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    If you Dh is willing GO FOR IT! I have never heard of someone that didnt love theirs. I just convinced my mom (the cheapest woman alive) to get one last year. She wonders how she did any baking in the last 60 years
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    Yeah...it is worth the money.

    I like my Sunbeam but it requires a lot more attention, I have to work it and scrape the sides and be present for whatever is happening in there. The Kitchen Aid paddle is amazing, it scrapes the sides and mixes beautifully. I have made the same recipes in both mixers and just loved the experience of the Kitchen Aid. I'm also worried about my Sunbeam lasting, since I use it so much.
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    All I have ever invested in is a whisk. LOL maybe that is why I don't like baking.

    Although, it has proved to be very entertaining to watch my fancy dinner party guests take turns whisking heavy cream before we eat dessert.

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    All I have ever invested in is a whisk. LOL maybe that is why I don't like baking.

    Although, it has proved to be very entertaining to watch my fancy dinner party guests take turns whisking heavy cream before we eat dessert.

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    I love my whisk. Whisks. I have 3 different sizes. I love them all.
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    A Kitchen Aid to a baker is probably like my Cuisinart food processor is to me! I could not cook without it.
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    I love mine! Make sure you wait for a great sale - usually on Black Friday you can find someone having a big time deal on them.

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    Was a LOT of money for us too. I told my dh I wanted one.. years later he found a deal at Costco and got me one for Christmas. I love it, use it all the time, and I wouldn't get a cheaper one.. Go with the good one girl!
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    Thank you for all the responses. I believe DH is or has gotten me one for my birthday. We are redoing are whole kitchen, so it will make a nice addition.

    ~Bonita~

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    That's great. I want to know what color. I am craving a red one, or an orange one. Dave bought me the Sunbeam a few years ago when I started baking so I don't want to hurt his feelings by upgrading. I'll wait for a great sale and then it'll make sense.
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