Save $200 off the market price off the KitchenAid Magnetic Drive KSB5085 Blender at Kitchen Warehouse

Save $200 off the market price off the KitchenAid Magnetic Drive KSB5085 Blender at Kitchen Warehouse

The KitchenAid Magnetic Drive KSB5085 Blender is $699 at Kitchen Warehouse.

That’s at least $200 off the prices on it at Kitchenware Superstore, Everten, Harvey Norman, and Peter’s of Kensington.

What’s makes the deal even better is that they’ve got a free shipping coupon code (see link below) that will save you the extra $9.90 that you’d have to pay for delivery otherwise.

Colours available: candy apple, onyx black.

Very powerful appliance, great for people that are cooking professionally or for those that have just stepped in to the world of cooking.

The machine is great for juicing, soups, sauces, milkshakes and smoothies and there isn’t really much effort required either - the best part is that it offers hands free blending - which is great when you're multi-tasking.

Features:
• Die-case metal base.
• Magnetic Drive technology securely locks the jug in place for hands free blending.
• 1300W motor.
• Diamond Blending System features stainless steel blades and diamond pitcher.
• Pitcher is dishwasher safe.
• Designed to be stored under cabinets – slide pitcher in and to create a low profile design.
• Ingredient funnel and cap.

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  • Earth
    Hi Shazoo, Thanks for sharing but I am afraid you can get it cheaper at The Good Guys for $679. https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/kitchenaid-magnetic-drive-blender-candy-apple-5ksb5085aca Of course , you can still haggle in store and get a few more $$$ off :) Or $2 more $681 @ Appliances Online. https://www.appliancesonline.com.au/kitchenaid-5ksb5085aca-magnetic-drive-blender/ Have a nice evening Kind regards
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  • Shazoo
    That's slightly even better Earth, thanks:)
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  • vikk
    I think many Buckscoopers will agree when I say that I would never feel comfortable paying this much for a blender, no matter how good it is. It's hard to find bargains on KitchenAid machines in general because they're so overpriced ... I mean a $650+ blender is a bit excessive, isn't it?! :|
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  • Shazoo
    Well, for those of you looking for a cheaper blender, there's also this KitchenAid Diamond Blender KSB1586 Candy Apple Red that is on sale at Everten for $244 whereas some of the other online stores are charging up to $299 for it. It's probably not as fancy as the Magnetic Drive, but it's also got some decent features: • Diamond blending system for consistency • Use it to chop, mix, puree, liquify • Has a crush ice option • Intelli-Speed ™ motor control • Premium 2 coat metallic finish • Patented stainless steel blade • CleanTouch control panel with LED lights • Powercord storage underneath die-cast metal base • Steel reinforced coupler for direct and efficient power from motor to blade • 4 speed settings • BPA free jug, 1.75L • Stay put lid with ingredient cup • Includes recipe book with over 60 recipes https://doxz7msmg7sxx.cloudfront.net/media/catalog/product/cache/21/image/992x558/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/5/k/5ksb1586aca.jpg
    Edited By: Shazoo on 2016/07/22 19:28:11: ...
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