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Best deals for Oct. 12: Save on Keurig, Oral-B, iPads, 4K TVs, CBD oil, KitchenAid, Amazon Echo Show, and more

The weekend is finally here, so we’ve rounded up the best deals on dental hygiene products and kitchen gear and more. We also have deals on adult learning courses from Udemy, if you want to spend your weekend learning web coding and design instead of resting and relaxing.

Speaking of relaxing, you can save 15% on all CBD oil and CBD gummies from Medix CDB when you use the promo code “MASHABLE” at check out. If you’re interested in knowing more about CDB, read our article all about it here.

There are a number of deals on dental hygiene products, like Oral-B’s 7000 SmartSeries Rechargeable Power Electric Toothbrush, which is on sale for $129.94, and V-White’s Electric Ultrasonic Automatic Teeth Whitening system, which is priced at $39.98.

For the kitchen, KitchenAid’s Deluxe 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer is discounted to $229.00, which is $100 off its retail price, while Wolfgang Puck’s 6-in-1 Reversible Contact Grill is going for $58.99.

Meanwhile, Amazon has deals on their own streaming and home security devices, including buy two Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablets and save $65 and get $10 off two Fire TV Stick 4K devices when you use the promo code “TWOPACK” at check out.

Here are the best deals for Friday, Oct. 12:

CBD oil and CBD gummies

Chill out with Medix CBD.

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Tablets on sale

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4K TVs

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Dental hygiene products

Take care of your teeth with V-White.

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Kitchen gear

Make bread with Hamilton Beach.

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Amazon devices on sale

The new generation of Amazon devices are here.

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Udemy online classes on sale

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KitchenAid kicks off 100 year anniversary celebrations

With retail partners and media.

KitchenAid hosted its key retail partners and select media at an exclusive Sydney event to kick-start its 100 year anniversary celebrations.

To mark its 100 year heritage, the KitchenAid limited edition Misty Blue stand mixer (pictured) made its debut with only 1,000 units available across Australia and New Zealand.

Addressing attendees was KitchenAid Australia and Asia Pacific general manager, Kay Oswald.

“Good evening everyone and welcome to the start of our 100 year celebrations. I would like to thank our trade partners here in Australia and around the globe that have helped us make KitchenAid the number one mixer brand in the world and in Australia, the leader in food preparation.

“We are all about baking, that’s our legacy and that’s what everyone knows us for. It’s also how the brand started in 1919. One of the key products we will be launching to commemorate our anniversary is our limited edition Misty Blue stand mixer that includes some of the features that the original mixer had 100 years ago.

KitchenAid Australia and Asia Pacific general manager, Kay Oswald

“One of the most valuable legacy items that we have as a brand is the design of our mixer which has endured throughout the decades. Interestingly, colours, which are what we are known for, were not introduced until the 1950s. Our iconic Empire Red colour did not launch until the mid-1990s.

“Thank you again for celebrating our brand with us and to the next 100 years.”

KitchenAid Australia commercial director, Richard Thom also welcomed guests and thanked the brand’s retail partners.

“I have been with KitchenAid for almost 10 years now and for me it has been a wonderful journey to see our brand grow from the humble mixer to multiple categories in food preparation.

“I am a passionate foodie at heart and what resonated with me most when I joined the company was the sheer passion of the staff, the retailers and the consumers. I feel very fortunate to be part of the KitchenAid journey and now, globally, we sell five KitchenAid stand mixers every minute. That helps us be the undisputed global leader in the stand mixer category.”

KitchenAid Australia commercial director, Richard Thom

Whirlpool Oceania general manager for marketing, Liam Bryers highlighted the merging of major domestic appliances and small domestic appliances.

“2018 is special for us because we opened the first KitchenAid experience store-in-store concept in Melbourne. We have tried to take the 100 year heritage and history of an iconic brand and bring it into the future by merging it with major domestic appliances (MDA). Now consumers who own a KitchenAid small appliance can complement it with an oven, cooktop, and refrigerator.

An ice sculpture of the iconic KitchenAid stand mixer

“We spent the last three years working on this product. We wanted to make sure that when we launched, we upheld the value that KitchenAid small domestic appliances (SDA) had built over a long period of time in Australia. The KitchenAid smalls team has been instrumental in our journey and helped us ensure that we had one unique brand experience, so thank you for your support.

“We have merged MDA and SDA to create one premium experience. We are proud to be part of the KitchenAid history and the next chapter.”

