Thinking about buying a KitchenAid mixer this Black Friday? This is the deal you can't miss

If you've been thinking about getting a KitchenAid mixer for a while and aren't sure which one is right, we recommend this one – and it's on sale

KitchenAid Artisan stand mixer on sale
(Image credit: AO)

If you've been thinking about getting a KitchenAid mixer, you've probably been thinking for a good while. KitchenAid mixers are world-renowned for their superb power and quality – and they're also rather expensive. Thankfully, the KitchenAid Black Friday sales this year have delivered on some pretty good deals on nearly all of the KitchenAid mixer models. The question then is: which one should you get? From the classic mixer to the Artisan and Pro versions, the hierarchy of KitchenAid can be confusing. So, if you don't want to spend ages researching all the different models (although consulting our best stand mixer buyer's guide will make things easier), we'll tell which one you should definitely go for below. 

Still not sure?

Think of the Artisan as the perfect middle ground between a user-friendly stand mixer and a professional mixer. It's very powerful yet easy to use, and while there are lots of different attachments you can try out with this mixer, you can also just use it as it comes, which is already plenty. 

Above all, the Artisan is built to last, because it's made from die-cast metal not plastic. This is one of the most prominent selling points of KitchenAid – products that will last decades rather than just a couple of years.

You also don't need to worry about this mixer hiking up your electricity bill. It has an innovative direct-drive motor that is very efficient at converting energy into powerful performance. So, you could use it every day if you wanted to, and it still won't make much of a difference to your energy consumption. 

And if it's the large-sized 4.8-litre bowl you're unsure about, don't worry: while you can prepare huge quantities (think beating 12 eggs at a time), you don't have to use to capacity. Mix exactly as much or as little as you want. 

Anna Cottrell
Anna Cottrell

In 2018 Anna moved into the world of interiors from academic research in the field of literature and photography. She is the author of London Writing of the 1930s and has a special interest in city life, decorating small spaces, and urban gardening.  

SPONSORS