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KitchenAid (KSMC895ER) 8-Quart Stand Mixer with Bowl Guard (Empire Red)

Item# SPM9392704802 | Model# ADIB010FVYWZM | Added on April 1, 2018 |
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KitchenAid (KSMC895ER) 8-Quart Stand Mixer with Bowl Guard (Empire Red)
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Designed by professionals for professionals, the KitchenAid commercial Stand Mixer delivers extraordinary power, strength and capacity to take on the biggest batches, thickest batters and most challenging recipes. The KitchenAid (KSMC895ER) 8-Quart Stand Mixer with Bowl Guard is a baker's essential equipped to handle more than 8 pounds of dough for the perfect batch of cookies, bread, or crust in a single bowl. The bowl-lift design provides sturdy bowl support for stability for heavy ingredients or large batches. The lever smoothly raises the mixing bowl into position for efficient beater-to-bowl contact. The 10-speed slide control ranges from a very fast whip to a very slow stir and versatile power hub works with more than 12 available attachments to help you make anything and everything imaginable. Get professional results with the 1.3HP motor enabling your mixer to deliver consistent power to small and large loads with less heat build-up resulting in years of dependable mixing. The commercial mixer is NSF certified and includes a stainless steel bowl guard, Powerknead Spiral Dough Hook, Flat Beater, and Stainless Steel Wire Whip.

8-Qt Commercial Stand Mixer, stainless steel bowl guard, 1.3HP high efficiency DC motor, all-metal precise gear design, (includes: 8-quart brushed stainless steel bowl with J-style handle, stainless steel 11-wire elliptical whip, burnished stainless steel flat beater and stainless steel spiral dough hook), NSF Certified, 2-year warranty from ... read more
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