Is There More To The AEG KM4000 UltraMix Kitchen Machine Than A Second Bowl And Good Looks?
Power, reliability and versatility are important traits in a desirable food mixer and that is precisely what is promised with the AEG KM4000 UltraMix Kitchen Machine.
This food mixer comes with a series of helpful attachments and two different sized bowls for different tasks, a powerful action and tilt head system and a die-cast solid metal body. According to the manufacturers, this machine will “help you master all kinds of culinary challenges”. Is this the experience of users?
What benefits have buyers appreciated when testing out this AEG KM4000?
Many of the reviews for this machine talk about the looks because this AEG model is a great looking machine that buyers can happily leave out on the kitchen counter when not in use – especially if they have a love of watermelon red.
This vibrancy, plus the use of the stainless steel and the LED lights, give a clean modern look with the benefit of functionality, the LED giving users progress updates on the mixture.
This clean look is enhanced by the fact that it is all pretty easy to wipe down and keep clean after a session of baking, which itself is aided by the way that the attachments scrape and mix around the whole bowl instead of leaving areas behind.
There is the clear sense that this AEG KM4000 UltraMix Kitchen Machine is designed to make things as easy possible for users when it comes to all the different functions and mixing abilities and this also seen in the range of attachments and the power.
The dough hook, beater and balloon whisk all serve their purpose and the addition of the second, shallower bowl is a nice touch. The power of the 1000w motor is noticeable and the 10 speed settings add great variety to proceeding; the problem is that this has led to noise issues for a couple of users.
Why is noise a problem and are there any other issues for buyers to be worried about with this AEG KM4000 UltraMix Kitchen Mixer?
There are occasional complaints about the noise that this machine makes in certain situations. There are some that say that there is a strange mechanical noise on the lower speed setting and others that noise a sort of straining sound at high capacity.
The good news is that these reports are rare and do not seem to have too much of impact on the performance of the food mixer. A more common complaint with this product relates to manual. The text on the guide has been so roughly translated from the original language that it makes the instructions and recipes difficult to follow.
Summary: does this minor negative feedback mean that the AEG UltraMix is still a recommendable option for buyers?
It can be said that the issues with the noise at the high and low end of the machine’s range of abilities and the poor instruction limit the idea of reliability and versatility a little as buyers may not be using it to its full potential.
Those that have gotten past these problems, however, would definitely recommend this AEG food mixer to other users because of the high quality of the parts, the great look and the performance of those accessories.