KitchenAid Professional 600 Series KP26M1XGC Stand Mixer: Create an entire menu to share with your friends and family using this bowl-lift stand mixer. With 67-point planetary mixing action and 10-speed controls, you can easily prepare appetizers, entrees and desserts. The electronic speed sensor will keep your speed consistent to ensure a tasty blend of ingredients.
I really like the item it helps me a lot for whatever recipe i want, specially making bread dough I can double the recipe because it’s huge enough. Actually I already had one before therefore I got 2 now because I’m doing some bread dough for I had a lot of customers ordering some of my different kinds of bread.
Cookies, breads, pasta and ground turkey it does it all. I have been wanting one for 10 years and finally found the one that works best for our family of 8. Love the bigger bowl capacity and motor speeds couldn't ask for a better kitchen aid product!!!
I am very pleased with my mixer. Will tell all my friends and family about this great product which I purchased from BestBuy.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
Used machine sold as new
I ordered my Kitchenaid Pro Stand Mixer from a Best Buy Cyber Week sale and waited one week to receive it. It arrived today and when I unpacked it, it was clearly a used machine, complete with butter smeared on the side, chips in the painted paddle attachment, a bunch of scratches on the base, and an oxidized whisk attachment. Clearly, Best Buy didn't check this machine out when it was returned and just reshelved it for my purchase. I'm very disappointed and probably won't buy online from them again. I'll just stick to the products I can see in the store.
I have used this mixer on several projects. I have made muffins and bread mostly. This unit is pretty strong. It moans a little on the french bread dough.
The attachments were nice at first but the blade and dough mixer are starting to pit. Not very good for having this only a couple months.
Would i buy this product again.....yes. I wish the attachments were better material.
Purchasing this KitchenAid mixer was a "dream come true". It is a powerful, versatile, and critical mixer for any committed cook. The attachments work well, especially with the POWER. The only drawback is that the mixer is not "fun" of small batter size. Nevertheless, it is a worthy investment.
I had my old Kitchen Aid mixer for over 40 years. It was still working but it needs an overhaul. The new one is larger and has a larger bowl. The slide switch has a delay to it that I don't like but I might get use to it.
After I ordered it, "The deal of the day" had the same model but different colors for a lot less. Called up to get the discount but the plandemic had just started and I couldn't get help.
Mixes five pounds of flour for bread not for the scared.
I absolutely love my new KitchenAid mixer. I was hesitant because of the price but have always heard great things about them. I am so glad I bought one since I make large batches of baked goods. SO much easier now!
A:AnswerLifts are much sturdier. No joint, heavier motor housing, stronger motor all translate to more power and longer life. The lift is less convenient to use than the tilt, but is much more reliable. I've seen thick mixes cause the joint on a lift to wiggle loose, causing the head to wobble back and forth and fail to get an even mix at the edges - not a problem for a lift.
A:AnswerNo. Different bowl sizes need different attachments to get the coverage touching the edges of the bowl. Small attachments for a large bowl won't mix the edges, large attachments for a small bowl will ram into the sides.
A:AnswerHi Koda631, KitchenAid offers the following bowls for the Professional 600 series Stand Mixer. 6 Qt. Bowl w/ Ergo.Handle,part number-KN2B6PEH,5 Qt. Wide Bowl w/ Flat Handle,part number-KN25WPBH and 3 Qt. Bowl and Combi Whip, part number- KN3CW
Please check with your local Best Buy retailer for product availability.
A:AnswerThe only stores, I know they match so far, are (Walmart and Target) every time I call. They say (Walmart and Target) but you can call, your Local Store and ask also. I've always dealt with them by phone. And they place my Order for me.