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Kenmore Elite 6 Qt. Bowl Lift Stand Mixer, 600 watts

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Kenmore Elite 6 Qt. Bowl Lift Stand Mixer, 600 watts
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When You Need Powerful Mixing Power and a Large Capacity, Look to the Kenmore Elite 6 Quart Bowl Lift-Stand Mixer Treats, desserts, sauces and more are a cinch thanks to the 6 Quart Bowl Lift-Stand Mixer’s powerful 600-watt motor. The lift-stand is nice for under-cabinet use and storage as it doesn’t tilt, and therefore doesn’t need extra clearance. With 10 speeds and an easy-to-use dial, you'll mix recipes with precision. When you’re hosting family or prepping for a party, the 6-quart mixing bowl will easily accommodate those larger batches. In addition to this mixer, you receive handy, dishwasher-safe attachments such as a detachable pouring shield, flat beater, wire whip and more. The attachment hub also works with additional accessories, for all you advanced chefs. Break out the cookbook because this mixer can handle it.

  • The Kenmore Elite 6 Quart Bowl Lift-Stand Mixer uses a crank to smoothly raise and lower the bowl to avoid tipping and extra overhead clearance
  • Illumalight LED lamp provides brighter viewing for better preparation
  • 10 speeds gives you options for a variety of mixing needs
  • 600 watt motor is powerful and capable
  • Stainless steel 6-quart bowl is high-capacity and dishwasher-safe
  • Attachments include a detachable pour shield, flat beater, wire whip, dough hook
  • Attachment hub works with additional accessories
  • Dimensions: 18.62"W x 13.7”D x 19.17”H
  • Care: Dishwasher safe attachments and bowl, wipe body clean
  • Warranty: 5 years
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By i007
November 26th, 2015
A Work Horse

Can mix and knead four loafs of bread without a problem. I have made pizza dough, bread dough and french bread dough. I have used 75 pounds of flour since this great mixer came to our home. It is made by Kitchen Aid by Whirlpool. The price was really great at $185.00. I don't know why anyone would not enjoy having one of these. If you make a lot of bread, then this is the mixer that you have been looking for !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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By visionviper
February 6th, 2012
The Kenmore Elite bowl lift mixer is a no-go.

I bought this Kenmore Elite stand mixer and put it head-to-head with my KitchenAid Professional 600. They are similarly priced, with the KitchenAid being about $60 more expensive. Here's what it came down to:

The Kenmore wins here. It has a more modern design and look than the Pro 600.

I prefer the Kenmore on this one. They are similarly loud, but the Pro 600's sound is a much higher pitch and therefore a lot more annoying. Measured with a decibel app on my phone they hovered around the same area. The higher pitch on the Pro 600 does make it seem louder though.

Attachment compatibility
Kenmore makes a point of saying their mixers are compatible with KitchenAid attachments. They are, but it's not quite perfect. Any attachments that get connected up to the drive shaft has a little bit of wobble in them. It's not as if there is any grinding or anything, they just move a small amount when being used. This of course does not happen on the Kitchen Aid mixers. I also tested to see if the freezer bowl for making ice cream would fit. The short answer is "kinda". It fits width wise, but it does not fit into the back where the second part of the locking mechanism is. For those keeping track this also means the Kitchen Aid and Kenmore bowls are not compatible with each other and also same with the mixing attachments.

The Pro 600 has none. The Kenmore has a timer as well as a bowl light. You can set the timer to stop mixing after a predefined time or just use it to keep track of how long you have been mixing. The Kenmore also comes with a second, smaller (5qt) bowl.

The Kenmore comes with a 5 year warranty (expandable to 8 if you pay $40). The Pro 600 comes with a lonely 1 year. Now it remains to be seen how easy any sort of warranty returns or work would be, but Kenmore giving their product a 5 year warranty does add some comfort.

Misc comments
The bowl lift mechanism has a much more satisfying lock. It feels a lot clunkier and heavier and I like that. I can also feel a lot more air coming out from the back of the Kenmore than the Pro 600. Some people complain about the Pro 600 getting really hot and I can see why. I think my Artisan pushes more air to cool itself than the Pro 600 does. When I used my Pro 600 to knead some wheat bread dough (3 loaves worth) it did get quite warm around the motor. 

