There is Certified Frustration-Free Packaging on the ship. The beater is nylon coated. The flat beater is dishwasher safe. The KitchenAid stand mixers are perfect for mixing cake batter, cookie dough, and more. Measures approximately 7 by 4 by 4 inches. K45, K45SS, KSM75, KSM90, KSM95, KSM 100, KSM103, and KSM-110 are models that are compatible.
👤Junk! I have had two others that don't last. The white coating has been chipping off, just like the last two, even though I have washed it and it hasn't seen any rough duty. How have you fallen? This isn't your mother's kitchen appliance. I don't understand why they don't just sell a replacement paddle.
👤I've had a stand mixer for almost two decades. I use it frequently in the kitchen. The edge of the tip of the coated flat beater was showing wear in the last year or so. I hesitated to buy a replacement because of the reviews that said the new beaters were not as durable. I got a replacement from Amazon. I adjusted my beater with a screwdriver. I probably wouldn't have had to replace the beater if I'd done this sooner. The new beater works great, so far, I have not had any problems with it. I don't want it on the counter or sink. I kept the old beater in case the new beater broke. My advice is to keep the manual that comes with the mixer, adjust the beater to bowl clearance, use the correct beater size, and be careful with the beater.
👤The quality of these beaters is degrading. I try to baby them but inevitably the coating will peel off and I have to buy another beater. I wish they made this beater in metal and left the stupid coating off.
👤The metal I ordered is lead. How? The machine made to touch food made me wonder if it was dangerous. Why? I don't care if it's coated in something. Over time, the enamel does chip. I replaced the paddle with this one because of this. Over time, my last one will chip despite hand washing. I would have replaced it much sooner if I'd known the metal was lead. I was making food for my family. I wouldn't have bought a Kitchen-aid mixer if I'd known. They should be more forthcoming with the little details about the material used. Other items clearly state what material they are made from. The company knows enable-coated lead wouldn't sell as well.
👤The first time we used it, the paint started chipping. I can't find the old, unpainted version. The old mixer attachment was turning gray and it was probably due to the metal being worn down. The paint on the paddle is peeling off. It was a holiday. We had no choice. Paint Chips vs. Gray Food. We pick paint chips. Thanks a lot, KitchenAid. I love you but you have to get it together!
👤This is not the right size for a KitchenAid mixer. KitchenAid joined the planned obsolescence crew. I have gotten a few other things from them in the past couple of years. I will spend more on quality, but KitchenAid is no longer that. Too bad.
👤I have had to replace this one twice due to the finish peeling. It is on the top. I had to replace my daughters with the same problem. She had a piece of the finish in her batter. The quality was very disappointing. I was on the phone for a ridiculous amount of time, only to be switched to recordings. All of my large appliances are made by Kitchenaid. This is very frustrating. I am going to invest in a flat beater, but Kitchenaid needs to address this issue. I am not the only one who is upset about this. Don't buy it, switch to something else.
The KitchenAid 8-Quart Stand Mixer is a large capacity baker's essential that can handle more than 8 pounds of dough for the perfect batches of cookies, bread, or crust. The bowl-lift design provides sturdy bowl support for large batches. The lever raises the bowl for efficient contact. The 10-speed slide control can be used to whip, stir, or stir very slowly, and the power hub can be used with more than 12 attachment options. With the 1.3HP motor, you can get professional results with consistent power to small and large loads with less heat build-up, resulting in years of dependable mixing. The commercial mixer has a Powerknead Spiral Dough Hook. Also, note: Before using the User Refer Manual on Technical Specification, be sure to read it.
👤I got this as a gift for Christmas and I just wanted to use it for the first time. It sounds like it's coming apart in the front of the machine. If we had used it right away, my return period would have gone back in a second. It only does it when there is a load. We made frosting which is low load so I'm afraid what it would do if we tried to make bread dough. I still have buyers remorse. This makes less dough than my 6 quart mixer. The bowl has higher sides and less surface area than the 6 quart blades. You try to make a larger amount and it makes a mess. If you're looking for a higher capacity than your existing kitchen aid, I recommend looking elsewhere. We have gone back to our 6 quart and it has become a paperweight in our house and we are hoping to resell it. Update 4/6/18... It's getting louder. Did some cookie dough. I thought it was going to fall apart.
👤I was excited to find the commercial version of the KitchenAid mixer. I was confused by the lack of power, smell and clicking noise when I first used the mixer. It was only a matter of time before the unit stopped working and the smell kept coming back. After being left overnight, I thought it was due to overheating, but it never fired back up. It is on its way back in less than 3 weeks.
