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KitchenAid Artisan Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer 6.9L Medallion Silver
This Artisan Bowl-Lift mixer is a larger and more powerful version of the standard Artisan KitchenAid mixer that has become the hub of many of our kitchens - it's fantastic at mixing, beating and whisking.
The large capacity allows you to process up to 3.8kg of bread dough, 4.5kg of cake mixture or whip 19 egg whites! A wide range of attachments are also available making this a truly versatile machine.
You will receive a FREE COOKBOOK, worth £25 when you send in your completed guarantee card. FREE delivery for this item to UK mainland.
Please note this item is only available online, by mail order, or by special order in store.
Product Type: Food mixers
Guarantee: 5 years parts and labour
Made in: U.S.A
Metric capacity: 6.9L
Imperial capacity: 12.1pt
Motor Power: 1.3 horsepower
- Unique professional design, with large capacity.
- Large 6.9L bowl allows you to mix up to 3.8kg of bread dough, whip up to 1.9L of cream or produce up to 168 cookies!
- Full metal construction offers durability and stability.
- Powerful 1.3 horsepower motor.
- Professional lift design to prevent the bowl getting stuck to the base while processing large quantities.
- Planetary mixing action ensures faster and thorough mixing.
- Direct drive engine is a quieter, reliable machine.
- 10 speed motor gives excellent control - from gently folding to high speed beating.
- Wide range of separate attachments available that will complete a huge number of tasks in the kitchen without the need for another type of machine.
- Supplied with pouring shield, heavy duty stainless steel dough hook, flat beater and planetary action wire whip.
- Available in a range of colours to suit your kitchen.
Use & Care
- The bowl, white flat beater and white dough hook are dishwasher safe.
- The wire whisk and pouring shield should be washed by hand.
- Do not store beaters on the shaft.
- Wipe the machine with a soft, damp cloth – do not use household cleaners.
- Do not immerse the machine in water.
- Wipe off the beater shaft from time to time to prevent any build up of dirt.
- Read the instructions supplied with the machine before using.
KitchenAid, an American company, was established in 1919 when the first electric mixer was developed. The company now offers a comprehensive range of premium electrical appliances for the kitchen. Choose the products that suit your lifestyle and the colour to suit your kitchen.
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A great work horse
By Maureen - 1 June 2013
I bought this mixer as I make a lot of bread and wanted somthing a little 'beefier' than my 25 year old Kenwood Chef (which had served my needs well). I was also intrigued by the spiral dough hook, which I know some professional mixers have.
This KitchenAid certainly does what it says. It is a substantial piece of equipment. It easily copes with 4kg of bread dough (the maximum I have tried) however the bowl is quite full with this quantity and as the dough hook works the dough, the dough has a tendency to rise up the hook onto the fixing plate. The details suggest it would take 6.8Kg dough. I would be relutant to try this based on my experience above. Working with 2kg dough is a trifle for it.
Mixing meringue is a doddle. I have never experienced such volume in the time it does it. My sponges are a dream now also!
I have three complaints about it - which may be user error but despite best efforts, I am not mastering them. The first is that when you crank up the head from the bowl, it is difficult to manoeuvre the bowl off the stand with the attachment in place. It takes a bit of fiddling to do it. The second, is that it is tricky to set the bowl on the stand. There is a knack to it that took me a while to master. It still is a little fiddly. The third is the space to pour in or add ingredients as you go along. The space is tight. The shield attachment helps but you still have to do it carefully.
Bear in mind this is a big piece of kit and heavy to move around. I suggest you need a fixed place in your kitchen to set it up and leave it there.
I have been trying to get a cover for it with no success. The handle that cranks up the bowl protrudes which makes the standard covers available too small (and too short). I have resorted to making my own.
Would I recommend it? Absolutely if you are baking bulk quantities and want to ease the effort - but bear in mind the negatives above. Its solidness gives the impression that it will be around for a long time in my kitchen.