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Costway Tilt-Head Stand Mixer 7.5 Quart 6 Speed 660W w/Dough Hook, Whisk & Beater Silver

Item# SPM15510045124 | Model# EP24647SL | Added on June 7, 2019 |
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Costway Tilt-Head Stand Mixer 7.5 Quart 6 Speed 660W w/Dough Hook, Whisk & Beater Silver
$108.99
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Description
This electric stand mixer is perfect for your kitchen. One of the best food mixers you can get for its high performance, versatility and price. It is specially designed to whip up cakes, cookies, and creams with ease. It is time efficient for all types of food mixing, including creaming, mixing, beating, whipping, kneading. With 6 speeds and pulse function, you have complete control of your mixing for perfect results. 660W high performance motor helps to save your time and energy. Designed with a splash guard, it prevents your kitchen from getting messy during baking or after baking. This high quality stand mixer is worth your choice. Give it a chance, and you will get an efficient helper.

Features:
Tilt-head design via an easy-to-control knob ideal for easy access to the bowl
3 different useful attachments perfect for all types of food mixing
Complete control of your mixing for any recipe with 6 speed settings
A splash guard ideal for keeping your kitchen tidy and clean
7.5 quart large stainless steel bowl with a handle
A handle design easy and convenient to move the bowl
Anti-slip suction feet, perfect for keeping mixer steady
Overheating protections settings, automatically stop when it is overheat
360° stereo stirring design for even mixing
ETL certification ensures safety and high quality
Specifications?
Material: ABS, Stainless Steel
Color: Silver
Net Weight: 12lbs
Voltage: 120V
Frequency: 60Hz
Actual Power: 660W
Product Dimensions: 15.5” x 9.5” x ... read more
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