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KitchenAid KP26M1XDP Professional 600 Series 6-Quart Stand Mixer, Dark Pewter

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  • 10-speed stand mixer with all-metal construction and powerful 575-watt motor
  • 6-quart stainless-steel mixing bowl; direct-drive transmission with all-steel gears
  • Electronic speed sensor; auto shut-off motor protection; Soft Start minimizes splatter
  • Wire whip, burnished flat beater, spiral dough hook, and clear 2-piece pouring shield included
  • Measures 14-3/5 by 16-1/2 by 11-2/7 inches; 1-year hassle-free replacement warranty
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Product Details

Color: Dark Pewter
  • Product Dimensions: 14.6 x 11.3 x 16.5 inches ; 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 30 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0002Y5X8S
  • Item model number: KP26M1XDP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Dark Pewter

KitchenAid Model KP26M1XDP Professional 600 TM Series Stand Mixer - Powerful performance, extraordinary elegance, remarkable results. The new PowerKnead TM Spiral Dough hook replaces hand kneading with a forceful punching and rolling action. The Professional 600 TM Series mixer can effectively mix up to 14 cups of all-purpose flour per recipe and produce up to 8 pounds of mashed potatoes. With its 575-watts, the Professional 600 is the most powerful KitchenAid mixer yet. Soft Start mixing feature helps minimize ingredient splatter and flour puff with gentle acceleration to selected speed after start-up. Electronic Speed Sensor monitors operation to maintain precise mixer speed. Commercial-style motor protection automatically shuts off the mixer when overload is sensed to protect the motor. Durable all-steel gears provide reliable service. Solid, truly seamless one-piece motor head design is easy to clean. Exclusive premium Satin Pearl finish adds a subtle shimmer to any countertop. Features KitchenAid's Hassle-free replacement warranty.

Customer Reviews

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I love baking and this makes my baking life so much easier.
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Hopefully, the mixer will continue to perform.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

73 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Troy Brown on May 31, 2005
Color Name: Blue
I make a lot of bread using my KitchenAid mixer, and for years I have tolerated my 4.5 quart Ultra Power KitchenAid mixer. Anytime a recipe called for 6 cups of flour, I knew I would have to finish the recipe by hand. The 4.5 quart bowl just couldn't handle that much dough. I just purchased the Pro 600 with the spiral dough hook, and all I can say is WOW! The new spiral hook works totally different than the older C-hook. No longer does the dough "slap" against the side of the bowl. Instead the sprial dough hook brings the dough to the middle of the bowl for mixing and kneading. You can see how much more effective this tool is. I have already ran 5 different bread recipes through this mixer, and I haven't had to finish any of the by hand yet. Just enough to shape the dough before proofing. The 6 quart bowl is a must have for bread makers! Now I just have to figure out how to give away all this bread!
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40 of 41 people found the following review helpful By lbskis on February 5, 2007
Color Name: Dark Pewter Verified Purchase
I still have my Kitchenaid Classic Stand Mixer for 17 years and it is still kicking, but I have wanted this newer, bigger Kitchenaid for sometime. The price was the only thing keeping me from buying. My husband convinced me that in spite of the price tag, it's a well-made machine and if it lasts as long as my Classic, it would be well worth the plunge. I checked prices all over and Amazon was the best price (especially since I got mine w/o shipping costs!). I also lucked out because I opened an Amazon account, and Kitchenaid offered a mail-in rebate!! It was a great Christmas gift to me! I purchased dark pewter which wasn't what I thought it was when I got it. I called customer service at Amazon and they couldn't have been nicer. They said that I could switch it for the correct color, no problem, since the color appeared different on the website. I decided I didn't want to wait any longer and kept the dark pewter--which still looks good with my black appliances (licorce was my other choice). It's great to know that Amazon was so cooperative. I also like purchasing from Amazon because of the very helpful reviews.

Now about the machine. It's beautiful. I don't have a problem with the size, but please note it is BIG (height and width). I love the fact that the bowl is 6 quart so you can mix batches of cookies, potatoes, etc. You can even add ingredients easily since the bowl was made wider--I can add while it's mixing. I love the bowl-lift design...easier than the tilt head of my older Kitchenaid. And the soft-start feature really does work. I can't comment about the different speeds, because in the 17 years of having Kitchenaid stand mixers, I hardly use the higher speeds (except the occasional home-made whipped cream, etc).
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Betty J. Mason on October 20, 2007
Color Name: Dark Pewter Verified Purchase
I replaced an old Sunbeam Mixmaster with a KitchenAid 250-Watt mixer more than 15 years ago, and it has served me well. Having lately gone to mixing bread dough with a mixer rather than by hand, I had for some time been thinking of upgrading to the KitchenAid Pro 600. Some of the reviewers scared me with their criticism. I went to the internet to see what else I could find out. I found one site where the writer said he had expressed concerns that matched my own. He was finally persuaded to set aside his qualms when he read an article from America's Test Kitchen. From a field of 18 stand mixers, the final three included the KitchenAid Pro 600 and the Hobart 5-qt mixer for home use which sells for somewhere in the neighborhood of $1500 dollars. The KitchenAid Pro 600 actually performed better at mixing than all the rest! Since, in my case, it was either get a stronger mixer, or give up making homemade bread due to the many ravages of age (I have long since celebrated by "diamond jubilee" birthday,) I opted for the Pro 600. I ordered it from Amazon on October 10, 2007 and it was delivered to me October 11th! Coming to Vernon, Texas from Dallas, Texas makes for overnight deliveries! I made pizza dough from the KitchenAid recipe that weekend. It was the easiest pizza I'd ever made. Early this week I tried the mixer with one of my own recipes for San Francisco Sourdough Bread. Again, perfect results with nothing but shaping on my part. Then today I made up a recipe for Everlasting Icebox Rolls that my grandmother, born in 1877, had used. That really put the mixer to the test. There's a quart of liquid in the recipe, so that takes a lot of flour. Again, not a grunt or groan from the KitchenAid. The spiral dough hook is wonderful.Read more ›
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63 of 71 people found the following review helpful By James B. Hall on August 4, 2007
Color Name: Dark Pewter
I have owned this machine for a little over a year now. Well, actually I have gone through five of these machines in the last 16 months, as each one has broken while kneading wheat dough. I use approximately 6-7 cups of wheat flour per each batch of bread. This should not be too much for this powerful machine, especially since it is advertised to handle wheat dough. I have since also had to purchase a Bosch Universal for my bread making. I have also heard excellent reports about the Electolux mixer for kneading wheat bread.

My recipe calls for a 6 minute kneading time, but each Kitchenaid got too hot and shut off after only a couple of minutes of kneading.(This time fluctuated with each machine.) I would have to wait for it too cool down. I even tried blowing a fan on one of them while it kneaded to keep it cool. It was useless.

The first time I called Kitchenaid they told me I should only knead my bread for 2 minutes at a time. This bothered me since I bought it to make wheat bread and it was advertised as being able to handle the job. They also told me not to knead above speed 2, which I never did, as the instruction manual warned against it. They sent me a new machine and I kneaded for only 2 minutes. Then the machine really began to sound rough. I sent it back 2 more times, each time getting a new machine with no questions asked. Each machine failed in the same way. This was over a period of a year. I just decided to be quiet and use the 4th one thinking they were probably growing very weary at hearing from me, but it finally died completely. It wouldn't even turn on. When I called again, my one year warranty was up, but they kindly sent me a refurbished one to replace the dead one.
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