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Tried the 475 watt KitchenAid and it was loud, with a very high pitched sound, especially on low speed. This 425 watt mixer is not so loud and seems to have the same power as the higher wattage mixer.
After using assorted brands of noisy and sluggish stand mixers in the past, this 5 qt. Pro is unbelievable in performance. Because the mixer is definitely a powerhouse, I found that you do have to adjust the motor speeds,contrary to the manual's recommendations. On some preps (such as beating egg whites) you have to carefully monitor the progress -- even with cream of tartar added to help prevent over-beating. The added grinder/puree accessory package we ordered from you additionally enhances its use. Cleanup is a breeze for mixer and attachments and the mixer's appearance adds much class to our newly-remodeled kitchen. After all, why cover it up when it is used so often? Thanks for a great product and purchase price for this website order.
I have only owned and used hand mixers before I bought this for myself as a Mother's Day gift. I had to get used to not having to hold anything in my hand and the speeds memorized to avoid overmixing my cake batters, but WOW!!! This mixer makes life SO much easier for the frequent baker. It's one of the smartest purchases that I've made. An excellent product!
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 89 ratings
96% of reviewers recommend this product
95% say this is a "good value"
I bought this mixer on sale, with free shipping and a manufacturer's rebate, plus, no sales tax. My main reason for buying it was to knead yeast doughs for bread. The motor is rated at 450 watts which is only enough to knead 6 cups of whole wheat flour (12 cups of all-purpose). That information is buried in the owner's manual and really should be clearly stated in the sales description/specifications on the Website If you hope to do any bread making, DO NOT even think of buying the KitchenAid Artisan model with its puny 325 watt motor! The Artisan might be fine for cakes, frostings and whipped cream, but not kneading bread doughs. I'm pleased with the chrome colored paint and glad it isn't one of the hidious colors offered on other KitchenAids
As with all these types of mixers adding ingredients can be challenging. The unit so far seems fine. I was suprised at the flexing and movement of the bowl when adding bittersweet chips to a cookie mixture. I guess this is normal. I am anious to see how well it does in making bread and pizza dough.
Again, I waited 30 years to spend the money on my dream mixer. After my husband and I decided it was time to start saving money and to cook foods without additives, I started baking our own bread. $1.00 a loaf as opposed to $3.00 a loaf. I love the dough hook. The mixer powers through the kneading process with ease.I no longer have to knead bread by hand, a painful process for me due to arthritis. I made a peach cobbler with vanilla custard sauce.....yummy. Highly recommened the mixer!
For years I had a Professional 6 and couldn't imagine life without it. When I moved back east last year I decided to pare down & simplify. Gave the Pro 6 to a dear friend, immediately regretted it until I started looking for a replacement. it was imperative to me that the bowl lift to the mixer not vice versa. I loved my Pro 6 but I adore my Pro 5 because the bowl is just that little bit smaller, it is easier to make smaller batches of things. I've not yet used the dough hook, so not sure how it stacks up against the traditional 'C'. but the power, versatility and look all make this a MUST have for any well equipped kitchen
This is a great machine. I've been waiting to get one for my wife but never found one for the price I was willing to pay. Actually thought I'd be getting the Artisan but when this deal came up it was a no brainer. This is the real deal machine. Major piece of equipment that can do it all. i can't wait to get some of the attachements.
I thought I was ordering the regular size stand mixer, and was quite surprised by what arrived. But the directions are clear, and I will be able to use it for many more things than my old (non Kitchen Aid) mixer, so I'm looking forward to kitchen miracles!
I'd always used a much smaller, lighter mixer. I thought it was doing the job until I used the KitchenAid. It was like driving a Volkwagen and then stepping into a BMW. Simple tasks like "creaming butter and sugar" worked so much better and more quickly; the mixing and kneading of dough was amazing to watch.
Wow, does this thing rock. It is huge, powerful, noisy and tough. It can handle foughs at least twice as big and twice as stiff as my old kitchenaid. I am just getting used to the non-tilting design and wishing I had an extra bowl and all the attachments I had on my old oe -- oh yea, a new barbie doll to buy stuff for! Anyway, I need a blade with a rubber scraper and an extra bowl, sspill shiled, etc, but it is a great powerful new machine that can do twice as much twice as fast as anything else I have ever used.
I LOVE my new mixer! I've been using a Kitchen Aid portable mixer for all my baking needs. I've always wanted the stand mixer, but couldn't afford what I really wanted, so I waited for a great discount and it came right before Christmas. So I bought my dream mixer for Christmas, from me to me!
I received a Kitchenaid mixer at my wedding shower 20 years ago, and this year it broke down (probably my fault, since I started using a third party beater blade that was probably not good for my machine.) This new mixer is bigger and more powerful. It will take a little getting used to the bowl lift (I had the tilt head before), and the bowl is a little difficult to get into place, but I think with practice and use it will get a lot easier. I will be able to make larger batches of cookies, which will save time, and make my family very happy. Side note: My mothers Kitchenaid mixer, which is over 50 years old, is still working.