KitchenAid - KSM150PSWH Artisan Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer - White

KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Quart KSM150PSWH Tilt-Head Stand Mixer: Make your favorite appetizers, cakes, cookies and other baked goods with this versatile tilt-head stand mixer. The comfortable handle and 10 speed options help you flawlessly blend even the thickest batters. Easily match your kitchen décor by choosing from a wide variety of colors.

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Overview

What's Included


  • 1-piece pouring shield
  • 5-quart stainless-steel bowl
  • Artisan Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer
  • Coated flat beater, coated dough hook, 6-wire whip
  • Owner's manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1243 out of 1252)

Features


Tilt-head provides easy access to mixing bowl

Add ingredients even as it beats and mixes. Bowl locks into place, creating a stable mixing environment where beaters spin close to the sides, so you rarely need to scrape.

10-speed control offers a variety of mixing options

From a slow stir to a very fast whip, this mixer has a speed to suit multiple culinary needs. An electronic sensor maintains each speed for optimum results.

Combine ingredients with planetary mixing action

Revolving motion ensures that the blades touch the bowl at 59 points for thorough results.

325-watt motor

Effortlessly tackles even thick brownie batter and bread dough.

Pouring shield keeps batter in the bowl until you're ready to pour it out

The wide chute lets you add ingredients to the bowl safely and quickly, then transfer the contents with minimal mess.

5-quart mixing bowl accommodates large batches

Dishwasher-safe, stainless-steel bowl with comfortable handle is ample enough to mix dough for 9 dozen cookies, 4 loaves of bread or 7 pounds of mashed potatoes in a single batch.

3 beater attachments included for a variety of tasks

Dishwasher-safe, nylon-coated flat beater and dough hook for blending thick batters and kneading stiff bread dough. 6-wire whip injects air into eggs and cream for fluffy mousses and more.

Power hub fits optional attachments (not included)

Diversify your cooking and baking skills by adding attachments like a pasta maker, citrus juicer, ice cream maker and more. (Each sold separately.)


Overall customer rating

4.9
100%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Yes, great product, but...

    Posted
    Anonymous

    I am from Italy, and I am working for a while in the US, so, I always wanted one of these mixers (Euro/Dollar change rate helped me a lot :) ) then it's the first thing I wanted in my kitchen. Best Buy had one of the best prices around, so... Let me say that when you open the box, the item is very very pleasant to see...well refined, all the things have glossy painting, very nice. But it has to work, as well, so I tried to do the thing I miss more here in the US: the bread (sorry guys, but we are used to another kind of bread, no offense :) ) I decided to try with a small amount, just to test the machine...well let me say that it's not the way this item is designed to work: the mix sticked to the hook, and it almost stop mixing, it just turn with the hook, so I had to stop the machine, tear it away, start again. A couple of times the mix divided in two parts, one staying in the bottom of the bowl, and, again, had to stop and put the mix togheter. Not that good, in my opinion. But keep in mind that this happened to me just for small quantities. When I tried to use it for some more bread, almost the full capacity (something like 4 cups of flour) the thing works great, the mix is perfect. A thing I didn't like is the speed: two seems to be too fast for bread making, one is somewhat too slow, you have to adjust it, because with two the mix tends to come up on the hook. But this may be just a question of adjusting my habits of using the machine. Anyway, I did mayonnase, whipped cream, beated whites, mix for pancakes and crepes, and bread and donughts and so on...just keep in mind that I had problems managing small quantities. Another thing I cannot understand is: if they sell a tool to make ice cream, why don't they sell a slow cooker? It would be nice to make soups, vegetables cream, rice, and a lot of other nice things, that is a great hole, it should be the first thing, with such a bowl. In Italy I have the worverk cooking machine which work this way and it is wonderful, it helps me a lot (and saves me a lot of times). In conclusion, if you bake, basically, and you make mixes (well, is a mixer, you are right) in the right amount, well, it's the right item: it does what is intended for, and nothing else. If you are alone, and you don't use it so often, or if you want something more versatile, well, you should try something else.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    I have bought 4 of these. One for myself.

    Posted
    Cyndy
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I love KitchenAid mixers. I bought my plain white one many years back. It served me well. As my daughters grew up, I wanted to give each of them a KitchenAid mixer of their own. My older daughter chose the Apple Green and my younger daughter chose a softer mint green. In general, we all have been very happy with our mixers. My only criticism is that buyers should be warned to tighten all screws and bolts on the machines on a regular basis. I was visiting with my older daughter and making cookies with my grandson and all of a sudden while using the mixer it began jumping around on the counter and making a horrible noise. I grabbed my grandson to get him away from the machine. My daughter pulled the plug on the mixer. We figured out that the bolt on the front end of the mixer, where you add attachments had fallen off and into the cookie batter and had become wedged in place and caused the ruckus. The mixer would not work after that. My daughter and her husband looked into having the mixer repaired and it was expensive and some distance away. The mixer sat in their garage for about a year and they used a hand mixer. About two months ago, before another return visit with my daughter, I ordered a replacement mixer for her. She was delighted. During our May visit, I made cookies again, this time with my granddaughter. While we were mixing we heard the distinct sound of falling metal. We discovered that yet another screw from the back underside of the mixer had fallen out and hit the outside of the bowl and fallen on the counter. My husband was able to find a small Allen wrench and put the screw back in place. He then checked and tightened all the screws on the appliance. Overall it is a great kitchen tool. It is generally long lasting. My younger daughter is considering the attachment for making fresh pasta. My older daughter calls her machine "counter art". Well really do love our machines.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic Mixer

