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 design of the machine feature as all-metal casing made out of stainless-steel, it is seamless to make cleaning easier and is also easy on the eyes so that it will fit in nicely on your counter-top. Among other things, the pro 600 is essentially a commercial grade machine that people have come to rely on. The head of the machine is made of a rigid design so that you can not shift the head back if you want to take out the bowl underneath. This is because of its seamless design features and will make it more durable and easier to clean.
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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