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Best KitchenAid Mixer

Updated on February 12, 2014

Looking for a top notch mixer?

KitchenAid Mixers are known for their long lifespans, use of new technology and classic yet trendy designs. When looking for the Best KitchenAid Mixer there are a few to choose from. No matter what KitchenAid Mixer you get you are sure to get a great machine but to find one that meets your kitchen needs its important to look more closely.

When finding the best mixer for you its best to look at what type of counter space you have, your budget and what type of things you want to do with your mixer. The company makes both standing and handheld mixers. The standing mixer is great if you cook a lot, have a little more of a spending budget and have extra counter space in your kitchen. One other great thing about the standing mixer is that you can buy attachments for it to make other things in the kitchen easier without buying other pieces of machinery, like making pasta or making fresh juice at home.

KitchenAid hand held mixers are great if your not wanting to spend a lot, you just bake every now and then or you have a very small kitchen with little storage space. However, many cooks recommend that having a hand held is essential for simple mixing tasks regardless if you have a standing mixer or not.

Standing 5 Quart Mixer with 325 Watts of Power

When looking for the Best KitchenAid Mixer, you absolutely must take a look at the KitchenAids Artisan Stand Mixer. Forget the plastic this mixer is made mostly of metal designed to last a lifetime not just for a few years.

With a 325 watts of mixing power combined with durable beaters and solid construction you can not go wrong.This KitchenAid model comes with a flat beater, a wire whip and a mixing hook so you are sure to have the right equipment no matter what you mix up. They are made of durable material, easy to wash and can be attached/detached with ease.

To prevent spatters and leave you with a easy clean up the bowl has a no slip base for the bowl and comes with a protective shield to prevent splatters.

KitchenAid KSM150PSER Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer with Pouring Shield, 5-Quart, Empire Red
KitchenAid KSM150PSER Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer with Pouring Shield, 5-Quart, Empire Red

* 325-watt mixer with 10 speeds

* 5-quart stainless steel bowl

* Tilt-back head for easy use

* 2-piece pouring shield to add ingredients while mixing

* Includes flat beater, dough hook, and wire whip

* Measures 14 by 8-2/3 inches by 14 inches;

* 1-year warranty

 

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The Hand Mixer

The KitchenAid Architect Hand mixer has the power of a professional mixer and is lightweight making it easy to cook with at home. With simple fingertip controls, that let you change between the 9 speeds with ease this mixer is defiantly a keeper.

The Hand held mixer has a soft grip with ergonomic finger groove to keep your arm from getting sore when in use and lets you move around more freely.

KitchenAid KHM920A 9-Speed Hand Mixer candy apple red - With (Free Dough hooks, whisk, milk shake liquid blender rod attachment and accessory bag) Candy Apple Red
KitchenAid KHM920A 9-Speed Hand Mixer candy apple red - With (Free Dough hooks, whisk, milk shake liquid blender rod attachment and accessory bag) Candy Apple Red

* Includes hand mixer, turbo beater accessories, liquid blender rod, dough hooks, whisk, and accessory bag

* Locking swivel cord for easy right- or left-handed use

* Beautiful candy apple red.

* Swivel cord.

* 9 Speeds

* No-tip heel rest with non clogging air vents.

* Digital controls.

 

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      bossypants 

      5 years ago

      *sigh* Who doesn't want a KitchenAid mixer? Reading this page makes me long for one even more.

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      AlleyCatLane 

      5 years ago

      Still on my wish list too.

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      marsha32 

      6 years ago

      I've always wanted one...still on my wish list.

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