800-1000 Watts - Mixers
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Thu Oct 31 00:00:00 MDT 2013ebbie2 Rating:5.0
Needed to downsize now that everyone is out of the house. Got rid of the other brand (KA w/600 watts) for this. Very happy.
Thu Jan 28 00:00:00 MST 2016sha2726 Rating:5.0
The mixer arrived as scheduled. It is my first Kitchenaid and it is impressive. Made great bread dough. The advertised rating is 450 Watt, but it is actually 525 Watt.
Mon Jan 04 00:00:00 MST 2016OstkUser74694 Rating:5.0
good solid mixer for the money. Easy ordering and quick delivery
Fri Mar 11 00:00:00 MST 2016JCubbs Rating:4.0
Vermiculite nice powerful mixer in beautiful red color. Nice heavy weight metal.
Wed Mar 06 00:00:00 MST 2013schmaims Rating:5.0
Took a chance on buying a refurbished Kitchenaid stand mixer, and at this point I would do it again. If it didn't have the word "refurbished" in big block letters on the box, I would never have suspected the item was not new. Since I started baking bread regularly, I wanted to replace my 325 Watt Kitchenaid mixer with something more powerful-- the poor little guy seemed to be laboring when kneading dense doughs. I couldn't justify the cost of a new "professional" Kitchenaid, but the same model refurbished was within my budget. I've been making bread every weekend since it arrived, and it has been operating just fine. I made a batch of bagels, since the dough is pretty dense, and the mixer didn't skip a beat. So far I'm very pleased!
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.
Mon Jun 30 00:00:00 MDT 2008taillightguy Rating:4.0
Price was fair. Package was damaged on arrival, but contents were OK. Durability expected to be good, since these mixers tend to last for several generations (I have great confidence in brand). First use was a quadruple batch of Italian bread, mixed up and kneaded almost before we knew it -- VERY FAST! We chose this specific model for the high power (575 Watt) motor, obviously why it works so fast. Our old mixer has 275 Watts, took 2-3 times as long to mix. Dough hook is very effective at mixing and kneading. Wire whip gives fabulous results, very quick! We cook for large crowds of 30 - 75 at a time, so it is just about right for us. Would not recommend this to others, as it is just too much mixer for the average homemaker.
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.
Wed Mar 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013bidtoo Rating:5.0
This was the best purchase I have made through overstock.com yet! I shopped around a lot before buying this stand mixer and even though it is refurbished, it arrived in near perfect shape other than a couple of skuffs on the top which my husband buffed out. It works beautifully and I love the 475 watt motor that it comes with. This mixer will last a long time. No regrets on this purchase whatsoever!
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