KitchenAid KSM75WH 4.5-Qt. Classic Plus Stand Mixer - White

KitchenAid KSM75WH Classic Plus Tilt-Head 4-1/2-Quart Stand Mixer, White

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The tilt-head feature and generous 4-1/2-quart capacity make the KitchenAid Stand Mixer the ultimate in user-friendly design. Features 10 speeds and KitchenAid's unique planetary mixing action, driven by a powerful 275-watt motor. Rugged all-metal construction ensures long life and quiet operation, and rubber feet anchor it securely while in use. This mixer has a 4-1/2-quart stainless steel bowl.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 8.7 x 13.9 inches ; 15 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25.4 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00063ULMI
  • Item model number: KSM75WH

Customer Reviews

Best mixer. Period.

276 people found this helpful
 on March 18, 2009
By The Strife of Love in a Dream
I bought this mixer because Cook’s Illustrated recommended it. I can see, after 3 months, that CI was spot-on. It is a substantial-sized kitchen tool, and I’ve used it at least once a week since getting it. Primarily I bought this for bread mixing, and it clomps along even on the firmest dough (though it does “hop” a bit on firm doughs). The powerful engine can handle anything I throw at it. It also does a fabulous job on whipped cream — far better-textured than a hand-mixer could make. I’ve used it to make cakes and cream-cheese dips, frostings and herb butters, and there just doesn’t seem to be much this mixer can’t do to perfection. It’s not a food processor, so don’t expect it to chop and dice or to cut butter into biscuit dough, but it fulfills its function perfectly. It’s heavy-duty and substantial, and so easy to hand-wash I haven’t bothered putting its components through the dishwasher. 100% recommend.

My Workhorse Stand Mixer

217 people found this helpful
 on April 26, 2011
By Pipigurl
My mother-in-law gave me this mixer for Christmas 2010. I was originally planning on getting theĀ 

Saves your arms, excellent for moderate use

238 people found this helpful
 on March 20, 2013
By D. Alexander
This is a lovely mixer that I traded for an Artisan because that one was red. I bought it to make cookies after my hand mixer started to smoke during a particularly intense doughing session. I used it primarily for that and pizza crusts. Things that can be mixed with a handheld whisk, I opt for that instead.

KitchenAid Classic Plus

133 people found this helpful
 on May 16, 2013
By W. Weeks
I have had this mixer for 7+ years. It has more than met my needs. I’m not a baker and dont use it more than once a week. I will admit that I bought it at Linens and Things (before they went out of business) for $199.00, and used a BB&B coupon for the extra 20% off. Every time I get drawn to the attractive colors of the Artisan and want to upgrade to the “325 Watts” of power, I have to remind myself that this is a great mixer, that suits my needs as an everyday cook and it powerful enough for my what I want to do. It whips egg whites superbly, bread, pizza dough and cookies without a glitch. Why do I need something that is supposedly “higher end”? Yes, I want a KA Artisan, in blue or espresso, but do I need one? The final answer in “NO”. This is a GREAT machine, I have no regrets with getting this model, and if it ever breaks down (no signs yet after 7+ years) I will get the higher end model. I would definitely recommend this machine for average household use. It’s powerful, durable, easy to use and clean. I still do love to browse and read the reviews of the higher end models, but am happy and satisfied with what I have.

I also love that I can turn it on and do something …

10 people found this helpful
 on December 23, 2014
By LaChampita
I’m going to assume there are people reading who are going through the same debates I had.
A part was missing from my kitchenaid and they refused to replace it. They accused me of fabricating the story. They lost a customer for life over a small inexpensive part. There are better and cheaper options out there, do yourself a favor and buy from a different manufacture.