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KitchenAid KHM5APWH 5-Speed Ultra Power Hand Mixer, White
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- 5-speed lightweight hand mixer with powerful yet quiet motor
- Turbo-powered beaters; electronic mixing sensor; beater-ejector button
- Well-balanced ergonomic design eases mixing fatigue; stable heel rest
- Wash beaters in hot, soapy water; wipe body with damp cloth
- Measures 7-1/2 by 6-1/2 inches; 1-year full warranty
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Kitchenaid has gotten a few poor reviews on this product, but what you really have to realize, is how many thousands others have the product, use it weekly, and never have a problem. Kitchenaid is still the choice of pros, and 10, 15 years down the road, when you either have kids old enough to use one, or maybe you'll have grand kids, this little pup will still be beating away for you.Read more ›
My husband bought me the KitchenAid 5 speed hand mixer for Christmas five years ago. I had wanted and yearned for a KitchenAid stand mixer.
However, the handmixer was all we could afford.
Now? You couldn't GIVE me your stand mixer I love this hand mixer so much.
It beats with ease and speed everything from heavy whipping cream to thick cookie and bread dough. The beaters snap in and out with ease. The cord is long enough for great mobility. And the power on this thing! You can feel it adapting to give more "oomph" when the dough starts to get harder to mix.
I love it and when (IF!) it ever dies, I'll be a KitchenAid hand mixer purchaser again.
72 Watts: yes this unit only has 72 Watts, and, because of that, it is the quietist, smallest and lightest unit I have come across. Even the $6 Rival 5-speed unit from W-Mart is noisier, larger and heavier than this unit, and, its slowest speed will splatter your walls (125 Watt motor). The HPM5A was designed to fit in the niche between hand stirring and folding, and, a Kitchenaid stand mixer which, in my case, is a Sunbeam Mixmaster. In regard to filling the niche, I would give the mixer 5-stars.
Speed Differences: the difference between the 3-Speed, 5-Speed and 7-Speed, as far as I can tell, is low range. The 7-Speed offers a true low range. The 5-Speed offers a low speed that will eliminate spattering in most situations. Remember, your hand is controlled by your brain, and, can do a far better job at stirring and folding than any low geared machine. In addition, the 3-Speed and 5-Speed have mechanical vs. digital controls. In my experience the speed of a mixer can be adjusted far faster with mechanical rather than digital controls. All the units share the same motor and body.
Whipping: as far as I can tell the high speed of the 3-speed, 5-speed, and 7-speed units are the same. The high speed is adequate for my usage - but I am a vegan and do not cook with dairy or eggs. Those of you that do may find these machines less adequate in whipping than a higher power machine (but then there is the noise, weight and size).
The accessories: the weakness of the unit (all speeds) is the quality of the accessories, and, for this reason I do not recommend an Amazon purchase. It is for this reason I gave the HPM5AP a 4-Star rating.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Absolutely love this mixer.* Feels well made and is superbly designed for functionality. It's one of the tools in my kitchen that I just feel good about using (another is the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Anderson
I purchased this mixer (Model KHM5AP) locally in May 2011 for $43. I thought the name and the price would indicate that it was good. Read morePublished 6 months ago by R. Rodriquez
Not as described in picture. Cord is not on the side, but is a swivel cord underneith the mixer.Published 6 months ago by Benjamin Newman
Kitchen Aid products are very reliable. Mostly of our kitchen appliances are from this folks. I recommend them.Published 6 months ago by Mario Sandino
Does a good job, but I wish it was beefier. And sometimes the beaters start hitting each other. I bend them back when that happens.Published 9 months ago by Julie Duncan