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KitchenAid KSM7586PCA 7-Quart Pro Line Stand Mixer Candy Apple Red
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- Largest Capacity Residential Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer Available
- Includes Powerknead™ Spiral Dough Hook, Flat Beater, and Stainless Steel Wire Whip
- 16-Cup Flour Power Capacity
- Professional bowl-lift design
- 7-Qt. Stainless Steel Bowl
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the kitchenaid is kind of loud...not terribly loud, and certainly quieter than all the other kitchenaid mixers on the market. still slightly on the loud side though. not a problem for me though.
this mixer will mix large amounts of dough for extended periods of time. i've kneaded quadruple batches for 10+ minutes and the kitchenaid did it without breaking a sweat. where this mixer is most like a hobart is in this. it will turn that dough without any hint of motor lag. it just motors right through it. there's no drop in RPMs, nothing.
it fits nicely under the cabinets above, and the red looks great against the cherry cabinets.
the finish does not scratch easily, and is very easy to clean. the dough hook works a lot better than the older style dough hook. the bowl is very nicely made of thick steel. my only issue with that is that i'd have liked if they included the open handle bowl with the machine. as it stands the bowl is not able to be stacked easily, due to the full D shaped handle.
overall i've had a fantastic experience with this mixer. i feel like it cannot be beat for the price. it's nowhere near as much as a tank as the hobart N50, but that mixer is also for commercial kitchens, and costs 2000 dollars vs. the kitchenaids under 600. in my opinion this is the best mixer you can buy for the money anywhere.Read more ›
The mixer itself is no bigger than the 6-qt mixer (which is nice because my ice cream mixer, purchased for the 6-qt, will work on this mixer as well), but the extra quart in the bowl makes a difference to me while dealing with my larger batches. The extra wattage is also incredibly wonderful. My previous (575 watt) mixer often overheated while running the dough hook for too long or after the 2nd or 3rd batch of dough. With the 1.3 HP of this mixer, I haven't had a problem yet and don't see there ever being one!
For anyone that bakes a lot, especially heavier, thicker dough, I highly recommend this Proline mixer!
P.S. As far as KitchenAid's customer service goes, they are fantastic. When I used my mixer for the first time, the dough hook was machined just slightly off and wouldn't lock on to the mixer. KitchenAid sent a new dough hook right away, no questions asked. I don't even need to return the bad hook. I couldn't be happier!
Although the bowl capacity is one quart more, the dimensions on this 7 quart is not much larger than the 600. Another good benefit I had noticed -- the amount of noise isn't too bad when running the 7 qt. on higher speeds, such as whisking on speed 8 or 10. I had seen a video on youtube showing the 600 v. 7 qt in terms of noise and the 600 was quite louder.
In my short ownership of this mixer I do want to comment that a sticking point (which I hope will go away) for me is re-attaching the bowl seems a little challenging. Maybe the spring piece in the back is still stiff, but I found it takes quite a bit of force to get the bowl to click back into place. Would gladly appreciate anyone's tips or experience on how to make that task a little easier.
Update: After using my mixer a couple more times, I got a better handle on the re-attachment of the mixer bowl. With the loops on each side hooked to the two connecting metal pieces, you will have the bowl tilted such that the back portion of the bowl is way higher up - then place your hands towards the top of the back of the bowl and push down with some force (shorter people like me may want to go on your tiptoes...but you will get it!)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
What a beautiful, strong mixer! It is a real pleasure to use.
I also have the Bosch Universal, which has been delegated to big-batch-whole-wheat-bread-only-duty. Read more
Love this mixer. I had bought the one from costco and HATED it... glass bowl, didn't actually mix thoroughly... returned that and bought this. Amazing mixer! Read morePublished 18 days ago by MamaJ
My wife loves this mixer! She wasn't sure at first because putting the bowl on and off took a little getting used to (she had the artisan model before). Read morePublished 22 days ago by watersst
I owned one in the bast then tried other models...I will never own anything else!Published 26 days ago by Julie Peterson
I love my new mixer! I've developed carpal tunnel syndrome over the years, and finally decided to purchase a stand mixer. What a huge difference! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This is like buying a new car for me! What an upgrade from my regular KitchenAid mixer. Its so quiet for the power. I like all of the attachments & the bowl design. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jarmuz
This is my second kitchaid mixer in 30 years. I love this mixer for making bread and large batches of cookies. It is much quieter than my last one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kindle Customer