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KitchenAid Artisan KSM150BER Stand Mixer Red

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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: 28.1 x 41 x 41 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 12 Kg
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  • Item model number: KSM150BER
  • ASIN: B000094U5H
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Aug 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 237,157 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Manufacturer's Description

Top quality Kitchenaid stand mixer for cake making, dough mixing and whisking finished in red. Included is a 4.8 litre stainless steel mixing bowl and pouring shield, dough hook, beater and a wire whisk along with a 5 year gurantee

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71 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Mr. G. Bridgeman-clarke TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 3 Oct 2009
Seems from the other reviews, all being 5 star or 1 star that you either love this item or hate it. We are in the former band, having bought this machine after our Kenwood Chef (a wedding present 28 years ago) gave up the ghost and burnt out.

Why do I rate this kitchen aid? Well I love the colour - thats not a reason to buy it though is it! Its easy to use and far easier to use the our old Kenwood Chef; it mixes the mixture far quicker then the Kenwood, mixes both small and large quantities with ease. We use it every day and it has replaced our old Bread maker - easier to use to make bread and the bread tastes far better. You can use it to make excellent cheesie mash fast and all in all wish we had bought one years ago!!!!

ps, Buy the grating accessory - ot really is worth the money and after you use it you will never and I mean never want to hand grate cheese again!
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73 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Mr T G Lambert on 11 Nov 2004
This mixer was bought as a birthday present for my wonderful long term Girlfriend.
Well if there had ever been something I did well then it was buying her this. Now I'm not talking about the amount of sheer joy it brought to her when she opened it (despite it being a different colour from the one I ordered) No I'm talking about the machine itself. It is truly a fantastic piece of engineering. Everything about is solid and precise the way it mixes is unique and it is so simple to use. There is definitely a reason as to why all the top chefs on the cookery programs use such a machine. It does the job magnificently. Not only that it looks good to boot.
All in all our (I like to call it that now) Kitchen Aid Artisan Mixer now has pride and place in our kitchen and we wouldn't change it for the world.
A great, and WELL worth the money, piece of kitchen excellence.
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68 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Nigel Smith VINE VOICE on 25 Jan 2005
I didn't know I could get so excited about a food mixer! The Kitchenaid Artisan is as solid as they come, does exactly what it should do very well and it looks ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS in the kitchen!
Okay, so it's a bit pricey. I think in this case though you are paying for a top quality product that will last many years and looks the business. On that basis, I'd say it offers good value-for-money.
Also note that if you send off the guarantee card, they will send you a recipe book.
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109 of 116 people found the following review helpful By "cperry26" on 13 May 2004
I bought the Kitchenaid Food Mixer (Red!) about a month ago. Since then I have used it many times. I have had an interest in baking and cooking for about 25 years and it is the best mixer I have ever experienced using. Although pricey it is definitely well worth the money. Very easy to use and to clean. I have used it for sweet and savoury dishes. Brilliant for making pastry, meringue, cake mixes etc ~ basically everything! The large bowl is great when doubling and trebling amounts. I would recommend it without hesitation.
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99 of 106 people found the following review helpful By Creemcheeze on 29 Mar 2012
I recieved this mixer for Christmas and was thrilled - it looked stylish and initially worked well. It was my first stand mixer and I do alot of cooking and baking for my family. However four days ago, (after three months use) the locking mechanism broke when making dough for bread. I could lift the top completely whilst it was still kneading. I rang Kitchenaid, went through the recipe and method used, they said it was a fault with the machine. I took the machine back and exchanged it for a new one. That evening I again made some dough and the same thing happened again. I couldn't believe it! Again I rang kitchenaid and went through the recipe,(which was a kitchenaid recipe), the amount of flour used was below the capacity advised in the manual, my method was fine, they apologised and said it must be an unfortunate coincidence.
I have since trawled through many reviews and it seems that the problem is with the newer models - apparently the original company that produced kitchenaid was taken over a few years ago by a bigger company and since then there have been quality issues.
After long consideration I have decided to go for a Kenwood Chef which I should have done in the first place instead of being seduced by looks. The Kitchenaid is so expensive in the U.K. compared to Kenwood and with the Kenwood you also get a food processor and blender attachment.
I also went for the Kitchenaid because it is used on many T.V cookery programmes but I can only assume they use the Kitchenaid Professional mixer which is even more expensive.
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58 of 63 people found the following review helpful By Chris Allsopp on 23 Jan 2004
I bought this item as a present for my fiancee. We have seen them aon all of the cookery programs and other TV shows. They look so cool, so classic, so sexy.
It does look good, very good, and we get a lot of comments about it when ever anyone visits. But does design compromise performance.
Not at all. There is a reason why celebrity chefs have the Kitchen aid on the programs, because they work ! Everyone knows "Kenwood chef", as the original, but this is better. Loads of attachemtns means that any mixing job is light work. There is even an attachment to make pasta. If you have tried to make pasta with a manual machine, you will know that it requires either three hands or two people!
This is an excellent item, and you will not be disapointed.
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76 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne on 3 Feb 2009
I received the brushed nickel Artisan mixer 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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