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Ankarsrum Original AKM 6220 Creme Stand Mixer


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Creme
  • Stainless steel and creme plastic construction
  • Includes a dough roller, dough knife, dough scraper, dough hook, yeast lid, a double beater with a 3.5 liter plastic bowl, balloon and cookie whisks, and a seven liter mixing bowl
  • Continuous speed control and timer knobs
  • Mixes and kneads smooth, silky, elastic dough quickly
  • 5 year manufacturer's warranty
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Product Details

Color: Creme
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 11 x 14 inches ; 19 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 30 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008CGZIFG
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #197,967 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Creme

Beat up and knead your dough with the Ankarsrum Original stand mixer. This motorized dough kneader features a stainless steel bowl and a creme plastic base. This machine includes a dough roller, dough knife, dough scraper, dough hook, yeast lid, a double beater with a 3.5 liter plastic bowl, balloon and cookie whisks, and a seven liter mixing bowl. It mixes and kneads smooth, silky, elastic dough quickly and easily with its unique roller and scraper design. As the bowl revolves, the deeply fluted roller acts as your fingers, with the scraper mimicking the palm of your hand. The scraper folds the dough with a rhythmic motion while the roller provides a powerful massaging action. Any speed from 45 to 130 RPM can be selected, and an electronic speed sensor automatically adjusts motor torque to the load. A timer is standard equipment, so it will do its work while you do other tasks, stopping when you want it to. The control panel is angled for comfortable use, and the large timer and speed controls are attractive and easy to read. Best of all, it is backed with a five year manufacturer's warranty and overload protection.

10-3/5" L x 15-7/10" W x 14" H, with 7 liter capacity


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Customer Reviews

VERY well built!
mdh49
The amazing part to me is that no American company ever thought of making a competitor because this type of mixer is so very different.
JK
I have made delicate meringues, and multiple batches of cookies.
Irene

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Geoffrey Joslyn on August 22, 2012
Color Name: White
I make bread every week using 8-10 cups of flour. My first mixer, a KitchenAid, always strained, made the Devil's noise and finally stripped gears after a year.

I bought an Electrolux 5 years ago and it is running like new. The person who told me about this wonderful mixer has had his for 20 years without a problem.

The advantages of this machine are numerous. It has an enormous capacity for home use; my 8-10 cups of flour bread does not stress it at all. It is quiet and uses less electricity. It uses a modern belt drive instead of cheap, noisy gears like the KitchenAid. Its design also has the huge advantage that the motor is below the bowl; this means there is nothing above the bowl making it easy to add ingredients (KitchenAid sells special scoops to add ingredients to overcome their design flaw).

I also use the whipping bowl attachment and it is also excellent easily whipping a couple of eggs or a large brownie batch.

A great product!!
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Woody Wood Worker on January 10, 2012
Color Name: White
This review is for Electrolux Assistent, bought a few years ago from Amazon (5 yr maybe). It used to have a lot of good reviews. Guess now the product name changed and reviews are gone. Looks very similar -- there's one currently selling with 220v only still on Amazon. Mine is 110v for American market.

The mixer is super! I've used and broke two KichenAid models, all 5Qts and up. They simply burned out, couldn't finish a couple rounds of heavy kneeling of dry dough. I'm very satisfied with this mixer. We made dumplings every once in a while, and every time it worked hard and worked well. Well worth the money! I recommended it to all my friends.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jay Robinow on May 8, 2013
Color Name: White
I have used the Assistent for challah dough each week for 12 years. I make 18 whole wheat challahs a week and the machine has never let me down. I have used commercial sized Hobart units and for the its size the Assistent is far better and never seems to groan or stall. It is astonishing how reliable and powerful it it. No other dough mixer comes close in performance.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Love to shop on amzn! on November 2, 2012
Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
3 years ago, I started making all our bread....no more store bought! I started with a bread machine, the non-stick coating started coming off in our bread. After that I kneaded by hand, with store bought bread flour. But now, we have moved on to milling our own whole wheat flour. However, after researching it I found that whole wheat is more difficult to knead by hand. So, we researched mixers. While the reviews for the KA are "ok", the reviews (personal and online) for the Electrolux seem to be great. My sister owns one, and loves it. She makes whole wheat bread often too. So, we decided to purchase this one. I went ahead and splurged the little extra for the red one. While we weren't too excited about the cost, we were very impressed with the mixer. I make bread everyday for our family. This mixer does wonderfully! The bread turns out great! I set the timer, keep close to watch it mix while cleaning up my mess. The bowl is stainless steel which is a major plus! I let the dough rise in the bowl the first time, shape it and let it rise again while cleaning up the mixer bowl. There are a lot of good instructional videos online if you do a search for this mixer. I watched a few of those before making up my mind.

I like the mixer so much , that eventually I will be purchasing some of the additional accessories for the mixer.
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56 of 71 people found the following review helpful By JK TOP 500 REVIEWER on January 3, 2012
Color Name: White
Electrolux has been producing this mixer in Sweden for over fifty years. It's well known in the rest of the world, less well so here because it's not in discount stores.

The Assistent (not -ant) works completely differently from American-style mixers. As can be seen, there's no mixer head with a hot motor hanging over the food. The motor is in the base. Instead of having paddles, dough hook, etc., driven from above, the big, heavy stainless steel bowl has a notch at the bottom that connects to the motor base. The bowl itself turns! Rather than having a beating paddle, there is a roller with spiral grooves that attaches to the arm shown in the photo, and this roller is what mixes. And does it extremely well, and without splattering food all over like a cheap Kitchen Aid. There is also a nylon scraper that scrapes the side of the bowl clean while mixing. The real revelation is being able to stand over this mixer and add ingredients, to watch everything and not be peeking around a mixer head. This machine is super quiet. Two dials on the front; one for infinitely variable speed, one for timing. The mixing bowl is heavy stainless steel and will hold roughly a gallon in it. It will do roughly four times the number of loaves of bread as the best Chinese made Kitchen Aid. I find I can routinely double my cake recipes if I want because the bowl is so big. It is no heavier than a Kitchen Aid and takes up no more counter space. The amazing part to me is that no American company ever thought of making a competitor because this type of mixer is so very different. All Kitchen Aid machines now are coming out of Red China. This comes right out of Sweden. I've owned mine for a number of years, never a problem, and so quiet!
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