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KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus Series Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer $199.99

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Target [target.com]has KitchenAid Professional 5 Plus Series Stand Mixer (various colors) on sale for $199.99. Shipping is free or you may opt for free store pickup where available.

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I missed this deal from BestBuy recently glad it's back from target. thanks OP
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5% = $10 extra savings with Target's Red Card.
I ended up getting a 5 qt model, due to folks mentioning the need for higher levels of mixtures for the 6 qt models to work best.
I almost ordered the Costco 6 qt Pro deal for $225 AC.
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I bought a 5qt bowl lift, refurbished, from overstock nearly seven years ago. it's served me really well. I still use it to make:
* bread
* batter for pancakes
* whipped cream
* frosting
* combining dry ingredients

and I use the bowl itself (removable) ALL the time because it's my go-to utility metal bowl for washing vegetables, fruit, etc. haha... professional grade means (should still be true today) all metal gears, no plasticy parts inside. really good quality machine, will easily last ten years and more, probably even twenty years with minimal care.
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Hi, anyone know how does this compare to the Artisan Series 5 Quart tilt-head stand mixer, model KSM150PSPM.
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Hi, anyone know how does this compare to the Artisan Series 5 Quart tilt-head stand mixer, model KSM150PSPM.
pro has more horsepower and capable to do harder dough. Personally recommend pro 5qt or 6qt based on your needs, but definitely worth investment
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pro has more horsepower and capable to do harder dough. Personally recommend pro 5qt or 6qt based on your needs, but definitely worth investment
Thank you for your advise. Appreciate it! I'm gonna order this now!
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Can anyone comment on the lift bowl vs the tilt head. I know the lift bowls have more power but are they more annoying to use? Seems like it would be more difficult to add ingredients or to quickly check on the mixture.
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Will this thing ever get cheaper?
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Can anyone comment on the lift bowl vs the tilt head. I know the lift bowls have more power but are they more annoying to use? Seems like it would be more difficult to add ingredients or to quickly check on the mixture.
Im a pastry chef in the industry and the lift is miles better than the tilt head. The lift allows the mixing bowls to just be popped on vs the tilt needing them screwed in. Plus the motor is better and etc etc etc.
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Im a pastry chef in the industry and the lift is miles better than the tilt head. The lift allows the mixing bowls to just be popped on vs the tilt needing them screwed in. Plus the motor is better and etc etc etc.
Cool. Thanks for your professional input. The good thing is that if I find a better deal or if she doesn't like it I can easily return it to target.
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I can't find this on their weekly ad. Would Kohl's price match it and give the additional 15% off?
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Says $229.99... am I missing something?
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Is this different / better / worse than the best buy early access one for $199? Buying as a gift so no clue what I'm looking at. I didn't see a model # on the target page
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Says $229.99... am I missing something?
I'm seeing same as you
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