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KitchenAid Professional 600 Architect Stand Mixer (50% off)

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Aug 28, 2008
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Check the model number to see if it would also qualify for $50 off with the printable coupon here: http://www.kitchenaid.ca/assets/pdfs/se ... PDF_en.pdf
That would bring this down to $299 (well a little more as the $50 is after tax).
Still, a ridiculous buy!
Wish I hadn't bought the HD 475 watt version for $269 from Cayne's earlier this month :(
Cheers!
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Nov 27, 2003
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hot deal without the rebate. Super hot with the rebate.
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Jan 24, 2009
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The title says Professional 600 but the description says Professional 5 Plus...

The difference being the bowl capacity and power (as far as I can tell) is lower on the 5 Plus.
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Jun 22, 2009
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Is this the same as the one The Shopping Channel had a couple weeks ago with extras for $299? As I posted in this thread, someone from another site said the Pro 5 + is the same as the Deluxe 5 model
http://forums.redflagdeals.com/kitchena ... el-939152/

Maybe not, as randomroyalty said, the bowl size is different. Different wattage as well.
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Jun 22, 2009
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Here's more info based on the model number Mok pointed out-
"The KP26M1XACS is our new Architect Series 6-qt. stand mixer. It's the same internally as the Pro 600 series, only the color finish is different. The color is called Cocoa Silver, and it's currently a Macy's exclusive for now. It should become more widely available later this year or next year. It's part of a whole new series of Architect appliances that we've recently introduced--they have a nice professional look, and are all matching with the same color and finish, and the Architect trim band."
http://www.kitchenaidconversations.com/ ... C_ID=26332

# Easily accommodates up to 14 cups of flour
# Professional bowl-lift design raises bowl into mixing position
# Soft start mixing function builds speed slowly to reduce splatter
# PowerKnead™ spiral dough hook replicates hand-kneading to handle 20% more dough than previous models
# 6-Qt. stainless steel bowl with ergonomic handle
# Hinged power hub lets you use any optional KitchenAid attachment
# Durable, direct drive, all-steel gear transmission delivers high-performance mixing action
# Includes: burnished flat beater, dough hook, wire whip and pouring shield
# 575W
http://www1.macys.com/catalog/product/i ... ryID=29425
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Apr 4, 2003
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Seems like a good deal! What's holding me back is some of the more recent Amazon reviews seem to have the common complaint that it's not the same quality as the kitchenaid mixers back in the day and for some reason people who use it to make bread find it breaks easily.

But this does seem like a nice mixer if you are going to do lighter load stuff apparently.
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Feb 28, 2004
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Unfortunately, since Hobart sold off its KitchenAid consumer division a number of years ago, the quality has gone down. Plastic and/or nylon gears and other inner workings have replaced those previously made of metal. The KitchenAid mixer of yore is no more.
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Sep 28, 2005
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Pointe-Claire
Does anyone know which model this REALLY is:

Professional 600
or
Professional 5 Plus ?
Member
Aug 2, 2009
295 posts
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BC
This one is cocoa silver color, it may not qualify for $50 rebate. you should call KitchenAid CS to confirm that.
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congenic wrote: Seems like a good deal! What's holding me back is some of the more recent Amazon reviews seem to have the common complaint that it's not the same quality as the kitchenaid mixers back in the day and for some reason people who use it to make bread find it breaks easily.

But this does seem like a nice mixer if you are going to do lighter load stuff apparently.
Wow 882 reviews and most of them 5 star. Price on this machine in the states is 350 roughly. Sears is way overpriced. For those wondering the "professional" name means nothing as the unit sold to commercial kitchens comes in white (and only white) and is the KM25G0XWH. Lesser wateage but is NSF rated for food safety. Still a good price for a good mixer.
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Oct 20, 2006
556 posts
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Vancouver
it should? rebate says that its all colours.

call me stupid but you rotate the crank to raise/lower it, but dont you have to tilt the bowl to bring the bowl out? i know nothing about this but the lady is totally into baking

by the url this should be the 600 and the description should be the typo
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Sep 28, 2005
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Pointe-Claire
Hope it is the 600!

Ordered! Shows as "Back Ordered" with a date in late October. No rebate? :(
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Dec 28, 2006
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Hi!

I have no clue what one of these mixers does but my gf has mentioned before that she really wanted one of these but could never justify the price. She likes making cakes and baking. I was wondering if anybody would be able to give me an opinion on this mixer and if it's worth it. Want to surprise her with this as a gift. I looked online for some reviews and they were positive. Just want to make sure this is a hot deal for something like this. any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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Oct 19, 2007
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There is a rebate as long as you can prove that it was purchased before Oct. 3 IIRC.

btw. thanks OP. just got one for my girlfriend as she LOVES to bake.
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Jun 25, 2004
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LoneI2anger wrote: it should? rebate says that its all colours.

call me stupid but you rotate the crank to raise/lower it, but dont you have to tilt the bowl to bring the bowl out? i know nothing about this but the lady is totally into baking

by the url this should be the 600 and the description should be the typo

You tilt the bowl ever so slightly (just to unhinge it from the metal dimple at the back of the machine). And you have to take the attachment off at same time that you remove the bowl.

At a regular price of $699.99, this should be the Professional 600.
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Oct 20, 2006
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BD006 wrote: You tilt the bowl ever so slightly (just to unhinge it from the metal dimple at the back of the machine). And you have to take the attachment off at same time that you remove the bowl.

At a regular price of $699.99, this should be the Professional 600.

ahh ok then. when i watched the lady at home bake, she has the one where you tilt the head back up. clearly im one of those guys that just get to wash dishes and lick the crumbs =/

thank you very much for your reply, i was just worried that this doesnt seem as friendly as the ones where you tilt the head instead
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