KitchenAid KHM512GA 5-Speed Hand Mixer, Green Apple
- Five speeds provide versatility for mixing ingredients from a slow stir to a fast whip
- Powerful and lightweight motor can handle double batches of cookie dough
- The smooth rounded wire design of the stainless steel Turbo Beater Accessories prevents clogging, evenly mixes ingredients and makes clean up virtually effortless. Rounded tines with no center post
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Top Customer Reviews
-it was too loud
-A weird, burning smell when using
-it was too powerful even on the lowest speed causing ingredients to be flying around everywhere i.e. myself and on the walls
This led me to purchase the KitchenAid 5-Speed hand mixer, which I am very pleased with! Firstly it's extremely quiet. Secondly,
my ingredients were not flying around every where when I was using it. This was the most important thing for me. It mixed
everything nicely and I look forward to using it more in the future when making desserts.
I should mention that the beaters are very easy to wash.
I highly recommend this mixer and for the price, it was an excellent buy.
Also the colour is cute so can't complain :)
I debated between this and the Cusinart 5 speed hand mixer: I only make cakes so I only needed a hand mixer that will perform the smaller prep work (whipping cream, eggs, and cupcakes) and not a heavy duty one -heavier mixing will be done with the mixer stand (cream cheese, butter). The Cuisinart one is heavier (by a pound, I believe) and I have smaller hands and not too much strength to hold the hand mixer for too long on the counter top, especially when I have to beat something over a pot of boiling water (did I mention I'm short as well?). The Kitchenaid one also has a better hand-held design: the width of the handle is a lot thinner, so it's easier to grasp (comfortably!!) for those with smaller hands. In addition, the beaters have no center poles, which makes scrapping out the contents so much easier and doesn't accumulate to the top of the beaters.
Prior to settling for the kitchenaid one, I've also looked the 7 speed model for both brands, which has an electronic speed control. Not that I do not have faith in technology, but the chances of technology failing (aka not turning on), in my opinion, is higher than mechanical failure. Other reviews also stated that the addition of the two speeds is not a necessity, and considering that I only bake cakes and occasionally muffins, it was not a huge deal to me.
The best part was while both mixers were on sale, for $10 more, I got the Kitchenaid mixer that I wanted soo much more, in a nice colour too!Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
This is an excellent hand mixer for regular mixing needs. It's convenient, powerful, and easy to use. Clean-up is a breeze. I would recommend this product.Published on Jan. 2 2014 by Sharon Bukoski
First of all I love the color, it's also pretty quiet compared to other small appliances.
Different speeds to accomodate dough consistancy. Read more
It works ok. But not very powerful as I expected. I have to use my old one for making cakes.Published on Nov. 8 2013 by gyz6688
Love it - handy for a quick muffin batter or just beating eggs. For when you don't want to haul out the big stand mixer.
Great colour too and attachments.
Even though I do not bake vey often, I know this little Kitchen Aid Hand Mixer can do the job. I also love the snappy green colour! Fresh !Published on Aug. 23 2013 by D. Duplantie
Overall, I have been quite pleased with this product. It arrived in a timely fashion and looks as pictured on Amazon. Read morePublished on May 21 2013 by Allison