KitchenAid Custom Stand Mixer - 4.5Qt - 325-Watt - Empire Red
Whip up everything from cake batter to mashed potatoes with the KitchenAid Custom Tilt-Head Stand Mixer. Boasting 10 speeds and a large 4.5qt. stainless steel mixing bowl, this stand mixer can prepare dough for 6 dozen cookies in a single batch. Unique Planetary Mixing Action also delivers fast, complete mixing.
- More Information
- Large 4.5-quart stainless steel bowl has enough space to mix dough for 6 dozen cookies, 3 loaves of bread, or 6 pounds of mashed potatoes in a single batch
- Sturdy, all-metal frame provides exceptional durability
- Bowl is dishwasher safe for quick and easy cleanup
- 325-watt motor offers enough power to handle heavy mixtures
- Unique Planetary Mixing Action offers 59 touchpoints within the bowl to deliver quick, complete mixing
- Ten speeds tackle a variety of tasks including stirring wet and dry ingredients together, kneading dough, whipping cream, and much more
- Comes with a flat beater, dough hook, and 6-wire whip
- Power hub turns the stand mixer into a culinary centre and fits optional attachments from food grinders to pasta makers (sold separately)
- Details & Specs
- What's Included
- KitchenAid Stand Mixer
- Product Guide
- Flat Beater
- Dough Hook
- Wire Whip
- Excellentby Debbie
from Saint Catharines, ON on December 31, 2018
Hubby bought me this mixer for Christmas. I just love the thing. It makes baking so much easier. I can't wait to try it on other cooking as well. No more sore arms and wrists from stirring for me. Has oodles of power. With the attachments the possibilities are so many.
- Nice tool but expensive attatchmentby sophie
from Hinchinbrooke, QC on May 31, 2018
overall this is a powerfull tool to have in kitchen but the only cons is that attachment are really too expensive.
- OK, but with irritations and reservationsby Karl
from Brampton, ON on December 19, 2017
My wife bought me this for Christmas a few years ago. It generally works well, but there are a number of irritations such as: The mixing bowl gets stuck - when mixing pizza dough, for example, the mixing bowl becomes wedged in tightly, and takes a lot of strength to remove. It's easy to forget which direction is open, and end up tightening it even more; The lock-down lever for the mixer head won't stay closed, and wiggles open when kneading dough. If you leave the machine when kneading, you come back and the head is nodding up and down like crazy; The hinge pin for the head is just friction-fit, and it slides out a little every now and then. Not a big deal to push back in, but the head rattles around under load; The motor really strains and heats up when kneading dough - on the lower settings around 3 and 4, it seems like it's grinding to a halt sometimes. I don't get why they don't have two gear settings - like cordless drills, for example; When whipping cream, you get a big glop of un-whipped cream at the bottom; The knob that holds the accessory port cover on works itself loose every couple of months no matter how hard I tighten it. So far, I've caught the knob and cover before they fall into the mixer, but it's only a matter of time... Editorial: KitchenAid has been selling this expensive machine for a long time, and these sorts of sloppy flaws are inexcusable. Shame on them.
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