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3-Piece KitchenAid Pasta Roller & Cutter Attachment Set

Posted 03-19-2017 by TTo34 at 07:51 PM
Alternatively, Target.com also has 3-Piece KitchenAid Pasta Roller & Cutter Attachment Set on sale for $111.19 - Additional 10% off when using store pickup = $100.07. Must select free in-store pickup, otherwise, price will be $111.19.

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location

Includes
  • KitchenAid Pasta Roller
  • KitchenAid Spaghetti Cutter
  • KitchenAid Fettuccine Cutter
No longer available:

Amazon.com has 3-Piece KitchenAid Pasta Roller & Cutter Attachment Set (KSMPRA Silver) on sale for $100.07 (price will display correct when added to cart). Shipping is free. Thanks TTo34

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Written by Discombobulated

This attachment set works on any KitchenAid Mixer; makes fresh pasta from scratch quickly & easily. Target REDcard holders may also save an additional 5% w/ this purchase and an extended return period, more info - Discombobulated

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Edited Yesterday at 12:59 AM by TTo34
Great deal on the set! I have been keeping my eye on this, and according to CCC, this is the lowest it's ever been, as sold by Amazon.

EXPIRED - KitchenAid KSMPRA 3 Piece Pasta Roller & Cutter Attachment Set, Silver [amazon.com]

#1 Best Seller in Mixer Parts & Accessories [amazon.com]
  • Commercial-style stainless steel pasta rollers and cutters for smooth rolling and clean cutting of pasta dough
  • Powered by the mixer to make quick and easy work of fresh homemade pasta in your kitchen
  • Rolls 6-inch sheets of pasta with 8 thickness settings to adjust to your desired sheet thickness
  • Spaghetti cutter cuts pasta sheets into classic Spaghetti noodles
  • Fettuccine cutter cuts pasta sheets into hearty Fettuccine noodles
  • Made in Italy

Additionally, Target has the previous model on sale (if that is your preference), for the exact same price of $100.07. You must choose FREE INSTORE PICKUP to receive the target price, no pun intended. Availability may vary.

KitchenAid Pasta Roller Attachment - KPRA [target.com]

Some quick research shows that the material components between the two models may be different. I believe the KSMPRA is all stainless steel construction, while the KPRA may have plastic components. Can some more educated Slickdealers that have these models chime in?
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#3
Thank you ,OP! Impulse buy, couldn't resist, in for one Smilie., I hope I use it at least once or twice to justify it to myself
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#4
Sold! Repped! Thank You!

About $30ish off from normal I believe. Great deal for those that KitchenAid.
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#5
Snagged one. Thanks.
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bought one... was considering a hand-model for ~$70 but was holding out. the KA attachment for $100? must buy.
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#7
Bought one on an impulse. Hope it is worth it.
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#8
I've had this set for a few years and I wouldn't recommend it. The two cutters get clogged really easily you end to having to constantly reroll and recut. The thickness is all wrong too: more like linguine and Angel hair. The roller works pretty well after you get the hang of it, so I guess I'm happy with 1/3 of the set.

EDIT: Never mind, I guess I have the older KPRA version. Not sure if the above issues were addressed with this model.
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Last edited by yuyak March 20, 2017 at 12:51 AM.
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Quote from yuyak View Post :
I've had this set for a few years and I wouldn't recommend it. The two cutters get clogged really easily you end to having to constantly reroll and recut. The thickness is all wrong too: more like linguine and Angel hair. The roller works pretty well after you get the hang of it, so I guess I'm happy with 1/3 of the set.

EDIT: Never mind, I guess I have the older KPRA version. Not sure if the above issues were addressed with this model.
After using it, I let it air dry. Then, all the dough bits fall out when tapped. I had no clogging.
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#10
I have a set and it's great. U can control the thickness. Great price, although I did get it cheaper at Kohl's using a bunch born ooupons a few years back. But this set is awesome, recommend.
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I've had this set for a few years and I wouldn't recommend it. The two cutters get clogged really easily you end to having to constantly reroll and recut. The thickness is all wrong too: more like linguine and Angel hair. The roller works pretty well after you get the hang of it, so I guess I'm happy with 1/3 of the set.

EDIT: Never mind, I guess I have the older KPRA version. Not sure if the above issues were addressed with this model.
I had the older version and also had issues with dough buildup on the edges , jamming, etc. After a few years of use the roller started leaving metal shavings in the dough. One call to Kitchen Aid and they sent me a new one free of charge. It was well past the warranty too. At first glance, the old seemed better made, it was heavier. The new one they sent was a little different design, lighter and exhibited none of the problems that I had encountered with the previous one.

I can't vouch for the newer pasta cutters since we still use the old ones. I use mine about 2x a week and have not gone back to packaged, dried noodles in years.

Be careful folks, you get used to fresh pasta and will become a pasta snob.
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Last edited by Morlikster March 20, 2017 at 05:57 AM.
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i have this and the manual hand pasta machine. Since i don't have the stand mixer always out, it's always easier just to use the hand pasta machine since it takes much less space and easier to clean up.
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Jet.com has this set for $90.58 [jet.com] (or slightly less) after promo code TRIPLE15.
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Jet.com has this set for $90.58 [jet.com] (or slightly less) after promo code TRIPLE15.
Your math is escaping me. I am seeing $199.99 x .85 = $169.99

Edit - also, this is the KPRA model. Not the KSMPRA.
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Bought one on an impulse. Hope it is worth it.
Sometimes I hate this site just for that reason.
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