KitchenAid Artisan Mini シリーズ チルトヘッドスタンドミキサー 3.5クォート 3.5クォート ホワイト 607993-KSM3311XFW
- KitchenAid KSM3311XFW Artisan Mini Series Tilt-Head Stand Mixer, Matte White, 3.5 quart
- 3.5 quart
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【国内正規輸入品】キッチンエイド(Kitchen Aid) スタンドミキサー KSM150+2.8Lボゥル+フードグラインダー+注入用カバー付き≪お得セット≫(ホワイト)
【日本国内正規輸入品】 キッチンエイド KitchenAid 3.5QTスタンドミキサー+フードグラインダー+注入用カバー 特別セット KSM3512FGBM
業務用 卓上型 ミキサー PRO-MX7
KitchenAid ５クォート KSM150 アーティシャン・シリーズ キッチンエイドミキサー (Metallic Chrome) 【並行輸入品】
キッチンエイド(Kitchen Aid) スタンドミキサー 4.3ℓ アイスブルー KSM95IC
|パッケージ寸法||42.67 x 40.89 x 26.92 cm||52.59 x 41.59 x 27.59 cm||60.99 x 40.79 x 27.79 cm||43.89 x 40.19 x 37.99 cm||43.17 x 41.90 x 28.57 cm||42.59 x 42.19 x 28.59 cm|
|パッケージの重さ||8.95 kg||13.18 kg||10.80 kg||12.95 kg||11.74 kg||11.66 kg|
25% lighter, 20% smaller footprint (compared with KitchenAid Classic Stand Mixer);Compatible with all attachments. Excludes bowls and beaters.;The tilt-head design allows clear access to the bowl and attached beater or accessory so you can easily add ingredients for a recipe. Locking the head into place during operation keeps the beater-to-bowl contact close and efficient.;With colors from bold to understated, there's a Mini to match both your kitchen and your style;Powerful enough for nearly any task or recipe, whether you're stirring wet and dry ingredients together, kneading bread dough or whipping cream.
|星5つ 69% (69%)||69%|
|星4つ 11% (11%)||11%|
|星3つ 7% (7%)||7%|
|星2つ 4% (4%)||4%|
|星1つ 9% (9%)||9%|
There is quite a difference in the sizes of the two machines. The Mini is smaller and lighter. The bowl and attachments are also smaller, and not interchangeable.
I decided make a Raspberry loaf, which is something I make often with the large mixer. I put in the butter which was still a little cold whip and soften, which is what I usually do. The mini struggled a bit with it. Even though I had it locked, the head of the mixer was still rising up a little. The paddle sounded like it was hitting the sides or like it was vibrating. It was quite loud. This continued on as I added the sugar and left it on max speed. As I continued to add more ingredients and decrease the speed, it wasn’t as loud and mixed pretty good.
After having the chance to try it out, I don’t think I’d be able to replace my full size Artisan with it. While it was smaller and took up less space, the bowl was a little too small for my liking. I also found that the difference in wattage was more noticeable than I thought it would be. I would imagine that it would struggle with certain recipes like dough and candy as my full size mixer sometimes does.
Some things that I think need to be added are a handle for the bowl and a splash guard. I found it odd that both were not included.
So, I don’t dislike the mixer, I just don’t love it. I think the issue with the mixer still moving while locked needs to be addressed though if it isn’t just a flaw in my mixer. I think it is good for those who struggle with counter or storage space and who want to use it for making cookies, cakes, etc. that does not require a lot of power and for those who want to make a batch at a time. If you have the space for it, I’d go with the larger mixers as they are pretty similar in price at this current time.
( KitchenAid Professional 600 Stand Mixer - 6 qt - Pro 600 - Pearl Metallic ).
My current model is large and very heavy, but I have no complaints when making anything from whipped cream to heavy bread. It sometimes struggles with a large and very heavy bread dough, but has yet to fail me. As far as this model goes, I would not attempt to mix this same heavy dough. First of all, the bowl could not really handle the volume and secondly, the mixer just doesn’t have the same power as the Pro Plus. This mixer did struggle slightly (head vibrated on high speed) with a cookie recipe so I wouldn’t want to overtax it with that large and heavy bread dough. I would recommend half that bread recipe as opposed to the full recipe I use in the Pro Plus. I also find the Pro Plus mixes bread dough a bit better, but perhaps this is because it has an “S” curve dough hook as opposed to the “hook” that comes with this one. When I mixed the bread dough in this one, I made sure to keep the speed at 3 or below during the kneading process and the dough did come out great! It was kneaded well and felt good, so this is a definite plus for the mini. On the downside, I did notice a little bit of a smell when I heard the gears struggling as the dough got “thicker” during the knead. It didn’t harm the machine and I have had this smell on the Pro before, so I am chalking it up to the “break-in” period because the smell was no longer there after 4-5 heavy uses. I just wanted you to be aware of this if you get the machine and notice a smell in the beginning. If you keep getting this smell after multiple uses, I would definitely return the machine before the warranty expires though. Everything else I tried in this machine, like whipped cream, cookies, and potatoes, was a non-issue. It mixed everything perfectly and didn’t jump around on the counter even with its light weight.
