Black Friday and Cyber Monday may be long gone, but KitchenAid mixer deals are still going strong.
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 12, 2014
The two big sales events, Cyber Monday and Black Friday may be done and dusted, however, KitchenAid mixer deals are still going strong this 2014 holiday season. "Stand mixer savings have been massive this holiday shopping season. The discounts on November 28th Friday were particularly big with some models going on sale at $230 off the list price. Since then, the price-cuts have gradually waned, however, even today, the same models can be bought with over $200 discounts," says Casey Donalds, a spokesperson for Trendy Mixers.
These KitchenAid holiday deal have been handpicked to include KitchenAid Artisan, Professional 5 Plus or Professional 600 series mixers on sale with up to $217.50 markdowns.
“One would expect post-Cyber week KitchenAid prices to go down drastically. However, the current prices are only marginally lower than last week's prices. So, if you missed those deals, it’s still not late to pick one up as the prices are still heavily discounted,” says Donalds.
Go to http://TrendyMixers.com/Mixer-Deals/ for more information on these 2014 holiday deals.
"One of the biggest tasks before purchasing a KA mixer is to decide which mixer you want to buy," says Donalds. The first decision is to decide between a 'Tilt-head' model and a 'Bowl-lift' model. Generally, tilting head mixers are meant for home use and the bowl-lift models for professional use. However, many US households own bowl-lift models considering their relatively high-end specs. The most popular tilt-head models are KA Classic Plus and KA Artisan mixers. Examples of tilt-head stand mixers from non-KitchenAid brands are Cuisinart SM-55BK Stand Mixer, Breville Scraper Mixer Pro and Hamilton Beach Eclectrics 63221 All-Metal Stand Mixer. Trendy mixers provide a comprehensive comparison between these models and the KitchenAid mixers.
Those who have already made up their minds on buying a KitchenAid stand mixer need to pick one out of three categories. The entry level mixer is the classic series with the 250 watt classic and the 275 watt Classic Plus. "Luckily, picking one out of these two models is easy. The Classic plus is more advanced than the Classic in almost every aspect, yet the two models have the same price point. That's why under the present pricing structure hardly anybody picks up a Classic mixer," she explains.
However, choosing between the KitchenAid Classic Plus, Artisan, and the Professional Series can be a daunting task. To help consumers make the right decisions, Trendy Mixers have provided several comparisons and reviews on different mixer models.
KitchenAid Classic Plus vs. Artisan Mixer Comparison looks at 16 features of the two mixers including, but not limited to differences in (1) Motor power, (2) Bowl size and finish, (3) Planetary Mixing Action, (4) the availability of the Pouring shield, (5) whether it could be locked in the ‘up’ and ‘down’ positions, (6) gear transmission, (7) attachments, etc. It's a recommended read for anyone looking to take advantage of a KitchenAid Mixer deal this holiday season.
In addition to the above comparison, they also compare the famous Artisan with the KA Professional Series mixers. "A lot of reviewers recommend the Artisan for the average US household. But we argue that the Classic Plus will satisfy the needs of most US housewives. On the other hand, a lot of people back out of buying a Professional series mixer because they're generally more expensive than the Artisans. Again, we disagree with this and show that a Professional 5 Plus is not too much more expensive than an Artisan. However, given the many more advanced and safety features of a Professional 5 Plus, we recommend that you buy one over and Artisan, if you're going to be a relatively heavy user," elaborates Donalds. Nearly a century after its birth, KitchenAid is still going strong as America's most popular kitchen mixer brand. The importance of picking the right model for their individual needs is probably as important as getting a good deal this 2014 Christmas shopping season.