👤I have used this twice and it is the same model as the professional 600. The pro 600 lasted 4 years. That's it. I was intrigued by the reviews about the people who purchased the commercial model that was previously used by the 600 pro model. I make on average. Pizza dough is 20 ounces per week. I am concerned because I saw this skip a little toward the end of the process. The 600 model is more Quiet than this one. The 600 was so loud. I hope that I don't regret this purchase in 4 years. The mixer is sputtering when making 60 ounces of pizza dough. I lowered the rating of this Commercial mixer to a 3 star rating.
👤This is a car for bakers. I have used Kitchen Aids in my kitchen for decades. They groaned and labored with heavy doughs, even though they are sturdy. If they got hot, I would let them rest. I have been looking for a machine that was larger and had a motor that matched. This has all that and more. I am very happy with this machine. I can do triple loaf recipes without taxing the motor or overflowing the bowl, and this is quieter than my older smaller machines. The whip is big gun quality, the hook is spiral, and the paddle is the same. The flip up opening is a nice touch and a change from having to remove it. I have kept my smaller mixer because it's too big for some jobs. It's nice to have choices when you cook and bake, but you could use it for smaller jobs. This would be it if I had one. I almost gave up on Kitchen Aid to get a bigger machine. The 6-7 quart mixers that have come out in the last few years are not going to be able to handle the bigger batches. This doesn't heat up, doesn't groan, is a workhorse and I don't mean a quarter horse, I mean a large horse and graceful.
Attachments are free of warranty for 12 months. 30 days money back and customer service are included in the one year manufacturing warranty. If you have an issue, you can contact them. The big mixing bowl has enough capacity. The kitchen stand mixer has a dough hook, flat beater, wire whip, and pouring shield. You can make cakes, bread, cookies, pastry, muffins and waffle. The tilt-head and anti-skid design makes it safer to turn off the power immediately. Silicone feet keep the machine stationary and prevent it from moving. The precise 6 speed controller lets you choose from a slow stir to a fast mix, the powerful performance of planetary mixing action for mixing bread dough, thick batters, meringues, and whipping cream, plus lower speeds for stirring and finessing your most delicate concoctions. It's perfect for different ingredients. There is a brand called KUCCU that is available 24/7. Support online guarantee. The electric mixer is a great gift. If you have questions about the item, please contact them. They can offer a full five-year quality guarantee and friendly lifelong support as a result of their confidence in the quality of Kuccu cook mixers.
👤I thought the mixer was good, but it turns out it's not. I was wondering why the mixer is light, but I realized it was made with plastic. The mixer can't evenly mix. It's not worth the money. It's poor made and design. Returned the product.
👤I like the size of the bowl, but it is flimsy and not a good quality bowl. The housing is made of plastic. When I tried to mix a box cake mix, the beater left a lot of dry ingredients around the bowl and on the bottom. I had to mix it myself. You get what you pay for. This one is leaving. I got a different machine from everyone else who gave a good review. Maybe it's okay for a 10 year old to learn.
👤I should have known better to buy a mixer for under $200. It was thought that this would help us speed up our batches by being able to triple them as opposed to only tripling them. The beater doesn't come close enough to the sides or bottom of the bowl to properly mix. Their customer service was quick but they said all their products are this way and they can't help us.
👤I've wanted a stand mixer for a long time. I'm trying to make this one work for me. It is disappointing so far. The sides and bottom of the bowl are where the attachment is not allowed. It was put on the second to highest speed to cream softened butter with sugar and eggs, and still had some results. I cannot close the top with the splash guard on because it does not fit properly. I can't use the splash guard. The top is bulky, and I can't watch ingredients being mixed because there is only a small gap between the top and the edge of the bowl. This doesn't mean that the attachments are in the space. They are rotating around the middle. I have to lift the bulky top to get to the sides and bottom of the bowl. I'm considering returning the mixer. I am starting to believe that it is not lack of experience on my end, but rather poor quality that is at fault.
👤Everything else is good, but the large bowl is easy to clean. The large bowl of the mixer is described as powerful enough to mix large batches of dough. I was looking forward to making many batches of cakes and cookies. I had to keep mixing by hand since the attachment on the bowl doesn't reach the sides or bottom of the bowl. It was useless for making cookie dough. The mixer shut itself off when the paddle wouldn't turn the dough. The dough didn't mix when I tried it with the dough hook. The dough was pushed to the side of the bowl after it made a well. The bowl shield doesn't fit properly so the mixer won't lock down and jump around since it's not locked. As long as you mix everything on the first speed, the shield isn't really needed. It would be a good mixer for someone else but not for me. I will return it.
