KitchenAid KHM926CU 9-Speed Digital Hand Mixer with Turbo Beater II Accessories and Pro Whisk - Contour Silver
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- Combine ingredients at speed one for slowly stirring in chunky ingredients, speed six for mixing bread batter and creaming butter and sugar, then speed nine for whipping meringue
- Soft Start Feature brings the beaters up to the selected speed gradually to help prevent ingredients from splattering
- Lockable Swivel Cord lets you lock the cord into either the left or right side of the mixer so you can approach ingredients from any angle. The round cord is easy to wipe clean
- Soft Grip Handle provides comfort while mixing
- Beater Ejector Button to easily and quickly remove any accessory from the hand mixer with the single-handed press of a button.61 inches power cord length
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KitchenAid Hand Mixers
The KitchenAid Hand Mixer provides you with the power and control to mix up your favorite cookie dough, mash potatoes and so much more.
Combine ingredients at speed one for slowly stirring in chunky ingredients, speed six for mixing bread batter and creaming butter and sugar, then speed nine for whipping meringue.
Combine ingredients at speed one for slowly stirring in chunky ingredients, speed four for mashing potatoes, speed seven for beating egg whites and whipping meringue.
Mix ingredients for a variety of recipes from slowly stirring in chunky ingredients, like nuts or chocolate chips, at speed one to whipping egg whites or heavy cream at speed five.
The Three-speed Hand Mixer is the perfect go to for nearly all of your mixing needs. Comes with Turbo Beater Accessories.
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|Stainless Steel Turbo Beater II Accessories||✓||✓||✓||-|
|Available Colors||Candy Apple Red, Contour Silver, Empire Red, Onyx Black, White||Contour Silver, Empire Red, Onyx Black, White||Boysenberry, Cranberry, Crystal Blue, Empire Red, Green Apple, Lavender, Majestic Yellow, Onyx Black, Pink, Tangerine, White, Watermelon||White|
Soft Start Feature
Brings the beaters up to the selected speed gradually to help prevent ingredients from splattering.
Lockable Swivel Cord
Lock the cord into either the left or right side of the mixer so you can approach ingredients from any angle. The round cord is easy to wipe clean.
Beater Ejector Button
Easily and quickly remove any accessory from the hand mixer with the single-handed press of a button.
Stainless Steel Turbo Beater II Accessories
The Stainless Steel Turbo Beater II Accessories are ideal for mixing heavy ingredients. Dishwasher safe.
Not included with KHM312.
Mix, knead whip and blend all of your favorite recipes with this 9-Speed Mixer featuring and Exclusive Accessory Pack. This hand mixer comes standard with 2 Turbo Beater II Accessories, 2 Dough Hooks, a Pro Whisk, Blending Rod and Storage Bag to neatly protect and organize everything.
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UPDATE: The beaters wobble much more than the original Kitchen Aid hand mixer I had previously, especially at the mid- to high-range speeds. I called Kitchen Aid customer service and asked if this was normal. They said yes, with the new hand mixers, the beaters do wobble more than older models.
In addition, the whisk is awful, it actually looks mangled and I read another review that stated it was flimsy, and well I guess they are right. I have included a picture of their whisk next to another one, the Kitchen Aid is shown on the right. You can see the big hole in the Kitchen Aid. I contacted customer service intending to show them a picture of the whisk to get a replacement but I will be returning this mixer I'm afraid.
I did some research after posting this review, comparing different mixers. KitchenAid has the lowest wattage at 145 watts, compared to Cuisinart's 220 and Breville's 240 watts. It took me forever to make a meringue, now I know why. Very disappointed.
That said, it's a pretty color and a pretty design. The attachments aside from the beaters are nice (whisk, dough hooks, milkshake mixer) and when it did work it worked well. It's quite disappointing that it didn't last
I'll be returning this tomorrow under warranty.