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Factory-Reconditioned KitchenAid RKG25H0XWH 5-Quart Stand Mixer, White


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  • Heavy-duty stand mixer; remanufactured to like-new condition; 6-month warranty
  • 450-watt motor with 10 speeds; Soft-Start feature prevents splashing and flour clouds
  • Unique mixing action: beater spins clockwise as the shaft spins counter-clockwise
  • Includes 5qt narrow bowl with ergonomic handle, Flat beater, Wire whip and Spiral Dough Hook
  • Measures 16-1/2 by 12 by 14 inches; bowl and beater are dishwasher-safe
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  • Shipping Weight: 29 pounds
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  • ASIN: B000BK9BXQ
  • Item model number: RKG25H0XWH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #366,197 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Factory-Reconditioned 5 quart mixer has a powerful 450 watt motor that delivers enough power to handle the heaviest mixtures, and mix large batches easily. This bowl lift model has brackets on the bowl that fit over support pins on the stand mixer, which is than lifted up by a handle on the right side of the mixer to lock the bowl in place while mixing (designed for handling heavy mixtures and large recipes). The dish washer safe, 5-quart polished stainless steel bowl with ergonomic handle is big enough to handle large batches of heavy mixtures. Its ergonomically designed handle is contoured to fit the hand and makes lifting the bowl more comfortable.

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With 450 watts of power and a 5-quart bowl capacity KitchenAid's Professional 5 Plus stand mixer tackles big jobs. This factory-reconditioned machine prepares food for a crowd and ably handles tough mixes. Its body features durable die-cast metal construction and offers a direct-drive transmission and all-metal gears. The sturdy lifting mechanism uses a metal arm and steel lever to effortlessly raise an ingredient-filled bowl. The bowl itself features stainless steel construction, two pins to attach to the lifting arm, and an ergonomically designed handle for comfort during use.

Ten speeds allow for everything from whipping egg whites to slow churning bread dough and the Soft-Start feature keeps power in check to prevent splashing and flour clouds. A unique mixing action spins the beater clockwise while the shaft spins counter clockwise; this results in an even blend. As a safety measure, the motor stops in the event of an obstruction or overloading. An integrated hub cover with hinge flips up to allow easy installation of attachments. A flat beater, wire whip, and dough hook come with purchase; additional pieces such as a citrus juicer or sausage stuffer can be purchased separately. The machine measures 16-1/2 by 12 by 14 inches, comes in a range of colors, and includes a 6-month warranty. Pop the bowl and beater in the dishwasher for cleaning and wipe the main body with a warm damp cloth.

Customer Reviews

My wife loves it.
lamusial
Kitchen aid has tremendous reputation for quality mixers.
S. L. HUNN
This works great and do not know how I lived without it.
DustyRose

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

171 of 172 people found the following review helpful By gtad on September 21, 2006
I have been doing a lot of research on KitchenAid Mixers. Below is some information I felt may be of use to others trying to decide on a new KitchenAid Mixer.

If you have questions regarding a KitchenAid Mixer or other KitchenAid product, the KitchenAid Forums are a good place to start. The questions are answered by users and KitchenAid Employees. KitchenAid Employees will have "KitchenAid" in front of their name ex. "KitchenAid_Sally"

To find the forums go to the KitchenAid Website, select "Customer Service" at the top, then select "Join KitchenAid Conversations" at the bottom of the page, then select "View all topics". There is a forum just for Stand Mixers. You can also try this address: forum.kitchenaid.com. You will find instructional videos and information on model numbers, accessories, features, adjustments, etc. There are user tips and recipes too. You must sign up for the forums to submit a question.

Is a standard model like the Artisan all I need?

The Artisan is good for basic mixing jobs (light bread doughs, single batches, etc). It is also easier to move around and store in a cabinet due to its size compared to a pro model. So, if you don't plan on doing any mixing beyond the basics in single batches and or need something compact that can be more easily moved around, the Artisan may be a good choice.

