KitchenAid Attractive Artisan with Glass Bowl
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The KitchenAid Artisan Design Series Stand Mixer adds radiance to any kitchen with a premium metallic finish and elegant 5-Quart glass mixing bowl. With 10 speeds, easily make your favorite recipes. Make your culinary efforts even more brilliant with a countertop appliance that mixes, kneads and whips ingredients together with ease. For even more versatility, the power hub fits optional attachments from food grinders to pasta makers and more.
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Last updated on March 23, 2023 11:01 pm
So far, I only have three gripes about this mixer. First is that if you are looking to buy this on Amazon, you will see as you scroll down a “frequently bought together” list that includes the KFE5T flex-edge beater and the KN1PS pouring shield that fits over the bowl. The KN1PS pouring shield does not fit the glass 5-qt. mixing bowl. It will be a waste of $20 if you buy it (unless like me you know someone with another model that it does fit).Second, navigating the KitchenAid world of accessories and attachments is a graduate level research project, with no guarantees that you will get what fits your mixer. If you have ever bought car stereo stuff from Crutchfield, you know how easy it is to put a given car type into their system and they will tell you what fits. KitchenAid should benchmark their system.Lastly, the whisk, mixing paddle, and dough hook provided are hand-wash only. If you want something dishwasher safe, you have to buy it separately. And as stated above, good luck in finding what fits your mixer. If you follow the instructions that only say the whisk should be hand-washed and put the paddle and/or dough hook in the dishwasher, the resulting black coating (that comes off on your hands/food) will take some doing to clean off.
Making bread the first time. The bowl was locked on and the arm locked down. Kneading the dough on medium speed and the arm lifted up and the bowl went flying onto the floor and broke. Not the same quality of Kitchenaid from when I was young. Do not buy a glass bowl!
Keith Craft –
So I returned the first one purchased because it did not have a spring to hold the beaters in place as shown in every flippin picture taken of this thing. When the new one arrived it was the same. After reading a couple of reviews, Kitchenaid feels it is perfectly safe to have whatever dough or batter you are mixing holding it your beater attachments. They have discontinued the spring. How frickin ignorant can they be? How much are they really saving here? The attachments flopped around in there sloppily and for the price I paid I was less than pleased. So I guess Kitchenaid has gone Chinese like the rest of the world and makes cheap crap now too. The good news is for a couple of bucks I went to Ace and purchased a spring that was 1/2″ i.d. and cut it to size and simply twisted it on. It works like a charm. Now that I can safely use it, I’ll report back on how it functions otherwise. Till then…