What is the difference between KitchenAid Classic and Ultra Power?

STAND MIXER BASICS All of the models provide even mixing but the motor wattage varies depending on the capacity and power required. The Classic model has a 250-watt motor, the Ultra Power Plus model has a 300-watt motor and the Artisan/Architect models have 325-watt motors.

What model is the KitchenAid Ultra Power?

Ultra Power® Plus Series 4.5-Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer Black Matte KSM96BM | KitchenAid.

When did KitchenAid Ultra Power come out?

October 21, 2007
Product information

Product Dimensions 14.1 x 8.7 x 13.9 inches
Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 605 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #319,656 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining) #429 in Household Stand Mixers
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No
Date First Available October 21, 2007

How many watts is the KitchenAid Ultra Power mixer?

KitchenAid Ultra Power vs Artisan: The Same Mixers?

KitchenAid Ultra Power KitchenAid Artisan
Power, watts 300 325
Capacity, quarts 4.5 5
Bowl Type Stainless Steel without handle Stainless Steel with handle

What size bowl is on a KitchenAid Ultra Power?

4.5 quart
This Ultra Power stand mixer features a generous 4.5 quart stainless steel bowl which is held securely on the stand with an interlocking clamp, and the base will accommodate both the 3 and 5 quart bowls as well.

How many watts is the KitchenAid Ultra Power?

What is the difference between KitchenAid Artisan models?

Essentially all of the Kitchen Artisans are the same machine with 5 qt bowl capacities, tilt head design, and 325 watts of power. The KitchenAid Artisan Mixer differences are mainly in the color options, finishes, bowls, and accessories that are included with them.

Is a 325 watt mixer good?

It is by far KitchenAid’s most popular stand mixer and with good reason. The 325 watts of power are perfect for making recipes calling for up to 9 cups of flour.

What is the difference between an artisan and a classic KitchenAid?

Artisan mixer bowls have a convenient handle, while Classic mixers do not. Classic mixers come with a brushed (matte) stainless steel bowl, while Artisan mixers come with a polished (shiny) stainless steel bowl. Artisan mixers feature a pouring shield, and Classic mixers do not.