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Westinghouse SA61950 Stand Mixer, Stainless Steel

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  • 450-watt of power
  • Planetary mixing action creates more contact with the beater and the bowl reducing the need to scrape the ingredients down
  • Large 3-1/2-quart stainless steel locking mixing bowl because the beater is doing all of the motion, not a moving dish that your bowl could slip off of
  • Instructional DVD on how to use your new mixer
  • Pulse feature as well as 4 speeds at your fingertips for precision mixing
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Westinghouse 3-1/2-quart Stand Mixer is driven by a powerful 450-watt motor with 4-speed fingertip controls with a pulse feature that allows you to handle any mixing need your recipes require. With the three included mixing attachments, you can mix, whip and even knead dough and take your baking to the next level. The Westinghouse Stand Mixer features a planetary mixing action that provides a shorter mixing time by simultaneously spinning on its own axis and traveling a circular path around the bowl. This motion creates more contact between beater and ingredients, and completes tasks like creaming butter or blending flour into dough in record time. This design also allows the beaters to make it to every part of the bowl, so you seldom need to scrape it down. It's sleek compact design is beautiful and small enough to be kept on the counter or tucked away in a cupboard. This compact, powerful mixer does it all and includes a stainless steel bowl, stainless steel whisk, beater dough hook, aluminum flat paddle, transparent splashguard, flour feeder, instructional DVD, and user manual with a one year limited manufacture's warranty.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 15.5 x 15.5 inches ; 15.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16.8 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0057R88TQ
  • Item model number: SA61950
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #204,707 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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66 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Marcia L. Scherzinger on March 6, 2012
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This review is going to fly in the face of everyone who said in their reviews, "I wanted a Kitchenaid" or "It's not a Kitchenaid"... One thing is for certain, it's not a $300 Kitchenaid.

Here's what I have discovered so far. I just received this and used it already and will modify this review later if I see it necessary.

1. It's beautiful. It doesn't take up a full acre of counter space. I plan to keep mine on the counter as soon as I whip up a cover for it.

2. It's heavy! The sheer weight of it tells me that this machine is not messing around!

3. SUCTION CUPS!!! That's right, I said suction cups. There are four suction cups on the bottom that suck right onto the counter. Because of that, there's not even a hint of a wiggle when it's working.

4. It's sounds great! It's not whisper soft, no... but it doesn't sound like a helicopter taking off in my kitchen, either. It has that "I'm not a pansy piece of crap" appliance sound. It means business. It's a smooth hum... I don't want you all thinking it's going to break windows. When you've had appliances break like I have, you get an ear for that dreaded "I'm about to fry out" sound.

5. The instructions don't take a 4 year degree in communications to understand. Very straight forward, very easy to understand, and there are pictures. I haven't watched the DVD yet, and I know I should, but I couldn't wait to get this baby out of the box and use it.

6. All removable parts are extremely easy to install/uninstall. There's no fuss, no muss, and no tools. You hear a nice, clear, definitive "click" when you press the release button to lift the beater. You know it's up, and it's going to stay up until you press the button again and move it down.
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By agoodeater on December 19, 2011
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It was two weeks before Christmas and all through the house there was a horrible wailing. From our old stand mixer there arose such a clatter that we surely knew what was the matter.... Looking around for a replacement, we really didn't want to spend a lot on a mixer just before Christmas. The Westinghouse SA61950 has almost no on-line reviews yet, but it looked good and seemed like it might be up to our use which includes making bread at least weekly.

So far so good, plenty of power to finish up kneading the bread without hand work. The bread hook is a great design and easy to get on and off. The mixer has what they call "Planetary mixing action" which means that the beater moves around in the bowl to get to all sides. This a good thing, I can't imagine why anyone would make a stand mixer and not have either the mixer head or the bowl move.

The box does have a big disclaimer "for home use only" so it does suggest that they at least don't want to warranty the mixer for heavy use. So we will see over time how this lasts. But for now it is a great stand mixer at great price. I do a food blog [...] so this mixer will get a good workout, hopefully for many years to come.

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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By J. A. Festa on March 27, 2012
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I have always wanted a KitchenAid Mixer. I have also always wanted to learn to bake from scratch. So I decided I was going to get into Cupcakes. But I needed a stand mixer. My little Procter Silex 125-watt Hand Mixer just wasn't gonna do the trick. As I started to research KitchenAid mixers and looking at my budget, I finally came to realization that since I'm new to the baking adventure and since I was unsure how long this "phase" could last, it wasn't in my best interest to plunk down $350 on a KitchenAid mixer that may or may not drip oil into my batter (which in research was found to be a VERY common issue for KitchenAid). So I researched mixers over a week time period. I came across this Westinghouse and was immediately smitten with it because it had the same "style" as KitchenAid as far as using a paddle over normal mixer beaters. It had all the wattage as the KitchenAid. The basic difference outside of cosmetics was that the Westinghouse mixer is a straight up mixer. It doesn't allow for all the additional cost attachments that you can add to your KitchenAid. And I realized that I'm buying a mixer, not a pasta maker or an ice cream maker. So why buy more mixer than I needed!

When I got the mixer I was really excited. I went to make cupcakes that first night. Unfortunately, the mixer had a short and would cutoff. Amazon's return was really easy. I went online to request a replacement mixer. Before they had even received the broken mixer, I had my new mixer in hand.

Again, I went straight home and made some cupcakes, but this time, the mixer worked like a DREAM!!! I LOVE LOVE LOVE this mixer!!!

I gave this 4 stars for a few small things. When you go to lift the arm up the paddle hits the side of the bowl.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Marie Peterson on February 29, 2012
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I have had this stand mixer for several months and purchased it primarily for the dough hook. The two main reasons that I chose this model were: bowl size, 3 1/2 qt. was perfect for me, usually make no more than one loaf of bread or its equivalent at one time, and second, 450 watts of power, rarely available at this price range. The mixer does a very good job kneading the dough, all the flour gets mixed in and I am very pleased with the baked bread. Clean up is also easy, no nooks or crevices for food to get stuck in. I have also used it for muffins and humus and was very pleased with the results. It mashed the beans in the humus, usually takes a food processor to do this. There is virtually no splattering, so I only used the splatter guard once. That is some what difficult to put on. I have not had a problem with excessive noise. i feel it is definitely a good purchase.
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