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Grab the Instant Stand Mixer Pro for its lowest price ever

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SAVE $90: The Instant Stand Mixer Pro is on sale at Amazon for its lowest price ever at $209.95 as of Dec. 2. That’s a savings of 30%.

Instant Pot fans know the score. Having one of the best slow cookers (and rice cooker, and yogurt maker, and everything else) just makes putting a home-cooked meal on the table so much easier. That’s part of why the Instant Pot name has become such a beloved brand over the years. But did you know the company also sells a stand mixer, too?

If you want to see how an Instant Home-branded mixer could help speed things up in the kitchen, now’s a great time to give one a try. Amazon has the Instant Stand Mixer Pro on sale for $209.95, its lowest price ever, as of Dec. 2. That’s $90 off its usual price of $299.99, and a savings of 30%.

Just like its Instant Pot brethren, the Instant Stand Mixer Pro handles multiple duties, like mixing cookie dough in its 7.4-qt stainless steel mixing bowl, or making a batch of bread with its dough hook. Its 600-watt motor should be able to handle any mixing job you throw at it. It also comes with a mixing paddle, whisk and removable pouring shield, 10 speed settings, and a digital timer so you can set it and (mostly) forget it. (Don’t actually forget that it’s mixing, though.)

The mixer itself is pretty lightweight as well, so you can pick it up and move it around as you see fit. And when you’re done cooking, you can throw your mixing bowl, paddle, dough hook, and whisk right into the dishwasher for easy cleanup. It doesn’t come in the variety of colors KitchenAid mixers do, but it’s a nice-looking piece of equipment. And with its sale price, it’s a great time to see if this is the stand mixer you’ve been waiting for.

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