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- 16-Cup Flour Power Capacity
- Includes PowerkneadTM Spiral Dough Hook, Flat Beater, and Stainless Steel Wire Whip
- Largest Capacity Residential Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer Available
- Professional bowl-lift design
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|Sold By||U.S. Retail||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||BigKitchen||Amazon.com|
|Color||Pearl Silver - Sugar||Nickel Pearl||White||Empire Red||Frosted Pearl||Onyx Black|
|Item Dimensions||17.8 x 19.5 x 13.4 in||7.25 x 9 x 17 in||8.7 x 14.1 x 13.9 in||8.7 x 14.1 x 13.9 in||14 x 19.6 x 20.1 in||8.8 x 14 x 14 in|
|Item Weight||32.55 lbs||29 lbs||14.99 lbs||26 lbs||9 lbs||22 lbs|
|Material Type||—||Steel, Iron||—||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Zinc|
|Wattage||—||575 watts||275 watts||325 watts||—||250 watts|
Mix enough dough for 14 dozen cookies in a single batch using the KitchenAid Pro Line Series Bowl Lift stand mixer. The Bowl lift design raises bowl into mixing position. With ten different speed settings you can mix, knead, and whip ingredients with ease. The power hub fits optional attachments that you can use to help you make fusilli pasta from scratch, shred a block of parmesan cheese in seconds and so much more. Included with this model is a a flat beater, dough hook, and a stainless steel six-wire whip and pouring shield. The stainless steel bowl has a handle for transporting and a seven quart capacity for large quantities. Backed by a manufacturers five year limited warranty, this stand mixer is sure to guarantee satisfaction.
7 quart capacity
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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. it is leaps and bounds better than the 5qt and pro 600 mixers, which dont, or didn't have metal gearing, as well as have a tendency to overheat when doing large batches of dough. this mixer will take anything you can throw at it and will not lug at all. it's a great design by kitchenaid.
1) The Power - it does a fantastic job kneading bread dough and I can use my Kitchenaid attachments without it bogging down, such as the pasta press, - my Kitchenaid Ultra Power could not power the press sufficiently and I couldn't make spaghetti noodles with it, but the Proline 7 qt makes it SO easy!
2) The Color - I purchased the sugar pearl silver and it is very lovely, matches my stainless steel appliances
3) It is easy to clean
4) the large whisk, spiral dough hook, and large flat-beater are great and make quick work of mixing doughs/batters.
1) The loud clicking noise! I am SO disappointed that Kitchenaid has not fixed this issue which it seems some unlucky customers (like me) have had with their mixer. I have read some reviews where customers say theirs is so quiet, I am so envious! The motor itself is quiet, but the clickety/clack is just awful. Sometimes the click starts right off the bat, other times it's a "slow build" but you can be quite sure that once any dough comes together, the "click" gets louder & louder.
2) Grease in my dough (see photo), not so yummy! (& yes, I cleaned everything before using). The mixer was leaking grease from the planetary action part. (not sure if thats the right description - the round thingy that rotates the beater).
3) The loud clicking noise!!! (sorry to say it again, but it is VERY annoying!)
I contacted Kitchenaid customer service because I had read reviews where others said the clicking is NOT NORMAL and their mixer was "quiet as a kitten". I do not see how any clicking noise on a mixer would be normal. Anyway, the Kitchenaid rep asked to hear my mixer. After hearing it, she said they would ship me a replacement. I was very happy & excited to be getting a replacement mixer that would not click, until I received my replacement this morning & tried it out. Got the ingredients in my "new" mixer and wouldn't ya know, there's the constant CLICK CLICK CLICK! NOOOOO!!!! I could have cried! And on top of that, the replacement mixer's motor is MUCH louder than the original one it was suppose to replace!
I have uploaded a video of the two mixers (original & replacement) because during the week since I've had the mixer, I have been searching the Internet for videos/reviews to see if any one else has had the same problem. I found a couple videos that did replicate the clicking sound and read a few reviews from other dissatisfied customers complaining about it. I hope to hear from Kitchenaid customer service as I contacted them that the replacement is worse than the original and I want to send the replacement back! It's so upsetting that I saved up for the hearty price of the 7 qt proline, was so excited to finally get it because of all the baking I do, and now I just don't know if I can take the clicking sound everytime I want to bake. (And I bake ALOT, mostly bread 5-6 days a week). Our family room is right off the kitchen, so the clicking sound doesn't just annoy me, but anyone who is in that room as well.
So I guess this review is a "buyer beware". Watch the video & decide for yourself. I am hoping that I hear from Kitchenaid and maybe I will be one of the lucky ones that gets a truly quiet mixer (as they advertise it to be). On a side note, please be patient with the video, this is literally the 1st video I have ever uploaded, but I am so frustrated, I thought others should know what they might be getting before they shell out $500+ on something they may not want to listen to over and over and over. (or try to replace & get the same noise or WORSE) By the way, in the video, bread dough is half a recipe (3 1/4 cups flour) so it is a light load, the cookie dough is also a small batch, about 3 dozen worth.
Does anyone have a 7 qt proline that doesn't click? Anyone know how to fix the click?
Update: still working OK but no way would I use it for more than a 7 cup pizza dough.
UPDATE 1/18/2016: Mixer has been great with 3x cookie and bread dough processing. Tonight we used our pasta roller attachment for making dumpling dough, which can be very elastic/tough. Mixer had no problem making the dough (8 cups flour) and barely make a whimper when we ran the dough through the pasta rollers. With the Artisan, it would sound like it wanted to bog down and stop...which was always a little nerve wracking. So we are SOLD in this mixer (which is on sale now for $100 less than we paid for it!) If you are on the fence, I highly recommend it.