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KitchenAid 7 Qt Bowl Lift Stand Mixer (Certified Refurbished)
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- This KitchenAid Certified Remanufactured Product shows limited or no wear, and includes all original accessories and is covered by a 6 month KitchenAid Limited Warranty from the date of purchase.
- KitchenAid® 7 Qt Bowl Lift Stand Mixer designed to provide professional-style results. Our Most Powerful, Best Performing, Longest Lasting, Quietest, and Largest Capacity. 14 Dozen Cookies. Over 8 lbs of Dough. No Problem.
- Professional Bowl-Lift Design For sturdy bowl support and stability when mixing heavy ingredients or large batches. The lever smoothly raises the mixing bowl into position for efficient beater-to-bowl contact.
- 7 Quart Stainless Steel Bowl Our largest capacity residential KitchenAid® Stand Mixer available—enough to efficiently mix dough for up to 14 dozen cookies in a single batch.
- Largest Capacity Residential Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer Available Largest Capacity Residential Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer Available (Summer 2011)
- 16-Cup Flour Power Capacity
- 10-speed slide control Ranges from a very fast whip to a very slow stir
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KitchenAid Professional 7-Qt. Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer
7-Quart Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer is perfect for heavy, dense mixtures.
Burnished or Coated metal flat beater, PowerKnead Spiral Dough Hook and Wire Whip will help you mix, knead and whip ingredients into culinary masterpieces quickly and easily. And for even more versatility, the power hub fits optional attachments from food grinders to pasta makers and more.
The power hub turns your stand mixer into a culinary center. With more than 15 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.
Professional Bowl-Lift Design
For sturdy bowl support and stability when mixing heavy ingredients or large batches. The lever smoothly raises the mixing bowl into position for efficient beater-to-bowl contact.
7-Qt. Stainless Steel Bowl with Comfortable Handle
Our largest capacity residential KitchenAid Stand Mixer available—enough to efficiently mix dough for up to 14 dozen cookies in a single batch.
KitchenAid 7 Qt Bowl Lift Stand Mixer (Certified Refurbished)
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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?
It is not usable for making italian wet breads (like ciabatta or pugliese) as you can not run it on the speed higher then 2 with a hook attachment. There was a big yellow sticker on the hook warning about the speed limit.
Too bad that my mixer turned out to be faulty and I am stuck with it :(((
Any good advise how to deal with irresponsible manufacturers?
Here is an update (August 1, 2013):
After several calls I learned that credit card record on the purchase was not sufficient proof for Whirlpool. Also they insisted that these mixers only come with 1 year warranty. I had to scan and e-mail 2 year warranty statement on the manual. Also I was lucky to find my receipt!!! (close to a miracle). That bought all the things to a new place. Whirlpool sent me a new machine with a prepaid label to return the faulty one. I am not lifting my rating up because there was a significant defect that could potentially lead to an injury.
Another update (October 16, 2013)
I received my replacement mixer 2 months ago. There was clicking noise from the head again. In a month I noticed first metal shavings sticking out of the place where metal shaft (where you connect attachments) connects to the head of the mixer (between metal and painted parts). I contacted Whirlpool again and they are going to mail me another replacement. Is it a special luck???
If anyone interested I can email the pictures of the shavings and where they come from. Though I am still not sure whether clicking sound and shavings are related.
There was also one minor thing: the hook attachment didn't fit the shaft. So I had to keep the hook from the previous mixer.
Hopefully it is the last update (Dec. 17, 2013)
So... received my replacement a couple weeks ago. There is NO clicking noise... Yupeee!! So far don't see any metal wearing above the beater shaft. Fingers crossed.
Here is my 4-th update (March 28, 2016)
Guys crossing fingers doesn't help :((( it all repeated again: loud clicking followed by metal dust in my dough. I did not bother to contact Whirlpool this time (though when it started it was still under its 2 year warranty).
Also I discovered that this model is not developing gluten as well as Pro does. I tried my neighbor's 10 year old KA Pro and I could not believe my eyes: the dough came out silky smooth. My mixer could not do it even in double kneading time. That was another disappointment. Also This old Pro was much quieter.
I talked to few people from my surroundings and 2 of them are having the same problem except that theirs have broke (one Pro and one Artisan both not older then 3 years).
It was my first and my last KitchenAid stand mixer I have ever bought. Never Ever again.
Thanks for reading!
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Since my initial review, I have used the mixer at least a dozen times. The spot welded feet appear to be holding up.Read more