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  1. Keurig K-Supreme Plus Coffee Maker (Stainless Steel)
    (4.7)
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    est. $12 /week*
  2. the Breville Barista Pro Espresso Maker (Black)
    (4.7)
    Lease to Own at
    est. $43 /week*
  3. KitchenAid 5.5 Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer - Contour Silver
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    KitchenAid 5.5 Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer - Contour Silver
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  4. Cuisinart - CoffeeCenter 12-Cup Coffee Maker Barista Bar 4-In-1 Coffeemaker - Black
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    est. $16 /week*
  5. Bartesian Premium Cocktail Machine - Gray
    (4.5)
    Lease to Own at
    est. $22 /week*
  6. Demeyere - Industry 5-Ply 12.5-inch Stainless Steel Fry Pan with Helper Handle - Silver
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    Demeyere - Industry 5-Ply 12.5-inch Stainless Steel Fry Pan with Helper Handle - Silver
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  7. Breville - the Barista Express Impress Espresso Machine - Damson Blue
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    Breville - the Barista Express Impress Espresso Machine - Damson Blue
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  8. SodaStream - Terra Water Maker Kit - Black
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    est. $6 /week*
  9. Ember - Temperature Control Smart Mug² - 10 oz - Black
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    est. $7 /week*
  10. Bella Pro Series - Single Serve & 12-Cup Coffee Maker Combo - Black
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    est. $7 /week*
  11. Instant Pot - RIO WIDE Plus 7.5Qt 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker & Multi-Cooker - Black
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    est. $10 /week*
  12. Rachael Ray - Create Delicious 13-Piece Cookware Set - Teal Shimmer
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Whether a Christmas-only baker or a cooking enthusiast, it may be time to trade out your old equipment and lease kitchen appliances instead. Nothing is more frustrating than getting all the ingredients into a bowl only to find the mixer doesn't turn on or the fridge isn’t cold enough.  If your appliances are becoming unreliable, it may be time for an upgrade, but who can afford that all at once? Appliance breakdowns can be an unexpected expense. Still, you can’t be without a microwave for too long. Thankfully, rent-to-own kitchen appliances might be just what you’ve been looking for. For a small bi-weekly payment, you can have dependable appliances and still have money in the bank. You can upgrade what you have or even try something new.

Have you ever wondered why everyone is so excited about air fryers? Is the food really healthier? Does it taste the same as deep-frying? Maybe you’d like to try it, but spending $100 just to see if you like a product doesn’t seem like a smart decision. What about juicers? They seem like an exciting change. But would you really use it? Is there even room for it in your kitchen? How many trendy appliances have you seen wasting away in the corners of kitchens and cabinets? There’s no need to buy and regret it. Instead of making a big purchase and letting these items collect dust if you don’t like them, lease kitchen appliances.

Leaseville carries everything from juicers and air fryers to mini fridges to meat grinders. If you need to make an Instagram-worthy birthday cake but don’t have the right tools, check out our Kitchenaid stand mixers starting at $17 per week. If you need some extra refrigerator space to hold party snacks, our Insignia 4.9 Cu. Ft. mini fridge has two glass shelves and three lower freezer drawers starting at $13 per week. Having a party? Upgrade the experience with our Bartesian Premium Cocktail Machine, a smart cocktail maker, for only $19 per week. Whatever your kitchen needs, we’ve got you covered. Try out something new, and if you love it, keep it. Just continue your bi-weekly payments for one year, and your rent-to-own kitchen appliances will be all yours.

Is leasing appliances a good idea?
Leasing appliances is a flexible option that allows you to try a better piece of equipment for a short time or upgrade your kitchen with small bi-weekly payments. Leasing can be a great option to get the appliances you need now and own them after one year.

Should I buy or rent appliances?
Purchasing appliances is a big commitment. You might invest a lot of money into an item and find it doesn’t work for you, but you’re stuck with it. Renting appliances allows you to sample different options until you find something you love. And once you love it, you can continue with your lease or buy the product outright from Leaseville.

Why should I rent-to-own my kitchen appliances instead of finance them?
Using a rent-to-own option with appliances is more than just financing them. Financing your new appliance means you are committed to that item. If it doesn’t work out, you’ll have to deal with complicated return policies. Rent-to-own allows you to try appliances for longer than a 30-day return window. Additionally, Leaseville wants to work with you no matter what your credit score looks like. You can walk away with an appliance today.