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.

Customer Reviews

Easier to move & pretty damn powerful for its size.

17 people found this helpful.
 on January 20, 2017
I have had the large Pro model of this Kitchenaid. It is a wonderful machine. But it is heavy. Unless you have some place to keep it on the counter, or at least at waist level to lug it around, it is HEAVY to use. I read that people tend to concentrate on the wattage of the machine. More important is the torque–how the energy of the motor gets translated into working power.

Would have given 5 stars, except for the flat beater.

11 people found this helpful.
 on March 21, 2017
By Dorathea
I love my 40-year old KitchenAid and I love my new one. However, the flat beater, with it’s flimsy plastic coating is disappointing. This is a higher-end mixer and should have a flat beater from which the plastic coating doesn’t crack off. Better yet, a stainless steel beater…and not the “coated” metal one they offer. I use this mixer constantly and this was also an issue with my old one. Why does KitchenAid sell such a great mixer with such a crappy flat beater? I don’t know. Can anyone tell me? And why don’t they offer a better replacement beater in stainless steel. It would be annoying to have to buy a stainless steel beater, when one should come with the mixer, but I would have done it. I think others might have too. Come on, KitchenAid…get with the program and supply excellent utensils with your great mixers!

Saves your arms, excellent for moderate use

316 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.

Best mixer. Period.

328 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 Best Friend

5 people found this helpful.
 on November 23, 2014
By Marilyn Davis
This is my first stand mixer..Bought it 3-4 years ago and still going pretty strong. I choose this mixer because it was recommended by Cook’s Illustrated. Never once had a problem.. well except this one time where the metal rod came out. The one that attached the head to the body. But that was a simple fix. I bake a lot (love baking seriously).. Its fun it’s also a stress reliever for me haha. If i’m mad, sad, etc.. I’ll just bake :).. I mostly just cakes, cupcakes, brownies, and cookies.. from time to time I make bread also. One time I made a double batch of cookies for first time for one of my family’s party. I was kind of freaking out a bit.. The motor started to slow down (at high speed). I didn’t want my mixer to break so I took the dough out. It was almost fully incorporated anyways so I just started to mix/knead it by hand. I

Good stand mixer for small batches, does the job well.

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 13, 2016
This is the smallest KA stand mixer, which is why I bought this one. I have a larger one but needed something small for the little batches of cookies and small cakes. This is exactly what I was looking for in size. This is the first time that I’ve had the top-lift up KA mixer. It is handier than I thought it would be, as it’s pretty easy to get inside the bowl and scrape the sides when needed. Yet the batter on the beaters stays safely over the bowl and doesn’t drop anything on the counter. This would be a nice starter machine for someone who either does not work in volume or not using it very often.

Exactly like your great-grandmother had.

5 people found this helpful.
 on February 14, 2014
By Thomas
KitchenAid stand mixers are the best stand mixers on the market, period. I got this one, the “Classic” and it is the same exact one you saw in your Grandma’s kitchen, which was probably given to her by her own mother. It is a solid weight which keeps it from skipping on your counter. The motor is strong to power through your tough doughs. The bowl is solid and resilient. Nothing seems to destroy the standard attachments. And all of the extra attachments you can buy for it are mind boggling.

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