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Costway Electric Food Stand Mixer 6 Speed 4.3Qt 550W Tilt-Head Stainless Steel Bowl New

Item# SPM15290012924 | Model# HW56218RE | Added on November 2, 2018 |
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Costway Electric Food Stand Mixer 6 Speed 4.3Qt 550W Tilt-Head Stainless Steel Bowl New
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Description
Our brand new Electric Food Stand Mixer is designed for hands-free mixing for a wide variety of foods ranging from light and airy egg whites to sticky bread dough. A powerful 550 Watt motor is great for everyday mixing and can even handle the thickest cookie dough. 6-speed mixer for all your food preparation needs. Ensures perfect mixing results every time. Nonslip feet keep the mixer still while in use, and the splatter shield guards against messy drips, drops, and spills. Attachments include a non-stick mixer blade, dough hook, and egg whisk. All attachments, as well as the stainless steel 4.3-quart mixing bowl, are dishwasher safe for fast cleanup. Don’t hesitate to buy it!

Features
Brand new and high quality
Top Tier Quality Mixer: Our stylish and ergonomic stand mixer is designed for hands-free mixing for a wide variety of foods ranging from light and airy egg whites to sticky bread dough.
High power and perfect performance: Power of 550W and variable speeds make the process quickly and thoroughly which guarantees the freshness and smoothness of the food.
6 Speed Setting: Handy 6-speed control for exceptional kneading and mixing performance. It’s for all your food preparation needs. Ensures perfect mixing results every time.
3 attachments offer mixing versatility: Use the included attachments such as the mixer blade, dough hook, eggs whisk, and detachable transparent splash guard to make the best pastries, dough, sweets, and much more.
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