When it comes to size and weight, this is where the mini really shines. It is definitely much smaller than the Pro and weighs much less when moving it around (I didn’t put it on a scale though). It is perfect for a condo or small apartment where space is at a premium. It is also a huge step up compared to your typical stand mixer ( Hamilton Beach 64698 Hand/Stand Mixer with Glass Bowl, Black ) or the hand mixer ( KitchenAid KHM512ER 5-Speed Hand Mixer, Empire Red ) you may be used to. In fact it takes up about the same amount of space as the stand mixer mentioned above and has much more functionality. If you do not have a large kitchen, this could be a machine for you. It is also low enough to fit under most cupboards. My Pro Plus will not fit under my counters and I have a large kitchen with high cupboards. Again, I just can’t get over the power in this thing considering its diminutive size!
There are only a few negatives to this machine and you can decide if they will keep you from purchasing. The bowl is very small and you really only have about 2.5 to 3 quarts (out of the possible 3.5) of working space. You can still do a 2lb. bread dough and a normal cookie recipe, but I find the bowl is still small when comparing it to my Pro Plus. I also find it difficult to add ingredients to the bowl; it would be nice if they included a bonus pouring shield with this mixer. Picky I know, but without a wider bowl, this is almost necessary. I also do not like the mixing paddle because it has no centre post. I don’t understand why they did this. The dough always ends up in the middle of this attachment. Not so with my Pro Plus mixing paddle because it has a post. In order to clear the paddle you have to stop the machine, remove the ball of dough and re-start the mixing process. You have to do this several times when doing a cookie or dough recipe. This is inconvenient to say the least. The final negative I have is the price. For another $70-$100 you could move up to the much more capable Pro that is mentioned above. I think the price for this should be around the $300-$350 mark and I would be happy.
Overall, I really like this mixer. I do prefer my full size Pro Plus, but I have a large kitchen. If I was in a condo or had a small kitchen, then I would be giving the mini some serious consideration. It is very capable, but cannot match the full size machine for power. If you have the room or are willing to give up counter space, you may want to give the bigger machine some thought. If the mini was priced more accordingly, I would have a tougher time making a decision. As it stands, I think I would end up giving up the counter space and going for the larger machine because I think in the long run it is a better deal. That is a personal preference though. I do a lot of cooking and use my machine regularly. If you are more of a casual cook/baker the mini is definitely worth your time as it has much more functionality than the cheaper stand mixers. Taking everything into consideration, I am giving this machine a final score of 4. I am very impressed by the compact size, decent power, and functionality, but I don’t like the price (-1/2 star), bowl size (-1/4 star), and mixing paddle (-1/4 star). The negatives are minor (other than the price) so I am only taking away the one star. If you do decide to purchase this item I really don’t think you will be disappointed. Just go into it with your eyes open about the negatives I have mentioned.
Good luck with your decision.
Kitchen aid for a new one. I saw the mini Kitchen aid on t.v. and after a year of using a hand held mixer I decided to try the smaller mixer. I LOVE it!, It's not quite as powerful as the regular sized one but I was able to make my Christmas bread, whip cream, cookie dough etc. It is much lighter in weight and fits under the counter when not being used, it is perfect!
1 cup heavy cream with whip attachment and pour cover. Whip from 3 - 10 for 5 minutes. Stop, remove cover, tilt, scrape down. Start again, introduce 1/2 cup cold water. Whip some more. Maybe 5 more minutes, introduce 1 Tablespoon of lemon juice. It will get very smooth. Maybe five or 8 more minutes. Stop, put in a large wire mesh bowl on top of a two or more cup bowl. The buttermilk (whey) will drain. Press with a rubber spatula to squeeze out remaining whey. Scrape bottom of mesh, return to mesh and keep pressing. Put the butter in a ramekin and continue to press down with the small rubber spatula. Enjoy- great on homemade bread!
So happy of what this little thing can do.