What is the difference between KitchenAid Artisan and custom?

What is the difference between KitchenAid Artisan and custom?

What is the difference between KitchenAid Artisan and custom?

The Custom Metallic series is the upper crust of the Artisan models with stunning, high end metal finishes. This Artisan Mixer comes with the same accessories as the standard KitchenAid Artisan Mixer with a stainless steel bowl with handle, coated beater, coated dough hook and wire whip.

What is the most popular KitchenAid stand mixer color?

Blue Velvet
According to KitchenAid’s survey of over 5,000 stand mixer households, the most popular color is the calming Blue Velvet, a favorite for 18 states overall. The retro Aqua Sky and brand new Kyoto Glow were next with another 18 states combined.

Does KitchenAid Professional 5 have metal gears?

A: Hi Lee, The Pro 5 and Pro 6 stand mixers have metal gears. KitchenAid does offer a 5 quart mixing bowl that fits the Pro 600.

Which KitchenAid mixer color is closest to stainless steel?

If you are looking for something that will complement stainless steel, then Contour Silver is a brilliant choice, it is also one of America’s top 10 most popular colors.

Why is there a shortage of KitchenAid stand mixers?

The stand mixer shortage was first experienced in 2020 as many brands were struggling to get materials and parts from their suppliers. This caused a domino effect on every business that depends upon other vendors and their components to produce and assemble their final product (stand mixers in our case).

Which KitchenAid mixer is metal?

KitchenAid’s Professional 500 Stand Mixer is a substantial piece of equipment. The High Performance 325 watt motor delivers enough power to handle the heaviest mixtures, and mix large batches easily. It’s body features durable, die-cast metal construction, and offers a direct-drive transmission with all metal gears.

Where is the KitchenAid stand mixer made?

Greenville, Ohio
The KitchenAid stand mixer is the tool of the trade of cooking, especially baking. At $200 and up, it’s an investment in both money and counter space — and it’s still being made in the U.S. The mixers have been made in Greenville, Ohio, since 1941.