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Frigidaire 4.5L 8 Speed Retro Stand Mixer - Black or Silver - $59.88

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[Home Depot] Frigidaire 4.5L 8 Speed Retro Stand Mixer - Black or Silver - $59.88


Model # APESTM020-BLACK Store SKU # 1001531797

Get a smooth mixture with this standing bowl mixer. There is nothing worse than a lumpy mix when it needs to be smooth and consistent. Well, with the Frigidaire mixer that is a problem of the past! The planetary rotation offers a thorough mix each and every time it is used, while the anti-slip feet prevent it from rocking off the counter. No mess and no lumps, the Frigidaire stand mixer makes the perfect addition to any kitchen.
  • A stylish shiny belt for added effect
  • With 8 different speeds plus a pulse you can be sure to find the perfect mixing power
  • Features a lifting mechanism with a safety switch for using the mixer safely and easily
  • Anti-slip feet for mixing with more stability
  • 120V, 50/60HZ, 380W
  • 4.5L Stainless Steel Bowl

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Deal Guru
Jul 20, 2006
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Listed at 1200W. How does this compare to some of the cheaper KA ones?
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Jan 24, 2013
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I do not know where you see 1200w

It is listed at 380w
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Sep 19, 2008
1065 posts
What's the difference between this and the 350 dollar kitchenaid?
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Apr 30, 2009
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cbr600 wrote: What's the difference between this and the 350 dollar kitchenaid?
I'd expect the KA ones to be built way better. At $76, there has to be a lot of corners cut.

You can also easily get KA parts/repairs, as well as a whole lot of accessories (not all are worthwhile, but a fair number are).
No regrets buying our KA mixer.

If you're looking for a deal on a stand mixer, buy a used KA.
Jan 5, 2014
218 posts
Saw this at local HD (Oakville). I was instantly drawn in by the price, then repulsed by the suction cups that they use to make up for the lack of heftiness.

Now, I'm not baker, so I can't say whether there will be difference. In sure a quick google search can find out, but the lightness of the machine was off-putting.
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Jun 14, 2008
3946 posts
Speaking as someone who started with a $80 Bodum mixer, don't buy cheap plastic off brand mixers. Buy the biggest/heaviest you think you'll need, you'll be happier and save money in the long run.
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Jul 9, 2009
737 posts
This mixer was 69.99 at giant Tiger last year . (I think it's the same one) I have it and it works very well. It's plastic body and not cast like the KitchenAid one but it mixes very well and I have no complaints at all for the price I paid. had 3 attachments for mixing and still running strong.
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Apr 26, 2019
164 posts
I got this more than a year ago from The Source ( I had some gift coupons). Has been working fine since one year for making dough everyday. Also, occasionally I use it for making butter from heavy cream. Never had any problem due to light weight. It stays in place, doesn't wobble. However at the end of dough making, the machine head shakes a bit, I can not say build quality is great.

But for the price, it is above average for normal work. I see it as a good starter stand mixer, if you want to see how much you will use a stand mixer, you can start with this one instead of getting stuck with a $350 investment. After few years you can always upgrade to better option. Size is also pretty compact, does not occupy much space in kitchen.
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Jun 26, 2009
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Great for mixing paint or grout - there is a reason they sell this at Homedepot Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
Feb 1, 2009
64 posts
This is now $39.88.
It's almost a no-brainer now. Could be a good backup if you already have a mixer.


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