The model includes a 3.5 quart bowl, Flex Edge Beater, and a 6-wire whip. The big mixing bowl has enough capacity. The kitchen stand mixer has a dough hook, flat beater, wire whip, and pouring shield. 10 speeds to fruit. The planetary mixing action for mixing bread dough, thick batters, and whipping cream, plus lower speeds for stirring and finessing your most delicate concoctions. There is additional pulse setting. Diversification of your cooking and baking skills can be achieved by adding more than one attachment to the Multi-Purpose Attachment Hub. The pack has each of them in it. All of the attachments are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. Throw them in the dishwasher. Quality products and friendly lifelong support are what they provide 24/7. They can offer a full five-year quality guarantee if they are confident in the quality of COOKLEE cook mixers. There is a local maintenance point in California.
👤I was attracted to this kitchen mixer because of its one-star comment, which accused it of having a false description and made me almost afraid to buy it. There is a It's the most functional and affordable product I've ever seen, and I don't need to buy all the accessories separately. I decided to try the machine and leave a comment. The first 1-star comment I saw was unfair. I got a big mixing bowl instead of a small one, and all the accessories I was looking forward to. The accessories look good. If they're dishwasher safe, that would be icing on the cake. Some magazines and websites don't recommend judging a food mixer by its power. There is a difference between the rated power and the actual working power in your home. I'm sure this mixer works well. This is an attractive mixer that performs well, and is an excellent value for money. The other $300 branded mixers are more expensive.
👤False advertising! It is a 9 and a half quart mixer. It is not. The max capacity of the bowl is 8 quarts. If you have 6 quart usage, you're lucky if you're low down inside the bowl. The dough is smashed up against the shield, which is embedded inside the attachment spring, and then it goes up inside the attachment housing. Absolutely disgusted by the lies of this ad. It's cheap and flimsy. All plastic here. The pictures show how much bowl capacity is lost if the beater housing unit is placed in a different location. This bowl is claimed to be 9.5 quarts, when it really doesn't hold 8 quarts. What a waste of money.
👤Each time I write this, it gets deleted. The machine I bought was the worst I have ever bought.
👤The mixer is very powerful. The large bowl makes it easy to double or triple recipes. I don't have to keep stopping the mixing action because it's very powerful. The mixer doesn't slide around because the cups on the bottom stay on my countertops. It is light and easy to use on my wrists and arms. Comes with a lot of useful things. I don't like the fact that the beaters come off to easy if I raise it to add ingredients. I can live with that. I highly recommend it. I will get my money out of it if it lasts a couple months. It is going strong and there are no signs of quitting. I would buy another one. It came very fast.
👤It was packaged well. I loved the price and the attachment. haven't used it yet. Great customer service and fast shipping! I used the mixing part and it was just as good as my expensive one. Can't wait to try the other attachments.
👤I was hesitant to buy this after reading some bad reviews. I am very happy with this mixer. The name brand mixer seems to struggle with dough. The mixer handles the dough well. I made 4 batches of bread with it. I am impressed. The bread is great, and the mixer did not have a problem. I worry about the pull of energy because I live off-grid. The machine did not have much energy. I need to use the rest of the attachments. I think this mixer is very good.
If you're not satisfied, you can easily and quickly contact their friendly customer support. Quality related issues from the date of purchase are covered by the 1 year warranty. The 600W stand mixer has a high- performance motor that can handle a variety of recipes. You can choose from a slow stir to a fast mix. Level 1-2 by Dough Hook for Heavy Mixtures such as bread, Level 1-2 by Mixing Beater for Medium-Heavy Mixtures like muffins and Level 1-2 by Whisk for Light Mixture. The large bowl of the kitchen mixer gives you enough capacity to make cakes, breads, cookies, mashed potatoes, salads and more. The electric mixer with bowl is perfect for a family of 4-7 people. The tilt-head design food mixer allows to uninstall or install without mess. Press the button on the dough mixer to turn it off. The anti-skid cups keep the cake mixer stable and safe. There is multiple attachment. The household mixer has a dough hook, beater, whisk, egg white separator, spatula, and a 7.5 quart mixing bowl. The splash guard with access port helps make the mixing process easier. The dishwasher safe parts of the household stand mixer. The kitchen stand mixer is a perfect gift for someone moving into a new house or someone who likes to bake. If you have any questions, please contact them.
