7 Qt countertop mixer; Quiet, powerful 1.3HP motor; Speed control protection; Heavy duty metal knobs; Commercial style power hub fits all current KitchenAid attachments; Stainless steel bowl with flanged lip to eliminate food trap; Commercial J-Style hand design; Stainless steel flat beater, 11-wire whip, dough hook and 7 qt. bowl included; All attachments are dishwasher safe; 13 3/10"W x 14 2/3"D x 16 1/2"H; Hassle free- 2 Year Replacement Warranty; NSF Certified
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
Rating Breakdown4 reviews
Customer Reviews for 7 Qt Commercial Countertop Mixer
Review 1 for 7 Qt Commercial Countertop Mixer
Just what I needed
PostedJuly 23, 2012
from Washington, DC
We do a LOT of baking -- bread, cookies, cakes -- everything from scratch. We needed a machine capable of keeping up with our demands. This mixer is heavy duty and has so far been exactly what we need. Mixers aren't inexpensive, and this was no exception. But I think we will get good use from it, although it was right at the top of what I would pay for it.
This is a great mixer for any size commercial kitchen! It's powerful, yet quiet. I upgraded from a household KitchenAid and it has many more nice features, like the great shaped wire whisk, and heavy duty stainless steel beaters. I've used it for pizza dough, bread dough and merangue so far, and all turned out great! It is definitely KitchenAid quality and worth every penny!
Pros: High quality, Durable
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Review 3 for 7 Qt Commercial Countertop Mixer
I was waiting for years to have one
PostedMay 8, 2013
from Alexandria Egypt
It's a dream come true :). I still can't believe my self till now. I bought it from Egypt on line and believe or not it worth every $ dollar ...even I had to pay more than the price of the mixer it self in shipping and customs ,but I don't care :)
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Review 4 for 7 Qt Commercial Countertop Mixer
PostedOctober 19, 2012
I'm using two months, a Kitchen Aid mixer 7 quart worth shines. 5 Quarter model was used before. But, because the power was always complaining. 5 Quarter model with a 'cow' parable, the 7 quart model, the 'bull'.