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SideSwipe for KitchenAid Narrow Bowl-Lift Mixers: 4.5-, 5- and 6-Qt Flared, in Red


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  • Scrapes sides & bottom of the bowl for thoroughly-combined, fluffier mixtures. Safe wattage draw.
  • Alternating Soft-Swipe fins allow chips and nuts to pass without being crushed PLUS are extra-long to accommodate minor variations in mixers & bowls
  • Preferred over Beater Blade by Cook's Illustrated (America's Test Kitchen)
  • Heavy-duty reinforced nylon frame won't crack or peel in dishwasher like competition; Aluminum Core offers durable connection to mixer
  • Replaces the flat beater for ALL 4.5QT and 5QT and Costco 6QT TALL KitchenAid stand mixers where bowl is lifted using a crank lever
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SideSwipe for KitchenAid Narrow Bowl-Lift Mixers: 4.5-, 5- and 6-Qt Flared, in Red + New Metro Design Beater Blade for KitchenAid 5-Quart Bowl Lift, white with Red Blades + KitchenAid K5ASBP Bowl for 5-Quart Professional Stand Mixer
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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 6 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B006557SE0
  • Item model number: KLN-1R
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,529 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

SideSwipe revolutionizes mixing and virtually eliminates the need to stop your mixer and scrape the bowl to get all your ingredients mixed in. The ORIGINAL spatula mixer blade delivers better results because of its unique alternating silicone fins. The ultra-flexible fins' bi-directional scraping provides a more thoroughly-combined, fluffier end result while maintaining a safe wattage draw. And it mixes your recipes faster, too! SideSwipe is perfect for mixing most everything you use your stand mixer for - cakes, frosting, cookies with chips and nuts, mashed potatoes, creamed butter and much more! Don't be fooled by recent competition that doesn't mix as well or get ingredients from the bottom of the bowl! MODELS: Replaces the flat beater for: MOST KitchenAid 5-Quart bowl-lift models, Heavy Duty, K4SS, K5, K5A, K5SS, Professional 5 Series, Professional HD, KG25, KH25, KM25G, KP50, KPM5, KSM5, KSM450, KSM50HDP, KSM50P, KSMC50. Also fits KSM675 Costco 6Qt tall mixer. Does NOT fit Professional 5-Plus or Pro 520. Not sure about the model? See alternate image for KA beater photo and measurements. Bowl size is 8 to 8.25" across the top. Patented in US, Canada, Australia; other Foreign Patents pending. BPA FREE.


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Customer Reviews

No more stopping the mixer to scrape the sides of the bowl.
MS TESSY
Kitchenaid makes their own spatula-type beater now, but not for the K5-a. I had seen a favorable video review of the Sideswipe and thought I might as well try it out.
J. Sisk
The blade of the SideSwipe is very light weight, but it has more sturdy metal in the head to attach the blade to the shaft.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J. Sisk on January 5, 2012
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The one thing that I really disliked with my bowl-lift Kitchenaid is that I had to unhook the beater and lower the bowl constantly in order to get a spatula in to get all of the ingredients off of the side of the bowl. I had looked at the BeaterBlade, but my mixer is a K5-a from the 70s and although the BeaterBlade claims to fit, it was too tight in the bowl and made the beater stick and slip as it tried to spin around the bowl. Kitchenaid makes their own spatula-type beater now, but not for the K5-a.

I had seen a favorable video review of the Sideswipe and thought I might as well try it out. It fits the bowl nicely so it looked promising, even without ingredients. The first recipe I tried it with was a rather thick muffin batter and it worked very well. If you've seen the BeaterBlade in action you've probably seen that it keeps the sides of the bowl clean and pushes the ingredients to the center so that there's absolutely no bowl scraping necessary. The Sideswipe is a bit different in that the fins on the beater pull ingredients off of the bowl and incorporate them well, but it doesn't keep the side completely clean. To me this is not a problem because I still didn't have to scrape the bowl until I was done mixing and ready to pour the batter into muffin trays. It incorporated everything in about 5 minutes total, and normally I'd have to scrape the bowl 3 or 4 times to get everything worked in, stopping the mixer and unhooking the beater and lowering the bowl each time.

One thing I especially like about the Sideswipe is that the fins let things like chocolate chips in the batter flow through the beater instead of forcing them underneath the spatula section.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By First Tiger Dragon on December 31, 2011
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I read all the reviews concerning this silicone finned beater and decided that the benefits touted in the positive reviews outweighed the negatives. I am thrilled with the functionality of this beater--it cuts mixing time down not only by eliminating frequent stops for scraping down the sides of the bowl, but also by incorporating ingredients faster than a regular paddle beater. I used to dread mixing frosting--now it's a thrill! I join the chorus of those who recommend highly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Shawn C. on February 28, 2014
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This thing works great in my Kitchen aide that I got from Costco. Mixes thouroghly and clears the sides of the bowl nicely.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By sh on February 12, 2013
There are several bakers in the household and we have one of these and a New Metro Design Beater Blade. The side swipe is the one we always reach for. It seems to keep the bowl sides cleaner although it's a close race. We tossed the original beater from Kitchenaid.

It's easier to clean the Sideswipe than the New Metro because you don't have a long seam to clean out where the wiper meets the metal beater. With the Sideswipe, the wiper encases the beater (or the outer loop anyway).

caveats: You have to scrape off all the sides of the sideswipe tabs when you're done, which is slightly more burdensome than wiping off a plain beater. You have to be careful not to cut the soft material when scraping it clean after use.

Bonuses: besides wiping the bowl sides as it works, the Sideswipe doesn't have the chipping problem of the original beater or the flexbeater from Kitchenaid or the Metro. This is because the "rubber" swiper fully encases the part of the edges of the beater.

So far, the Sideswipe has lasted longer than the original Kitchenaid beaters.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sharon Gunn on October 30, 2013
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This works awesome for keeping things mixed well. I guess it is hard to clean like the other reviewers said but no harder to clean than the one that comes with it. I mean if you don't want to do any dishes, you should probably not be baking, right? The white part is plastic and that covers a metal base. You should make sure that you check that you are ordering the right size, this one works on the LIFT mixers. Mine is a "Professional 5". Probably the people complaining about it not fitting ordered the wrong size. I did that at first, too.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. Graves on November 25, 2012
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If you are looking for a mixer blade that will totally scrape the side of the bowl, this is not it. However, if you are looking for a superior blade for mixing doughs with nuts, raisins, etc. this is the perfect tool.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D. Thomson on April 2, 2014
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It's okay, well made, but didn't fit the mixer bowl. We have a 6 quart bowl, evidently there are many variations. Best to check on line for the dimensions of your original beater and compare it to the scraper type you want.

Once you find one to fit, this type beater does work very well
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M Cooper on January 13, 2013
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Too much work to clean the blades. I prefer the smother blades and I certainly did not need to spend the money to buy this.
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