KitchenAid KSM150PSMC Artisan Series Stand Mixer

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Mixer Type: Stand Mixer


Product Title: KitchenAid KSM150PSMC Artisan Series Stand Mixer

Manufacturer: KitchenAid

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Power Score: 4.5 | 16 Reviews

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Absolutely the best investment

My wife has been begging my for a few yrs to get her the Kitchen Aid stand mixer. I was reluctant to spend that much money on a mixer. I finally got broke down and bought it and gave it to her for Valentines Day. Wow, is really all I can say. WE have used it several times since than and it is amazing...

By Nyk838 on Home Depot - Feb 28, 2012

Came with great attachments and has options for additional attachments

I bought it for my wife for Christmas and she loves it. She used it the next day. She wants to start ordering the extra attachments.

By jjguer53 on Home Depot - Feb 21, 2012

I absolutely love this mixer!

I had a KitchenAid 4 1/2 qt / 250 watt mixer for 16 years. Unfortunately after daily use, I burned out the engine. Since I found purchasing a new one was better for me personally than repairing my old, I choose to buy the 5 qt / 325 watt mixer as a replacement, and for the extra power that I obviously need in my kitchen. This mixer, although it is a little expensive, and on the heavy side (20...
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By Valima on Home Depot - Oct 4, 2011

A solid performer

Strengths: Powerful, steady footprint, consistent mixes.

Weakness: Noisy

This mixer has 10 speeds and comes with various attachments for mixing or beating. If mixes have a moderate amount of moisture, the beating tool works fine. However, for relatively dry mixes such as high flour content or bread mixes, my favorite is the flat attachment which is actually made of ceramic and looks like a flat triangular frame with some lines running through. I usually start off with...
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By tbyeoh - Apr 29, 2008

A money saving tip ....

Strengths: Power and ease

Weakness: A tad heavy, but I don't know how you could get this much power any lighter.

KitchenAid has an Ebay store where they sell refurbished and many new items. I have wanted one of these mixers _forever_, but the price was just to prohibitive. Through the Ebay store I got a brand new mixer in discontinued color (plum) with 1 year warranty (I think the refurbished ones have month warranty) for $175 + $30 shipping. Plus I had a $10 coupon from Ebay and found a $30 rebate, so for...
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By Rhianyn - Mar 20, 2008

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