KitchenAid KSM150PSWH Artisan Series 5-Qt. Stand Mixer with Pouring Shield - White
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|Item Dimensions LxWxH||16 x 16 x 11 inches|
|Number of Speeds||10|
|Item Weight||22 Pounds|
|Is Dishwasher Safe||Yes|
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- 10-speed slide control ranges from a very fast whip to a very slow stir
- Includes Flat Beater, Dough Hook and Wire Whip
- Power Hub for Additional Attachments. 14.1 inches depth ,13.9 inches height and 8.7 inches width
- Unique Mixing Action. Power Cord Length : 4.0. Electrical - Hz - 60
- Assembled with Pride in Greenville, Ohio
- Choose from all the color options to find the one that best matches your style and personality.
- The power hub turns your stand mixer into a culinary center with more than 15 optional attachments available.
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KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer
Choose from over 20 different colors of the KitchenAid Artisan Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer for the one that perfectly matches your kitchen design or personality.
KitchenAid Artisan Series
Easily make your favorite cakes and multiple batches of cookie dough with the 5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl with comfortable handle. With 10 speeds, the standmixer will quickly become your kitchen’s culinary center as you mix, knead and whip ingredients with ease. And for even more versatility, the power hub fits optional attachments from food grinders to pasta makers and more.
Over 20 Colors Available
Choose from all the color options to find the one that best matches your style and personality.
Power Hub (Over 12 Attachments Available)
The power hub turns your stand mixer into a culinary center. With more than 12 optional attachments use the power of your stand mixer to help you make fusilli pasta from scratch, shred a block of Parmesan cheese in seconds and so much more.
5-quart Stainless Steel Bowl with Comfortable Handle
5-quart stainless steel bowl with comfortable handle offers enough capacity to mix dough for 9 dozen cookies, 4 loaves of bread or 7 pounds of mashed potatoes in a single batch. The bowl is also dishwasher-safe for quick and easy cleanup.
59-Point Planetary Mixing Action
59-Point Planetary Mixing Action means 59 touchpoints per rotation around the bowl for thorough ingredient incorporation. The beater, dough hook or wire whip rotates around the bowl, giving incredible bowl coverage for comprehensive mixing.
|Professional 600 Design||Professional 600||Custom Metallic||Artisan Design||Artisan||Classic Plus|
|Bowl Material||Glass with Handle||Polished Stainless Steel with Comfortable Handle||Polished Stainless Steel with Comfortable Handle||Glass with Handle||Polished Stainless Steel with Comfortable Handle||Brushed Stainless Steel (No Handle)|
|Flat Beater||F Series Coated||Burnished Aluminium||Coated||Burnished Aluminium||Coated||Coated|
|Dough Hook||F Series Spiral-Shaped Coated||Spiral-Shaped Burnished Aluminium||C-Shaped Coated||C-Shaped Burnished Aluminium||C-Shaped Coated||C-Shaped Coated|
|Color||3 Colors Available||Over 10 Colors Available||3 Colors Available||Over 5 Colors Available||Over 20 Colors Available||1 Color Available|
|Usage||Cookie Yield - 13 Dozen||Cookie Yield - 13 Dozen||Cookie Yield - 9 Dozen||Cookie Yield - 9 Dozen||Cookie Yield - 9 Dozen||Cookie Yield - 6.75 Dozen|
10 Speed Settings
Powerful enough for nearly any task or recipe, whether you’re stirring wet and dry ingredients together, kneading bread dough or whipping cream.
The tilt-head design allows clear access to the bowl and attached beater or accessory so you can easily add ingredients for a recipe. Locking the head into place during operation keeps the beater-to-bowl contact close and efficient.
Model KSM150PS Includes
Everything you need for recipes from cookies to ciabatta bread, with a coated flat beater, coated dough hook, 6-wire whip and 1-piece pouring shield. The flat beater and dough hook are dishwasher-safe.
Choose from over 20 different colors of the KitchenAid Artisan Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer for the one that perfectly matches your kitchen design or personality. Easily make your favorite cakes and multiple batches of cookie dough with the 5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl with comfortable handle. With 10 speeds, the standmixer will quickly become your kitchen’s culinary center as you mix, knead and whip ingredients with ease. And for even more versatility, the power hub fits optional attachments from food grinders to pasta makers and more.
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Now on to what I like about it.
Off the bat, how structurally sound it is. I mean this thing weighs in at 25 pounds of good old solid cast metal.
Powerful motor with plenty of low end torque to push through even the most binding of concoctions.
The paint job. What is that, powder coated? Awesome, easy to clean, and no chipping.
Ample range of mixing speeds. From as low as ---"stir" ---to as high as ---throw, mix, and spray everything out of the mixing bowl because you were in a hurry and weren't paying attention and THOUGHT you were locking the tilt head when in reality you maxed out the mixing speed--- (If you own one, you know what I mean....if you don't own one yet but buy one, you'll find out).
The nylon coated dough hook and beater. Easy to clean. The wire whip is a nice size.
The lock in design for the mixing bowl. Very easy to insert and remove and it holds the bowl in place solid.
The power hub for adding additional attachments.
What I don't like.
The one piece pouring shield. I used it a few times, it annoyed me, I pitched it.
The color being white. Don't get me wrong, its a nice white and if you like white you'll like this white. Back in '03 though my colors were limited. I think the choices were like white, yellow, and pink so I opted for white. Thought about spray painting it but I'm married now and the wife put the cabosch on that idea. That blue willow color looks rockin' and that's what I'd get today.