👤The KitchenAid that I replaced only lasted about a year. There is a Looking for the best value and biggest size. I like the handle on this one. I love this appliance. The finish is bright and shiny. It is in my kitchen. This is the most powerful mixer I have ever used and I have owned many stand mixers. It makes potatoes easy to cook. It takes every lump out of cake batter. The machine is firmly in place because of the strong cups. It is easy to operate. The different attachment interchanges smoothly. It operates quieter than the model it replaced. It has a large capacity but is designed to maximize space. I was surprised by the quality of this mixer. It is an amazing value. I am going to give one to my aunt as a gift. It was nicely boxed.
👤I've wanted a real stand mixer for 25 years. One with beaters for dough, a deep bowl, and the ability to get other attachments. Those of us who don't get to have big weddings, don't get these kinds of cool gifts at our wedding and somehow, a $200 mixer never made it to the budget, are not the only ones. I said yes after this one came along. I didn't know the rules of a fancy mixer. I learned quickly that there is no instruction book in our package. Wow. Wow! I usually make frosting from scratch, but I wanted to make sugar cookies. If the butter wasn't pre softened, forget it. The motor was going to burn out. In my video, you can see that it was easy to make a creamy batter with two sticks of butter. I am happy. Everything is easy to clean up. The package contains a standing mixer, Dough Hook, Wire Whip, and Pouring Shield. The weight is 7.06LB/ 3.2KG and the dimensions are 13.98 x 11.30 x 8.82 inches.
👤I'm an older person who used to cook in the kitchen using whisks, beating by hand and even using a hand mixer. It's easy to make food from scratch with this stand mixer, it's a game-changer for those like me who love to make food from scratch. I love watching cooking videos of people using a name brand stand mixer that doesn't have a splash cover, and I think that's great. The motor is strong enough to keep the attachment moving even through bread dough, and the different attachments make it easy to mix up a lot of anything. I think the beige or champagne color is pretty and is a beautiful workhorse.
👤The mixer is very light. I was a bit worried about how it would work. The bread was handled well by the mixer, but I wasn't happy with the feet. I think this product would benefit from having those removed and having a flat bottom like kitchen aids do. I'll have to make some modifications to the bottom of the mixer to make it more stable, because my mixer tended to walk a bit when working dough.
The included items are burnished flat beater, power knead spiral dough hook, and wire whip. The electrical is 60. It was Hz. There are over 15 optional attachments. 5-Qt. A bowl made of steel. The planetary mixing action is 59 points. Includes wire whip, coated flat beater and dough hook.
👤I received a 4.5 quart KitchenAid mixer last week. It is something my husband does. I've been wanting for a while. My husband does a lot of baking. The package was well packaged and received in excellent condition. We haven't used a mixer in a while, but I believe in Kitchenaid products and I am giving the mixer four stars because it looks great. If you wash the bowl in warm soapy water, it will not remove the polishing from the bowl. If you only wash with this method, your first batches will probably be ruined. The batter has a black substance in it. I called Kitchenaid and was told that polishing is a problem. I was told to make a paste with baking soda, salt, and lemon juice and scrub the bowl again. I used baking soda and lemon juice to give it a good scrub and it is fine now.
👤The power cable and base were dirty when I received it.
👤I've been wanting a mixer for a long time. I went to a lot of stores to find a decent priced mixer. Every store I went to was too expensive for me. I looked on Amazon and found this baby at a 180 + tax. A friend of mine is a baker. I listened and am so thankful. I have already made chocolate chip cookies and they turned out great. When you receive your mixer, there will be a registration form and instructions to register online. You will get 25% off on the purchase of appliances to attach your mixer if you do it. I can make zucchini noodles with the spiralizer for less than the posted price. I love this mixer. I can finally make whatever I want and I can make a cake for my family member's birthday. It comes with three different accessories for mixing.
👤Not any more! I owned one of these for 25 years or so, and I made many cookies and loaves of bread. I have all of the ingredients for pasta and sausage. I love it! There is a Like all of us, it died. The ceremony was peaceful. I bought another one. The times are changing. Good thing they have laurals to rest upon, at least until we figure it out. You know the little thingy that holds the attachment in? Nope. No more. The attachment makes noise when it rattles around on the spindle. There is a The pleasant whirl of the motor? Nope, grating sound now. There is a The lock that holds the head in place while you work? That doesn't fit either. When mixing my dough this morning, it has a sloppy fit and makes more noises than I want. bam, ba They have forgotten about quality and the reason I came to them in the first place. There is a The last place. I'll be moving to one of their competitors, hoping to hear quality again.
