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- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Replacement wire whip
- Fits Models: K45, K45SS, KSM75, KSM90, KSM95, KSM100, KSM103, KSM110
- Provides maxiumum volume for mixtures needing air
- Handwash only; one year warranty
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KitchenAid's wire whip is designed for mixtures which need to incorporate such as egg whites, whipped cream and angel food cake.
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KitchenAid is no longer a name that can be trusted blindly!
update: The one I ordered from KitchenAidParts was exactly the same and turned black in the dishwasher... I am attempting to find a place that will electroplate the cast aluminum head so it can go in the dishwasher. This is stupid.
Update Jan 2016: I found a place that does food grade plating and they plated it for me. Now it runs through the dishwasher and is great. No more black oxidation after running through dishwasher!
Great for meringue, whipped cream, and whipped frostings
easy to clean, dishwasher safe
Made from heavy metal, seems to be rust-proof
Whipped items don't get whipped at the very bottom/center of mixing bowl
Mine began to corrode only days after I got it. I only used it once, and I hand-washed and dried it immediately afterward. Then, it started to fall apart on my shelf (which was NOT next to either the sink or dishwasher). This hub should be made of a non-reactive material, like stainless steel, or at least anodized aluminum.
I can't believe this is made by the same Kitchen-Aid that made my (fantastic) mixer. They should be embarrassed to put their name on garbage like this.
If you need to replace your original whisk because IT corroded (like mine did), do NOT buy this or you will get more of the same. Wait for them (or a 3rd party) to come out with a proper version. Until then, get a hand mixer or stick blender.
Thanks to Amazon for making this so painless to return.
Scrapes the sides and bottom of the bowl. very well. Seems really sturdy. Came with an instruction sheet for
hand washing only sue to discoloration if dishwasher is used. This wish came from Kitchen Aid as indicated in the post
I would by from this dealer again. I received this product in less than 2 days. Great Amazon service...only way to go!!
Having read other reviews I placed both (old and new wire whips) side-by-side, looking at them from others' perspectives. I found that the old one :
1. is heavier
2. is still shiny after decades of hard use
3. appears to be of a more substantial quality
Looks aside, this new whip performs just as well as the older one. I'm not sure why someone would complain that a whip could break unless the item happened to escape quality control. If the whip is the correct part for the mixer, it's correctly locked into place, it should perform well. A whip is used to whisk air into a mixture, not for blending ingredients. For example, it's used to make whipped cream and meringues. The addition of sugar--whether 10x or granulated--to the cream or egg whites doesn't force the thin wires to do heavy duty work.
I am still pleased with Kitchen Aid's quality. The whip arrived promptly and in fine condition from Amazon.