Bosch MUM6N10UC Universal Plus Stand Mixer, 6.5-Quarts Great Price

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Bosch Mixer everything you "knead" to get started!

  • 6.5 Quart Mixing Bowl (Handles up to 14lbs of dough)
  • Dough Hook
  • Wire Whips
  • Plastic Whip Driver
  • Splash Ring
  • Mixing Bowl Lid
  • Dough hook extender
  • 4 Speeds & Pulse/ Momentary Switch
  • Bowls and accessories are Dishwasher Safe
  • 3-Year Warranty on Motor & Transmission
  • 20 + Accessories & Attachments Available

 Available in Canada Best in Years!

Bosch's reputation for quality began in 1952. The Bosch kitchen mixer is uniquely designed with its motor beneath the bowl, making it more compact and lightweight.

The heavy-duty dough hook is designed to mimic the motions of hand kneading to stretch, tuck, and fold the dough for maximum gluten development, kneading 100% of the dough every 4 rotations around the bowl. With the included dough hook extender, you can knead as little as one loaf of bread (3 cups flour) or up to 14 1-pound loaves, with either white or whole grain flour. The powerful belt-driven transmission delivers adequate torque to knead light or heavy loads without overheating or bogging down. The dough hook can mix up to 34 dozen cookies in a batch.

Dual wire whips create a triple whipping action and allow you to whip as little as one egg white. The cookie paddles are perfect for creaming butter and mixing medium to thick batters and cookie dough. The cake paddles thoroughly mix pourable batters or light mixtures without incorporating too much air. Ideal for quick breads, muffins, and pancakes which can become tough and chewy if over-mixed.

Four suction feet on the base grip the mixer to your counter for optimum stability.  Convenient cord storage. Many optional accessories and attachments are available to purchase separately for increased functionality, such as a blender, meat grinder, citrus juicer, food processor, slicer/shredder, pasta maker, and more.

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