Australian food stylist Donna Hay with My Kitchen Rules 20111 winner, Sammy Jakubiak

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Best deals for Oct. 12: Save on Keurig, Oral-B, iPads, CBD oil, KitchenAid mixers, Amazon Echo Show, and more

The weekend is finally here, so we’ve rounded up the best deals on dental hygiene products and kitchen gear and more. We also have deals on adult learning courses from Udemy, if you want to spend your weekend learning web coding and design instead of resting and relaxing.

Speaking of relaxing, you can save 15% on all CBD oil and CBD gummies from Medix CDB when you use the promo code “MASHABLE” at check out. If you’re interested in knowing more about CDB, read our article all about it here.

There are a number of deals on dental hygiene products, like Oral-B’s 7000 SmartSeries Rechargeable Power Electric Toothbrush, which is on sale for $129.94, and V-White’s Electric Ultrasonic Automatic Teeth Whitening system, which is priced at $39.98.

For the kitchen, KitchenAid’s Deluxe 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer is discounted to $229.00, which is $100 off its retail price, while Wolfgang Puck’s 6-in-1 Reversible Contact Grill is going for $58.99.

Meanwhile, Amazon has deals on their own streaming and home security devices, including buy two Fire HD 8 Kids Edition Tablets and save $65 and get $10 off two Fire TV Stick 4K devices when you use the promo code “TWOPACK” at check out.

Here are the best deals for Friday, Oct. 12:

CBD oil and CBD gummies

Chill out with Medix CBD.

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Tablets on sale

Image: Apple

Dental hygiene products

Take care of your teeth with V-White.

Image: V-WHITE

Kitchen gear

Make bread with Hamilton Beach.

Image: Hamilton Beach

Amazon devices on sale

The new generation of Amazon devices are here.

Image: amazon

Udemy online classes on sale

Learn web code and design from Udemy.

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Best deals for Oct. 11: Instant Pot, Apple MacBook Pro, CBD oil, KitchenAid mixers, Amazon smart lock kits, and more

This edition of daily deals is brought to you by one word: Relaxation. There are MacBook pro laptops on sale for binging Netflix, Blu-ray players to keep you entertained, and even CBD oil and CBD gummies on sale so you can seriously chill out. We’ve also rounded up deals on adult learning courses from Udemy, if you’re the type of person who gets all squirmy when you’re not being productive.

Speaking of Blu-ray, Halloween 4K, The Matrix UHD, and John Wick 4K Ultra HD are all on sale for less than $22 on Amazon. Moreover, you can get three select 4K UHD titles for just $49.99 from the retailer.

Amazon also has deals on a bunch of their streaming and home security devices, including save $15 on Fire TV Stick and Echo Dot and save up to $50 on two select Kids Edition products. You can also save up to $90.99 on Amazon smart lock kits.

For the kitchen, KitchenAid’s Artisan Series 5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer is on sale for $379.99, while Instant Pot’s DUO60 Pressure Cooker is priced at $79.96, which is $20 off its list price. 

Here are the best deals for Thursday, Oct. 11:

CBD oil and CBD gummies

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Kitchen gear

Save on KitchenAid.

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Apple MacBook Pro on sale

Yeah, the one with the Touch Bar.

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Movies and Blu-ray players

Just in time for Halloween, there’s a huge sale on Blu-rays.

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Amazon devices on sale

Check out the new Echo Dot.

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KitchenAid launches limited-edition mixer for 100-year anniversary

If you’re a super-fan of the Great British Bake Off, you may have your eye on the classic KitchenAid stand mixer, but don’t commit until you’ve seen this heritage-inspired stunner.

KitchenAid has launched a limited-edition version of the Artisan mixer ahead of its 100-year anniversary, which falls in 2019. The new model comes in an exclusive misty blue colour, with white trim and white textured ceramic bowl, reminiscent of KitchenAid’s early models.

You can buy it now from the KitchenAid website and it will also be available in John Lewis and Lakeland shortly, with prices starting from £699. That may be small fry if you like the idea of owning a piece of KitchenAid history, but it’s a sizable sum for a mixer.

Find out how the new model compares with the rest of the KitchenAid range below, or head to our round-up of the best stand mixers for the best budget-friendly options. Our top-scoring model costs less than £250.

KitchenAid 100-year anniversary mixer: how it measures up

This 4.8-litre stand mixer is a variation of the main KitchenAid mixer, the 5KSM175 model. Similar to the 5KSM185, a pricier version which has stainless-steel accessories and comes in six metallic colour options (including popular copper), it just ups the ante with some premium extras.