Refer to the user manual for questions surrounding warranty policies and the product is free. Combine ingredients at speed one for slowly stirring in ingredients, speed four for mashing potatoes, and speed seven for beating egg whites and whipping meringue. The Soft Start feature helps to prevent ingredients from splattering. You can approach ingredients from any angle if you lock the cord on the left or right side of the mixer. The round cord is easy to clean. The handle has a soft grip. The single-handed press of a button can be used to remove any accessory from the hand mixer.
👤I should have read the previous negative reviews. I gave it a try. The non-collared beater wobbled badly every time it was turned on. Like - Horribly. If you were to get hit by a wobbly beater flying off, the motor has such poor power that it is unlikely you would notice. I planned to retire from the hand mixer I have been using for 20 years. The piece where the beaters attach oddly seemed to be very thin plastic, and I didn't know how the body would hold up. So disappointed! I expected better quality from Kitchenaid. The return was handled quickly by Amazon. Now is the best time to buy a Cuisinart model.
👤I bought a mixer for my wife. I was happy to know that KitchenAid is a good brand, but after opening the product, we were disappointed. The attachment was not balanced. We will definitely be sending it back because we can make do with little issues when buying new things. One of the two attachment made the mixer shift and vibrate in your hand while running, because it was so bent. It would be great to get the product right the first time.
👤I like KitchenAid. I would have liked to have grabbed one with a bit more color pop. It's easy to use and works great. It's a bit heavy, but it's more durable than the flimsy off brand ones. Highly recommended. The seller arrived in no time. If you think my review was helpful, please click below. Let me know if you have any questions and I can answer them for you.
👤OK, but not great. It starts out slow but it's too hard to get to top speed. If you hit the increase button six times, you have to shut it off again. I prefer a switch that allows me to move quickly. It doesn't have a high top speed. I thought it wouldn't get the job done. The mashed potatoes were fine. It's not sure how well it would do on thick. Everything comes apart easily. I returned the worthless model I ordered because it was cheaper. I spent twice as much on this one, but I didn't think it was worth as much. If it was the first one I ordered, I would have returned it but it is a keeper now. The first one did not do the job well.
👤Even though the reviews said it was quiet, I was still amazed. It is easy to handle and does an excellent job of mixing my cake and muffin batter. If I wanted to make bread or something more than cakes or muffins, I would use the KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, which is wonderful. I have arthritis in my hands and wrists. I was worried that the mixer would be too heavy and awkward to use. Not at all. The hand mixer is inexpensive.
👤After years of using my old hand mixer, I decided to change it. I decided to get the Kitchen Aid after reading the reviews. I loved it the first time I used it. The new beaters are great, they cream on low. I have it set up so I can grab it when I need it. I didn't know why I waited so long to change my mixer. This makes my baking so much easier, and enjoyable, without batter whipping out of the bowl with my old mixer.
The replacement warranty is hassle-free. The 10-speed slide control can be very fast or very slow. The dough hook and wire whip are included. The power hub is used for more than one attachment. The hub cover is non-hinged. It was assembled with pride in Ohio. Pick the one that best matches your style and personality. The power hub can turn your stand mixer into a kitchen.
👤This was a gift. I'm certain that these have been refurbished. There were fingerprints on the mixer from the sealed box and a small dent in the bowl. They don't advertise that they are reconditioning. There's nothing wrong with getting a refurbished mixer, but you should let people make the decision for themselves.
👤I bought this over a month ago and it was quick to get hot and noisy, I didn't want to replace it because it was a hassle I didn't want to deal with, but then I decided to go ahead and replace it because it turned out to be a faulty one What are the odds of that happening? I had no idea that the head that spins, cracked, and deposited metal in my dough, was the same one I had unboxed. The brand that I'm excited to add to my kitchen, which has a solid reputation, turns out to be faulty twice. I don't want to try a third time, I don't want the mixer anymore.
👤The mixer is very good. You all know that. The purpose of this review is to help people who are confused between Ice Blue and Aqua Sky. I saw Ice Blue at Target. I couldn't find Aqua Sky in person, so I tried to figure out which online pictures were accurate. There weren't many real life pictures to look at. I ordered Aqua Sky. It's perfect for me. The best way to describe the difference between the two colors is here. ICE Blue is very bright and airy. There is a touch of green. It's gorgeous. Aqua Sky is a dark turquoise. The color of the stones in Native American jewelry is similar to this. I think it's more of a country blue/green than Ice Blue. Like a jar. I have included a picture of it next to the actual Ball jar. I put a baby blue cup and a light mint green plate in the other photo so you can see how the shade of Aqua Sky falls in between the two. One picture with flash and one without. I hope this will help people who are confused about what shades look like and which is best for their kitchen.
