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KitchenAid Pro Series 450 4.5-qt Empire Red Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer $190!!!

JennB6882 47 134 January 13, 2015 at 06:55 AM in Mixers (4) More Herbergers (Bon-Ton) Deals
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Last Edited by mlacey3 January 13, 2015 at 01:11 PM
Originally $415. Today only, likely limited stock.

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Do these use different size hooks? I have a very old lift bowl and tried using a dough hook from the moving neck one and it did not reach a dough made of 4 cups of flour
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Picked one up, was it a good deal?
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I paid $160 for a refurb from fleabay ~2 months ago. For a new one, this seems to be a good price if you don't want to deal with kohl's cash, rebates, or other shenanigans.
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not a lot of power most of the ones this style have 475 or more this is 300 watts. wait for a better sale
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I'd rather pay the extra $100 and get the one with the 450 watt motor instead of the 300 watt. if you make a lot of dough this one will struggle.
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Do these use different size hooks? I have a very old lift bowl and tried using a dough hook from the moving neck one and it did not reach a dough made of 4 cups of flour
Yup, you will need the hook made for the model you have. If its older like you say it may well be the original Hobart made model. Check model # but I believe you need this hook. http://www.kitchenaid.com/shop/-[...013/K5ADH/
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Quote from PhawkYouToo View Post :
Yup, you will need the hook made for the model you have. If its older like you say it may well be the original Hobart made model. Check model # but I believe you need this hook. http://www.kitchenaid.com/shop/-[...013/K5ADH/
Thanks I will check the model number when I get home tonight.
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Quote from JDFitz View Post :
I'd rather pay the extra $100 and get the one with the 450 watt motor instead of the 300 watt. if you make a lot of dough this one will struggle.
Which models would those be out of curiosity?

I've got a Pro 500 but its only 325W. Granted it was also only $120 so I can't complain.
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Spend the extra $60 and get the Professional 5 Plus from Target for $250. http://www.target.com/p/kitchenai...A-15840495

While this one is a bowl lift, it looks like it has the same motor as the tilt head mixers. If you look at replacement parts lists for KitchenAid mixers, you'll notice a few things:

1) KitcheAid parts are generally readily available from third party sellers (such as ereplacementparts.com).
2) they're relatively simple machines, and you could build one yourself (at a large premium) by simply buying all the parts and putting them together.
3) Despite all of the models, there seems to be relatively few "classes" of mixers in terms of power.

I bought the one listed above from Target, the KV25G0X. It's listed as "450w" and is labeled such on the "beauty band' along the perimeter of the mixer's head. However, if you look at the parts list for this mixer [1], you'll notice that it uses the exact same motor [2], gear box, and controller board as the more expensive 6qt, "575w". Really, the only difference between the 5qt and the 6qt mixers is the bowl size, and the rubberized lift handle on some of the more expensive 6qt models.

The 7qt and up mixers use completely different DC motor internal.

All that said, the mixer in this deal actually does appear to have a lower power motor, as mentioned above.

[1] http://www.ereplacementparts.com/...15486.html
[2] http://www.ereplacementparts.com/...30956.html
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DC motor is a better choice.
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Quote from jburlen View Post :
Picked one up, was it a good deal?
It's an okay deal if you're looking to buy one today and don't feel like messing with Kohl's cash and/or rebates. If you don't need one, then I'd wait if I were you.

Cheapest I've seen for this model was around $175.
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Quote from jvolkman View Post :
Spend the extra $60 and get the Professional 5 Plus from Target for $250. http://www.target.com/p/kitchenai...A-15840495

While this one is a bowl lift, it looks like it has the same motor as the tilt head mixers. If you look at replacement parts lists for KitchenAid mixers, you'll notice a few things:

1) KitcheAid parts are generally readily available from third party sellers (such as ereplacementparts.com).
2) they're relatively simple machines, and you could build one yourself (at a large premium) by simply buying all the parts and putting them together.
3) Despite all of the models, there seems to be relatively few "classes" of mixers in terms of power.

I bought the one listed above from Target, the KV25G0X. It's listed as "450w" and is labeled such on the "beuty band' along the perimeter of the mixer's head. However, if you look at the parts list for this mixer [1], you'll notice that it uses the exact same motor [2], gear box, and controller board as the more expensive 6qt, "575w". Really, the only difference between the 5qt and the 6qt mixers is the bowl size, and the rubberized lift handle on some of the more expensive 6qt models.

The 7qt and up mixers use completely different DC motor internal.

All that said, the mixer in this deal actually does appear to have a lower power motor, as mentioned above.

[1] http://www.ereplacementparts.com/...15486.html
[2] http://www.ereplacementparts.com/...30956.html
I am debating between the one at Target and the more expensive Pro 600 series. Is there a link that shows they have the same motor and gear box ? I would rather save some money if they are same, else spend a bit more and get the best product which will probably last 15 yrs.
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I am debating between the one at Target and the more expensive Pro 600 series. Is there a link that shows they have the same motor and gear box ? I would rather save some money if they are same, else spend a bit more and get the best product which will probably last 15 yrs.
Depends on what you want to do with it. Mixing cake batter is easy on all machines. Wanting to make cookie dough/bread dough puts a lot of strain on the machine. If you're making doughs, I'd suggest going with a DC motor.
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Quote from jvolkman View Post :
Spend the extra $60 and get the Professional 5 Plus from Target for $250. http://www.target.com/p/kitchenai...A-15840495

While this one is a bowl lift, it looks like it has the same motor as the tilt head mixers. If you look at replacement parts lists for KitchenAid mixers, you'll notice a few things:

1) KitcheAid parts are generally readily available from third party sellers (such as ereplacementparts.com).
2) they're relatively simple machines, and you could build one yourself (at a large premium) by simply buying all the parts and putting them together.
3) Despite all of the models, there seems to be relatively few "classes" of mixers in terms of power.

I bought the one listed above from Target, the KV25G0X. It's listed as "450w" and is labeled such on the "beuty band' along the perimeter of the mixer's head. However, if you look at the parts list for this mixer [1], you'll notice that it uses the exact same motor [2], gear box, and controller board as the more expensive 6qt, "575w". Really, the only difference between the 5qt and the 6qt mixers is the bowl size, and the rubberized lift handle on some of the more expensive 6qt models.

The 7qt and up mixers use completely different DC motor internal.

All that said, the mixer in this deal actually does appear to have a lower power motor, as mentioned above.

[1] http://www.ereplacementparts.com/...15486.html
[2] http://www.ereplacementparts.com/...30956.html

This one looks like a solid deal.
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