Australia adaptor which you can pick up for a couple of bucks at the 2 dollar store or online eg https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000341056037.html if you don't have one lying around from other deals

This is my Amazon.Com invoice details (in USD)
Order Summary
Item(s) Subtotal:$79.95
Shipping & Handling:$25.82
Total before GST:$105.77
Estimated GST to be collected:$10.58
Grand Total:$116.35

28Degrees charged me AUD $153.43 - but this was in early Feb, the amount I put on the deal is the Google rate currently

Enjoy! - I'm off to bake 200 cookies
Edit : Opps; just notice the price is up by 4 cents; I've updated the title
Edit #2 : Picture of the powersupply https://files.ozbargain.com.au/upload/37171/87366/kitchenaid...

Edit#3 : You can also get the cordless hand blender for the similar money USD 114.62 ~ A$ 147.21 (delivered) vs RRP A$259
https://www.amazon.com/KitchenAid-KHBBV53ER-Cordless-Blender...
https://kitchenaid.com.au/products/cordless-hand-blender?var...

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closed Comments

  • Shows $79.99… am I missing anything?

    EDIT: Nevermind, just saw that it is from US website.

  • Page 4 of the manual suggests 110V 60Hz

    https://www.manualscat.com/en/kitchenaid-khmb732er-manual

    On the Amazon Q&A most FAQs state the charger is 110-120v and not 110-240V.

    And on the following page: https://www.bedbathandbeyond.com/store/product/kitchenaid-co...

    Q:is this dual voltage?Judy
    7 months ago

    1 Response
    A: Hi Judy, The cordless 7 speed hand mixer is not dual voltage, it is manufactured for 110-120 volts. KitchenAidTeam
    7 months ago

  • I'm curious but why would you get this over a cheaper cordless hand mixer or even just a corded hand mixer?

    It seems like this would do everything the same as a $20 hand mixer that you plug in?

    • Long story, but since you asked

      Our $20 old corded hand mixer died around late Nov/early Dec - and was pain to work with

      I looked at several "best hand mixer" reviews - although this was new and came up on a couple reviews ; I didn't even know they (cordless) existed at that time

      Then I looked at Aussie pricing and went back to looking at some best of class corded versions which were in the $100-150 range and the ones I wanted were very hard to get hold of. Could have been the Christmas effect

      Sometime during Christmas (as you can see on Camel3 history) - I found out this was going for US$70 - which put it back into contention
      But I was worried about the power supply not being able to work in Australia and did much research; after I finally read enough reviews that made me willing to take the plunge, the price went back up & the color I wanted wasn't available

      But, by this stage, it didn't make sense to me to get a $120 best of class hand mixer that was corded

      Finally they came back in stock so I pulled the trigger in early Feb

      I think ~$150 is reasonable considering the corded KitchenAid hand mixer is $209/259 https://kitchenaid.com.au/collections/kitchenaid-hand-mixer

      Oh ; and to answer your question directly
      a/ I have cordless drills - they make complete sense, why be limited to working within wired distance of a powerpoint ?
      We invariably have to juggle one appliance over another

      b/ I did consider the Cuisinart Cordless Handmixer - but it seemed a better option to get the KitchenAid that had almost 1000 reviews averaging 5 stars and well rated over a $129 unrated appliance

      In fact; if/when my corded hand blender which I use pretty regularly dies, I'll get the cordless version in matching colour
      - I just hope KitchenAid doesn't restrict Amazon.com from shipping into Australia by that time - especially since I know the power supply I have now can be used for all their handheld range

  • Thank you for your research!

    • Welcome and thanks for the comment.
      I thought someone else might benefit from a ~$109 (42%) savings over RRP !