BOSCH (TM) COMPACT
Comprised of the 400-watt power unit with integral cord storage, four-quart capacity mixing bowl, with anti-splash cover, beating, stirring whisks and dough hook and high speed drive cover.
- 400 max. watt motor drives bowl attachments with orbital action
- Four speeds with microprocessor speed control
- 6 lb. dough capacity with Makrilon bowl
- Includes bowl, stainless dough hook, stainless mixing whisk & stainless stirring whisk
- Bowl accessories are dishwasher safe
- 1 full year warranty on motor and transmission
Bosch (TM) Compact Series Kitchen Machine
Books and CD's are non-returnable. Kitchen items returned within 30 days of order are subject to a 25% restocking fee and must be returned in as-new condition in original packaging.
(Of course, in the case of a defective product, the item would be cheerfully replaced!)
The Compact comes with a dough hook, cookie-style mixing whip, and French whisk (blender and food processing attachments are optional -- contact us for pricing). It has the same orbital action to which most of us are accustomed – especially helpful for those who have found the DLX to have a bit of a learning curve. The Makrilon bowl and stainless steel accessories are easy to clean and the mixer itself is easy to use.
Just yesterday, I dumped in an entire pot of drained boiled potatoes, a little salt and butter and milk, popped on the translucent splatter cover (in a lovely pale blue that coordinates with my kitchen!), and had creamy mashed potatoes in less than a minute. It handles a basic two-loaf bread recipe with ease and, as I type, I’m finishing a four-loaf recipe to see if it fits (it does).
I’ve been very pleased with the performance of the mixer, ease of use and clean-up, and the texture of the baked goods I’ve turned out with the Compact. For the price and the quality, it's a great value. -Vicki
AS SHOWN ABOVE
Compact mixer with attachments
shown AND blender $250
Prepare your family's baked goods with healthier flours!
Use one of our grain mills to produce fresh flours with the nutrients intact. Not only can you use regular wheat, but you can try spelt, kamut, rye, barley, rice, millet, and more!
(Did you know that as soon as grain is milled, the nutrients begin to oxidize? How old is the stuff on the store shelf?)