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KitchenAid Professional Series 6 Quart Bowl Lift Stand Mixer 590W Red/Silver/Black - 249.97

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https://www.costco.com/KitchenAid...04199.html

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6 Quarts
Stainless Steel Bowl with Comfort Grip Handle
590 Watt 10 Speed Motor
Model-KP26M9X

Shipping is 9.99

Saw it for the same price in stores.
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That's the 500 series. Weaker motor and plastic gears. Is it worth saving 50 bucks?
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That's the 500 series. Weaker motor and plastic gears. Is it worth saving 50 bucks?
no no no no, don't do it..
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600 series vs 500 series
590W vs 450W
6qt vs 5qt
Metal gears vs plastic gears ($10 each)
Costco customer service vs bestbuy customer service

$250 vs $200
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500 also has metal gear also

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600 series vs 500 series
590W vs 450W
6qt vs 5qt
Metal gears vs plastic gears ($10 each)
Costco customer service vs bestbuy customer service

$250 vs $200
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Original Costco price was $349.99.
For those wondering, Costco Item # is 1972498
Have confirmed so far that these have been seen at this price in Concord, CA and Pleasant Prairie, WI stores.
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This was the price over the holidays... and it was the best deal available for the quality.
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This might be a dumb question but since this is a professional series version... will it withstand commercial use (like in a bakery)?

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This is the normal sale price in the coupon book. The last time it was this price was in November 2018. Before that it was August 2018. Good deal but not a crazy .97 deal.
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This might be a dumb question but since this is a professional series version... will it withstand commercial use (like in a bakery)?

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I cannot speak to the durability of this item for commercial use, but it is not NSF Certified. Many local health agencies require that certain kitchen components be NSF Certified.

If this is the case for the commercial bakery in question, you'd want something along these lines:
https://www.kitchenaid.com/counte...895dp.html
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I cannot speak to the durability of this item for commercial use, but it is not NSF Certified. Many local health agencies require that certain kitchen components be NSF Certified.

If this is the case for the commercial bakery in question, you'd want something along these lines:
https://www.kitchenaid.com/counte...895dp.html [kitchenaid.com]
You are awesome Jason! This helped me out more than you know!
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