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Hammered stainless steel mixing bowl for 4.3, 4.7 or 4.8 L tilt-head mixers.

€ 101.15€ 119.00

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Hammered finish stainless steel bowl

The hammered effect on this hard-wearing bowl brings an interesting touch to your kitchen mixer. Crafted from durable but lightweight stainless steel, this textured KitchenAid mixer bowl makes mixing and transferring ingredients easy.

Made for 4.3, 4.7 & 4.8 L tilt-head mixers

4.8 L capacity

Stainless steel

Ergonomic handle


Vintage feel that’s durable and dependable

Want something a bit different? With its refined hammered finish, this KitchenAid stainless steel bowl (5KSM5SSBHM) is stylish and sturdy. Made from lightweight stainless steel, it can hold up to 1 kg of flour and 12 eggs, with an ergonomic handle that fits comfortably in your hands. You’re all ready to go!


Dishwasher safe for the easiest clean up

No hand washing necessary! The KitchenAid hammered bowl is dishwasher safe, which makes cleaning up even the stickiest of ingredients a walk in the park. When you’ve finished making something delicious, simply pop it in your dishwasher for perfect results, every time.


Strong, sturdy and ready for a challenge!

Crafted from durable but light stainless steel, this KitchenAid bowl is built to handle whatever you throw at it – so you’ll have peace of mind whether you’re beating, whipping, mashing or pounding. It’s non-porous too, which means it won’t absorb odours, flavours, or bacteria from food. Keep using it with complete peace of mind.


Special accessory for your mixer

Give your stand mixer some character and texture with this hammered finish mixing bowl. This KitchenAid stainless steel bowl has a 4.8 L capacity, and is designed to fit your 4.3, 4.7 or 4.8 L tilt-head mixer. You can put in up to 1 kg of flour and 12 eggs, as an example, and create small-to-large mixtures for your recipes. What will you dream up first?

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