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Target has close out Kitchen Aid Artisan Series 5qt Tilt Head Stand Mixer KSM150 for $229.99. Select Colors.

Final price with varying tax, $199.65 at Target Online with 15% Discount and 5% Redcard Discount Free Shipping

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You can use it for a lot more than just making cookies. You can use it to shred chicken, make fluffy mashed potatoes. Whip toppings, Mixing meatballs or meatloaf. Mixing dips, stuffing, etc... Making bread/donuts/biscuit dough. And of course, cookies, cakes, pie crust, etc... all home made.

That isn't even using any of the available attachments.
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This seems to be good price so far, was this ever gone below this price, advise if there is a way to check
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Looking to get a kitchenaid mixer from target since on december 3rd I will be able to use additionally the 20 percent coupon I got just not sure if this is a good one to get since its "Closeout" not sure what that means..does it make a difference that its 325 watt this would be my first mixer so not sure about the whole wattage thing
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What is the benefit of using one of these over a regular hand mixer? All I do is cook cakes and small stuff. Would I benefit from one of these?
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Looking to get a kitchenaid mixer from target since on december 3rd I will be able to use additionally the 20 percent coupon I got just not sure if this is a good one to get since its "Closeout" not sure what that means..does it make a difference that its 325 watt this would be my first mixer so not sure about the whole wattage thing
Same here. The only reason I got the 20% Target coupon was to get a Kitchen Aid mixer under $200 but I don't think I'm going to go for this one. I don't want to take the chance because it's closeout.
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Same here. The only reason I got the 20% Target coupon was to get a Kitchen Aid mixer under $200 but I don't think I'm going to go for this one. I don't want to take the chance because it's closeout.
Hopefully target has some good deals starting on the 3rd so we can get a good deal on the mixer. Target has plenty of mixers, tilt and bowl lift honestly dont have a clue which is good..my sister has the tilt mixer and she likes it she says its much easier than having to lift the bowl, but the thing with the wattage, etc not sure what to get
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Same here. The only reason I got the 20% Target coupon was to get a Kitchen Aid mixer under $200 but I don't think I'm going to go for this one. I don't want to take the chance because it's closeout.
I've done a lot of research on this, do yourself a favor and skip the artisan series unless space is a factor. Go with at least an HD if not the professional. Main difference is the tilt head which may be more convenient but much less powerful. With that said the artisan has plastic gears vs metal gears like the HD and professional series.

I'm sure the artisan is "good enough" for most houses but I'm a buy it for life kind of guy. Also if you're looking for a deal, KitchenAid sells refurbished models for near half price. I got a refurbished pro 600 for $180 not too long ago. You couldn't tell it wasn't brand new out of the box.
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Nothing , save your money and run.
I asked my wife the same question, why she need a $200 machine to mix dough for cookies Mad.
Unless you baking batches for 10 plus people its a waste of money and counter spacePeace
You can use it for a lot more than just making cookies. You can use it to shred chicken, make fluffy mashed potatoes. Whip toppings, Mixing meatballs or meatloaf. Mixing dips, stuffing, etc... Making bread/donuts/biscuit dough. And of course, cookies, cakes, pie crust, etc... all home made.

That isn't even using any of the available attachments.
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You can use it for a lot more than just making cookies. You can use it to shred chicken, make fluffy mashed potatoes. Whip toppings, Mixing meatballs or meatloaf. Mixing dips, stuffing, etc... Making bread/donuts/biscuit dough. And of course, cookies, cakes, pie crust, etc... all home made.

That isn't even using any of the available attachments.
For fewer than 5 people I would used hand mixer.
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I've done a lot of research on this, do yourself a favor and skip the artisan series unless space is a factor. Go with at least an HD if not the professional. Main difference is the tilt head which may be more convenient but much less powerful. With that said the artisan has plastic gears vs metal gears like the HD and professional series.

I'm sure the artisan is "good enough" for most houses but I'm a buy it for life kind of guy. Also if you're looking for a deal, KitchenAid sells refurbished models for near half price. I got a refurbished pro 600 for $180 not too long ago. You couldn't tell it wasn't brand new out of the box.
So the PRO series is better since it has metal gears compared to plastic? How about the lift bowl feature is that harder to use compared to tilt?
This is the one that my sister has she got it last yr and loves it
https://www.target.com/p/kitchena...nk=sametab
its All Metal Drive System whatever that means but it is artisan just not sure what to get gonna buy one at target since I have the 20 percent to use
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What is the benefit of using one of these over a regular hand mixer? All I do is cook cakes and small stuff. Would I benefit from one of these?
If you've ever hated kneading dough...
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So the PRO series is better since it has metal gears compared to plastic? How about the lift bowl feature is that harder to use compared to tilt?
This is the one that my sister has she got it last yr and loves it
https://www.target.com/p/kitchena...nk=sametab
its All Metal Drive System whatever that means but it is artisan just not sure what to get gonna buy one at target since I have the 20 percent to use
Not sure where you're getting your sources from but no artisan has metal gear system. It's made of plastic. It's one of the biggest cons of the artisan series.

If having the convenience of having a tilt head for having plastic gears then by all means have at it. Look at it this way no commercial grade mixers have a tilt head. They all have a loft design.

The reason the artisan series sells better outside of price is purely cosmetic colors that are only available in the artisan series. That and the lower profile.

I'm sorry but it's been well documented the pros out weighs the cons with the pro vs the artisan series. I'm happy to hear your sister is happy with her purchase but like I said I'm a buy it for life type of guy. Plastic gears is not something that's going to last past a few years.
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