    Posted
    Jimbo
    • My Best Buy® MemberMember

    I've owned this stand mixer for over four years and it has performed admirably. I use it for all my baking needs including my Sweet Bread, which makes five loaves at a time. Unfortunately the five quart bowl isn't quite large enough but it gets me fairly close to the end of making the dough. I do the rest on a bread board. Some other baked goods it makes the dough completely without needing to take it out and knead it by hand. I will probably take it in to have it checked out even though there doesn't seem to be any problems. I just like to take care of my items. I highly recommend this stand mixer and I like it so much, I purchased one to give to my son for Christmas. He wants to carry on the family traditions of baking. Make sure you clean the beaters by hand and not in the dishwasher, they will last longer. It does a great job of mixing since as the beaters spin, they also rotate off center to mix extremely thoroughly. Great Buy!! If it ever breaks, I will purchase another.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    My favorite appliance

    Posted
    MisplacedOkie
    • My Best Buy Premier Silver MemberElite Plus Member

    I love my stand mixer. I got it for Christmas after my other mixer finally gave up the ghost. I use it every week to make bread. But I also use it to make just about anything else I want. I have several attachments: 1) grain mill; 2) Food grinder & strainer; and 3) rotor slicer/shredder. I use all of the attachments on a regular basis. The food grinder & strainer is perfect when I want to make my family homemade spaghetti sauce using the tomatoes and herbs from our garden or my popular (at least with my family) homemade tomato soup. The grain mill is perfect to grind the grains for the flour I use in my bread, cookies, and pastries. And the slicer/shredder cuts up the vegetables I use in salads, stews, etc., as well as shredding the cheese we eat so much of. Everything is easy to clean. This mixer is one of the few appliances I'm willing to even have in my kitchen--I have no microwave or dishwasher or blender, but the mixer has a place of honor. There are a couple of problems with it: 1) I dislike anything (except canisters and cookie jar) on the counter. I don't even own a drain rack for my dishes, but rather use old towels that can then be tossed into the washer. But, the mixer is too heavy to put away and pull back out again. I'm thinking that making it lighter would not be a good idea as I think the bulk and weight add to it's stability and efficiency, but if it's possible, a lighter mixer would be nice; and 2) It's a little noisy. It's not something you use in the quiet of the night or if you want some peace and quiet at anytime of the day. Despite the two drawbacks I mentioned above, I love it and wouldn't trade it for any other brand or mixer, unless of course Kitchen Aid can come out with one as sturdy and efficient as this one and yet be lighter and quieter.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Perfect addition to any kitchen!

    Posted
    DemocraticUnderground
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    We are big fans of KitchenAid. We went to mix the simple ingredients for a cheesecake to today and it wouldn't come on. I tried everything and finally jiggled the mixer head and it came on. However it made this grinding noise and the motor sound went on and off and up and down. It sounded like it was dying. I tried to get the project done while doing whatever it took to keep it running. It sounded awful and while setting it on one speed, it would speed up and slow down erratically. It's a very simple device and obviously the gear box it shot (at the very least). Naturally the 1 year warranty is over so I called the factory to see about repair. The bottom line is that it will cost more to ship and fix than to buy a new one. I like KitchenAid, and I agree that I may have just gotten a defective one, but this is really not cool. I just recently replaced a small KitchenAid food processor that died and that was not acceptable at all either. Worse still is that when I called the manufacturer about the repair options, they tried to Up Sell me on a new one instead of being embarrassed by their failure. I will probably replace it with another but I'm upset that a brand that prides itself on quality could allow themselves to look so cheesy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Would be great mixer but missing attachment spring

    Posted
    Semimuse781

    I bought and returned 3 of these mixers. All missing the attachment spring. Every single Kitchenaid mixer ever made has a spring on the attachment shaft. My Grandmother's, Mother's, Aunt's, and every friend's I've ever seen, every single display or picture on the internet has this spring. I buy one, then two then three and none of them has this spring. I'm not going to have the only mixer on the planet without this spring. I took them all back and will most likely buy a Beville. It has the spring and I'll loose out on being able to add all of the attachments that Kitchen Aids can have I guess.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Mixed (Pun Intended)

    Posted
    ajburt
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I purchased this mixer for my wife. She has always wanted a Kitchen Aid Mixer. They are known for their high quality. Upon delivery, the pour shield was warped and we had to call and have it replaced. Then, about 3 weeks later, the paint/plastic started chipping off the main beater around the neck (an area that doesn't even get near the bowl). It started chipping even though we were hand washing it. That being said, interacting with Kitchen Aid to get the replacements have been great. They were courteous and prompt. We are still waiting on the new beater but it should be here shortly. We also had to adjust the "Factory Settings" as shown in the manual because it wasn't quite getting close enough to the bottom so that it would mix the ingredients thoroughly. It was easy to adjust and the directions were clear. Overall, it seems like a good purchase. Time will tell :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Mix Smarter not Harder

    Posted
    MostlyJo
    • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
    • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

    I was excited to get this mixer. I knew it would open my mind to more baking and new recipes. It was shipped with all the proper pieces and securely packeged in styrofoam. I decided to make homemade mango pies and the dough came out nice and fluffy with an even consistency. I combined all ingredients using each setting. The lowest setting was powerful enough to creme my shortening, sugar and egg mixture. Because this mixer is so heavy, I expected it to make a loud humming noise but it didn't. It wasn't loud at all. It was so easy to tilt the head and then remove and replace the attachments. I didn't have to fight with the bowl to rmove it or to put it back in place. Use of this mixer made everything easier. Not to dim the light on the capabilities of this mixer, but its appearance, sleek, shiny look is an added bonus.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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