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Kitchenaid Artisan Stand Mixer

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  • 5 qt. capacity; 10 speeds
  • White finish
  • 325-watt motor for 9-cup flour power
  • Stainless steel bowl with handle
  • Includes beater, dough hook, and wire whip

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Product Description

Color: White

  With an arsenal of tools in one compact machine, the KitchenAid KSM150PSWH 5 Qt. Artisan Series Stand Mixer - White is any chef's best friend. Finished in an easy-to-coordinate white, this mixer has a planetary mixing action to ensure all ingredients mix thoroughly.   Additional Features: 14.13L x 8.75W x 14H inches Tilt head for easy bowl access Powerful direct-drive transmission Attachment hub with hinged cover Planetary mixing action   About KitchenAid For over 80 years, KitchenAid has been devoted to creating innovative cookware that inspires culinary excellence. From the original Stand Mixer first created in Troy, Ohio, this industry leader now offers a wide assortment of cookware, bakeware, kitchen accessories, and appliances. All products are designed with your cooking needs in mind and are engineered to exceed the highest manufacturing standards. Since 1919, KitchenAid has been synonymous with quality and value. As a result, all KitchenAid products are backed by exceptional, industry-leading warranties. Check out the complete line today. 5 qt. capacity; 10 speeds. White finish. 325-watt motor for 9-cup flour power. Stainless steel bowl with handle. Includes beater, dough hook, and wire whip.  

Product Details

Color: White
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 13.9 x 8.7 inches ; 27 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 27 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B016KHDW9W
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: KSM150PSWH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4,755 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,297 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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2,438 of 2,479 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen on January 21, 2004
Color: White on White
My wedding gift mixer (a Sunbeam Mixmaster) turned 33 a week before Christmas, and my husband thought it was time for me to have a new one. He gifted me on Christmas with the KitchenAid 5 Qt. Artisan in white. I love this mixer and leave it out on my counter, something I never did with the Mixmaster. I recently purchased the citrus juicer attachment from Amazon and am very pleased with it as well. I have not read all 109 previous reviews on this site, but I have read a few that were disgruntled because their Artisans did not mix well. I initially had the same problem with the beater/bowl clearance. It is very simple to remedy. There is a beater adjustment screw on the mixer and the manual describes how to make the adjustments. I got even better instructions by calling customer support at KitchenAid. The technician told me to drop a dime into the empty bowl, turn the mixer on (about setting 2) using the flat beater, and it should move the dime 1/4" to 1/2" each time it rotates around the bowl. This is the right clearance for the beater to mix everything at the bottom of the bowl, but not low enough to cause wear on the beater from constant friction with the bottom of the bowl during usage. I tweaked the screw setting 1/4 turn each time until I got that dime moving. At this setting, I can now beat a single egg white to stiff peaks in the 5 qt. bowl. That's impressive.
This mixer is as sturdy as a tank, and you can hear the quality as it mixes. Although I had previously purchased a KitchenAid mixer for my daughter as a gift, I would never have splurged on one for myself. I am so happy my husband thought I was worth it!
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1,204 of 1,264 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 23, 2002
Color: Imperial Grey
I love this thing! I have friends who've had KitchenAid mixers for years and they've always raved about their quality and durability. Well, I finally went for it and I have absolutely no regrets. You want to talk about a solid piece of kitchen machinery? This is the epitome of what "Made in America" used to mean! Unlike all the cheapo mixers out there, I'm completely confident that this thing will even outlast ME! The only problem is now I'm wondering why I waited so long!
-----> This may help some of you - I read a review somewhere in which the reviewer gave this mixer a poor rating because it left dry ingredients in the bottom of the bowl - read the instruction booklet, people. It clearly states that if this occurs (or if the attachments scrape the bowl), there is an adjustment screw that raises or lowers the mixing assembly. I had to slightly lower mine and it now incorporates everything into the mix. The KitchenAid mixers are well worth the money....or you can keep buying junk mixers every couple years...the choice is yours.
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179 of 191 people found the following review helpful By Katawampas TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 29, 2007
Color: Empire Red
I grew up with one of the first KA mixers - my mom bought it at a fair over 35 years ago. With 5 kids in the house, it was used several times a week for years (cookies, cakes, desserts, bread, etc.). It finally started to give out last year (gear was slipping) so I bought her a new one. And I have 2 myself - one I got for a wedding present 18 years ago (it lives in my weekend house) & I just bought the red artisan for at home. I also have the meat grinder (as does my mom) & that is a handy device. Mom always used it to grind leftover turkey/beef roasts into the best sandwich spread. I can't say enough good about this mixer. I wouldn't bake half as much without it. It's powerful & dependable. I would give this mixer 10 stars if it was an option. You can't go wrong with this machine.

Update: 2/2/2010 I would now rate this 3 stars at most. I am shopping for a replacement to this mixer - ALREADY! And I don't think the replacement will be KA. My 20+ year-old KA is still going strong - this new Artisan has been a disappointment. Underpowered, cheap beaters (paint flakes off) & the head & the mixer itself jumps all over the place when mixing.

The wobbly head problem has become a common complaint with KA mixers. I found how to fix that at least temporarily 1. Unplug the mixer 2. Lock the head in place 3. Make sure the visible hinge pin that goes through body of the mixer is pushed all the way flush 4. Remove bowl & beaters 5. Turn the entire unit on its side 6.Look all the way down the shaft & you will see a screw. (My screw actually fell completely out & was thankfully on the counter, under the mixer!)6.Tighten that screw with a flat head screwdriver. This should fix the wobbly head problem.
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94 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Jessica in NE on May 11, 2007
Color: Onyx Black
I own a KA Artisan Series 5-Qt. Stand Mixer in "Blue Willow." I am a casual baker and am relatively new in the kitchen and prior to making this purchase, I did quite a bit of research on stand mixers. I found that the questions you have to ask yourself prior to making this purchase are:

(1) Do you really need one, and, if the answer is yes, then;

(2) Is this a one-time purchase, and;

(3) Which stand mixer actually *fits* your needs?

Though I was tempted to get a big 6-Qt professional, bowl-lifting, super cool mixer, I realized that I generally cook for two people and that I would not need to ever really mix 14-cups of flour or 8 pounds of potatoes. Even if I did, I'd be doing it in smaller batches anyway. So that brought me back to my senses and I considered the KA Artisan.


Oddly, it only has 325 watts of power. Other stand mixers of this size offer up to 500 watts; the KA 6 Qt. Pro offers 525 watts and a bowl "lift" function. I don't know if this makes a huge difference, but my KA stands up to whatever I put in it. I use it to make mostly cookie and bread doughs. It comes with three accessories: flat beater, dough hook, and wire whip. The flat beater is very versatile and I have really appreciated not having to wrestle with my crappy hand-mixer when mixing things like softened cream cheese. I can throw it all into the bowl at once and walk away to start something else.


It's a snap. While I tend to still get flour all over "The Fuselage," as I call my mixer, it wipes off in a jiffy because of the sleek exterior. I don't find the "chute" of the pouring shield especially "easy" to add ingredients, especially when it's flour from a big mixing bowl.
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