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Assistent Assistant Food Mixer, 800 Watt, Pearl Pink

by Assistent
5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

RRP: £695.95
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  • 7 litre stainless-steel bowl
  • Dough knife
  • Rise Cover
  • Dough hook & Spatula
  • 800 W Motor, Strong and robust
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 40 x 26.8 x 36 cm ; 9 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 12 Kg
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  • Item model number: Ass6120PP
  • ASIN: B004YTQK3Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 13 Nov 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 531,067 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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The ultra sleek design of the Assistent mixer sets it out from the rest and even with the 1940's look this mixer out performs the competition in every way. An award winning powerfull 800 watt motor with overload protection and smooth speed changes make this the perfect choice for everyone from a novice cook to a professional chef. The mixer has such a build quality that it comes with a five-year guarantee, has stepless speed control, a timer, and a unique gearing located underneath the bowl which makes the machine extra strong and robust for even the most demanding kitchen use. The Assistent Original can knead up to five kilos of dough at a time. Older accessories work on new machines, and vice versa.

Box Contains

1 x Assistent 6120PP Food MixerDouble wire whisk
1 x dough hook
1 x dough knife
1 x dough roller
1 x spatula

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A serious machine 24 Nov 2013
Colour Name:Red
This review is exclusively about the use of the machine for kneading bread dough with the dough hook. The Ankarsrum can do several other things; it comes with a dough roller (for lower-gluten, softer doughs) and a whisks mechanism for batters etc., plus there are several optional accessories such as a blender and a mincer/grinder, but I am basically interested in using it for regular bread.

Unlike previous machines I've used for bread making, this seems able to deliver its power in a more supple/resilient way -- no flexing or straining as used to happen with my Kenwood Chef Major before it burned out, and no horrible noise and heat from an over-geared motor as happens with the Cuisinart I've been using more recently (finally I can listen to the radio uninterrupted while making bread). Plus, the Ankarsrum can knead MUCH more dough at one time than its competitors, so it's ideal if you like to make large batches of dough for freezing. I also considered a Kitchen Aid, but after a lot of review-reading on baking forums, decided that for the specific purpose of dough-kneading, it would not match up to the Ankarsrum.

The Ankarsrum's suitability for dough-kneading comes, in my view, from three features that set it apart. Firstly, it's fitted with a belt drive which seems to be more efficient and certainly quieter than the gears used in a typical stand mixer. Secondly, the "rotating bowl" design means that the belt drive delivers power right to where it's needed -- at the bowl's rotational axis -- so there's no flexing or shifting as can happen when machine-kneading strong doughs. Finally, the 800W motor is beefy enough to do the job; the motors on some of the competing machines, even big-name ones with a reputation for quality, are surprisingly wimpy.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant for Bread dough 9 Dec 2013
Colour Name:Red
I totally agree with the other review (lady from Wales), all i'm going to say is if you like to bake your own bread you need one of these machines.. i have been using mine for about 9 months weekly as i do NOT buy store bought bread anymore, i have just made 4 x 780gm wholemeal loafs in one batch.. forget the Kenwood mixers ( i sold my Kenwood chef to buy this) and the Kitchen Aids, you will eventually burn them out, my Kenwood went back 2 times in 10 months for repair, the Assistant mixer is built like a tank, so go on treat yourself you will not regret this purchase.
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