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Bosch Universal Plus Mixer with Blender Attachment

by Bosch

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  • Includes: Mixer, Wire Whips, Dough Hook, Bowl, Splash ring & Blender.
  • 6.5 Quart Bowl holds up to 15 pounds of dough
  • 4 Speed Settings, plus a momentary switch
  • 800 Watt Motor
  • Removable Drive Shaft for easy cleaning
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00JJ9I5CI
  • Item model number: MUM6N10UC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #170,900 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Features: . 800 Watts . 6 quart bowl . Blender . 4 speed settings + momentary switch . Cord storage . Suction feet for a secure standing . Wide range of optional accessories . Overload and start motor protection . 3 year motor / transmission warranty Selling Features: . BOSCH quality - making mixers for decades . The most powerful motor in its class . Unique and modern design . Large mixing bowl will handle up to 15 lbs of dough . Ergonomic and easy handling with rim at top of bowl . Works perfect whether small or large quantities (as little as one egg white) . Endless possibilities with optional accessories . Removable drive shaft is easy to clean . Whisk holder is dishwasher safe . Splash ring allows for easy adding of ingredients . Dough hook is designed to replicate hand kneading - 100% gluten development in minimal time Benefits: . BOSCH quality - higher than average lifetime for mixers in its class . High customer satisfaction . BOSCH has sold this series of mixer since the 1950's. . Long term proven quality and performance . Easy to clean

Customer Reviews

It is fast, easy and very easy to clean.
LifeIsShort
And, since it is a Bosch, I knew it was a quality product (I have had many bosch appliances over the years and trust them wholeheartedly).
GenuineImitation
What happened next is that part of the dough stuck to the center column and the rest was thinly spread all over the sides of the bowl.
Anatoliy Ryaboshapko

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 64 people found the following review helpful By K. Uddu on November 17, 2009
I have now had my Bosch for a couple of years. The model I have is a slightly more powerful (1000W) European version with the metal bowl, but otherwise it is the same. It replaces a much-loved Kitchen Aid mixer which I had in the States. I must say that as much as I loved my Kitchen Aid, this Bosch model outperforms it as well as many other mixers. My first impression of the machine upon using it to make bread was that it was way too easy. After using industry-grade Hobart machines, Kitchen Aid, Electrolux, and Kenwood for many years in work and home, I was amazed at how well and effortlessly the Bosch kneaded the dough. I have not one time need to scrape down the sides and there is no spillage.

The capacity is truly enough to make 4 loaves of bread at a time. The lid performs wonderfully, leaving no place for ingredients to escape. Further, the removable part of the lid allows the most space for adding ingredients of all home machines which I have tried. As comparisons: I use an Electrolux Assistant (same capacity bowl)at work every week to make 8 loaves of bread and pizza dough and am frustrated with every batch as the ingredients leap over the backside of the bowl nearly every time no matter how diligently I guard it. The splash guard on my Kitchen Aid I also found to be undersized for adding dry ingredients and I spilled them every time, in the end removing the guard completely. The kneading mechanism on the Bosch looks strange as it has a stationary dough blade as well as a dough hook, but it functions beautifully with large quantities. I have found that it does not function well for small batches (one loaf at about 500g flour--1kg still works nicely).

The double whisk works well to mix cake batters. Again, large batches work better than small.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By libertybay on December 4, 2009
After going through several of the Kitchenaid 600 Professional mixers over the past few years, I finally had enough and returned my last Kitchenaid mixer and bought a Bosch Universal Plus.. It was the best decision I have made. My Kitchenaid motor was getting hot just mixing up ONE loaf of bread, keeping with the 4 minute knead time that Kitchenaid suggests. After getting the Bosch, I was amazed at how effortlessly it mixed up 4 loaves of bread - it was the best experience I have had with a mixer. It is much easier to clean than my Kitchenaid and easier to use. I typically make a minimum of 3 loaves of bread every week, sometimes more, and needed a mixer that could handle that with no problems - my wish was granted. I love all the attachments that are available as well - with the powerful motor, the blender works amazingly and again was easy to clean. I would highly recommend this mixer - you won't be sorry with this purchase!
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Erinboarder on September 18, 2009
I just sold my kitchenaid and purchased this machine a few weeks ago. I love it so far. A few things I love are the suction cups on the bottom so that the machine stays in place as it works on bigger batches. I recommend you store it on it's side, (there are rubber pads on the side to store it this way.) It seems like if you store it flat the suction cups will wear out faster. It is a more compact design than before, which is nice, but I am hoping it will hold up like other models have. A lot of people complain that there are a lot of pieces to clean, I don't mind the cleaning aspect, but virtually everything is dishwasher safe if that's an issue for you. (I always hand wash mine because I think it holds up better.) It's a larger capacity mixer and does a better job with my doughs than any other mixer I've used. .
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Happyone on February 24, 2010
I've been using my Bosch Universal Plus for a year now. It's not perfect; but perfection is the enemy of the possible. It makes outstanding bread - and very easily. While some have complained about the clean-up, I've found that I can easily do this with time to spare while the bread is rising. The standard bread recipes that come with the machine are simple and can be easily modified. I often use leftover water from cooking beans or potatoes in lieu of water, so every batch of bread is a little different; but all are good.

My only complaints are with the blender. The Bosch comes with a cylindrical growth at the right rear that contains a separate drive for a blender (which you pay an additional $70 for). It would be much more compact if the blender worked on the same drive as the mixer. Since the mixer and blender cannot be used at the same time, this would save space and might even save Bosch some money on mechanical parts. I can't imagine that there are very many folks purchasing the Bosch who don't already have a good blender and for $70 you can buy a better one. The Bosch blender is tall and made of flimsy plastic. The top has a hole in it so that it can serve as a siphon. Most of us are used to removing the center piece at the top and pouring in additional ingredients; so this feels more like a gimmick than a leap forward in technology. Removing the blender bottom for cleaning is a bit tricky. It does not screw off as most blenders do. If you carefully read the documentation that comes with your Bosch, you will note that the blender top has two slits in it. The top with slits is used to loosen the bottom. It is inserted into the bottom of the blender where the slits slip over two metal projections. Then you can twist off the blade unit.
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