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KitchenAid KSM75WH Classic Plus Series 4.5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, White
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- Multipurpose attachment hub, over 15 optional attachments
- 4.5-Qt. Stainless Steel Bowl
- 10-Speed Settings
- Tilt-head design
- Includes coated flat beater, coated dough hook, and wire whip, 1-year warranty
- Multipurpose Power Hub
- 4.5-Qt. Stainless Steel Bowl
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KitchenAid Classic Plus Series 4.5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer
The KitchenAid Classic Plus Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer with 4.5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl and 10 speeds easily mixes, kneads and whips your favorite ingredients.
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.
4.5-quart Stainless Steel Bowl
The 4.5-quart stainless steel bowl offers enough capacity to mix dough for 6 dozen cookies, 3 loaves of bread or 6 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.
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.
|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|
|Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Warranty||1 Year Hassle-Free Warranty|
Top Customer Reviews
UPDATE: 02/2012: I have started making bread once a week on a regular basis and my stand mixer performs beautifully each time.Read more ›
Do you need a stand mixer? No, probably not, but it sure takes the grunt work out of stirring and kneading. It also mixes more consistently than I could by hand and classes up the counter.
If you're set on a stand mixer, should you buy this one? Maybe. It's not designed for huge amounts of heavy dough or constant use. It's built well, but it's not an industrial machine. It audibly strains and thumps with a double helping of cookie dough (around 25 oz of flour) and while kneading wet, thick pizza dough. With that sort of load, there's no speed difference between setting 6 and 10, though of course you'd only knead at setting 2 anyway.
KitchenAid has some mixers that are ostensibly a bit stronger. They're all lift-style: instead of tilting the head back, the head sits higher and you raise and lower the bowl. I prefer the tilt-head style. The paddles never get out of the way with the bowl-lift, getting the bowl to lock in place is a jerky movement, and it takes up a lot of vertical counter space. What you do get for the extra cost of the Pro series is a better dough hook, a metal gearbox, more power, and a slightly larger bowl. Even these higher-power mixers will fall short of alternatives from Bosch and Electrolux for serious breadmaking, however.
If you opt for the Artisan, you gain 1/2 QT of bowl capacity, a handle on the bowl, the splash guard, and color choices besides white.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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