100-200 Watts - Mixers
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Wed Apr 06 00:00:00 MDT 2016Margaret H. Rating:5.0
I tested the mixer the 2nd day. It easily mixed stiff cookie batter on the lowest speed. I can't say the noise level was excessive but I did find that the mixer rocked somewhat. The extra-large bowl is a welcome bonus. I would and have recommended it to others.
Tue Dec 18 00:00:00 MST 2012raegg Rating:5.0
If you want the best mixer available, get the Bosch. It has numerous attachments which could be purchased to replace a Blender, Grinder, Food Processor. The amount of bread dough which can be mixed beat just about every other mixer.
Sun Aug 31 00:00:00 MDT 2014jenstr Rating:5.0
It's a Kitchenaid -- need I say more? Get one. Seriously, this mixer is fabulous! 325 watts is more than enough power for anything you need to do with it, even for kneading bread dough. The available attachments (pasta maker, juicer, ice cream maker, grinder, etc.) just add to the value. The 5-qt. bowl will handle double batches of whatever you want to make. Why are you still reading? Just buy it! You won't regret it.
Thu Feb 09 00:00:00 MST 2012mrbigjohnson Rating:5.0
For the price, couldn't ask for anything better. Looks brand new. Didn't have the smell like some others were complaining about. The one thing I dont like about it is that it dosent have the lifting head on it. The bowl raises and lowers with a lever. Also the bowl can be a little tricky to get in to the correct position. But For the 6 quart 600 watt mixer for less than $$$ I could ask for anything better.
Wed Dec 19 00:00:00 MST 2012malesa Rating:5.0
My parents have had an old Bosch mixer for years and years. I wanted to get one since the quality for their mixers is so good, but I was nervous that the newer models would be cheaper. So far though, I love the new model. I love the suction cups so that the mixer doesn't "walk" when you get a heavy load of dough going. I also noticed that the dough doesn't get sucked down the middle shaft like it does sometimes with my parents, but if it does, the middle shaft pole comes out so easy to clean whereas my parents have to take it out with a screwdriver. It seems like the motor is just as good as the old models as well. Anyway, I'm very happy with our purchase so far.
Sat May 03 00:00:00 MDT 2014guidoii Rating:4.0
This is not your mother's kitchen mixer. Expect it to be a little hard to get used to and expect 575 watts to make a noise. If you want a heavy duty, durable mixer that is ready for big jobs - this is it.
Fri Mar 11 00:00:00 MST 2016JCubbs Rating:4.0
Vermiculite nice powerful mixer in beautiful red color. Nice heavy weight metal.
Sun Jan 12 00:00:00 MST 2014pgafan Rating:5.0
It's a refurb; Less than new, right? WRONG. Kitchenaid defines quality. Their refurbished mixers must be factory certified as-new. Let that sink in. Feel free to pay more for a "new" Pro. It'll be "used" as soon as you plug it in. New 525 watt Pros typically cost $450 or more. One switch for the motor. One lever to raise the bowl. I defy Cuisinart or Viking to claim similar reliability with timers, buttons, and more moving bits. Get this because you need more capacity, want to mix cookie dough without hearing the motor slow down, or want to knead dough with more muscle. BUY IT ONCE. NEVER BUY A MIXER AGAIN. GET A KITCHENAID.
Fri Apr 03 00:00:00 MDT 2015clpb Rating:5.0
I actually have 2 of these, one is 25 years old and the other (for another home) is 5 years old. I love them. Some of the ** mixer which look very pretty are just 275 watts of power and these have 400 watts. I don't need to display a mixer on my counter, my friends and family already know that I can bake. This stores away easily and there are many attachments that can be purchased after market, I like the shredding discs the best.
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