One last note...when you buy this and set it up for the first time, there's adjustment screws on the head of the mixer. Put your mixing blade in and adjust the screw so the tip of the blade almost touches the bottom of the bowl. It should come with instructions on how to do that.
So in a nutshell, there is no doubt in my mind this mixer is one of the best on the market. It isn't cheap I know, but if you cook and bake a lot, its well worth the investment in the long run. I hope this helped and if you have any questions feel free to email me via my profile page.
Hace unos meses compré esta batidora para mi madre, como soy de Venezuela tardé unos meses para poder tenerla en mis manos, y vaya sorpresa me llevé cuando la batidora encendía, más no realizaba ningún movimiento para girar.
Esto significó un problema muy difícil de solucionar ya que no podía enviarlo de vuelta a EEUU para efectos de garantía, y en mi país no hay tiendas especializadas de esta batidora a donde hubiese podido llevarla.
Corrí con la suerte de que en casa de una amiga tienen una batidora de la misma marca desde hace años, y su padre como es ingeniero se ha encargado de todos los mantenimientos. Al revisar la batidora todo el problema resultó ser que tenía 3 tornillos flojos internamente, lo cual es un error totalmente de fábrica, e implica que estas batidoras no están pasando por un control de calidad adecuado.
Realmente quedé decepcionada y no esperaba que una máquina con tanto reconocimiento viniese con una falla tan simple, pero al mismo tiempo tan complicada de solventar en mi país. Corrí con la suerte de que alguien pudo repararla por experiencias anteriores, pero sinceramente había dado el equipo por perdido.
Need to now spend 400$ on buying a other one!
After running these two machines side-by-side, I learned two things: the capacity of the larger bowl (5 qt vs 4.5 qt) was offset by the new dough hook design, and the new motor struggles and heats up much more than my older motor.
I made a batch of sourdough, part whole grain but still fairly soft, using a recipe for two small loaves (though I have regularly kneaded larger batches in my machine). The Artisan motor sounded so labored I did not run it long. Especially puzzling was how the dough climbed up the dough hook. Now I have had that happen before, but generally only if I have overfilled the bowl capacity, but this was not the case. So I transferred the dough still in the 5 qt bowl and the 5 qt sized dough hook to my Classic, and while the motor did not labor, the dough went straight up the hook again. Odd. Then I moved the dough to my old 4.5 qt bowl with its hook and had no problem kneading it with the Classic as it did not climb. I moved this bowl and hook combination to the Artisan and the bread did not climb the hook there either, but the motor was running hot. I concluded that the new shape of the hook was causing problems - too close to the bowl sides perhaps.
To test the overheating problem, the next day I put my grain mill attachment on the Artisan and ground wheat for 5 minutes. The motor was feeling pretty hot to the touch. I moved the attachment to the Classic and ground the same amount of grain in 3 minutes that the Artisan took to grind in 5, but I continued to grind grain for the full five minutes. My machine was just warm to the touch. So my thought is that the newer motors are not as robust.
My research of KitchenAids on the internet revealed that there is a *very* simple way to tune the speed of the mixer and since my Classic was jumping to a fast speed at "Stir" I tried this out (turning two screws at the back - there are instructions to be found on You-Tube) until the beater rotated 15 times in 15 seconds. Lo and behold, I now have a soft start and no more flour flying all over the counter when I turn on the mixer! O happy day! Next thing I will do is re-grease the gearbox and then I think I will continue to have my little workhorse for another 20 years or so. I just have to work within the constraints of the bowl size. Or not, considering it never stopped my Kitchenaid before!
My advice is to find an older model at garage sales or on ebay or buy one off a friend who never uses theirs. Sometimes, older IS better.
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The mixer arrived two days after I placed my orders, which was exceptionally fast, as always when I'm using amazon prime. Despite seeing some very dark fingerprints which were highly visible on the white KitchenAid, the product is GREAT and I immediately washed everything in order to make a batch of chewy peanut butter cookies. (The cookie are chilling in the fridge right now, haha) The box included the mixer, two replacement heads, a lid for the bowl, a manual, and several other sheets of paper. I was actually really surprised to find that the mixer heads were made of a solid metal coated in white paint, because it just seemed like hard plastic in the images. That was a really pleasant surprise. The KitchenAid made almost no sounds when it was blending, but I did notice that the mixer head is a bit too close to the bowl-to the point where it's literally scraping the bowl when spinning. The problem was resolved after a counter-clockwise twist of the screws. yay!
So overall, I'm definitely loving this artisan KitchenAid, and hope that this will last my family and I a very long time. I also hope that this post is somewhat informational/helpful for those who are willing to invest in a KitchenAid. As mentioned by others, this really is the best investment for your kitchen if you cook and bake on a regular basis.
***Final piece of advice: Why spend an extra 200 bucks for "pretty" colors when you can get a simple, clean and neat WHITE KitchenAid for only $360 shipping included? Peace.***
I right away tried it for simple things like beating eggs for an omelette, mixing dough for cookies then for bread. All accessories work great and are easy to plug in and out. The handle on the bowl in a must have for easier manipulation. I did not use the splashguard because nothing was splashing by starting at a low speed and going up gradually.
So happy with this that I am looking toward the other accessories like the pasta maker and the meat grinder!