The main difference to the classic model is the textured hobnail-design ceramic bowl, which looks rather like a giant retro tea cup. KitchenAid says this bowl is titanium enforced and is chip, crack and stain resistant. It can be used in the microwave, oven or freezer, and is also dishwasher safe.

You get the standard three mixer attachments: a wire whisk, dough hook and flat beater. A flex edge beater is also included in the box. This has a soft silicon wiper edge, which helps to incorporate ingredients from the side of the bowl when mixing.

In a nod to its 100-year anniversary status, this model has commemorative labelling on the trim. It also comes with a five-year warranty.

Limited edition model vs other KitchenAid mixers

Here’s a quick guide to the main differences between the KitchenAid range, so you can see how the limited edition version measures up.

  • KitchenAid Mini Compact model with smaller footprint and 3.3-litre bowl, £450
  • KitchenAid 5KSM125 Classic model, 4.8-litre bowl, £550
  • KitchenAid 5KSM175 Additional 3-litre mini mixing bowl and flex beater, £600
  • KitchenAid 5KSM180 Limited-edition version with ceramic bowl and flex beater, £699
  • KitchenAid 5KSM185 Metallic colours including copper, solid stainless steel accessories, from £650 (copper is £739)

There are also a couple of older versions around which are cheaper, including the 5KSM150 series mixers (from £300), and the slightly smaller 4.3-litre 5KSM45SS model (from £300). You’ll usually get a more limited choice of colours with these models.

To see how the KitchenAid range fare in our tough baking tests and to compare models, head to our KitchenAid reviews.

Should you buy the limited-edition KitchenAid?

Only if you’re sold on the look and potential collectability of this model. We think the 5KSM175 is better value, as you get an extra mini mixing bowl and have a choice of more than 20 colours.

If you don’t want to clog up your dishwasher, the stainless-steel bowl is likely to be easier to clean than the textured ceramic version, too. You also get a splashguard with the 5KSM175 version, which will help to prevent lighter ingredients such as flour or icing sugar being flung out onto your worktop.

It’s likely that, if you love the idea of owning a piece of history, you won’t mind putting up with a few minor niggles such as this. You can always buy extras such as a splashguard or mini bowl if you want them further down the line.

However, if you’re on a budget, there are cheaper ways to get help with your bakes, some of which are equally attractive.

Cheaper alternatives to the KitchenAid mixer

Want a stylish retro-look stand mixer, but not ready to part with that much dough? We’ve reviewed mixers that cost a fraction of the £699 KitchenAid heritage stand mixer and look great, too.

Kenwood’s popular kMix food mixer (above, from £200) is probably the best-known rival and has featured in the Bake Off tent in previous years. It’s available in a range of colours including red and limited-edition copper. Retro fridge brand Smeg also makes a stylish retro mixer (£350) in colours such as duck egg blue, retro red and classic cream.

Cheaper options include the Cuisinart Precision mixer (£300) and Swan by Fearne Cotton stand mixer, which you can get for less than £200 depending on the colour. You can choose between cream, pale blue, lilac and white.

Some of these mixers have made it into our prestigious Best Buy list, but not all. See all our stand mixer reviews to compare models and find out which ones will guarantee that you’re the star baker this Christmas, whatever your budget.

Prices correct as of 9 October 2018, but can vary by store and colour option.
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KitchenAid launches limited-edition mixer for 100-year anniversary

If you’re a super-fan of the Great British Bake Off, you may have your eye on the classic KitchenAid stand mixer, but don’t commit until you’ve seen this heritage-inspired stunner.

KitchenAid has launched a limited-edition version of the Artisan mixer ahead of its 100-year anniversary, which falls in 2019. The new model comes in an exclusive misty blue colour, with white trim and white textured ceramic bowl, reminiscent of KitchenAid’s early models.

You can buy it now from the KitchenAid website and it will also be available in John Lewis and Lakeland shortly, with prices starting from £699. That may be small fry if you like the idea of owning a piece of KitchenAid history, but it’s a sizable sum for a mixer.

Find out how the new model compares with the rest of the KitchenAid range below, or head to our round-up of the best stand mixers for the best budget-friendly options. Our top-scoring model costs less than £250.

KitchenAid 100-year anniversary mixer: how it measures up

This 4.8-litre stand mixer is a variation of the main KitchenAid mixer, the 5KSM175 model. Similar to the 5KSM185, a pricier version which has stainless-steel accessories and comes in six metallic colour options (including popular copper), it just ups the ante with some premium extras.

