Bowl Size: Classic holds 4.5 Quarts while the Artisan holds 5 Quarts. Wattage: Classic has a 250 Watt motor while the Artisan has a 325 Watt motor. Handle: Classic doesn’t have a handle on the bowl, while the Artisan does. Pour Shield: Classic doesn’t come with one while the Artisan does. Colors: Classic is available in 3 colors while the Artisan has 27 colors to choose from. Visit my blog at: cookiescupcakesandcardio.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Google+: plus.google.com Twitter: twitter.com
Question by I know: Kitchenaid stand mixer accessory…?
I have seen a flat mixer attachment for a Kitchenaid stand mixer with a rubber scraper attached to it that it scrapes the bowl while it mixes. I would really like to get one for my mom, but I can’t find one anywhere. And yes, I have already searched on line, so I am looking for more specific suggestions please. Also, I do not believe that it was actually made by Kitchenaid, and the price was around $ 25. Thank you for your help.
Answer by Koko
I think this is it…..second from the bottom???
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- All-metal 10-speed stand mixer with powerful 575-watt motor
- 6-quart stainless-steel mixing bowl; direct-drive transmission
- Electronic speed sensor; auto shut-off; Soft Start minimizes splatter
- Wire whip, burnished flat beater, spiral dough hook, and pouring shield included
- Measurements H: 16.5, W:11.3, D:14.6
The Professional 600 TM has a powerful motor that is crafted for commercial-style performance, the direct drive, all-steel gear transmission delivers unyielding power for professional results. The mixer can effectively mix up to 14 cups of all-purpose flour per recipe and produce up to 8 pounds of mashed potatoes. The Soft Start mixing feature helps minimize ingredient splatter and flour puff with gentle acceleration to selected speed after start-up. Electronic Speed Sensor monitors operation t
Question by : Cuisinart or KitchenAid hand mixer?
Hi, I’m thinking about buying a hand mixer (probably 9 or 7 speed)
Which one is better? pros and cons for each one?
Answer by Sara
KitchenAid. Read some reviews
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Question by iLuvApple: What KitchenAid Stand Mixer should I buy for simple home use?
I am going to buy a Stand Mixer from KitchenAid, but I want to get the one that’s not too expensive, nor a one with less features. The models in the KitchenAid site, look like the same.
I would like to know which model from all those mixers is good for simple home use? I’m planning on using the attachments for cooking/baking. Thank you!
Answer by Lorie
at target they have kiten aid artisans. they dont have the handle on the bowl, but theyr still good. its the one when you lift up the head. its about 179.00 or 199.00 for the more horse power
- 575 watt motor, 10 speed control
- 6-quart polished stainless steel wide-mouth bowl with contoured steel handle
- 67 point planetary mixing action
- Packaged and shipped in recyclable, easy-to-open packaging
- Includes: 6 quart stainless steel bowl with comfort handle, burnished powerknead spiral dough hook, flat beater and wire whip.
KitchenAid Professional 600 series (KP26M1P) stand mixer’s deliver power, versatility and reliable performance to make this the #1 choice for the kitchen.
List Price: $ 499.99
Question by Nurse Happy: Where can I find kitchenaid pro 600 mixer accessories.?
I have the mixer, 1 bowl and bread attachment. That’s all. I need the rest of the original accessories.
Answer by Aunt Dee
You may be able to find something on ebay. If all else fails, go to kitchenaid.com. They usually have lists of replacement accessories.
ebay may be cheaper.
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Powerful yet lightweight, the KitchenAid Architect Series 9-Speed Digital Hand Mixer customizes blending to produce gourmet consistency from fluffy whipped meringues to heavy cookie dough. The handheld mixer Clean Touch control pad lets you increase or decrease mixing speed with fingertip control, including 4 slow stir speeds to 2 high whip speeds. An electronic mixing sensor automatically adjusts speeds to the resistance of the load, blending dense, heavy batters smoothly and efficiently. With
List Price: $ 129.99
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- Fits older generation KitchenAid mixers K45, K5, KSM90, KSM150, and variations of these models
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