KitchenAid KHM512ER 5-Speed Ultra Power Hand Mixer, Empire Red

November 30, 2015 - Comment

The KitchenAid ultra power 5-speed hand mixer is the perfect go to for nearly all of your mixing needs. Five speeds and two stainless steel turbo beater accessories provide you with the power and control to mix up your favorite cookie dough, mash potatoes and so much more. Product Features 5 Speeds: Mix ingredients for

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The KitchenAid ultra power 5-speed hand mixer is the perfect go to for nearly all of your mixing needs. Five speeds and two stainless steel turbo beater accessories provide you with the power and control to mix up your favorite cookie dough, mash potatoes and so much more.

Product Features

  • 5 Speeds: Mix ingredients for a variety of recipes from slowly stirring in chunky ingredients, like nuts or chocolate chips, at speed one to whipping egg whites or heavy cream at speed five.
  • Lock the cord into either the left or right side of the mixer so you can approach ingredients from any angle. The round cord is easy to wipe clean.
  • Easily and quickly remove any accessory from the hand mixer with the single-handed press of a button.
  • The Stainless Steel Turbo Beater(TM) II Accessories are ideal for mixing heavy ingredients. Dishwasher safe.
  • 1 year hassle-free replacement warranty

Comments

badcat says:

Stealthy Speed As others have said, I don’t use a hand mixer a whole lot, but when I need one, I need one. I love this mixer. I bought this mixer based on people saying it had a good low speed, and yes it does. My old mixer’s speeds were high, super-high, and bat-out-of-hell high.To counter what others have said about the mixer’s high speed seeming like medium, we put it to the tachometer test. Yes, the BF has a tachometer, so we hooked it up to the mixers. In the tachometer test, the old mixer’s low speed started at 1050 rpm, with the highest speed being 1250 rpm- not a lot of range. The Kitchenaid 5 Speed’s low speed was a nice mellow 260 rpm. Speed 2 was 450 rpm, then 650, 800, and 1100 rpm for speeds 3, 4, and 5, respectively. The thing is, even at the high speed, it’s very quiet, and doesn’t sound like a jet engine about to take off, so I believe it *sounds* like a lower speed, but it’s more than enough to whip cream, egg whites, or whatever else you want that high speed for. As for…

JessicaD says:

Mixes great! 0

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