KitchenAid's hand mixer is an empire red color with seven speed controls and a Soft Start® feature to minimize splatters. The mixer includes two Turbo Beater™ II beaters and a 16 tine pro whisk to mix batters and beat egg whites. The soft grip handle is for comfortable use, and the swivel cord lock can be set to either side for left- or right-handed operation.
- Replaces KHM720ACA, KHM720ER
- Empire red color
- 7 operation speeds with digital controls - up and down arrow for adjustments
- On/off switch
- Soft Start® minimizes splatter by bringing the motor up to the speed slowly
- Swivel cord with lock to keep the cord out of the way while in use
- Soft grip handle
- Stainless steel Turbo Beater™ II Accessories - see below
- Accessory ejector button
- Heel rest
- 120 V/60 Hz/1-ph, NEMA 1-15P plug and 62-in. cord included
- Overall Dimensions: 3-1/2 in. W x 7-1/2 in. D x 6-7/16 in. H
- Turbo Beater™ II stainless steel beaters (2 beaters)
- 16-tine pro whisk (1 whisk)
7 Speed Controls
- 1 - For slow stirring
- 2 - Mixing batters
- 3 - Heavy mixtures (cookie dough or gelatin)
- 4 - Mashing potatoes
- 5 - Blending butter and sugar
- 6 - Whipping creams or mousse
- 7 - Beating egg whites
- Note: Beater accessories are not for mixing and kneading bread dough - a dough hook is recommended
7-Speed Hand Mixer with Stainless Steel Turbo Beater™ II Accessories and Pro Whisk with Soft Start™ feature, soft grip handle, lockable swivel cord, dishwasher safe, Empire Red
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"I am flummoxed by this portable mixer. First, there are no written instructions in the pamphlet about how to insert the beaters. BECAUSE, the bea..."
"I think this is a great mixer for everyday use. I don't like to get my big mixer out for smaller tasks. It has alot of power with multiple speeds..."
"I am flummoxed by this portable mixer. First, there are no written instructions in the pamphlet about how to insert the beaters. BECAUSE, the beaters only go into their individual slots if you look hard at the diagram on the underside of the mixer. Who would know that? So, the beaters keep slipping out or don't seat right until you figure this out. Second, you have to turn it on by pushing a button to the left. Then, increase the speed with an up arrow or down with a down button. ALL while you are holding on to the mixer which is immersed in batter. What do you do with your OTHER HAND? Nothing, it seems. Everything is dependent upon the hand holding the moving mixer. I have used it about three times just because it's too late to return it to the seller. BUYER BEWARE!!"
"I think this is a great mixer for everyday use. I don't like to get my big mixer out for smaller tasks. It has alot of power with multiple speeds."