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Cuisinart SM-70BC 7-Quart 12-Speed Stand Mixer, Brushed Chrome

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  • 1,000-watt stand mixer housed in durable die-cast metal
  • 12 speeds; 7-quart stainless-steel bowl; slow-start and gentle-fold functions
  • 15-minute countdown timer; 3 power outlets; auto shutoff; tilt-back head
  • Chef's whisk, flat mixing paddle, dough hook, and splashguard included
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Color: Brushed Chrome

Cuisinart is changing the way the world mixes. This phenomenal new stand mixer delivers more power, more capacity, and more options--and it comes with the best name in the business.

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Color: Brushed Chrome
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  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 11 x 14.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 25.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000ON65XO
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  • Item model number: SM-70BC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (245 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,506 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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285 of 289 people found the following review helpful By koffeemann on July 12, 2007
Color: White
I make bread weekly using a mixer and recently my Kitchenaid motor gave out after overheating. Though I prefer the looks of the Kitchenaid mixers (something more industrial about them), Cuisinart has addressed several of the key problems found in Kitchenaid mixers: not enough power, overly wide bowl shape, absene of timer/minimal speed control. The stronger motor is crucial if you're mixing bread doughs for minutes at a time. The taller, more narrow bowl shape prevents spilling. The timer function is tremendously useful. And the wider range of speeds (especially slow speeds) and gentle acceleration up to any speed, again, prevent spills and allow for more control.

Other features I like: the spill guard fits neatly and is ONE piece (again, unlike my old Kitchenaid); the lock feature clicks the top arm into place so you never run the risk of lifting from the top and having the bottom swing out; the smooth surfaces make for easy clean-up; the attachments all wash easily in the dishwasher.

A great product!
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275 of 280 people found the following review helpful By Robert Brian Lamm on February 7, 2009
Color: Brushed Chrome
I have owned a few KitchenAid 5 Qt mixers, and even a Hobart Professional 5 Qt (45 lbs, 3 speed manual transmission). I was disappointed to hear (but never experienced) the problems users encountered when KitchenAid changed their gearbox from metal to plastic (yes, their gearbox, not their gears). Therefore, the assurance that currently appears on their product box that their mixers have "all metal gears" does not address the problem of the gearbox COVER material. Whether K'Aid has addressed this issue has never really been clarified by them adequately for my taste, and so my temptation to purchase the 6 qt. KitchenAid was dampened.

I purchased the Cuisinart 7 Quart because I wanted the extra capacity - simply that. I find that its power is adequate for all tasks, and no matter what the speed setting, it "knows" to ramp up to that speed slowly (so as not to produce a cloud of flour or other ingredients with the potential to scatter), something only possible with the advent of newer electronic controllers. The bowl is deep and well designed.

A word about wattage: Please don't puchase any mixer because you believe that high wattage will translate to more power. That just isn't so. Wattage is a measure of power consumed by the mixer, not put out as torque (ability to slog through heavy doughs). A poorly designed motor will use lots of watts, but will not deliver it to you in increased power. This mixer happens to have 1000 watts of power - sounds like a lot. The point is that whatever its power draw, its power output is sufficient for the tasks at hand. Way back when, I had a KitchenAid 5 qt. that used 325 watts (before wattage became sexy).
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199 of 211 people found the following review helpful By kalyson on December 10, 2007
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I researched the Kitchenaid, Viking and several other brands of mixers. There were a lot of good and bad reviews of Kitchenaid, but what I was able to discover was that Kitchenaid used to be owned by Hobart Corp. At that time they were excellent mixers, but then they were purchased by Whirlpool. The mixers now have plastic gears. Although the higher-end models have metal gears (Pro series), they are still in a plastic housing. This decline in quality disturbs me. It is likely that most home cooks do not use it for heavy-duty usage, but those cooks who do have apparently found the products from Kitchenaid do not last (see negative reviews -- especially from the engineer who took several of them apart). The Viking seemed better made but was quite expensive. I settled on the Cuisinart after learning that its gears and gear housing are metal. Hopefully it will last a long time. I noticed that the Kitchanaid had only a one year warranty, but the Cuisinart has a FIVE year motor warranty, and a three year product warranty overall. It seemed a safer bet, so I got the Cuisinart. It performs very well. The timer is built right into the side of the mixer and is very handy. The mixer leaves very little batter unmixed even if you don't bother to scrape the bowl yourself. The range of speeds is very large -- from extremely slow (1) to incredibly fast (12). It is pretty quiet in its operation. I will have to continue using it to see how long it lasts, but so far it does a great job.
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370 of 400 people found the following review helpful By Glenn Carlson on March 10, 2008
Color: Brushed Chrome
I have had the 7 quart Cuisinart stand mixer for about five months now and initially had high hopes for it based on the marketing claims. However, the mixer has turned out to be a huge disappointment and a costly purchasing mistake. My main reasons for choosing to purchase this mixer were the 16 cup flour rating and the claims about the motor power. Both of these claims by the manufacturer are complete nonsense. For making doughs, the 7 quart Cuisinart mixer has a maximum capability of about 10 cups of flour, period. There are three reasons for this.

1) With any more than 10 cups of flour the dough quickly climbs up the hook and into the rotating planetary parts of the mixer. It makes a terrible mess and prevents the dough from being kneaded properly without repeatedly stopping the mixer and working the mess back down into the bowl. This happens every time no matter what I try and despite the presence of the guard on the dough hook and paddle.

2) The mixer base is too narrow and the mixer is not heavy enough to counter the mass of larger batches of dough. The mixer shakes and rocks violently and walks its way across the counter.

3) Most importantly, the motor overheats after about 3 to 4 minutes of kneading larger batches of dough and the mixer shuts off. That happens consistently even with the repeated stops necessary to get the dough back down in the bowl as described in #1 above. If the motor did not have the thermal protection shut-off, then I would have killed this mixer with my first use of it out of the box. The "powerful 1000 watt motor" is simply not up to the tasks that the manufacturer claims.
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