- POWERFUL MOTOR & VARIABLE SPEED CONTROL: Equipped with 660W high-performance pure copper motor and sturdy ABS housing. The 6-optimized speeds with pulse function, access to multipurpose, and a variety of recipes. A powerful motor with lower operation noise 76dB.
- 6.5QT LARGE CAPACITY BOWL WITH HANDLES: The 6.5qt stainless steel bowl will meet all your kitchen needs. The stand mixer is easy to use for making cakes, bread, cookies, pastries, muffins, and waffles. The dual handles are more convenient to hold.
- TILT-HEAD & OUTSIDE DESIGN: The tilt-head design mixer allows access to install or uninstall the bowl and accessories easily. The mixer has a stainless steel decoration belt and a blue LED light as a power indicator.
- MULTIPLE ATTACHMENT SET: This set comes with 3-mixing accessories: a whisk, dough hook, and a mixing beater. The splash guard with access hatch helps add ingredients without making a mess.
Awesome power for price
Use to have a heavy, bulky kitchen aid. Not sure why, being that I’m no where near being a professional cook. My mother and father enjoy it now!Unlike the kitchen aid, this mixer has a plastic body. Some may not like that, but for me it makes since. A-brings the price down to something affordable for most people.B- Brings the weight down. My Kitchen Aid weighed a ton. I hated moving it, I hated cleaning it.C- I’m not a manic when it comes to my electronics. I’m pretty careful. Not that this machine doesn’t feel quite sturdy. It does. I’m just saying, I take care of my belongings.Also it’s important to note that this mixture is a whole lot quieter than the Kitchen Aid. A Lot!First day out of the box, I whipped together a vegan, carrot cake. Engine didn’t struggle or make any kind of noise really. Machine seems to have enough power for my needs.I say it’s a solid buy if you’re looking for a stand minute, with great attachments. That won’t break the bank. Try this one out. So far so good. If anything goes wrong I’ll be back to update this review.
I've needed a stand blender for years to make bread, mostly. Up until this purchase I'd used a bread machine to knead the dough, but removed the dough ball immediately afterwards. I looked at the name brand mixers. The people I knew who owned them, reported they were robust with the availability for a multitude of attachments.So far I've made a half dozen loaves of bread, an apple crisp, and whipped cream. It did the job. No complaints there. On one occasion the dough climbed the dough hook and got into a couple of grooves. I got them clean easy enough, but keep an eye on it. It happens when making a large amount of dough, enough for two, two pound loaves. The entire blender flexes when making a large quantity of stiff dough, but works just fine. The blender is light in weight when compared to the name brands. I can't report on the durability - yet.
It is gorgeous on my counter. I needed a stronger one than I had. This is 660W and my old one is only 300. I am determined to master breadmaking!! Also it fits under the cupboards well.
Made my first pound cake from scratch! Bought this to add to my arsenal of kitchen appliances. Wanted a KitchenAid but couldn’t afford it. This is an excellent appliance—works perfectly. Came with accessories that I needed—excellent value—you will not be disappointed with this appliance. Plan to purchase another as a gift.