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Choose from over 20 different colors of the KitchenAid Artisan Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer for the one that perfectly matches your kitchen design or personality. Easily make your favorite cakes and multiple batches of cookie dough with the 5-quart stainless steel mixing bowl with comfortable handle. With 10 speeds, the standmixer will quickly become your kitchen’s culinary center as you mix, knead and whip ingredients with ease. And for even more versatility, the power hub fits optional attachments from food grinders to pasta makers and more.

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KitchenAid 5 Qt. Artisan Series Stand Mixer

The KitchenAid Refurbished 5 Quart Artisan Stand Mixer is a factory reconditioned tilt head mixer designed to give easy access to the mixing bowl and beaters. KitchenAid reconditions their own product not shipping it out to a third party and all refurbished products undergo a full inspection before retail sale. Each refurbished 5 Quart Artisan Stand Mixer carries a 6 month “No Hassle” Replacement Warranty from KitchenAid. Just like the first quality stand mixer this mixer offers incredible versa

KitchenAid KSM150PSER Artisan Tilt-Head Stand Mixer

10-speed slide control ranges from a very fast whip to a very slow stir
Includes Flat Beater, Dough Hook and Wire Whip
Power Hub for Additional Attachments,Volts- 120
Unique Mixing Action. Hub cover – non-hinged
Assembled with Pride in Greenville, Ohio
Choose from all the color options to find the one that best matches your style and personality.
The power hub turns your stand mixer into a culinary center with more than 15 optional attachments available.

KitchenAid KSM75WH Classic Plus Series

Multipurpose attachment hub, over 15 optional attachments
4.5-Qt. Stainless Steel Bowl;Direct Drive Transmission
10-Speed Settings. Soft Start
Tilt-head design
Includes coated flat beater, coated dough hook, and wire whip, 1-year warranty. To move the speed control lever with ease, lift slightly up as you move it across the settings in either direction
Direct Drive Transmission :Yes Hub Cover:Non-Hinged
Multipurpose Power Hub

Customer Reviews

Deloris B
Deloris B
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I looked on KitchenAid's website and saw that the 5qt Artisan was $430, so I came to Amazon to find it cheaper. I sorted by the lowest price, as one does, and found this thing for half the price. Now, I am the kind of person who NEVER buys used things because I'm always worried that the first person wanted to get rid of it because something was wrong with it. But since this said "FACTORY refurbished," I decided to look into it. I read the description about it going back through the factory inspection so that all the mechanics work perfectly well and the only thing that could possibly be wrong with it would be marks in the paint. It also comes with all the original parts (3 beaters, a bowl, and an instruction/recipe book) and a 6 month warranty. It had a 4.5 star rating with over 400 reviews, so I decided to buy it. I also paid a little more for the 2 year warranty, just in case. It had a couple tiny scratches on it here and there, but you wouldn't notice unless you were lookin for them. It was definitely worth it to get a perfectly functioning mixer for half price! Would definitely recommend this to a friend to save a bundle. Also thinking about buying a slash guard and a second bowl so I don't have to stop and wash it if I'm making more than one thing at once.
Wolfshanze
Wolfshanze
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First off, I gotta say... wow. The kitchenaid mixer really lives up to the hype. I'm a self-proclaimed semi-ametuer chef and baker, but I've only every worked with hand mixers. This thing is the real deal though. My cheesecakes in the past have been notoriously laborious, having to scrape the sides before adding the eggs and after adding the eggs to avoid unmixed cream cheese. That's a thing of the past now (I did buy a mixer head with a silicon side scraper, though the stock one works just as well). I can mix my filling ingredients whilst intricately levelling and perfecting the sides of my graham cracker crust, cutting 5-10 minutes off of prep time. When making regular cakes, I can throw the ingredients in, start the mixer, and forget about it as I oil and flour my pans, reducing prep time there as well. If you've never owned a kitchenaid stand mixer before, like me, you'll be surprised at how dang heavy it is! The entire structure is metal, and it's a hefty piece, at least 25 lbs. You're getting a solid piece of machinery. I've bought 2 attachment sets so far and I'm starting to realize just how much of an all in one small kitchen appliance this is. It's very easy to use, with one lever to lock/release the tilting head and another lever that clicks between the multiple speeds. I would definitely recommend the dime test though. The mixer heads are recommended to clear the bowl by 1/16th of an inch. A dime (10 cent American coin) is exactly 1/16th of an inch. Set your dime in the bottom of the bowl around the small point in the middle of the bottom of the bowl, and turn on the mixer with the standard whisk head attached. If the head moves the coin every time it spins around, you're good.
Karen B.
Karen B.
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I'm going to assume there are people reading who are going through the same debates I had. First and foremost, do I even need a stand mixer? Well... No. But it is SO much easier!! I find I bake more because it's already out on my countertop. With a hand held mixer, I have to get it out, find the attachments, get a bowl... Ya know, typical lazy people problems, but really did detour me from making things if my time was limited. Now I just pour my ingredients and go. I also love that I can turn it on and do something else. So it shaves some minutes from baking and cooking. Second: Will it take a lot of space? That just depends on how much space you have in general. I live in a one-bedroom apartment. I don't have the most space in the world, but I have the mixer out with my other kitchen tools and sitting at an angle, if that makes sense. So it doesn't take up much room at all. Third: Which line of KithchenAid Mixer should I get? I debated for a very long time on this. I must note that I was debating with Black Friday quickly approaching. I scoured every website, every store, and newspaper circular looking for the best deal and what would suit me. I was put off by the classic line because it didn't come with a handle on the bowl and the lack of colors. I know the latter seems silly, but I like for my kitchen to be aesthetically pleasing.
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