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KitchenAid Artisan KSM150BAC Stand Mixer, Cream


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  • 300 watt motor
  • 5 quart bowl with ergonomic hand pouring shield
  • Tilt back mixer head design
  • Smooth rounded design
  • Direct drive motor
  • Single attachment hub
  • Full metal construction
  • Bowl with ergonomic handle
  • Large capacity bowl
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 28 x 41 x 41 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 12 Kg
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  • Item model number: KSM150BAC
  • ASIN: B000094U5K
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Mar 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,181 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Classic good looks and high-quality craftsmanship make this the ultimate in food mixers and its robust all-metal construction, powerful 10 speed motor and tilt-up head design make mixing large batches easy. It also features a unique mixing action that ensures faster and more thorough blending. All metal construction cream finish. Standard accessories dough hook, beater, wire whisk. 300 Watts. 10 Speeds. 4.8 litre stainless steel bowl. Pouring shield. Manufacturers instructions included. Accessories dishwasher safe. Wipe mixer with a damp cloth. 35x22x39 cm

Manufacturer's Description

Artisan Series model has a 300-watt motor, 5 quart bowl with ergonomic handle, two-piece pouring shield and a tilt-back mixer head design that provides easy access to bowl and beaters.

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114 of 116 people found the following review helpful By B. Seed on 4 July 2008
If you can afford one of these wonderfully stylish workhorses, then buy one - you can't go wrong with it. If you can't, then don't buy a Kenwood, but save up for this one - you won't regret it. It's far quieter than a Kenwood, incidentally which, if you use it quite a bit, is actually moree of an issue than you might think. I never really saw the point of having a food mixer until I regularly needed to mix large quantities of royal icing, and thought that that would be all I'd use it for. Now it gets used most days - cakes, meringues, pastry (divine!), fishcakes, beefburger mix, bread etc etc - there is no end to its talents. It's also a doddle to clean, by the way. It is heavy, however, so make sure you ca keep it in the place you'll be wanting to use it. It's not a machine you can pop into a cupboard everytime you stop mixing. And do remember the tip about not sending for the recipe book, as they send you one, in a language of your choice, when you return the guarantee form.
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116 of 121 people found the following review helpful By A. M. Barnes-hunt on 14 Mar 2007
I had a happy year with my Kitchenaid mixer but then did not ensure the bowl was firm in the stand and the beater jammed against the bowl - disaster!!! After MUCH trying I found that the problem is a flimsy plastic gear cog deep inside the works. Kitchenaid UK & Europe have had so many of these go that there is a problem sourcing the part. They do honour the guarantee but with no indication of how long it will take to get the part. A great product spoilt by a miserable bit of plastic.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Michelle BW on 10 Jun 2008
Like so many kitchen gadgets and icons the Kitchen Aid artisan was not about to sit on my counter top and collect dust like so many purchased have done. I use this as much as I can.

The accessory set is a must for mincing, grating & slicing. My girls love to use it too (10 & 13). I've never had so much help in the kitchen! I have to hold them back grating as it does it at breakneck speed and I look around and end up with 2 lbs of grated cheese.

I've made fantastic bread, meringues', birthday cakes and pretty much everything I've tried on it comes out perfectly. It comes with a great instruction book and make sure you follow the sponge cake quantities or you may end up with a curdled mixture - but that happens when you use any whisking device.

Be sure to register your guarantee as they send you a wonderful hardback Kitchen Aid cook book. The Birthday cake recipe is to die for!

I would recommend this product only to someone who does a lot of cooking/baking. If you don't use it at least every week then it's a frightful waste of money. But if you are the sort of person that just likes to have "chic" things on their countertops - you know who you are, yes you - the person who has bottles of fancy olive oil out on the side because they look good! Then if you have the money - go for it, because it really is beautiful.

It's one of my 5 favourite kitchen items of all time along with my Dualit toaster, Magimix kettle, Oxo measuring jug, Jamie Oliver charger plate (v. useful).... oh okay 6 items - my Nigella Salt pig , because it's so darn cute!
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne on 3 Feb 2009
I received the brushed nickel version of this for my Christmas in 2007. I had wanted one for a long time! After a couple of weeks the pin holding the motor head to the base fell out while I was using it, damaging the bowl and beater. I was sent a replacement from Amazon. A few months later while using the mixer to knead dough I noticed the mixer head was unlocking and being pushed up by the dough. I phoned KitchenAid and they asked me to package it up and send it to them to be repaired. I got it back repaired a couple of weeks later. This same thing has happened again and it is due to be delivered back today. I have only used the machine about 7 or 8 times for kneading dough and have always been very careful to follow instructions on amounts et.c. I am amazed that something that looks and feels so sturdy (it weighs a ton) is so obviously not. I don't find that it performs particularly well in whipping egg whites or making cakes (there is always a layer next to the bowl that is unmixed and yes I have tried adjusting the beater to bowl clearance). I now if I want a good result get my handheld kenwood out (£15). I do however find the KitchenAid fine for whipping cream and mashing potato. I think these mixers look fantastic but really aren't very good.
If you do get one keep the packaging so can easily send it for repair!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 26 Jan 2012
This is a strong workhorse, and great for those recipes that mean longer mixing times (I've only used it as a mixer to date). You can leave it doing it's thing whilst prepping the next bit, and the results are very good - nice and fluffy sponges and well mixed/kneaded bread etc
It's a really lovely, heavy, robust piece of engineering that is perfect if you do a lot of baking. The build quality makes you feel like you have value for money.

I've got couple of gripes with it though:
1) Adding ingredients as the machine is working is awkward whether through the splash cover, or direct to the bowl. It is also awkward when the head is lifted as the blade is never in the right position to allow easy access.
2) The splash cover has far too many gaps, and moves around, so provides little protection (icing sugar beware!)
3) The bowl needs scraping down regularly, which is awkward to do if you just lift up the mechanism head, so you'll end up removing the bowl, and then you get drips down on the base, and it all starts to get messy
4) Cleaning the spindle where the whisk/mixer blade attaches is fiddly
5) It's a little bit noisy (don't think you can get away with a knocking up a quick batch of something without waking someone sleeping in the room above)
6) You'll probably still want to keep your hand mixer to do the smaller jobs as this is really better with larger volumes

I haven't used any other stand mixer, so cannot comment on how this compares. The KitchenAid is lovely, and I am glad I own one, however if you have any concerns about the areas I highlighted above, given the cost of this appliance, I would seriously suggest that you go to one of the larger department stores, or decent kitchen suppliers and having a thorough fiddle/play, and ask for demos if possible.
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