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KitchenAid KSM7586PSR 7-Quart Pro Line Stand Mixer Sugar Pearl Silver
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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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|Color||Pearl Silver - Sugar||Nickel Pearl||Empire Red||Silver||Candy Apple Red||Empire Red|
|Item Dimensions||17.8 x 19.5 x 13.4 in||7.25 x 9 x 17 in||9.3 x 14.3 x 14 in||11.3 x 14.4 x 16.4 in||14.6 x 11.4 x 16.4 in||17 x 9 x 7.25 in|
|Item Weight||32.55 lbs||29 lbs||22 lbs||25.8 lbs||28.8 lbs||27 lbs|
|Material Type||—||Steel, Iron||Stainless Steel||Zinc||Zinc||Zinc|
|Wattage||—||575 watts||325 watts||—||550||575 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
Top customer reviews
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.
The thing I can comment on is the noise. The motor noise of this is much quieter than the older 5qt version (replaced because we wanted a bigger one), but this thing clicks like crazy (sounds like gear slop in the gearbox). We tried two different mixers and they made the same noise. As you can see from other reviews, this problem is quite common, and KitchenAid/Whirlpool claim that it's normal. But honestly now, in the age where dishwashers are so quiet that they have to have a light to tell you they are running (otherwise you cannot hear them), the supposed "pro" model of the supposed leader in prosumer mixers' highest-tier product sounds like an old vw van in bad need of wheel bearing replacement? To quote the inimitable Webster: "whatcha talkin 'bout, willis?"
Sadly, all the reviews point to this model still being the best, the clattering noise notwithstanding, and so the better half and I will see how this goes, and if the noise worsens or, worse yet, if this thing shed metal shavings (as some other reviewers have noticed) or fails because those sloppy gears disintegrate... well, then I guess I'll lower my 3-star rating and shake my fist in the general direction of Kansas or wherever it is that these guys are headquartered.