Cuisinart SM-70 7-Quart 12-Speed Stand Mixer, White

August 27, 2014 - Comment

Housed in durable die-cast metal, this stand mixer features a powerful 1,000-watt motor that can handle the heaviest mixing tasks. Its extra-large, 7-quart, stainless-steel bowl accommodates big batches–even double or triple recipes. The unit also provides 12 mixing speeds, along with a 15-minute countdown timer and automatic shutoff, for maximum precision. Choose the slow-start function

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Housed in durable die-cast metal, this stand mixer features a powerful 1,000-watt motor that can handle the heaviest mixing tasks. Its extra-large, 7-quart, stainless-steel bowl accommodates big batches–even double or triple recipes. The unit also provides 12 mixing speeds, along with a 15-minute countdown timer and automatic shutoff, for maximum precision. Choose the slow-start function to eliminate splatter or the ultra-gentle fold function to carefully blend in delicate ingredients. The mixer’s tilt-back head allows for easy access to the mixing bowl and makes attaching accessories simple.

Accessories include a chef’s whisk, a flat mixing paddle, and a dough hook, as well as a splashguard. The whisk aerates ingredients to increase volume or can also be used on slow speed to gently combine dry ingredients. Contoured to reach the bottom and sides of the bowl, the flat mixing paddle ensures thorough mixing. The dough hook makes hand kneading obsolete, while the splashguard offers an extra-wide pouring spout for easily adding ingredients. The stand mixer also contains three power outlets, including a high-speed outlet for its optional dedicated attachments (meat grinder, citrus juicer, blender, food processor, or pasta maker–all sold separately). The stand mixer measures 15-1/2 by 11 by 14-1/2 inches and carries a three-year product warranty and a five-year motor warranty.

From the Manufacturer

Cuisinart SM 70 7 Quart 12 Speed Stand Mixer, White% More than 30 years ago Cuisinart changed the way the world cooked. Now it’s changing the way the world mixes with the Cuisinart stand mixer. The new extra-large Cuisinart 7-quart mixer has the power, capacity, and precision to handle any job a recipe requires and delivers more power to mix even the heaviest dough. There’s also more capacity to double and triple recipes. The mixer comes with three accessories, allowing you to mix, whip, or even knead dough. It has 12 speeds to ensure splatter-free starts and fabulous finishes. In addition, Cuisinart offers optional attachments that can be purchased separately. Each attachment connects to one of the three power outlets on the mixer (two on the top and one on the front) to let you blend, process food, squeeze juice from your favorite citrus fruits, make homemade pasta, or grind your own meats.

Multiple Outlets Mean More Functionality

High-speed power outlet for the blender and food processor attachment (sold separately), which connects to the rear power outlet on top of the stand mixer. Mid-speed power outlet for the citrus juicer attachment (sold separately), which connects to the front power outlet on the top of the stand mixer. Slow-speed power outlet for the large meat grinder and the pasta-maker attachments (sold separately), which connect to the power outlet behind the slow-speed outlet cover on the front of the stand mixer head.

An Array of Helpful Features

Cuisinart SM 70 7 Quart 12 Speed Stand Mixer, White% The mixer’s tilt-back head securely locks the stand mixer into a raised position, which allows easy access to the 7-quart mixing bowl and makes it easy to attach accessories. The stainless-steel bowl includes handles, which makes the bowl easy to hold, scrape, and remove, and it’s oversized to let you mix larger quantities.

The mixer has a handy 15-minute countdown timer as well as a slow-start function that eliminates splatter for the most delicate ingredients. The fold function allows you to mix in ingredients at the lowest speed with two options–continuous, to blend ingredients, and pulse, to combine ingredients. Each pulse generates 1-1/2 to 2-1/2 revolutions of the flat mixing paddle, chef’s whisk, or dough hook. The flat mixing paddle, dough hook, or chef’s whisk spins independently while rotating around the mixing bowl for the quickest, most thorough results. No need to rotate the mixing bowl–Cuisinart’s stand mixer does all the work for you.

Features:

Extra-large 7-quart-capacity polished stainless-steel bowl Powerful 1,000-watt motor 15-minute countdown timer Auto shutoff and 12 speeds Includes 3 accessories: chef’s whisk, flat mixing paddle, dough hook Splashguard with pour spout to prevent spattering Recipe book Power unit: clean with a damp cloth and dry Bowls and tools dishwasher-safe (tools top-rack dishwasher-safe) Warranty: Limited 3-year product warranty and a full 5-year motor warranty

Product Features

  • 1,000-watt stand mixer housed in durable die-cast metal
  • 12 speeds; 7-quart stainless-steel bowl; slow-start and gentle-fold functions
  • 15-minute countdown timer; 3 power outlets; auto shutoff; tilt-back head
  • Chef’s whisk, flat mixing paddle, dough hook, and splashguard included
  • Measures 15-1/2 by 11 by 14-1/2 inches; 3-year warranty; 5-year motor warranty

Comments

koffeemann says:

Better than Kitchenaid I make bread weekly using a mixer and recently my Kitchenaid motor gave out after overheating. Though I prefer the looks of the Kitchenaid mixers (something more industrial about them), Cuisinart has addressed several of the key problems found in Kitchenaid mixers: not enough power, overly wide bowl shape, absene of timer/minimal speed control. The stronger motor is crucial if you’re mixing bread doughs for minutes at a time. The taller, more narrow bowl shape prevents spilling. The timer…

Robert Brian Lamm "robeezee" says:

Unexpected Pleasure and Performance I have owned a few KitchenAid 5 Qt mixers, and even a Hobart Professional 5 Qt (45 lbs, 3 speed manual transmission). I was disappointed to hear (but never experienced) the problems users encountered when KitchenAid changed their gearbox from metal to plastic (yes, their gearbox, not their gears). Therefore, the assurance that currently appears on their product box that their mixers have “all metal gears” does not address the problem of the gearbox COVER material. Whether K’Aid has addressed…

Glenn Carlson says:

A huge disappointment I have had the 7 quart Cuisinart stand mixer for about five months now and initially had high hopes for it based on the marketing claims. However, the mixer has turned out to be a huge disappointment and a costly purchasing mistake. My main reasons for choosing to purchase this mixer were the 16 cup flour rating and the claims about the motor power. Both of these claims by the manufacturer are complete nonsense. For making doughs, the 7 quart Cuisinart mixer has a maximum capability of…

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