Why are Kitchenaid Mixers So Expensive is one of the questions we receive here at coxons kitchen UK. People are wondering why high end kitchen mixers like Kenwood and KitchenAid are so pricey – £200- £700. Even Vonshef cost about £79.
Why are Kitchenaid Mixers So Expensive?
I have been reviewing food mixers for some time now! And, I am in a good position to answer your questions: And here is why are KitchenAid so expensive? and why other stand mixers so expensive too.
Don’t forget you can also get the best budget stand mixers under £100.
As you might be aware, most of the high end kitchen machines like KitchenAid stand mixers performs more than one task. Mixing, Grinding, Blending, Processing and so forth.
They come with a bunch of attachments to make your food preparation time a delight. The more attachments you get the more you pay on the first buy.
For instance, if you buy the Kitchenaid mixer today; you will also get a food grinder and a pasta maker. Apart from these you also have the ability in future to add more than 20 extra attachments. Meat grinder, shredder, grain mill, mincer, pasta maker/roller etc. And also the ability to adjust the attachments for efficient mixing; and hence you pay more than £200 (Worth it???). While
If you buy Andrew JamesMixer today; you only get a stand mixer. If you go for a high end Andrew James multifunctional; you will get also a meat grinder as an add-on and that is it. With less to no attachments, you pay less than £100 for your food mixer.
Not all: There is more than functionalities that justifies the money you end pay for your food mixer and this is—
Is your stand mixer made of plastic, polished/brushed aluminium or solid aluminium? This also determines whether you pay high or less. What about the attachments? The type of material used,
- the number of power outlets ,
- the motor power, the finish, and
- how durable are the material used justifies the money you end up pay.
The ability to last longer also determines the price you pay. With high end mixers like KitchenAid Artisan Mixer 125 Liquid Graphite you get 5 years warranty for peace of mind. This also includes a high level of customer’s satisfaction.
Will you better buy one that is expensive but claimed to last long or buy cheap twice???
The well established the Brand the more money you pay. The trust, the love and the brand connection to the wider community. This justifies why is Kitchenaid so expensive.
Best selling Kitchenaid stand mixers:
|1||Kitchenaid Artisan 4.8L Stand Mixer Matte Black 5KSM125BBM||174 Reviews||£549.00 £379.95||View deal|
|2||KitchenAid 5K45SSBWH Classic Stand Mixer, 4.3 Litre, White||2,776 Reviews||£499.00 £371.00||View deal|
|3||KitchenAid 5K45SSBOB Classic Stand Mixer, 4.3 Litre, 275 W, Onyx Black||151 Reviews||£499.00 £399.00||View deal|
|4||KitchenAid Artisan 4.8 Litre Stand Mixer, Die-Cast Metal, 300 Watts 5KSM125BER (Empire Red)||312 Reviews||£449.00 £379.00||View deal|
|5||KitchenAid Artisan Mixer 4.8L Porcelain White (5KSM125BPL)||£359.00||View deal|
Last update on 2023-12-04 at 12:16 / // Source: Amazon
Tina Peters has ten years of testing and reviewing kitchen gadgets. I am a home-trained chef. I like to make cakes, pastries, biscuits, icing, and all kinds of home baking/cooking. As someone who likes trying out new kitchen gadgets to up my cooking skills. Over the past ten years, I often find myself buying gadgets like stand mixers, food processors, mini choppers, air fryers, blenders, and all kinds of kitchen appliances. Getting value for your money whenever you purchase an item requires adequate research and testing. So I decided to collate most of the information I have gathered over ten years of using and researching different kitchen gadgets into coxonskitchen.co.uk.