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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Chipped beater I have had my Kitchenaid mixer for years and love it. However I am not happy with the flat beater. It has started to chip and I am afraid if i use it the white stuff will end up in my food. I had to order a new beater that I have not gotten yet. Hopefully it will last
Date published: 2017-08-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from attachment quality of late have had my kitchenaid for over 30 yrs! just now i am faced with having to replace the 'coated' paddle..has started not to peel but just wear away, having said all that i know many of my friends that purchased new mixers are not happy with the quality of the new ones! even the motors are failing!! don't know why Kitchenaid is not on top of this but if i have to one day i will buy a different brand!! Kitchenaid is not the only company that manufactures mixers...lots of excellent brands from Europe and elsewhere..so i recommend that the company take our complaints seriously, although, i personally have not had a problem with mine and i don't plan on buying a new just for the sake of a 'new' color.
Date published: 2017-07-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Chipped Beater & Whisk Attachment I got my second Kitchenaid Stand Mixer as a wedding present. After a few months of use, one day while I was making whipping cream, I noticed that there were weird metallic colours in my whipping cream. To my shock, my beater attachment's paint had worn off and now was going into my food. This was the same case for my whisk attachment. Some dark metallic paint (?) was rubbing off from the whisk attachment! I don't know what they changed but my first Kitchenaid Mixer (from 8+ years ago!) has had no problems like this new one! Ugh!
Date published: 2017-09-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from KitchenAid Coated Flat Beater chips too easily Yesterday the Attachment Hub loosened and fell into my zucchini bread batter, initially unnoticed by me. As the beater hit it, it unbalanced the mixer bowl and I quickly shut the mixer off, discovered the problem and removed the Hub from the batter. Unfortunately I didn't notice until washing it that, in coming into contact with the flat beater for even a brief period of time, it had chipped off a 1/4" section of coating on the bar. Had to discard the batch as there is no information regarding the composition of the bar coating, and can't imagine it is anything we would want to consume. A better design would be plain stainless steel or aluminum, yes? Or something that cannot chip.
Date published: 2017-09-15
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