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BODUM 11381-913US Bistro Electric Stand Mixer, 4.7-Liter, Off-White

by Bodum

List Price: $550.00
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  • 5-quart bowl and attachments are dishwasher safe
  • On-board attachment storage keeps accessories at your fingertips
  • Suction cup base keep the mixer stable and secure on the counter while mixing
  • Space saving low profile fits on more countertops; Stores easily under the counter with its compact size (9.25"x15.75"x13.6")
  • Powerful 700 Watt Multi Speed Motor
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Product Details

Color: Off-white
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 10.8 x 15.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 19 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B008FR5AU0
  • Item model number: 11381-913US
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #123,930 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Off-white

The attractive Bistro Stand Mixer is a handsome addition to any kitchen. A powerful 700-watt, 7 speed motor delivers up to twice the power of traditional stand mixers to tackle all your mixing needs. It features large, stainless steel mixing bowls with a rubber-covered handle for easy pouring and carrying. The splash-guard can be removed effortlessly and has a funnel attachment for easy addition of ingredients while operating. Attachments include a beater, a whisk and a non-stick dough hook. Additional attachments are sold separately. Easy to use with a lift-assist mixer head which locks into place and a rotating attachment head which maximizes mixing.

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Customer Reviews

Cleaning the mixer is very easy and it wipes down nicely.
Everything was easy to clean and I appreciate the splash guard when adding the dry ingredients.
Patricia Grassi
I now own three stand mixers, Kitchen Aid Artisan, Viking/Cusinart and this Bodum.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

66 of 75 people found the following review helpful By Lonnie E. Holder HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 13, 2013
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
We have a KitchenAid stand mixer and an ancient, but quite serviceable, Oster food processor. The KitchenAid is an excellent stand mixer for heavy duty jobs. We have acquired a number of optional attachments over the years that make our KitchenAid stand mixer our go-to appliance for many different applications. For lighter duty activities such as simple mixing, we use either our Oster food processor or a hand mixer. I was quite excited to receive a Bodum Bistro electric stand mixer to see how well it compares to our KitchenAid and our Oster.

The Bistro is smaller than our KitchenAid, which initially seemed a benefit. However, the Bistro is so light that it has the possibility of moving during operation, except the Bistro also includes suction cup feet. The suction cup feet could be a drawback if your counters are insufficiently smooth for the suction cups to work. Furthermore, the suction cup feet require force to break the suction when lifting the mixer. Thus, lifting the Bistro requires a fair amount of initial force to lift, and then you have to decrease lifting force because the Bistro is relatively light. While the weight of the KitchenAid can be annoying when moving it around, the weight is a benefit with respect to the stability of the mixer, and lifting force remains constant when moving the KitchenAid.

One of the first things I wanted to check on the Bistro is how attachments connect to the Bistro. I was puzzled because the instructions did not explain how to open the attachment access. After a bit of trial and mostly error, I learned that I had to press hard, really hard, on the upper portion of the access panel and then pry out the bottom portion of the access panel.
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36 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Michael VINE VOICE on August 26, 2013
Color Name: Black Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
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My video rambles on, so I'll keep this short:

-mixes well for the first month. Made 5 loaves of gluten free bread with it.
-the splash guard attaches to the bread machine and not the bowl.
-700 watt motor should be powerful.

-plastic, plastic, everywhere!
-rubber coated plastic has a lot of bumps that aren't quick cleanup.
-motor has higher pitch whine than kitchenaid--maybe fine, but sounds cheap.
-when turning on to slowest setting, it starts out quick and then slows down after a few seconds... weird.

Overall, it sees like it mixes ok, but it looks and sounds cheap. I definitely wouldn't buy it as a gift. It supposedly has metal gears and a 700 watt motor, so maybe they didn't skimp where it counts. But knowing the skimped so much on the shell... It's hard to get past first impressions. So 3.5 rounded up to 4 for now. I'll be sure to update in a few months! :)

10-16-2013 update: My original review was in August. I'm still not a fan of the looks, but it's going strong with how well it works.
08-25-2014 update: I guess I still wonder how long it will last even though it hasn't done anything to make me think otherwise. still going strong!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By emoKid on December 27, 2013
Color Name: Off-white Verified Purchase
Short version: If you want something like a hand mixer with little effort, get this thing. If you want a mixer than can do more than a hand mixer, look elsewhere.

I have a KitchenAid Artisan. It over heated the week before Christmas, so I ordered this one in order to prepare everything for Christmas.

In terms of mixing cake batter and cookie dough, it does just fine. I did have to scrape the bowl often. It's a lot wider at the bottom, so don't forget to scrap that including the sides.

For whipping frosting, this mixer is lacking, even using the whisk attachment. With the Kitchen Aid, I use the same recipe and mix for 5 minutes. I can frost all of the cupcakes I make, and have frosting to spare. Same recipe in this one, mixed for 5 minutes, and it barely makes enough to frost all of the cupcakes made. Whipped cream isn't as airy, so you don't get as much. Buttercreams wind up very dense. I would run the mixer longer, but the instructions say to run it 5 minutes max before giving it time to cool.

So the results are comparable to a hand mixer.

If you want a stand mixer to make stand mixer items, this stand mixer can't do it... The 5 minute limit makes things like homemade marshmallows impossible for this mixer (the mixer doesn't auto-shut off, but the manual says not to run it longer, and I don't want to risk breaking it for the sake of experimentation).

At the price I got it at, I could recommend it to a friend who isn't a baking enthusiast. At the full retail price, I'd laugh and tell people to avoid this product. It's nice for a cheap mixer; it's crap for a mixer priced like a Kitchen Aid.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Sparrow on July 23, 2014
Color Name: Green
I got this mixer for my birthday. I have never owned or used a Kitchenaid, so I can't compare them, but rather can only review the Bodum on its own merits. So far I have made four recipes with it: a brioche dough with a pretty high ratio of butter; a Vienna -style hoagie roll dough; a very dense cookie dough; and a double batch of royal icing. Overall, the mixer performed very well although I was cautious about not running it for too long at a time (there is some interesting information about this in a review on The Fresh Loaf). For the brioche, I mixed the dough, let the mixer rest for a couple of minutes, incorporated the first four additions of butter, let the mixer rest again, then added the last four additions of butter. It took a little longer that way, but was still a fraction of the time it would have taken to do by hand. The hoagie dough took 7 cups of flour which I understand is the mixers limit. The bowl was definitely at capacity, but the motor seemed to have no trouble with it at all --same for the cookie dough which is a very large recipe -- the bowl was maxed out, but the motor never seemed to struggle. The royal icing came together quickly and easily.

The quality of the components seems good, and the splash shield and mixing blades are easy to install and to remove. I found that all of the mixing attachments had good bowl coverage and while some scraping was required, it was pretty minimal for the types of products I made. My only complaint about this mixer is that bits of dough can fall from the blades down into the base when you raise the mixing head. I suspect that I will have to take the bottom plate of the base off and clean it out periodically, but it's not a deal breaker. I do a lot of baking, and I feel this mixer will stand up to my demands. It's not the most attractive piece of equipment ever, but I don't mind. For the price --especially as compared with other options -- I would highly recommend it.
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