Since 1952, the BOSCH Universal Kitchen Machine has kept its reputation of quality and endurance. Many customers have been using their BOSCH machines for over 30 years and can tell you they will continue to use it for another 30 years. This great kitchen appliance can mix, knead, blend and whip to your heart's content, making smooth doughs, icings, batters and more. You can even whip up your egg whites perfectly for those picky recipes that require exact precision.
Not only does the BOSCH universal plus machine handle all the mixing, but there are dozens of custom BOSCH attachments and accessories available to make yours the universal go-to for every need.
Packaging: The BOSCH Universal Plus Mixer weights only 12.5 pounds. Ships in one large 12 x 16 x 11 box, which weighs approximately 13 pounds.
I have the Bosch mixer and the blender. I've been using my Bosch to make bread for 14 years and it's still going strong! It's been to Ghana and back with me several times. I always made room in my luggage for it. I've also used the kitchen aid and did not like it at all.Review by Kim
We purchased the Bosch initially for mixing breads. It is fabulous! And holds up well to the work I put it through. It was a delight to find the blender came with it. After our food processor went out, we found the Bosch had an attachment for this, too. It would be beneficial if the directions came WITH it. We were able to find this online. HUGE HINT: the cover for the mixer MUST be place on the center of the mixing bowl, so the processor will work. All pieces MUST be secured before the processor WILL work. It's a fantastic product. Again....be sure to have the directions, or know how to find them online. We almost sent it back; thankfully, we didn't have to.Review by Trish
I've been using the mixer for just over a year, baking bread most weekends. I find the machine has plenty of power, maybe too much. The food processor attachment uses a nylon wheel to support the cutters. I'm on my 4th one and buy them 3 at a time to save on shipping. The tip over which the cutter slides, and which powers the cutter breaks with alarming frequency. The last time I was making bread crumbs when it snapped. For the cost of the machine they can do better. I switched from the Kitchen Aide because of the poor quality of construction (pot metal motor housing). The only other complaint is that the design permits dough to climb the center column and it has to be pushed down repeatedly; again, for the cost I expected more thought to go into the design.Review by homebaker