👤I had to clean the bowl for 45 minutes with a baking soda solution to make sure there was no leftover mess from KitchenAid's polishing process. I think that they should be the ones to change their polishing process since this is such a high cost product and I don't want to risk ruining my food. I find it disappointing that the company isn't fixing the issue.
👤4.5 stars. I prefer to give credit where credit is due rather than short change a product, but just keep in mind there are a few drawbacks to this mixer. This sucker is very dangerous. Most of us have seen these mixers around for a long time, but it was probably just me that didn't realize that all kitchenmaid stand mixers are not created equal. Different models have different capacities, speeds and effectiveness. I wanted to wait to write this review until I had explored this machine more, because it's such a big investment. The product has proven to be strong now that I have used it. We have a small kitchen and so it gets moved around a lot, this hasn't resulted in any sort of loosen or wiggling which is important when you have that dough hook running at top speed. The heft of the sword can make it a double edge sword. If you have trouble lifting things or have arthritis, be sure to keep this on a mobile kitchen cart or give it a permanent countertop space to avoid having to lift it from a bottom cabinet which can be a chore. It is nice to be able to toss something into the mixer and walk away to get the other ingredients without having to babysit a bowl. I like working with doughs or honey. The sizes of the attachments are 888-282-0465 and are easy to put on and take off. The rubber sided mixer attachment is the only one that can be used without having to angle a separate spatula into the mixer, I would be open to forgoing some of the other attachment in order to have this one right. It would be great if you could install add-ons to the drawer that would not slam, that way the head of this mixer would be protected. The blue color of this mixer is dreamy. It's beautiful and a bit novel, but still easy to match to other kitchen products out there. I think this piece of equipment is a great investment for anyone who likes to cook or bake, and I really do love it. This model is sturdy enough to teach the little ones and is great for families. The machine is great, but it's half star because of the lack of slow-down mechanism for the head and the lack of spatula on the mixer attachment. There are pros and cons. It is built to last, easy to use, and does not slow down when dealing with difficult foods. There are some things that are CONS: It's not bad for an investment piece, but the Spatula Mixer Attachment isn't included, so it's not necessary to remove the bowl often. There are tips. If you have a mixer nearby, check out TJ Maxx and Marshalls, they have attachment on sale for 60 percent off the selling price. If you're working with dough, watch out for it coiling up your dough hook and into the gears if you're not careful. The best way to get into the attachment holder and metal pieces in the head of the mixer is to use a metal blemish extractor. It is not as strong as a toothpick, which can break and get caught in the gears. Did my review help you? I hope so! If you have a question, use the comments section below.
K45, K45SS, KSM75, KSM90, KSM95, KSM 100, KSM103, and KSM-110 are models that are compatible. There are 10 different attachments. A bowl with a handle. Powerful enough for any task or recipe. The included items are burnished flat beater, power knead spiral dough hook, and wire whip. The electrical is 60. It was Hz.
👤I like my kitchen aid mixer. I use the flat paddle a lot when making bread. I use the wire whisk a lot. The quality of the dough hook and paddle attachment that are included in the purchase is the main problem I have with this mixer. There are two different types of these attachment if you do a search on Amazon. The ones included with the mixer are shiny grey metal. They run for less than 20 dollars. The white, coated attachments are more expensive than the grey ones. Why? If you put the grey ones in the dishwasher or wash them by hand, they will become dull and coated with a dark grey powder. The dough or batter you would use for it comes off when you put the powder on it. They shouldn't go in the dishwasher according to the User's Manual. It lists three types of beaters. Only the grey ones have this problem. It is easy to be confused because there are no photographs showing the difference between burnished aluminum and the steel ones. Read the manual carefully. The dough hook cannot be used higher than 2. You can't use it for more than 5 minutes. I asked the company representative about it. She said to mix the dough with the paddle attachment and then use the dough hook for kneading. She said that 5 minutes using the dough hook on a kitchen aid mixer is equal to 10 minutes kneading with another mixer. When I followed her instructions, my dough came out beautifully. I am very pleased with my Kitchenaid 600 Professional. My husband bought me a one several years ago and I never thought I needed one. I would find it hard to give up.
