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Kitchenaid Pro 600 Series 6 Quart Bowl-lift Stand Mixer

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Kitchenaid Professional 600 Stand Mixer

The Good
  • Kitchenaid Professional 600 is both steady and sturdy
  • It comes with a heavy-duty motor that can take any mixing job from simple to heavy efficiently
  • The 6-quart stainless steel bowl can accommodate a relatively larger amount of mixtures
  • Stainless steel bowl has a handle for added comfort and convenience
  • Adjustable bowl height to achieve desired bowl to beater clearance
  • Mixer is programmed with a Soft Start feature to avoid splash-out of ingredients and flour puff
  • It is equipped with ten mixing speeds
  • Time and energy-saving
  • Compatible with several attachments
  • Kitchenaid Professional 600 available in 15 colors
  • Bowl-lift design. The bowl lift mixers were initially designed for commercial use where higher horsepower is required to make larger batches of ingredients and knead thick bread dough. Also, the bowl-lift can stay in its place under the cabinets while in use
The Bad
  • The KitchenAid Professional 600 has a large frame thus space-consuming
  • Limited mobility due to its weight
  • Operates loudly
  • Costly
Review: Kitchenaid Pro Line Stand Mixer

The Good
  • 1.3 horsepower motor
  • Large 6-quart capacity
  • Compatible with more than a dozen accessories
  • Ergonomic knobs and handles
  • Five-year limited total replacement warranty
The Bad
  • Expensive
  • Might be bigger than what most shoppers need
Kitchenaid Professional 600 Mixer Review

The Good
  • Designed to Make More – Larger paddle, whisk, and dough hook with larger bowl makes bigger cooking jobs much easier and faster
  • Better For Bread – Much better for bread dough compared to KitchenAid Artisan tilt-head models. Make bigger batches with better kneading action with the large dough hook
  • Do More than Mixing – Extremely versatile, turn your KitchenAid into a multi-appliance with the meat grinder, spiralizer, or grain mill attachments
The Bad
  • Imposing Presence – Very tall and heavy. Make sure you have enough clearance on your counter if you want to keep your mixer displayed in the kitchen
  • Big Tools Need Big Portions – Smaller batches do not mix well and are harder to make with large tools and a large bowl
  • Grab The Sponge – Mixing attachments are not dishwasher safe – hand wash only
  • Clean the Bowl First – The stainless steel mixing bowl takes quite a bit of cleaning to remove all of the food safe mechanical polish from the factory
Kitchenaid Mixer

The Good
  • Fixed head offers stability for churning through large batches
  • Bowl has handle for ease of operation
  • Lift handle to raise and lower bowl with one hand
  • Includes pouring shield
The Bad
  • Highest price
  • Fixed head makes cleanup a little more difficult

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