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KitchenAid Limited Edition Pro 620 Stand Mixer KP26M8XMC

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  • Bowl-lift mixer style. Rugged, die-cast all-metal construction provides sturdiness required to support the raw power of this machine. Direct drive transmission for durability.
  • Commercial motor protection for many years of reliable service. All-metal gears. 10-speed slide control ranges from a very fast whip to a very slow stir.
  • High-performance, 67 point planetary mixing action insures ingredients are thoroughly mixed without frequent scraping or rotating bowl. 14-cup flour power.
  • Electronic speed sensor - maintains selected speed regardless of load. Multi-purpose attachment hub. Locked rotor protection - safeguard for the motor by automatically shutting down if the mixing action becomes obstructed.
  • 1 year free of charge warranty. Made in the USA.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 34 pounds
  • ASIN: B001F2G7E0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,755 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

This exclusive 6-quart stainless-steel bowl is large enough for double batches of cookie dough. Soft Start feature prevents splash-out. Planetary mixing action thoroughly incorporates and combines all ingredients. Attachment hub lets you turn your mixer into a multipurpose kitchen machine. Includes a clear pouring shield, burnished flat beater, burnished PowerKnead spiral hook, and professional wire whip attachment for maximum volume in whipping cream or egg whites. Elegant metallic chrome exclusive to CHEFS™. Model: KP26M8XMC.

Product Features
• Bowl-lift mixer style
• Rugged, die-cast all-metal construction provides sturdiness required to support the raw power of this machine
• Direct drive transmission for durability
• Commercial motor protection for many years of reliable service
• All-metal gears
• 10-speed slide control ranges from a very fast whip to a very slow stir
• High-performance, 67 point planetary mixing action insures ingredients are thoroughly mixed without frequent scraping or rotating bowl
• 14-cup flour power
• Electronic speed sensor - maintains selected speed regardless of load
• Multi-purpose attachment hub
• Locked rotor protection - safeguard for the motor by automatically shutting down if the mixing action becomes obstructed
• 1 year free of charge warranty
• Assembled in the USA

Includes
• Professional 13"-wire whip
• Burnished flat beater
• Clear pouring shield with enlarged chute for easy addition of ingredients
• 6-quart stainless-steel bowl with contoured handle
• Burnished PowerKnead™ spiral hook

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This is a quality made mixer and KitchenAid stands behind their products 100%.
Morbious2
For all its brawn, it is quiet in operation and looks terrific sitting on the counter.
Brian Mattes
I usually do my bread dough by hand anyway, so it doesn't matter that much to me.
Diane C. Kennedy

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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Diane C. Kennedy on December 21, 2009
My mother purchased this Pro model for me as a gift about five years ago to replace my old KitchenAid. On the plus side, it is a powerful mixer that doesn't balk at doubled amounts of cake batter, although I did have problems with it for bread dough as another poster commented. And yes, I read the manual, used the correct speed and attachment. The machine did heat up. I usually do my bread dough by hand anyway, so it doesn't matter that much to me. However, since the head doesn't lift, I find the machine awkward to work with. The beater extends down into the bowl even when the bowl is at its lowest level. Therefore, you have to put the full bowl onto the stand, holding the beater partially submerged in the middle, then attach it over the bowl. You have to remove the beater when you remove the bowl as well, which is messy and impractical. Even with adjusting the height screw as it recommends in the manual, I find that the whisk sometimes doesn't scrape the bowl thoroughly. I have to stop the motor and scrape with a narrow spatula, and can't reach the bottom well because there isn't much room to work with and its a hassle to take the bowl and beater off. The beater is wide so you can't hold a spatula in the bowl while the motor is running. I see that there are beaters with silicone scrapers attached for sale to remedy this problem, and I might try that although they are pricey. Since the machine comes with additional attachments and a powerful motor, and I'm used to working around the beater, I'll doggedly use this until it gives up the ghost. My next mixer will have the liftable head like my old ones, however.
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67 of 79 people found the following review helpful By M. McAdams on February 4, 2009
Got this mixer over 2 years ago and it sounded terrible from day 1 - a loud whine that my other Kitchenaid mixers never had - but it seemed to function all right, yet never seemed to have as much power as I thought it should. The more I used it the less power it seemed to have, especially kneading bread dough. It would get very hot and could not fully knead even soft doughs, then finally stopped altogether. Repairs would cost over $200 so I'm looking for a replacement. Additionally the bowl did not rise far enough in the upper position to allow the paddle or whisk to fully incorporate ingredients at the bottom of the bowl- it was necessary to lift the bowl manually to accomplish this, a little risky at high speeds.Since I already have several attachments I'll look at another Kitchenaid mixer, but am hoping their quality control has improved.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Stephen D. Chiquoine on January 24, 2010
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Bought this through Chef's...arrived promptly....super unit (if you want big and dont mind the whine of a big motor)....after a dozen or so uses the main drive unit fell off (quite the sight!)...called Chef's, the apologized profusely, emailed me a label, picked it up and the one I have now is just great...had to be a fluke as I had another smaller unit for 15 yrs and the friend to whom I donated it reports its as good as ever!
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. Kinney on November 30, 2011
KitchenAid mixers of the past earned their reputation because their motors were built by Hobart, a name you will see in commercial applications. Truly industrial grade. Alas, that has not been the case for a long time now. This mixer labored intensely with bread dough and divinity, bogging down pretty severely and getting quite hot. We exchanged it for a Viking which, aside from a Rube Goldberg beater attachment, has a lot more horsepower.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Morbious2 on August 18, 2011
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Love this mixer! It is very powerful and really whips up all sorts of things...is great on whipping cream...takes seconds!!! Is powerful enough to mix bread dough so that all you have to do is knead...your arm is not worn out before you start the kneading!! It is noisy but that is the sign of a powerful motor...which it needs to do what it is supposed to do! This is a quality made mixer and KitchenAid stands behind their products 100%. Recently I had the 600 model and it had a problem and unfortunately there is NO ONE in my city that can or will repair small appliances...so the KitchenAid company very graciously replaced my mixer with a check so I could purchase this model I did have the 2 year extended warranty after the original one ran out in one year...my mixer was 1 year and 3 months old when I had the problem. The extended warranty cost $30.00 for 2 years and it was the best $30.00 ever spent...by far!! It is just sad that these days people can't or wont repair small appliances!! This new model is "exactly the same as the 600"...there is NO difference what so ever with the exception of the "wire whisk" attachment..it looks like a double whisk where as the other model had one that was a single whisk.
This mixer is powerful enough for bread dough, stiff cookie dough and great on simple cake mixes!! I also love to use the meat grinding attachment which I originally purchased for my original KitchenAid standing mixer 275 watts...over 20 years ago...which I still have and it still works. It is nice for a beginner but it doesn't have the power of the 600 or the 620. I would recommend this mixer to any one who loves to bake. It is a little on the pricy side but well worth it and it is also very well worth it to purchase the extended warranty when the original one runs out!!!
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