Monday, 20 August 2012

Amazon Offer on Andrew James 1000W Stand Mixer 60% OFF



Hello everyone just seen this amazing offer on Amazon, 60% off the price  of this mixer with good reviews from people who have bought, you can see the reviews here, and you have made comments on facebook which I have included below. I personally don't have one, but £80 for a £200 mixer- it does seem like a BARGAIN!! 

Personally...I think I am going to save up for a KitchenAid or Kenwood- Argh cant decide!  We will have a review of KitchenAid vs. Kenwood in our next newsletter, if you arrant already signed up send us an email and we will add you to the mailing list bookings@cakemasters.co.uk

If you dont have a budget of £300+ for a Kenwood or KitchenAid, how about one of these mixers from Andrew James, for £79.95

SUPER SALE PRICE - New 2012 Model Andrew James 1000 WATT Electric Food Stand Mixer In Stunning Silver With Splash Guard and 5.2 Litre Bowl + FREE Spatula + FREE 128 Page Food Mixer Cookbook - Price normally £199.95- 




 
 
 
 




 Some of your comments from our Facebook page:


5 comments:

  1. The comments about the noise of this mixer never fail to amuse me it's a 1000wt. It will be noisy. I have had three Kenwoods previously since the 50's and it's Andrew James for me. for most things this mixer doesn't even need to be run at the high speeds except whisking.

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    1. I have the larger andrew james and I love it!

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  2. I have both Andrew James and a Kenwood and there is no comparison. However, it is absolutely fine and does the job as long as you get it BEFORE you get a Kenwood because then there is no going back!! It is much noisier and doesn't go right to the edges of the bowl but it did me fine for a few years. Having said that, mine didn't come with the flexi beater blade so that might be a big improvement. A definite good buy for a new baker I'd say. Does anyone know where I can buy a flexi beater bade as a separate part because I would love to try it to see if it improves the machine (I run cupcake classes and use three different machines to show students the difference between them!)

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  3. where can I buy replacement attachments for this mixer. Proving impossible. Help

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    1. I need to buy replacement parts too, got the 7l stand mixer but struggling to find it anywhere! Any luck finding a supplier? Ta

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