Bosch & Grain Mill Special

I just found out this a.m. that our supplier is able to get one last shipment of Bosch Universal kitchen machines (before the only available ones will be the new Universal Plus machines) – and we can offer it combined with the VitalMill (flour mill) at a SUPER PRICE for ONE WEEK ONLY!

NEW VitalMill & Bosch Universal Mixer Combo Special

Super Low Price Special lasts for One Week Only !!
Order by Aug. 7!

Purchase the VitalMill and Universal Bosch (model MUM6610) as a combo and save!!!

The Special Price on these 2 machines – INCLUDING a Blender for the Bosch – is $499.99! A Super Deal! It even includes FREE Shipping!

The VitalMill is much like the old Ultra Mill – a bit noisier machine, but still does a good job of producing flour.

See more about the Bosch and Grain Mills in general – like why I think you should have them 馃檪
(the specials button isn’t on these pages):
Bosch Kitchen Center
Flour Mill

Here’s info about the VitalMill:
. 20 cup bowl capacity

路 Strong, durable stainless steel milling heads

路 Self-cleaning mill chamber

路 Free-flow air design. Will not overheat.

路 Hopper extension for larger capacity and quieter milling

路 Wide opening access – mill lid

路 Easy grip handle

路 Clog free – no gumming, jamming and plugging

路 Grinds non-oily grain (wheat, rye, spelt, millet, rice, corn, beans, quinoa, amaranth and oats)

路 ETL approval (for both US and Canada)

路 5 year warranty

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5 Responses to Bosch & Grain Mill Special

  1. MaryJo Boyle says:

    I acquired a used grain mill that appears to be the same as the VitalMill, except that it says “Ultramill” on the side and the model # is 188. No instruction manual was included. Can you tell me if there is a website with a manual available for this machine?
    Thanks for your help!

  2. Hi MaryJo,

    Yes, the UltraMill was the same basic design as the VitalMill (and the KTec and Magic Mills before it.) I’m am checking to see if I can track down a manual for you.

  3. MaryJo,
    The owners manuals are available for download at Kitchen Resource. You will find the VitalMill manual there. It is the same as the UltraMill. Just a new name, same company and instructions. (The link has been updated and is accurate now.)

  4. MaryJo says:

    Got it, thanks for your help! I can’t wait to use it and make bread from freshly milled flour. =0)