Kitchenaid mixer down by £100 in early Black Friday deals

BLACK FRIDAY is fast approaching, and if you're looking for a huge deal on kitchen tech, we've got just the thing.

Currys has slashed the price of their Kitchenaid Artisan mixer by a handy £100.

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As part of their Black Friday deals, there's a handy £100 off the best selling KitchenAid Artisan Mixer.

  • Kicthenaid Artisan Stand Mixer, £399, Currys – buy here

Usually priced at £499 it's on offer for £399, as part of Currys Black Friday and beyond deals.

If you've been avidly watching Bake Off this year (who hasn't?), then this is the deal for you.

With a 300W power, 10 speed levels, and a 4.8 litre capacity there's a lot of tech for your money.

It mixes, beats, whisks and kneads, and also comes with three accessories, so it's perfect for any at home baker.

Currys' description says: "From bread dough to cake mix, and egg whites, the KitchenAid Artisan 5KSM125BMH Stand Mixer makes food prep easy by giving you a helping hand in creating delicious dishes from scratch.

"In the box you'll find a stainless steel mixing bowl, flat beater, 6-wire whip and a dough hook to help you tackle any recipe."

It's just one of many huge deals available at Currys now, with deals across electronics including coffee machines, fridges, TVs and much more.

More Great Black Friday Deals

Take a look at some of the other Black Friday deals we’ve found around the web

  • 101 Black Friday deals
  • Fridges
  • Microwaves
  • Washing Machines
  • Coffee Machines
  • Shark
  • Dyson

Enjoyed our round-up of the Currys Black Friday sale? We've also looked at the best deals you can get on the Nintendo Switch this November.

Here's our round-up of the John Lewis Black Friday sale.

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