KitchenAid KSM180RPMB 100 Year Stand Mixer, 5 Qt, Misty Blue

April 27, 2019 - Comment

Celebrate with KitchenAid and so many others who have come before you with the heritage-inspired Limited Edition 5-Quart Heritage Artisan Mixer. Covered with 100 years of excellence, the misty blue artisan mixer beckons to a time of beginnings when KitchenAid first revealed a mixer designed simply but elegantly in misty blue – actually, one of

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Celebrate with KitchenAid and so many others who have come before you with the heritage-inspired Limited Edition 5-Quart Heritage Artisan Mixer. Covered with 100 years of excellence, the misty blue artisan mixer beckons to a time of beginnings when KitchenAid first revealed a mixer designed simply but elegantly in misty blue – actually, one of the first ever colors to come to be. Just in front, the mixer is adorned with true heritage found in the stylishly bold logo and the custom power hub cover that both represent and salute what KitchenAid is all about. Below the logo is a stainless steel bowl finished in a creamy white, adding to the old-fashioned appeal that is the artisan mixer. The stand mixer’s tilt-head design only makes mixing an even easier process by allowing you to adjust as needed to smoothly add ingredients; along with this, the locking feature keeps the beater as close to the bowl as possible for thorough, more efficient results.

Product Features

  • Limited edition stand mixer
  • Tilt-head design – easily add ingredients
  • Stainless steel bowl – creamy white
  • 10 available speeds; Enough capacity to mix up to 9 dozen cookies. Dishwasher-safe.
  • Power: 325 W | 120 V

Comments

Anonymous says:

Rust on the stainless bold surface and metal craks Length:: 0:20 Mins Excellent product, but lamentable quality bowl (said Polished Stainless Steel with Comfortable Handle), and whip accessory. After 3 weeks the bowl turned up with spots of rust (see one spot on the photo) and the whip turned up into black powder after washing.I just need to replace these 2 accessories but not really planned in Amazon : you need to return the complete shipment which is a burden due of the weight of the box !6 month…

Anonymous says:

Kitchenaid fan disappointed while deployed overseas. I bought this mixer a couple of months ago and ever since I got it out gave me mechanical problems. At first the screws under the top portion fell. Once a screw fell into my dough mix. I tightened them all and the problem went away. But later, a pin at the hinge kept slipping out. This was no big deal once I was aware of it since I could just push it back in by hand. I could deal with the problems up to that point. I was so proud of my mixer and defended the brand of of price for my…

Anonymous says:

Two attempts, both came damaged I’m not sure if KitchenAid’s quality has gone downhill over the years, but just purchased this twice, with both units arriving with defects and having to be returned. The first came with a very visible gauge in the head (shipping box was fine); the second came with a wobbly, unstable head. KitchenAid’s instructions online to troubleshoot the unstable head seem to apply to an earlier or later version of the mixer – they refer to a flat screw in the shaft to tighten, but this model does not…

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