At this point I feel the Kenmore is ahead of the Pro 600. I prefer the Kenmore to the Pro 600 in all of the above areas. We are, however, talking about stand mixers and it doesn't matter how pretty, quiet or feature rich a stand mixer is if it can't mix and mix well.

The section you really wanted to read that I put down at the bottom because I'm disagreeable
So how does the Kenmore compare to the KitchenAid? Well I compared in different workloads/types. I began with pasta (hey, it was dinner time).

Pasta: I'm just going to be upfront about it. The Kenmore simply did not knead the pasta as well as the KitchenAid. Both stand mixers have a spiral dough hooks, but the KitchenAid has a slightly different shape and it's much chunkier. Something unsettling did happen while the Kenmore was kneading the pasta: the bowl jumped off. Now at first I was thinking I had been careless and had just managed to miss the hole they have for securing the bowl. I put it back on and started watching it more closely. The bowl moves around a lot. Not long after starting again the bowl almost jump off a second time. I heard it jump up and get slammed back into position by the mixer. Point Pro 600. This is starting to not look good for the Kenmore.

Cookies (basic sugar): The bowl continued jumping around and moving. At least it didn't jump completely off this time. It certainly got the dough mixed, but it took few minutes and a bout of side scraping to do it. I put the same recipe in the Pro 600 and it came together a whole lot faster and with no scraping of the sides needed. KitchenAid scores another with the Pro 600.

Bread (whole wheat 8c flour): Oh dear. I'll just put it this way: I transferred the bread dough to the KitchenAid so that it would actually get kneaded properly. It was having troubles in the 6qt bowl so I switch to the 5qt. It didn't help at all. All it did was create a hole in the middle and rotate the whole mass around. After I added an additional cup of flour the Kenmore did a terrible job of getting the newly added cup mixed in. I got impatient and ended up transferring everything into the KitchenAid mixer and it promptly got the rest of the flour mixed in and did a great job kneading in general.

Whipping egg whites: Another poor showing by the Kenmore here as well. The Pro 600 was able to get the egg whites beaten to perfection in 2 minutes. After 7 minutes, the Kenmore was barely there. Another point to the Pro 600.

Conclusion aka the part people skipped to when the saw the wall of text above
The Kenmore Elite came with some nice features. The timer and the bowl light make great additions to a stand mixer. If that stand mixer can't do it's main function properly though, then what use is it? That's what I found myself wondering with the Kenmore Elite. What use is it to me? The KitchenAid Professional 600 does better at any task I compare the two at.

Overall rating for the Kenmore? Avoid at all costs.

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Absolutely gorgeous!


I have had a kid more elite 5 And for over 9 years now And love it. I have always wanted the bowl lift upgraded 6 qt Kenmore elite model But could never justify to myself spending The extra money when there is really nothing wrong with the old one. That was until this one went on sale and I just could not hold out any longer. Head to head with my sister's 6 qt kitchenaid there's no Comparison. Even though they are both built by Whirlpool which is the parent company of kitchenaid the Kenmore feels far more upscale and is Quieter as well. The LED light is a nice plus. BTW all kitchen aid accessories and attachments work with all Kenmore elite stand mixer models so my Grinder common spy relies or, food processor, shredder, and Juicer attachments all work.

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Why was I stuck on KitchenAid??


I'm a Cake Artist and have been using KitchenAid commercial mixers as long as I can remember. I never knew Kenmore had a line of mixers. I absolutely love it! It came with a 5 and 6 quart bowls, paddle, whisk, hook, and shield. It has a timer, pulse, and light. Unbelievable product. And did I mention the price? I'll never go back to KitchenAid.

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A Kitchen Aid Substitue


I bought this mixer on sale. The power it has and the bowl size this mixer has is fantastic. I can do almost anything with this mixer. Why pay for a Kitchen Aid when you can get this mixer which does the same job. I got a 5 and 6 quart bowl and I love that it has a light and timer.

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