KitchenAid 5-Speed Hand Mixer: A double batch is no match for this powerful hand mixer. Not only can the lightweight, powerful motor handle heavy batters, the turbo beaters don't have center posts, so you experience minimal batter build-up. The comfortable handle and lockable swivel cord keep you going strong until dessert is in the oven.
Lightweight hand mixer and 2 turbo beaters
Put the control in your hands when whipping up your favorite sweet recipes.
Powers through heavy batters
Lightweight motor and 5 selectable speeds help you power through even dense ingredients.
6.5' cord stays out of the way while you're mixing
Swivel cord features a locking function so it stays put.
Avoid batter build-up
Beaters are designed without center posts, so ingredients tend to stay in the bowls, rather than all over the beaters.
Beater ejector button easily releases the beaters, so you can toss them in the dishwasher.
This is my second purchase of a KitchenAid hand mixer. I have had one for about 15 years and it has served me well but thought it was time to get a new one just incase. Thanks to Best Buy's great reward program I was able to get it with reward points I have earned with other purchases!!!
I bought this during the quarantine and have used it a whole lot. I’m baking now because this makes it so much easier to to do so. It’s powerful, easy to use and clean. The quality seem to be very good and it looks very nice. I got the white one. The only thing is I bought it for about $60 and about 2 weeks later is was on sale for $15 less. I tried to get price match and couldn’t get through to anybody, now the sale is over.
We have one of the big Kitchen Aid mixers which has lasted more than 20 years. For a small job, we needed something that was quick and easy to use. The hand mixer does just that. Picked it up at contactless delivery, brought it home, washed it thoroughly, and used it to mash potatoes. Hey, it is a mixer, not a solution for world peace or political zaniness. It does its job, and does it well. My wife loved the mashed potatoes, and I am happy since she is happy.
I am replacing an old hand mixer that could not handle a thick batter filled with trail mix for cookies. We first used this on something light for a banana pudding recipe that required whisking heavy whipping cream. It did the job and provided ample speeds. I love the low speed and the fact that it didn’t splatter everywhere when starting. Even at higher speeds it did not splatter everywhere.
This product works great. If you’re looking for something that has the fastest speed then this might not be a good choice for you but I’m patient and it works for me. I want to thank Bestbuy staff for being so polite and considerate during this pandemic.
A:AnswerI have a KitchenAid hand mixer that does not throw flour when I use it on a low speed. I have even used it on a medium setting and it did not throw flour everywhere. You will love it if you buy one. The beaters are thin and that makes a difference
A:AnswerHi Irena All KitchenAid countertop appliances that are purchased in the U.S. and Canada are manufactured to operate on 120 volts, 60 hertz. KitchenAid countertop appliances that are designed for use in European countries and most other countries outside the U.S. are designed to operate at 220 volts, 50 hertz.
A:AnswerHi Expatbaker100, The 120 volt (U.S.) appliances are not compatible with 220/240 volt requirements of other countries (as well as vice versa).
What many consumers are not aware of is the potential danger that differences in cycles/second can create. Where in the United States electricity is delivered at 60 Hertz (Hz), most other countries deliver the electricity at 50 Hz. Running 60 Hz appliances in a 50 Hz environment forces the motor in your appliance to run at a slower speed, and can potentially cause immediate motor or operational failure. Not only is this failure not covered by any manufacturer's warranty, but has been known to result in electrical shortages and/or fires.
Additionally, KitchenAid does not recommend the use of a transformer for any KitchenAid countertop appliance. Doing so could cause damage to your appliance or the home electrical system, as noted above.