Up to $160 off KitchenAid Stand Mixer SALES and Comparisons of Classic Plus, Artisan and Professional Series Mixers Revealed
Los Angeles, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 10, 2014 / According to available estimates, the KitchenAid factory in Greenville, Ohio produces approximately 2,000,000 (2 million) KitchenAid stand mixers annually. Established in 1919, under the Hobart Corporation, KitchenAid is now owned by Whirlpool with estimated annual sales worth $20 billion.
"With such impressive numbers, the question is not whether you should go for a KitchenAid or not, but whether you should go for a Classic Plus, Artisan or Professional model" says Natalie Brooke, a co-author of the KitchenAid Artisan vs Classic Plus – 7 Potential DEAL BREAKERS.
"The KitchenAid Artisan is arguably the most popular stand mixer in the USA. However, in reality, it's a little overrated and the Classic Plus will be sufficient for most households" argues Brooke. "There are basically 7 differences between the two models. The Artisan wins on 6 of them and loses on the price as it is more expensive than the KitchenAid Classic Plus. However, the '6 winners' may not be important to some users and they would rather SAVE $50 – $100 by going for a Classic Plus" adds Brooke.
Go to http://Trendy-Kitchen.com/Artisan-VS-Classic-Plus-7-Deal-Breakers/ for the full scoop on these 7 features. It is a must read for anyone considering buying the Artisan mixer from KitchenAid.
While the Classic Plus can be the better option for a light user, the Professional 5 Plus can be better than the Artisan for a relatively heavy user. While the price of the Artisan and the Professional 5 Plus can be very similar, the latter has premium features not found on the Artisan.
10 Reasons to choose a Professional Series Mixer over an Artisan Mixer addresses 15 differences between the two mixers. While the Professional series is superior on 10 of them, the Artisan wins the other five comparisons.
The above review is controversial to a certain extent, because the authors recommend the Professional 5 Plus over the very popular Artisan. The KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer is arguably the most popular KitchenAid standing mixer in the USA, partly due to the variety of colors it comes in. Many third party reviewers, both professional and amateur, clearly recommend the Artisan over the Professional series mixers, especially for home use. In contrast, the authors of this KA stand mixer comparison recommend the Pro models over the Artisan.
They argue that superior features like (1) the more durable all-steel direct drive gear transmission, (2) the soft start feature which minimizes splatter of dry ingredients, (3) the built-in commercial-style motor protection that automatically shuts the mixer off if and when overload is detected, and (4) the built-in electronic speed sensor which monitors mixer operation to maintain consistency and precision of mixing speed, among other features, make the Professional series KitchenAid mixers far superior to the KitchenAid Classic, Classic Plus and Artisan.
From a purely technical specifications stand-point, there's no arguing that the Professional series mixers are superior to the Artisan series KitchenAid stand mixers.
"These superior specs don't come Free" warns Brooke. "However, contrary to the popular belief, you can buy a Professional series mixer for the same price as a KitchenAid Artisan. Don't believe me? Check out these Up to $160 off KitchenAid Mixer DEALS and you'll realize that you can buy a brand new Professional series mixer for cheaper than an Artisan mixer" argues Brooke.
"Don't let anybody tell you that a certain mixer suits you best. It's your mixer and only you know what you'll be doing with it. Study our KitchenAid mixer buying guide closely and decide which model suits your specific needs best" advices Brooke.
In addition to KitchenAid, they also review counter-top mixers from other brands like Cuisinart, Hamilton Beach, and Breville. These reviews and comparisons are highly recommended reads for anyone considering buying a stand mixer for their Kitchen.
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Name: Natalie A. Brooke
Organization: Trendy Kitchens
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