👤I was curious to find out what was hidden behind the Kitchenaid model of the recent Costco model. It turns out to be a Williams-Sonoma 610 model. Why does a 610 model exist, and what is the difference to the 600 model? After taking my model apart, doing a lot of research, and acquiring a 7 quart model, I came to the conclusion that all models are essentially all. The beaters and bowls are the same as the 6000. They differ in motor, transmission, bowl, and beater. Some models have plastic knobs while others have metal ones. The base model is 600. Kitchenaid changed the transmission case a few years ago. The metal cast case from the 6 Series was changed back to it's original state. It has an AC motor. The 600 and 600 with the same transmission but a different 590W AC motor are the same. I don't think the extra 15W makes a difference. A lot of people did heavy doughs and the 600 model collected a lot of critic from them. My guess is that Williams-Sonoma wanted a more robust motor. The triac motor control is very easy to use. The hall speed sensor is soldered on, but it looks similar to the 600 control. It misses the IC from early models. The wire whip from the 7 and 8 quart models is not the one from the 600. The coated beaters are not used in the Costco model. Is a 610 in fancy colors. The 6000 HD has a different transmission and motor than the other ones. The transmission is the same in all of the models. The motor can be different. The 6000 is rated as 1 HP. It could be the same motor as the 7 and 8 qts, and it could be electronically limited or derated on paper. The bowl and beaters are different on the 600 models. The bowl is larger. You can only fit 6000 bowls, but not those from the 6000, 6000, or 7 quart models. This is also the old model. A fancy 6 quart bowl is what appears to be a 7 quart model. The planetary gear is facing the bowl. The motor is rated at 1.3 HP. I tried this out with 7 quart beaters, and it seemed to fit all the bowl from the 600. The 600 fits the bowl and beater. A 7 quart model with a bigger bowl and finger guard is most likely. The motor is the same. It should fit all the bowls. The commercial versions of the 7 and 8 quarts have an orange power cord and a commercial use warranty. My assumption is that they are the same as the residential models. Confused yet? What should you do? The AC vs DC motor is the biggest difference, not because of the motor's design, but because of its Torque, transmission, and speed control design. The DC motor of the 6000, 6500, 7 qt, and 8 qt models is beefier than the one of the 600 Series. The DC motor uses a digital PWM speed control that holds speed exactly and increases Torque as needed. The 7 qt and 8 qt models have the same motor, but are rated with 25% less power. This could be paper derated or electronically limited, or it could be a slightly smaller motor. The DC models are quieter than the 600 models. The 600, 610, and 620 use primitive triac control. The 610 and 620 use the same transmission as the 600. The triac control won't increase Torque as well as holding speed, which will be noticeable with heavy doughs. These models are loud. The 600 Series is cheaper to repair than the DC models. The speed control is inexpensive and there are a couple of bugs. The 6000 HD seems to be the odd one out when it comes to bowls. They use narrow bowls that need their own beaters. The other models use the same bowls. It would be foolish to put an 8 quart bowl into a 600 if the motor is not strong enough. You need more force than the dough hook. The 610 and up models have more wires. I don't see why it shouldn't work on the 600. The flat beater is the real difference. If you use a 6 quart beater with a 7 quart bowl, you won't reach the top of the bowl. The 3 quart bowl has holes for the narrower pins and comes with its own beater, so it should fit all models. The dough hook are made of aluminum and coated aluminum. The flat beater is made of aluminum, coated aluminum, or with a Silicon lip that protects you from nicking the bowl walls. The wire whip is made of metal. The dish washer can only wash coated aluminum. People complain about the coating. The commercial version of the 7 and 8 quart packets only contain the beaters. Beaters can be purchased from third parties. The price difference between the models might not be that significant. I wouldn't get a 6000 because of the weird bowl shape. The 7 quart and 600 models have a price difference of about $100 with the right deal, but the 6500 could be more expensive. The 600 is important to you because it comes in all kinds of colors. The models are limited in colors. I decided to use the 7 quart model because I wanted to make pizza and bread doughs and I didn't want to buy 5 and 3 quart bowls for the smaller jobs. If I ever needed an 8 quart bowl, I would buy it. I hope this information makes it easier for you to make a decision. The left side of the picture has the 7 quart model and the right side has the 610 model.
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👤My wife bakes a lot so I bought this mixer. She was using hand mixers. The load would burn out if the motors couldn't handle it. She was impressed with the power of the motor of the mixer, it was easy to get through the thick cookie dough. The spot welds at the tip that join the two pieces of beater broke after the third time they were used. She used them for another 6 months and then the weld at the base of the beater broke and it was useless. Kitchenaid makes a good mixer, but their beaters are garbage. The beaters that I bought for the $10 Proctor Silex mixer are made better and more durable. The mixer is awesome, but the beaters need work.