Why Go Pro?

The pro models have bigger motors, all-steel gears, and a more durable build that can handle large (double +) batches, heavy bread doughs, and certain attachments that could cause non-pro models to bog down and overheat while mixing or strip their plastic gears. The PowerKnead(tm) spiral dough hook is not recommended for non-pro models. The "Heavy Duty" features of the pro models do add some extra weight and noise.
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71 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Kar Dell on March 29, 2006
I really wish people would read the instruction manual before complaining about things.

Yes, the mixer starts off slowly. This is called the soft start feature. it is intentional. The idea is the mixer starts slowly and ramps up to full speed. This keeps the ingredients from spraying all over the place.

Yes this mixer is louder than older KA mixers. It has an all metal gear set and they are louder than the older mixers that have a nylon gear.

I make on average about 6 loaves of bread each weekend, stiff French and Italian style dough. This mixer has never bogged down, quit or failed in any way in my use for nearly one year.

You will love the spiral dough hook and the wider bowl.

I own quite a few mixers, 38 to be precises(OK, I am a little nuts) and the 4 I uses regularly the Pro 5+ is the one I use most. You will be pleased. But please, read the instruction Manual.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 12, 2006
When you need the KitchenAid, there just is no substitute. This particular unit is at a very attractive price and is the 5-quart size (not the Artisan.) This means the bowl is raised and lowered with a lever while the bowl is placed on pins on the holding arms. It comes with a flat paddle, a dough hook and a whisk. All work extremely well and the motor is strong enough to plow through heavy doughs.

I use this generally for the following things:

1. Bread dough. With the dough hook, I make heavy whole-wheat bread. It takes the dough from the sticky stage to perfectly kneaded and there is no mess on the counter or hands.

2. Whipped egg whites. Making sure the bowl and whisk are perfectly clean and free of grease, you can whip egg whites in seconds.

3. The paddle is attached for cake batter. If I am making sponge cake, I start by whipping the whites, then putting them in a separate bowl and starting up the batter. Then I fold in the beaten whites by hand. If you buy a second steel bowl, you won't have to transfer them, but it's not hard to scoop out egg white meringue with a spatula.

You can add attachments like grinders, slicers and sausage stuffers to the front top of the machine (there is a flap to access the motor drive.)

The white color will look utilitarian; on the other hand, if you redecorate your kitchen, the lime green or fire engine red model may look weird; so white goes anywhere. This is a perfect BRIDE GIFT and the price is extraordinary.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. Shieh on September 18, 2006
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The mixer sold with this model number is the Kitchenaid Professional HD, not the one shown in the picture. This was a model created exclusively for club warehouse stores such as Costco. The primary differences between this and the mixer in the description are that the bowl is a narrow one (as opposed to the wide one shown in the picture), and this one is 475 watts (though it has the same flour capacity). It also has the spiral dough hook, all metal gearing, and electronic motor control.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By R. Martyn on October 9, 2006
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The review from "gtad" is great. This is a review to expand on the information provided thus far.

I recieved my mixer (RKG25H0XWH) last week and am very pleased so far. It also looks great on my counter top!!

I have researched these mixers to some length and Kitchen Aid has provided me with this list of part #'s for common parts:

Flat Beater - Coated K5AB

Flat Beater - Burnished Alum. K5ABB

Spiral Dough Hook - Coated KNS25C DH

Spiral Dough Hook - Burnished KNS25B DH

"C" Dough Hook - Coated K5ADH

"C" Dough Hook - Burnished K5BDH

Wire Whip K5AWW

5 Qt. Narrow Bowl w/ Handle (polished) KN25PBH

Pouring Shield (2 piece) KPS2CL

Non Sealing Bowl Covers (2/pk) KN1BC

Feet (come in package of 5) 8211628

Water Jacket (not available)

Feel Safe in purchasing this in that parts are available.
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