The ultimate cooking tool. Much more than a mixer, the Artisan mixer from KitchenAid is a must-have cooking tool, allowing you to indulge your creativity in the kitchen. Presented in a vibrant shade of Electric blue, the food mixer boasts a smooth, rounded design for added ease of cleaning.
This 'Blue' food mixer from KitchenAid boasts a direct drive motor which is silent, reliable and long lasting whilst the full metal construction is durable, stable and robust. Arrives with a 4.8L polished bowl with an ergonomical handle and standard pouring shield.
Model number: 5KSM150BEB
R.P.M Speed 1-10: 58 - 220
Max dough capacity: 1kg of all purpose flour, or 800g of whole wheat flour
Standard accessories: dough hook, beater, wire whisk, pouring shield and 4.83L polished bowl with ergonomic handle
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Lockhart84 Excellent
An excellent mixer, well built, used several times already. Easy to clean and easy to use.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Bkelly An investment you won't regret
After many years of drooling over these machines I finally bought one. The price was definitely expensive but there was 10% off. Have it nearly a fortnight now. Have used it almost everyday. No comparison to any other stand mixer I have ever used. It will be with me forever now, an investment that will pay out again and again
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