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Hamilton Beach CPM700 Commercial Stand Mixer, Silver

3.9 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
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  • Powerful 800 watt motor maintains constant speed regardless of load
  • Heavy-duty die-cast aluminum body
  • Adding ingredients is easy with tilt-back head
  • Rotating mixing action provides complete bowl coverage
  • 7 quart stainless steel bowl
  • Powerful 800-watt stand mixer maintains constant speed regardless of load
  • 7-quart stainless-steel bowl; rotating mixing action for complete bowl coverage
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The Hamilton Beach CPM700 stand mixer features: Tough, all-metal gears vary the speed and torque for all three attachments and provide excellent durability. The low center of gravity offers minimal vibration for secure mixing, while the die-cast aluminum body is built to endure years of mixing. Made to perform: The variable-speed, 800-watt motor maintains speed regardless of load, yet is gentle enough to mix delicate foods. No matter what’s being mixed, the mixer provides complete bowl coverage. The flat beater is angled to cover the whole bowl; the whisk is balloon-shaped for maximum aeration; the dough hook is strong enough to knead the heaviest breads. The pop-up head lifts for quick and easy attachment changes and bowl removal. This unique feature eliminates the need to put your hand in the mixture to change attachments or remove the bowl. Also, the tilt-back head makes adding ingredients or scraping the sides of the bowl much easier. Full of safeguards: The recessed -incheson-inches button prevents the mixer from being accidentally activated. A unique safety cut-off stops the mixer immediately anytime the head is raised. In addition, the motor features overload protection to help prevent overheating.

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For round-the-clock baking needs, the Hamilton Beach Commercial stand mixer delivers power, control, and safety features all wrapped into one stout machine. With its 800-watt motor—compared to 325 watts for standard home models—the mixer is capable of maintaining set speeds regardless of dough stiffness or ingredient quantity. The all-metal gearing system is highly durable and adjusts both speed and torque for all attachments. In spite of its power, the mixer is capable of delicacy on low settings and vibrates minimally in action.

Hamilton Beach constructs the mixer with a rugged die-cast aluminum body for years of heavy-duty use. The head tilts up for easy access to ingredients and attachments, and automatically stops operation in the raised position. A rotary dial controls speed, while separate on and off switches control power—the on button is safely recessed to prevent accidental activation. The motor also features built-in protection against overheating. In addition to a 7-quart stainless-steel bowl, the mixer comes with a spatula, a flat beater, a dough hook, and a balloon whisk. The unit measures 15-1/2 inches wide by 9-3/8 inches deep by 13-7/8 inches high and carries a two-year warranty on parts and labor. --Emily Bedard


Product Information

Product Dimensions 17.9 x 11.8 x 16.6 inches
Item Weight 20.6 pounds
Shipping Weight 23.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Department Stand Mixer
Manufacturer Hamilton Beach
ASIN B00015NMX6
Item model number CPM700
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3.9 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #137,770 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#276 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Mixers > Stand Mixers
Date first available at Amazon.com January 1, 2004

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By sumerchuck on December 5, 2011
We bought one of these to replace a Kenwood 7qt mixer that was worked to death, on the assumption ( as stated in one of the reviews here) that the Hamilton Beach is a re-branded UK made Kenwood. Nope. The one we received is 'made in China'. Very obvious quality drop from the old one. The Hamilton struggles with a batch of slack ciabatta dough, much less anything stiffer. The hinge on the body is so loose/sloppy that the head assembly shakes from side to side when in use, making it impossible to properly adjust the beaters/hooks. How sad.

We still have the 25+year old 5qt blue and white Kenwood, works great, but he does not see much use because of the smaller capacity.

We do like the big red kill switch on the front of the new Hamilton, and the added handles on the bowl are nice. Since she prefers a tilt head planetary mixer over a drop bowl type like the 7qt Kitchen-aid or smaller Hobart types, I really don't know what to do other than looking for an unused counter queen Kenwood somewhere.

