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anonymoose

I saw that mixer (or one very much like it) at Home Outfitters two weeks ago. It was very, very tempting.

Stephanie

Matt and I found those mixers last year...but fortunately price and fragility (!) prevented us from adding a THIRD mixer to our household!

Lyn

A third? You mean you have a second? Does that mean I can have a second? My birthday is coming up....

Stephanie

Matt had a gorgeous K5 when I met him. We not long ago inherited his grandmother's smaller Kitchenaid mixer (she didn't die or anything, but down-sized considerably), so that's two.

And of course you can have another! Tell Cakes I said so. ('cause I carry *so* much weight in your relationship...!)

Lyn

Anonymoose: Oh my god! I just popped into Home Outfitters at lunchtime to have a closeup look at these babies and they are gorgeous BUT Home Outfitters charges $595 for the mixer and $369 for the blender! Yikes. Much better off buying them for $199 and $125 US at Overstock.com - even with shipping and exchange, it'd work out heaps cheaper!

anonymoose

Well, I said it was tempting; I never said it was cheap! ;) The nice thing is you can touch these ones before you decide to splurge on them through Overstock.

Jena

An ad in today's (Feb. 10) Edmonton Journal lists the mixers at $199.99 and the blenders at $99.99 at Home Outfitters this weekend. They list the regular price as $559.99 for the mixers -- they're gorgeous, sure, but that's a little insane!

Lyn

damn you Jena. My credit card hates you.

Jena

Just doing my bit for the ole Canadian economy... :)

Tanna

The bowl alone is worth it. How beautiful!

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