This Globe planetary mixer features a polycarbonate bowl guard to prevent splashing. The safety interlock microswitches for the bowl guard and lift prevent accidents. This planetary mixer offers a flat beater, wire whip, and dough hook for versatility of use. The stainless steel accessories are durable and easy to clean.
- 3 fixed speeds for easy user operation
- Polycarbonate bowl guard allows you to add ingredients without splash back
- 8-qt. stainless steel bowl is durable and easy to clean
- 15 minute digital timer allows user to start the mixer and walk away
- Separate start and emergency stop buttons for safe usage
- Front-mounted controls for easy operation
- 110 V/60 Hz/1-ph, 5 A, NEMA 5-15 cord and plug included
- Overall Dimensions: 11.8-in. W x 15.8-in. D x 22.9-in. H
- UL and NSF certified
Planetary Mixer, countertop, 8-qt. 304 stainless steel bowl, (3) fixed speeds, digital controls with 15-minute timer, permanently lubricated gear-driven transmission, polycarbonate bowl guard, removable bowl lift, thermal overload protection, cast aluminum body, includes: stainless steel wire whip, aluminum spiral dough hook & flat beater, 1/4 HP, 115v/60/1-ph, 5.0 amps, 6ft cord with NEMA 5-15P, cETLus, NSF
*The warranty will not be honored for residential or non-commercial use of any Commercial Equipment.
Globe SP8 SpecificationsPDF Spec Sheet
|Category||Countertop Planetary Mixers|
|Warranty||2-yr. Limited Parts & Labor; 1-yr. Parts Agitators & Hub Accessories|
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"I have a 20 year old Kitchenaid that has never failed. It makes simple breads and one loaf wonderfully. But when I got into making artisian bre..."
"I have a 20 year old Kitchenaid that has never failed. It makes simple breads and one loaf wonderfully. But when I got into making artisian breads, the old Kitchenaid just walked all over the counter and eventually couldn't fulfill the task. So, I bought a 5Qt Kitcheaid and was disappointed when it stripped its gears making 2 loafs of white bread. Returned it and the second one did the same in 2 months of making bread every weekend. So... I expanded my budget, returned the Kitchenaid for a refund, and set out to get something better. I considered the Hobart 5qt but it was too expensive. So, I got the Globe 8QT and it was a good price and a good size for the kitchen. On receiving, my first batch was 3 loafs of white bread that would have killed the kitchenaid... and the Globe 8Qt largely didn't seem to notice. The motor sounded like it didn't even have anything in the bowl and it plowed through the mixing for 12 minutes without any problems. It never even heated up like the kitchenaid did. It's like having a 450 horse power truck driving on a flat road even when towing a 25000 pound trailer. This thing is perfect for my weekend bread making hobby and the price is right to make it affordable."