Update on 1/02/2012: The mixer did not survive the 2011 Holiday Baking Frenzy. After mixing just two batches of moderately stiff bread dough, the thermal overload kicked in, the mixer shut off, and has not returned after more than a day. I assume that it is dead, and a warranty claim is in order. The Kenwood survived many Holiday Baking Frenzies.
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WOW! This is a real work horse of a machine. I picked mine up on eBay a few months ago and I couldn't be happier. With 800 watts of power you don't have to worry about thawing butter or handling the thickest of doughs. It includes three attachments heads (wire whisk, dough hook and beater) and they are very sturdy. The steel mixing bowl is sturdy and cleans easily. Controls are simply and it has a great safety cutoff to prevent the machine from operating when the head is tilted back.
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Hamilton Beach CPM700 Commercial Stand Mixer, Silver I bought this mixer when I had a baking business making about 50 cakes plus many pounds of cookies a week. It is the 4th mixer I bought after I burned through 3 others. Most people don't need to have as large a bowl but if you do, I would recommend this one over the Kitchen Aid and definitely over the Viking I had. Most importantly it has an automatic shut off when the motor gets overheated, which the others do not. It doesn't offer a splatter shield, but it is the exact shape as the Viking so you can order one from that company and it will work fine. The warrantee is not as good as the Kitchen Aid which automatically sends you another within days, but it also is more durable if you are doing some heavy duty baking.
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By Lori on June 23, 2014
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I really can't believe that this product now sells for $497 . I bought it 2 years ago for $350 and feel I got ripped off. The bowl is too deep and the paddles never reach low enough so you have to constantly stop it and mix it with a spatula. It's extremely noisy. And now that mine just went past it's 2 year warranty,,,,it's kicking the bucket. The motor is burning out. Whoever said that you could put 5# of flour at one time in the bowl is not being truthful. I can't even put 2 batches of bread in the bowl without the motor shutting down. That is 4# . Piece of junk.
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Update 12.2.2013
Motor started to die and would cut out from overheating after only a couple minutes of general mixing. We decided to put this mixer on light duty only, whipping cream, light cookie doughs ,etc. Maintenance dept could not find anything wrong other than a motor that could not handle the rigors of daily kitchen life. Bummer because I liked this thing. Went with the new 8 quart Kitchen Aid which is an amazing mixer.

I would still recommend the HB mixer for a home cook, but not for a professional.

Very strong motor so far. We've had for about a year now. Attachments and bowls are beefy. Great design and super light but built well. Way better than the KA 6 quart, but nothing beats the original KA 5 qt. so if you need something bigger this is a great choice.
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By D. Morcos on September 25, 2011
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I have a kitchen aid 5 cup mixer that I have no other issues with except for capacity. I use this for larger dough and it does deliver.
Very nice looking machine and built like a brick. I want to mention that behind the top front plastic Grey cover there is an accessory/attachment socket, but I have not found anything online or in the manual that list any attachment. Maybe for the future.
Also, for the capacity at this price it is a steal compared to anything else out there.
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By AZAR on January 21, 2014
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It is the copy of a Kenwood Mixer, both a exellent it is the must perfect in the market to do bread mixing, the manufacturer must take care in gluing to fix the RUBBER PADS I just lost one I dont know how I can order the parts if not the machine is exellent
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I like this mixer so far. I have had it for about 2 weeks and used it daily for about a week. I had a hand mixer until now. Once you get used to when to use which attachment and at what speed this mixer cuts your dough prep time in half. I am using it to make pizza and cookie, and doughs and everything comes out smooth and more delicious. I haven`t used the mixer at full speed, yet. At level 2 or 3 it sounds like it`s about to take off, on speed 5 it`s very loud, but it is, after all, a commercial mixer for larger recipes. It vibrates quite a bit and seems to move just very minimally (a few millimeters on speed 5) but it gets the job done great. So glad I got it!
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