The main difference to the classic model is the textured hobnail-design ceramic bowl, which looks rather like a giant retro tea cup. KitchenAid says this bowl is titanium enforced and is chip, crack and stain resistant. It can be used in the microwave, oven or freezer, and is also dishwasher safe.

You get the standard three mixer attachments: a wire whisk, dough hook and flat beater. A flex edge beater is also included in the box. This has a soft silicon wiper edge, which helps to incorporate ingredients from the side of the bowl when mixing.

In a nod to its 100-year anniversary status, this model has commemorative labelling on the trim. It also comes with a five-year warranty.

Limited edition model vs other KitchenAid mixers

Here’s a quick guide to the main differences between the KitchenAid range, so you can see how the limited edition version measures up.

  • KitchenAid Mini Compact model with smaller footprint and 3.3-litre bowl, £450
  • KitchenAid 5KSM125 Classic model, 4.8-litre bowl, £550
  • KitchenAid 5KSM175 Additional 3-litre mini mixing bowl and flex beater, £600
  • KitchenAid 5KSM180 Limited-edition version with ceramic bowl and flex beater, £699
  • KitchenAid 5KSM185 Metallic colours including copper, solid stainless steel accessories, from £650 (copper is £739)

There are also a couple of older versions around which are cheaper, including the 5KSM150 series mixers (from £300), and the slightly smaller 4.3-litre 5KSM45SS model (from £300). You’ll usually get a more limited choice of colours with these models.

To see how the KitchenAid range fare in our tough baking tests and to compare models, head to our KitchenAid reviews.

Should you buy the limited-edition KitchenAid?

Only if you’re sold on the look and potential collectability of this model. We think the 5KSM175 is better value, as you get an extra mini mixing bowl and have a choice of more than 20 colours.

If you don’t want to clog up your dishwasher, the stainless-steel bowl is likely to be easier to clean than the textured ceramic version, too. You also get a splashguard with the 5KSM175 version, which will help to prevent lighter ingredients such as flour or icing sugar being flung out onto your worktop.

It’s likely that, if you love the idea of owning a piece of history, you won’t mind putting up with a few minor niggles such as this. You can always buy extras such as a splashguard or mini bowl if you want them further down the line.

However, if you’re on a budget, there are cheaper ways to get help with your bakes, some of which are equally attractive.

Cheaper alternatives to the KitchenAid mixer

Want a stylish retro-look stand mixer, but not ready to part with that much dough? We’ve reviewed mixers that cost a fraction of the £699 KitchenAid heritage stand mixer and look great, too.

Kenwood’s popular kMix food mixer (above, from £200) is probably the best-known rival and has featured in the Bake Off tent in previous years. It’s available in a range of colours including red and limited-edition copper. Retro fridge brand Smeg also makes a stylish retro mixer (£350) in colours such as duck egg blue, retro red and classic cream.

Cheaper options include the Cuisinart Precision mixer (£300) and Swan by Fearne Cotton stand mixer, which you can get for less than £200 depending on the colour. You can choose between cream, pale blue, lilac and white.

Some of these mixers have made it into our prestigious Best Buy list, but not all. See all our stand mixer reviews to compare models and find out which ones will guarantee that you’re the star baker this Christmas, whatever your budget.

Prices correct as of 9 October 2018, but can vary by store and colour option.
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KitchenAid Announce Limited Edition Misty Blue Stand Mixer

To celebrate their 100th anniversary, kitchen icon KitchenAid debuts their limited edition heritage-inspired Misty Blue Heritage Artisan Series Model 4.8L Tilt-Head Stand Mixer in Australia – with only 1,000 available in Australia and New Zealand.

Born from an Ohio based engineer Herbert Johnson, who conceived the classic Stand Mixer in 1919, KitchenAid has been setting the standard for reliability, flawless performance and timeless design.

Today, the colourful KitchenAid range can be found in family homes across Australia and the world. The custom Misty Blue colour makes a modern fresh statement, while also celebrating KitchenAid’s colourful past.

The retro design includes unique limited-edition features: a heritage-inspired KitchenAid logo, a custom power hub cover, ceramic bowl, and bonus flex edge beater.

“Misty Blue brings back a definitive style that will spark nostalgia across generations, while also continuing to inspire in the kitchen,” said Kay Oswald, General Manager and Managing Director Asia-Pacific at KitchenAid.

KitchenAid will be celebrating their anniversary all year long and is planning on not only commemorating the brand’s past but also invites everyone to rejoice in the spirit of making memories to inspire the brand for another century.

To register your interest in a pre-ordering a Misty Blue product head to their website here.

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