KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer review & where can you buy it cheapest?

Published: 9 November 2009 By MoneyHighStreet Staff Leave a Comment
Updated: 5 January 2010

The KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer has a classic look coupled with a high-quality build – we explore the product, check reviews on it and reveal where you can buy it cheapest.

KitcheAid Artisan Stand MixerRed KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer is available in a range of colours, including Candy Apple Red, Metallic Pearl, Cream and Black.

As with all the KitchenAid collection it is assembled by hand from die-cast metal parts.

Being made of metal it is robust and durable and is easy to clean as result of its smooth rounded design.

How much does it cost?

As at 5 January 2010 here are the best prices we could find:

  • John Lewis – £389 (£349 in Black, £399 in Candy red) Currently out of stock
  • Amazon – £348, dependng on colour Currently out of stock but available at £354 from an Amazon partner
  • Harrods – £389
  • House of Fraser – £389

This KitchenAid mixer comes standard with a wire whisk, flat beater and dough hook and has 4.8L polished stainless steel bowl.

There’s a 5 year guarantee for parts and labour and the dimensions are H35 * W22 * D39 cm.

This stand mixer is part of the KitchenAid collection which also includes a blender, toaster, espresso maker, burr griner and food processor.

What about reviews of this mixer?

It’s actually getting some great reviews, including

  • ‘Its easy to use and far easier to use the our old Kenwood Chef; it mixes the mixture far quicker then the Kenwood, mixes both small and large quantities with ease. We use it every day and it has replaced our old Bread maker – easier to use to make bread and the bread tastes far better. You can use it to make excellent cheesie mash fast and all in all wish we had bought one years ago!!!!’ from Amazon
  • ‘Bought this mixer in Feb with Amazon (best price). Thought it was going to look gorgeous in my new kitchen. It does, but better than that it is used almost daily (have an Aga so cakes and biscuits compulsory) Good looking and hard working. Not a combination you find often!!!’ from Amazon

Maybe you’re looking for something different? Have you considered a Tefal Actifry electric fryer – check out our review of this and details on where you can buy it cheapest.

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