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KitchenAid vs Bosch Mixer: Which Mixer is Best for You?

by BlvdHome

When it comes to mixers, Bosch and KitchenAid are at the top of everyone’s wishlist. Both brands are extremely popular—and for good reasons. Bosch and KitchenAid products are of high quality and perform extremely well. If you are looking to purchase a new mixer, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will be comparing the Bosch White Universal Plus 6.5 Quart Mixer and the KitchenAid Artisan 5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer. Through our list of pros and cons, we’ll find what mixer will best fit you and your baking needs!


Bosch: This mixer has 4 blending speeds and a momentary switch. Bosch claims you can make up to 34 dozen cookies in one batch! The bowl and attachments are dishwasher safe, which makes for easy clean-up. The power base has 4 suction cup feet in order to keep the mixer in place. This model comes with a lid to help avoid messes.

KitchenAid: This mixer has 10 blending speeds! It can make up to 9 dozen cookies in one bowl. You can easily add ingredients with the tilt head. The bowl is stainless steel, making it super tough!


Bosch: Bosch mixers have many, many attachments. This Bosch mixer comes with a dough hook, lid, and wire whips. They offer a blender, wire whip, dough hook, cookie paddles, bowl scraper, and more accessories. This Bosch is capable of whipping, shredding, stirring, blending, and so much more. Overall, the Bosch has many more attachments than the KitchenAid Mixer.

KitchenAid: This mixer comes with a dough hook, metal wire whip, and a cookie paddle. You can purchase more accessories like a spiralizer, sifter, and different styles of mixer bowls. While the Bosch may offer more attachments, KitchenAid offers many more styles and colors of mixers. On this particular model, there are 46 color options to choose from, while Bosch offers two colors: white and black.

Life Span

Bosch: Many happy Bosch customers claim they’ve used the same mixer for more than 30 years! These mixers will generally last at least 20 years. Bosch offers a 3-year warranty on this model.

KitchenAid: KitchenAids are known to last about 15 years. Under the right conditions, this mixer could last 30 plus years. KitchenAid offers a 1-year warranty.


Bosch: This mixer is $419.00. This model includes the base, mixing bowl, dough hook, wire ships, plastic whip driver, splash ring, and mixing bowl lid.

KitchenAid: This mixer is $219.99. This model includes the tilt-head stand mixer, dough hook, metal wire whip, and a cookie paddle.

Pros and Cons


Pros: The Bosch mixers have lids that help to eliminate mess. Due to the lid, it is easy to add ingredients without making a mess. The Bosch offers more attachments than KitchenAid. Since they offer more attachments, this one mixer can replace a lot of your old kitchen appliances (blender, hand mixer, juicer, etc.) The Bosch mixer is known to last longer than KitchenAid mixers.

Cons: Bosch really only offers 2 models of mixers. They have the Universal, the Universal in black, and the Compact Tilt-Head Stand Mixer. This model is also more expensive than the KitchenAid model.


Pros: You can easily match your KitchenAid to your kitchen, due to its many color options. They even offer custom builds. This model offers 10 mixing speeds. The tilt-head makes removing the bowl and adding ingredients a breeze. This mixer is quite a bit cheaper than the Bosch Universal Mixer.

Cons: KitchenAids have much fewer attachments. The stainless steel bowl can get scratched. This mixer does not have a lid, which creates the potential for making a mess of flour and other powder ingredients.

Overall, both mixers are of high quality and will do a great job. Everyone has different baking styles and needs. Now that you have the facts, it’s up to you to decide which will fit you and your kitchen best. We know you will love both! To order a Bosch mixer, text or call us at (435) 986-3100 to see availability!