Published at Saturday, April 14th, 2018 - 07:50:19 AM. Kitchenaid. By Lucija Bališ.
Excerpt from What is Better KitchenAid Artisan or Professional? - Comparison & Review :
The KitchenAid Artisan comes with a variable speed setting with 10 alternatives so no matter what you are making you can always have the right amount of torque or speed provided by the powerful 325 Watt motor. The multipurpose head design allows for easy replacement of accessories so you can change between a wide range of tools. These accessories are sold separately, but you can use some interesting things with it to give it whole new abilities. For example, you can even make it into a meat-grinder for making sausages, or make it squeeze refreshingly fresh orange juice for breakfast.
The main disadvantages it has over the 600 mixers is that it has a less powerful motor and have less capacity in its bowl. This may cause it to start straining a little while kneading big pieces of dough. Even though it's lighter than the KitchenAid 600 mixer, it is still heavy enough to be regarded as a permanent machine on the kitchen bench and you have to find a square foot of dedicated space for it. But the designers had this in mind when they built the machine and it will definitely look good wherever you put it.
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