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Kenmore Elite 89208
 
Approximate retail price:
$199.99
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Summary: This Kenmore stand mixer

  • is a tilt-head style. This model has
  • bowl handles,
  • whisk,
  • additional small mixer bowl,
  • and a Stainless steel bowl.
  • It can run attachments.
  • Whipping time is Excellent.
  • It is 14 inches in height
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About - Kenmore Elite 89208

The Kenmore Elite 89208 is part of the mixer test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, stand mixer models like the Elite 89208 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.


Bowl material:
Either SS (Stainless Steel) , P (Plastic) or G (Glass).

Bowl size (qt.):
Manufacturer's claimed bowl volume, to the next highest half-quart.

Weight (lbs.):
Weight of mixer, bowl, beater/s, and cord, to the nearest one-half pound. Weight may be important if you plan to move the mixer in and out of a cabinet for storage.
Features & Specs - Kenmore Elite 89208
info Detachable hand mixer No
info Single beater style Yes
info Whisk Yes
info Takes power attachments Yes
info Two loaf capable Yes
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User Reviews - Kenmore Elite 89208
User Reviews
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3.0
The bowl doesn't rotate.
1/5/2014
Pros
Cons
The Bowl Doesn't Rotate
Best Uses
Comment:
The bowl doesn't rotate. Was very surprised that for $250, the bowl doesn't even rotate.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
4.0
I like the Kenmore Elite mixer, but . .
6/24/2013
Pros
Capacity
Even Mixing
Heavy Duty
Cons
No Attachments Available
Best Uses
Bread
Cakes & Cookies
Candy
Meringue
Comment:
I do a lot of baking, especially yeast bread, and this mixer has the power to mix and knead two loaves, and the 5-qt bowl easily accommodates dough for them. My only real ding would be that apparently attachments are unavailable from Kenmore, and no information is available whether KitchenAid attachments will fit the attachment hub, and they're a little expensive to test out. I would like to make pasta, grind meat and grain and make ice cream, but my hands are tied by this. Otherwise, great!
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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