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KitchenAid® Artisan® 7-Speed Hand Mixer - White

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  • Powerful and lightweight 7 Speed motor can handle double batches of cookie dough
  • Easy to clean motor housing design
  • Oversized beater ejector button
  • Comfort-designed handle and non-tip heel rest
  • Includes: Stainless Steel Turbo Beaters(TM)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.9 x 19 x 16.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 Kg
  • Item model number: KHM7TWH
  • ASIN: B00004SGF2
  • Date first available at Oct. 19 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #60,391 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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KitchenAid® 7-Speed Ultra Power® Hand Mixer Features our Clean Touch™ Digital Control Pad and electronic mixing sensor, this versatile, powerful mixer is perfect for every kitchen.


Pound for pound, a good hand mixer is perhaps the most laborsaving kitchen device. While my grandmother relied on arm strength and force of will to beat a stiff dough or to mash potatoes, a light and easily maneuvered hand mixer saves time and muscles. This one from KitchenAid features seven-speed digital touch control for precision mixing, and an electronic sensor that will adjust the power as you go, so you maintain a steady mixing speed. If you're beating a delicate batter, you can use the Soft Start feature and ease into faster speed. When you're finished, the beaters are easily ejected. If you've ever battled heavy doughs, you'll appreciate the beaters' design: they don't have a center post, so dough won't collect in the middle of the beater and clog the machine. It's also designed for easy cleaning. --Laura Cuthbert

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I purchased this mixer to compliment the table top model I purchased a few years back. I required something smaller for little mixing jods. I am very happy with this product, the seven speeds gives it great versatility. It is light and easy to operate and clean up.
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108 of 109 people found the following review helpful
A great complement to my K45 Aug. 10 2001
By Lawrence W. Prichard - Published on
I have baked for nearly 30 of my 41 years, and I have used a lot of hand mixers. This one by KitchenAid is a great partner to my KitchenAid stand mixer. I have used it for everything from cookie dough, to cream, to mashed (okay, whippped) potatoes. It has never failed me, I find it powerful enough for my purposes, and one thing that has not been mentioned in the other reviews is that this mixer is relatively quiet. Not silent, but quiet.For jobs that are really too small for the K45, this is ideal. Nicely balanced, easy to use. In short, a winner.
98 of 102 people found the following review helpful
Quiet, Powerful, Reliable but slow April 16 2003
By S. Bergeron - Published on
I have the 5 speed version of the KA hand mixer (same motor, same speed range, just fewer speed stops and you save up to 30$). It works very well for batters and doughs, without bogging down and without whining.
The only limitation of the KA handhelds is that their maximum speed is on the slow side. Whipped cream and egg whites don't build up as fast or firmly as you sometimes need (it is hard to get firm, dry peaks in egg whites like for meringue).
While I have the 5qt KA stand mixer (and love it!), I was disappointed in the slowness of the hand mixer. Until I got the wire whisk attachment (about 16$ from appliance parts supplier). This made all the difference. I can now whip a half pint of cream and 2 egg whites in under a minute!
Do yourself a favor: save money by buying the 5 speed model and spend only about half of the money you saved on the wire (balloon) whisk attachment. You'll get better performance for less money.
I gave this (and it's twin models) 4 stars. It would be a 5 if the whisk attachment (which is needed) were included.
74 of 77 people found the following review helpful
Another wonderful little powerhouse from KitchenAid July 7 2001
By Mary Chrapliwy - Published on
You know there are times when you just don't want to haul out the big mixer, right? Well, being the holiday hostess for my large extended family, my Irish brothers love their mashed potatoes. When I have a holiday dinner and my countertops are loaded with lots of other wonderful holiday dinner foods waiting to be served, hauling out the big mixer is just not an option. Out comes this handy little KitchenAid hand mixer! In a jiffy, this little powerhouse mashes the potatoes and then away it goes so dinner can proceed as needed. It's a really cool tool and I'm glad to have it at times like that. Also, I have pulled it out to mix pancake batter, sometimes cake batter, and other easy to mix items. It's easy to wipe down and the beaters pop right off to go into your dishwasher. Easy clean, easy to use, easy storage -- what more could you want?
44 of 45 people found the following review helpful
The Best In Hand Mixer Class July 2 2000
By A Customer - Published on
This hand-held mixer is a great compromise if you don't require a heavy-duty stand design. It's modererately priced and is a "quality" product from "KitchenAid". The motor though, isn't quite as heavy-duty as you'll find in stand mixers. Very heavy batters or bread dough might pose a challenge for any hand-held model but it's a fraction of the price of the stand mixers. This one will meet the needs of the majority of families most of the time. It is available in eight color choices, including black and white. I rated it five stars because, it's probably the best hand-held mixer in that overall class of product. Lots of "speed" settings from which to select and made by a company that has stood the "test of time" and stands behind their products.
64 of 68 people found the following review helpful
Could be better July 23 2005
By William Billington - Published on
I have enjoyed my mixer being lightweight, quiet, easy to clean, and the slow-start feature is great. However the beater locks wear out prematurely and it is IMP0SSIBLE to buy parts to fix it. Kitchenaid would rather sell you another one at $70 than sell you a part to fix it for $2 or $3. And yes I have checked many, many web sites and the beater locks are not available there either. The reviews on the web indicate that the Cuisinart is heavier duty. I think I'll try that one.