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KitchenAid Pro 5 Plus Series 5-Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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j4c11 asked this question on 11-22-2021 at 04:36 PM
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It might. They both use the 575 watt motor. I have the 6 quart and make a lot a lot of bread. I find six is the perfect size for doughs using up to nine cups of flour.
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Just got one from target for the same price.
If you're going to use it to make dough with any regularity, you want something big and heavy like this. Anything with enough torque to mix and knead dough is going to shake and wobble if it isn't heavy.

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Just got one from target for the same price.
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This or the deal from Sams club ?

https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/fp/675172

I did buy the Sams club one but haven't opened the box yet... So I can return it easily.

And how good is the food processor attachment? It seems to be on sale as well at BestBuy
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Looks like KitchenAid has a big overstock of these Pro 5qt ones?
Already looking a while for the smaller ones to get on sale...
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Ugh…I always see these and want one but I feel like they are the monster cables of kitchen mixers. Can anyone tell me if there is a noticeable difference between this and a regular mixer?
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Any decent deals on the 6 Quart this Black Friday? Or will the Pro 5 Plus take a 6 quart bowl?
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Same price as Target. A little cheaper with Red Card.
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Quote from juanv1226 :
Ugh…I always see these and want one but I feel like they are the monster cables of kitchen mixers. Can anyone tell me if there is a noticeable difference between this and a regular mixer?
It's definitely a good mixer but it's huge & heavy. So if either of those things r an issue for u, keep that in mind. If u would use it a lot, it's the 1 ppl use.
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Sam's was better deal and missed it ! It has 3 qt as well and some accessories included for 269$
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Quote from juanv1226 :
Ugh…I always see these and want one but I feel like they are the monster cables of kitchen mixers. Can anyone tell me if there is a noticeable difference between this and a regular mixer?
If you're going to use it to make dough with any regularity, you want something big and heavy like this. Anything with enough torque to mix and knead dough is going to shake and wobble if it isn't heavy.
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Any decent deals on the 6 Quart this Black Friday? Or will the Pro 5 Plus take a 6 quart bowl?
It might. They both use the 575 watt motor. I have the 6 quart and make a lot a lot of bread. I find six is the perfect size for doughs using up to nine cups of flour.
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Quote from BitORealPanther :
It might. They both use the 575 watt motor. I have the 6 quart and make a lot a lot of bread. I find six is the perfect size for doughs using up to nine cups of flour.
The five quart is 525 watts, the six quart is 575 watts.
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Why this vs the tilt models? It just seems challenging to lift and remove the bowl vs the tilt action.
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Why this vs the tilt models? It just seems challenging to lift and remove the bowl vs the tilt action.
The link below provides a good side-by-side comparison between the bowl lift and tilt model.

https://youtu.be/KMr3S017w58
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