KitchenAid KSM75SL Classic Plus 4.5-Qt. Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, Silver

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 300-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, but it can also accommodate the 3- and 5-quart bowls. (bowl doesn’t have a handle). paddle whip and whisk need to be washed by hand not machine washed. Thank you

Product Features

  • Turn your stand mixer into a culinary center with over 10 available attachments
  • 4.5 quart stainless steel bowl with enough capacity to mix up to 6 dozen cookies, 3 loaves of bread or 6 pounds of mashed potatoes in a single batch.
  • Soft start helps to avoid ingredient splash & flour puff by starting at a lower speed.
  • Tilt-head design allows clear access to the bowl to easily add ingredients for a recipe
  • 10 optimized speeds powerful enough for nearly any task or recipe
  • KSM75SL Ksm75 includes (1) Coated flat beater, (1) Coated dough hook, (1) 6-wire whip

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3 thoughts on “KitchenAid KSM75SL Classic Plus 4.5-Qt. Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, Silver”

  1. Easier to move & pretty damn powerful for its size. 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.I really like the lighter weight and comparatively powerful motor of this Classic Plus mixer. I noticed that…

  2. I also love that I can turn it on and do something … I’m going to assume there are people reading who are going through the same debates I had.First and foremost, do I even need a stand mixer? Well… No. But it is SO much easier!! I find I bake more because it’s already out on my countertop. With a hand held mixer, I have to get it out, find the attachments, get a bowl… Ya know, typical lazy people problems, but really did detour me from making things if my time was limited. Now I just pour my ingredients and go. I also love that I…

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

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