👤A hand-mixer with a slow speed is finally here. My mom has a mixer from when she was a teenager. When it's on the slowest setting, it slowly incorporates the dry ingredients. Every modern mixer that I'd bought had such high speeds that even the low one would blow the flour out of the bowl, making a huge mess. Higher speeds and the boost in power were not needed. It was frustrating for me to use this because I never found a bowl tall enough to hold everything inside. The mixer's setting is slow enough to be useful. I can mix the wet and dry ingredients with ease. I've only used this a few times so far, but I'm very pleased with the results. It is a pretty color and balances well when you need to set it down. When I looked at the manual, I was a bit sad to see that other models came with extra attachments, however after looking up, it seems that those extra attachments are compatible with this mixer. Since these beaters can be used for most things, I was reassured that this was the right model for me, since I might as well not pay for the extra attachments unless I need them in the future.
👤Not a good product. I've returned two of them. KitchenAid is no longer a quality product. I will not rely on their name again in the future. The mixer is not loud. It has a variety of speeds. They have a lot of pretty colors. The beaters are very flimsy. The beaters are not stable on two orders of the same model. Again, a feeling of low quality.
👤This thing couldn't make butter. It's really under-powered. Everyone had mashed potatoes the first time they tried it. The thing was going to burn up. I was the jacka** because it was a gift.
👤I bought this for my son and his bride. I used it when I went down for their wedding first person to use it. I ended up whipping cream for a dessert with their Ninja. I'm not in a position to arrange a return, but I would if I could. I apologized to them and told them to get rid of it. I will buy them another mixer since this is a worthless pile of plastic. I never thought I'd have to say that about a product. You can save yourself some trouble and disappointment by buying another hand mixer.
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👤I am a novice bread maker and have been using my mother-in-law's Kitchenaid K45SS to make my dough. I thought I could get away with the paddle attachment and whisk attachment. When I found this dough hook on Amazon for half the price of the ones in the stores, I had to buy it just to see what all the fuss was about. The dough hook is a big deal. It does all the work for you. The dough is pulled from the sides of the bowl and put in the middle. I had to peel off the dough from the paddle attachment when I was using it for this because it would get stuck in the attachment. I don't have to do this with the dough hook. There is a My advice is to be sure you know the model number of your mixer. If you get the wrong version of the dough hook, it won't work. Make sure you have the right bowl size. The bowl is five quarts. The mixers come with a bowl.
👤It works perfectly with the KitchenAid Artisan KSM155 tilt head mixer. It should. Factory setting on the head is fine. The KitchenAid K45 4.5 quart SS Mixing Bowl is fine with it. Doesn't touch the sides or bottom. As far as resilience. I can speak for the product. There are a lot of reviews that say the coating chips are useful. Not only on Amazon, but also on the KitchenAid website. From what I know, KitchenAid will pull production on the coated versions. I am myself. I'll be looking to replace these coated beater attachment with something else soon. Since everyone is trying to get rid of them at sale prices, these will get you started if you have enough money. You have the money to spare, so go for the SS versions. I'm happy that my KitchenAid mixer is working again. Thank you seller and carriers for delivering. Wishing you and yours a happy holidays. Cheers...
👤After six months, the enamel began chipping off, and probably just over two dozen uses before failure. Quality control is clearly slipping as the previous dough hooks started failing at about 3 years old. I don't think this product is a good idea; it looks like KitchenAid finally got around to making all the STAINLESS steel hooks and paddles for tilt heads. I will invest in those. There is a new update on 18Sep19. There is a The kit for 4.5 and 5 quart tilt-head mixers is called model number KSM5TH3PSS and is about $80. The paddle/hook/whisk attachment is heavier than the standard issue paddle/hook/whisk attachment, but they are the same as the Artisan mixer. Everything can go in the dishwasher with no worries about paint chips in my dough or having to replace inferior parts.
👤When I received my mixer, it came with the whisk and dough hook, but we have moved a few times, and they were lost. I ordered the dough hook because I thought I might have to make my own bread or at least experiment with making different breads, since I was under stay at home orders. The problem with the hook is that it is too short, and doesn't reach to the bottom of my KitchenAid Mixer, so I had to stop the mixer a few times and put the dough on the hook. It's a great product if you don't mind doing that. The hook is solid, but too small for my machine.
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