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[Amazon Canada] Amazon.ca: KitchenAid Pasta Roller Attachment

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  • Jan 4th, 2013 12:26 pm
Oct 8, 2007
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[Amazon Canada] Amazon.ca: KitchenAid Pasta Roller Attachment

The kitchenaid pasta roller attachment for KitchenAid StandMixer is 99.95$ at Amazon.ca

This is the cheapest I've seen yet without MIR. Usually cost 229$ at MSRP.
Good thing to have to make cheap meals in January.

**EDIT: PRICE is up to 128.35$, if you can find them in stock at Futureshop, they have them on sale for 99$ until january 10th.
http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/ ... a3d4fben02

http://www.amazon.ca/KitchenAid-KPRA-Ki ... 192&sr=8-1

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Jan 16, 2005
469 posts
I would love to get this sometime, but it still seems overpriced to me at $99. Good deal, but I just can't get over that hump.
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Dec 2, 2010
121 posts
It's the same price at futureshop right now as well:

http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/product/ ... a3d4fben02

It has been pointed out that Sears is under no obligation to price match online only retailers like Amazon, but they will price match Future Shop. Sears has it at $229.99 so with their price match guarantee you should be able to get it for $86.95 (they'll beat it by 10% of the difference).

Sears.ca link - http://www.sears.ca/product/kitchenaid- ... 78527-KPRA
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Aug 28, 2012
1632 posts
Kanata, ON
I picked up this set a week before Christmas when Amazon has it on for $115. PM'd it at Sears (with the additional 10%) and got it for $122.17 including taxes - $20 MIR, and I had a $25 e-cash gift card from Sears for making a purchase online a few days prior. All in all I got it for $102.17 after taxes (or $77.17 if you factor in the e-cash card).

This is a slightly better deal and would recommend you doing the PM with Sears if you can get it for $86.95+tax ($98.25).

We've used the roller so far on our Kitchenaid Pro 600 and had no issues. I'm sure we won't have any issues with the spaghetti or fettuccine cutters either. My father in law borrowed the roller and spaghetti attachment and used them on his 325W model of mixer and he's afraid he nearly burnt out the motor. He probably should have been taking it easier on the mixer by letting it cool down between uses. The motor housing was hot to the touch and there was a distinct burning smell coming from it. Sounded rough too, so I wouldn't be surprised if he stripped some gears. So if you have a Pro 600, no worries. Anything lesser and I would make sure you take it slower.