Kitchenaid Artisan KSM150PS Reviews
Product Type: Kitchenaid mixers
Description:Brand: Kitchenaid / Mixer Type: Stand / Speed Settings: 10 Speeds / Power Output: 325 Watts / Bowl Size: 4.7 liter / Warranty: 1 Year / Height: 35 cm / Width: 22.1 cm / Depth: 35.8 cm / Artisan stand mixers (KSM150PS) bring a powerful 325-watt motor, a ... more
Kitchenaid Artisan KSM150PS ... generous 5-quart mixing bowl, and the popular KitchenAid tilt-back head to the well-equipped kitchen / The Artisan mixes cookie doughs and cake batters, mashes potatoes, beats egg whites, whips cream, kneads two loaves of bread dough, and can accommodate the full range of KitchenAid attachments / Short name: Kitchenaid KSM150PS
Newest Review: ... with a pouring hole. The splash guard is brilliant as stops flour going everywhere! The mixer has an easy to use speed ... more
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Customer Kitchenaid Artisan KSM150PS Reviews (10)
by - written on 09/01/12 (Very useful, 86 readings)
How have I coveted a Kitchenaid Artisan Mixer? It is truly the Jimmy Choo of kitchenware. Every time I passed a shop selling these for over three years I would just stop and admire them. It is true that these mixers are simply beautiful pieces, if you were to make a choice on asthetics there isn't any other brand that can touch it. They come in a whole range of colours. I do like some of the newer ones like Boysenberry (Deep purple) and Cobalt Blue. There is a colour for everybody! This christmas has been all about our little girl having a wonderful time. On christmas day, after all everybody else's presents were open I had the biggest and most amazing shock ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/11, updated on 26/04/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I should start by saying that I run a cupcake business from home. When I started, I was using an electric whisk! My first big purchase was the Kitchenaid and by big, I mean the price. Priced around the £400 mark, I would suggest that you only buy one if you need one. They look stunning as a piece of kit on the worktop but if its going to sit there looking fab and gathering dust, then there's no point. As beautiful as it looks, however, it works like a dream! Honestly, the best money I've ever spent - but that's beacuse I use it for bulk cake-making on a daily basis. The Artisan range comes in a vast array of colours, with limited edition colours ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/04/13 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Incredibly lucky girl that I am, my husband bought me one of these stand mixers for Christmas. I used to watch baking programmes and sigh wistfully at the television. If I had a KitchenAid mixer I could make the most wonderful cakes, I would think to myself. Well, hubby must have read my thoughts because on Christmas Day I found a large and incredibly heavy parcel under the tree. As it was a gift I don't know exactly how much it was but I know they retail at around £450. This may sound expensive, and it is, but these things are made to last for years. They are beautifully crafted in Michigan, USA, in fact I think mine looks like a piece of art standing majestically on my Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/12 (Useful, 26 readings)
at nearly £400 this isn't cheap(there is one on amazon listed at £9999.00 but you do get free postsge?) but as soon as you get it out of the box you can tell it is a quality item that is built to last It comes with a stainless steel bowl, balloon whisk for whipping cream, a flat beater for beating eggs, mixing cakes etc, a dough hook and plastic splash guard. It has ten speeds from very slow to very fast, you need to keep an eye on your cream if using the whisk on the faster settings as I have turned my cream into butter a few times. It mixes cakes well and there is ample room to add ingredients without stopping the machine and lifting the blade out of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/11 (Useful, 30 readings)
My KitchenAid mixer was a Christmas present from my husband last year, a fact which has caused a few funny/pitying looks - but for people who like cooking it must be one of the ultimate gadgets. I was highly delighted and still am! The KitchenAid mixer is a near-perfect combination of quality engineering and great design. It has a good, powerful motor with 10 speed settings, allowing everything from a fairly gentle mixing to rapid beating of ingredients. Mine came with a roomy stainless steel bowl (though a little tight for a double quantity of bread dough!) and I was able to send off for a free glass pouring bowl for use with the mixer as well. It has 3 ... Read the complete review
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