Overstock sells KitchenAid appliances to consumers online, while both Lowe's and The Home Depot offer brick-and-mortar retail locations, as well as online shopping options, for KitchenAid appliances. Overstock carries primarily small appliances, while Lowe's and The Home Depot both offer a wider range of KitchenAid products, as of 2015.
Overstock lets shoppers purchase small kitchen appliances from KitchenAid online in just a few clicks, simplifying the process of finding the right appliance with a wide selection of available categories and filters. Reviews from owners of KitchenAid appliances listed alongside the images and description of each item help Overstock shoppers learn more about the quality and performance of the appliances. Lowe's carries both large and small kitchen appliances made by KitchenAid and offers shoppers the opportunity to visit local stores to view available models to get a better look at the items sold.
The Home Depot also carries a wide selection of appliances, both large and small, along with parts, filters and accessories for KitchenAid products. This retailer offers online and brick-and-mortar store support for sales and service, and many larger appliances come with free home delivery and removal of existing systems to help simplify installation. In addition, the Home Depot provides user ratings and reviews for comparison.