Well I am very impressed
I was an electric hand beater user, well no more. I bought the KMart Diecast stand mixer just after Christmas (thanks to my companies Christmas gift voucher) and just used today for first time making my New York style baked cheesecake. I tested the highest speed and the stand did not move a millimetre. I got a lighter and fuller cheesecake filling. It mixed very well, wasn’t noisy, super smooth, easy to operate and the end result was way better than expected. I did stop and scrape the sides once or twice, but I would always do that when using ...the electric hand beaters anyway. I did my research, it was voted no. 6 on Canstar Blue reviews beating (pardon the pun) many well known brands, I watched the channel nine test and read every review I could find. For an occasional user like me it is great value and does the job. I just could not justify spending hundreds of $ on better brands, for the sake of having a brand name. It is a 10 out 10 for me
Purchased in December 2020 for $149.00.
Amazing Stand Mixer! Would recommend!
I’ve used it a few times including making bread and for dough. I believe the motor is really powerful although it does shake a bit and a bit loud on the higher settings. But the quality is really good for the price, considering the attachments are metal and the base is quite heavy. The attachments also reach the bottom of the bowl which is rare even for more expensive stand mixers!
Purchased in May 2020 at Kmart for $119.00.
Questions & Answers
Does anyone know if the 300watt mixer is direct drive meaning the mixing speed is directly proportional to the motor speed like the kitchen aid mixers
As opposed to indirect where usually a higher watt motor is used and the mixing speed is determined by gears
The manufacturer will know
Hi, what is the maximum weight of flour (bread dough) this can mix at a time?
The mixer I am currently using also bought from Kmart for $70 but unable to mix even 1kg of flour as the machine gives an unusual noise with a vibration.
Is the 1000 W a misprint? I just purchased the Diecast Stand Mixer from Kmart yesterday (08 March 2021) and the wattage is 300 W. Quite a difference! In all other respects it looks exactly the same. Have Kmart changed elements of this mixer? Also my purchase price was $149.00 not the $119.00 noted above. Can anyone shed some light?
Kmart can obviously
Thanks for taking the time to provide your helpful reply. Unfortunately though, Kmart were unable to shed any light on this question which is why it was posted here.
The Kmart website says 300W, splash guard, charcoal, $149 and SKU 42951315. The Kmart manual says 300W and model SM267K
This site lists different part, different power, no splash guard, black and different price.
At a guess… this site is quoting either an older or different machine.
As it is obviously important to you, please resolve with this site and post their response. Thanks
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This diecast stand mixer lets you blend ingredients to make cakes or dough. It comes with accessories including a beater, dough hook, splash guard and balloon whisk, which seems reasonable for $119.
The stand function makes this mixer more convenient and stable to use than a hand mixer. A 4.6L mixing bowl provides generous space for ingredients, while the 1000 wattage also suggests that this stand mixer is built with a fairly powerful motor.
|Category||Benchtop Food Mixers|
|Number of Mixing Speeds||12|
|Bowl Material||Stainless Steel|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year(s)|
|Colour / Finish||Black|
- MPN: 42865223
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