KitchenAid KHM926WH 9-Speed Digital Hand Mixer with Turbo Beater II Accessories and Pro Whisk – White

The 9-Speed Hand Mixer, with Exclusive Accessory Pack, offers endless opportunities in one hand-held countertop appliance. This Exclusive Accessory Pack includes 2 Stainless Steel Turbo Beater II Accessories, Stainless Steel Pro Whisk, 2 Stainless Steel Dough Hooks, Blending Rod and a Storage Bag to neatly protect and organize everything. The perfect go-to small appliance for mixing, kneading, whipping, blending and so much more.

Product Features

  • 9 Speeds: Combine ingredients at speed one for slowly stirring in chunky ingredients, speed six for mixing bread batter and creaming butter and sugar, then speed nine for whipping meringue.
  • Soft StartTM Feature brings the beaters up to the selected speed gradually to help prevent ingredients from splattering.
  • 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.
  • Soft Grip Handle provides comfort while mixing.
  • Easily and quickly remove any accessory from the hand mixer with the single-handed press of a button.

3 thoughts on “KitchenAid KHM926WH 9-Speed Digital Hand Mixer with Turbo Beater II Accessories and Pro Whisk – White”

  1. For A Hand Mixer or a Stand Mixer – Think KitchenAid I currently own a ” KitchenAid Ultra Power Plus 5 speed hand mixer ” ( see photos ) that I purchased 15 to 20 years ago for $79.99. I’m pleased to inform everyone that this hand mixer has never failed to produce and is still in excellent working and cosmetic condition after all those years and at least a hundred uses during that time frame. I decided I would purchase the new KitchenAid Architect KHM926Cu Digital 9 speed hand mixer and compare there performance. The only reason I…

  2. Beaters are unbalanced UPDATE FOLLOWS. Excellent mixer, horrible beaters. I received my new 9 speed Kitchenaid mixer replacing a 7 speed Kitchenaid mixer that broke while my wife tried using it to mix a batter thick enough to patch potholes. So that evening I took our new empire red mixer out, attached the beaters, and commenced making mashed potatoes. At speed 5 that mixer was dancing in my hand, hard to hold. It was like driving a car with unbalanced wheels. I stopped and replaced the new beaters with the old ones…

  3. Probably would have been just as pleased with the less expensive model I had a 6-Speed Kitchen Aid for about twenty years that was a work-horse so I was sure I wanted another Kitchen Aid again. I researched all the Amazon reviews and decided on the 9-Speed, hoping it would be a little faster. I’m not sure it is faster (it just divides them up in more speeds), but it works fine and is easy to operate. I was disappointed that the silver banner with the Kitchen Aid name around the machine was some stick-on tape that had a wrinkle in it. It was applied crooked, but…

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