Cuisinart Precision Master 5.5 Quart Stand Mixer

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Cuisinart Precision Master 5.5 Quart Stand Mixer
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Cuisinart Precision Master 5.5 Quart Stand Mixer Description

Powerful Motor For Unmatched Blending

This Cuisinart SM-50CRM Precision Master 5.5-Quart Stand Mixer packs a punch in the kitchen with its powerful 350-watt motor. It is designed to tackle even the toughest of mixing jobs. Whether mixing cookie dough, making a cake batter, or whipping meringue the precise motor ensures you achieve perfect results. This remarkable kitchen appliance is also polished with chrome detailing, which adds a touch of style to your countertop.

12 Speeds For Perfect Results

This stand mixer offers 12 speeds, for both slow kneading and fast whipping, so that it can be used for a range of kitchen tasks. Whether mixing jam, kneading biscuit dough, or beating egg whites to stiff peaks, simply adjust the speed to get the desired results. There are two tilt-head designs for ingredients to be added with ease.

Convenient Accessories For Ease Of Use

This stand mixer comes with several convenient accessories, such as a splatter shield, 5.5-quart stainless steel bowl, and two beaters. It also includes an adjustable roller to ensure even baking, prevent overmixing, and to help you mix more ingredients at the same time. You can also easily switch between the accessories for added versatility.

Easy To Use & Clean

This stand mixer is designed for ease of use and to save you time. The tilt-head design offers easy access to the bowl and its attachments. Plus, the stainless steel bowl is dishwasher safe, so you don’t have to worry about messy clean-up.

Features & Benefits:

  • Powerful 350-watt motor
  • 12 speed control settings
  • Tilt-head design for easy access to bowl and attachments
  • 5.5-quart stainless steel bowl
  • Includes two beaters and splatter guard
  • Adjustable roller to prevent overmixing
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Chrome detailing
  • Ideal for a range of kitchen tasks
  • Designed for ease of use

Cuisinart Precision Master 5.5 Quart Stand Mixer Specification

Product Dimensions

14.17 x 7.87 x 14.13 inches, 19.7 Pounds

Item model number


Date First Available

July 15, 2021



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Cuisinart Precision Master 5.5 Quart Stand Mixer Reviews (13)

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  1. Dulce Montoya

    Se ve muy bien el material aún no la uso solo doy opinión de la estética muy bonita

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  2. Kathy Padley

    Needed a new mixer after 20 years . Decided on Cuisinart this time and very happy . So easy to use and clean . Sturdy . Really like

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  3. Frank E. Schlagel

    I purchased 3 other stand mixers and had to return them because they either broke easily or were incapable of mixing even small batches of dough. This mixer hits every mark. It’s very comparable to the Kitchenaid Artisan Series, but at 1/3 the price. The mixer is sturdy metal construction. don’t look any further, this one is the mixer to get.

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  4. TechMaven

    Muy buena calidad y precio

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  5. George the Geer – ERTW

    This is my second mixer. Although decent, it’s slightly hindered by poor controls and layout.
    I bought this mixer on a pre-Christmas sale for $129. For that price, it’s great.
    But price aside, there are a few design issues that makes this mixer not as good as my 15 yr old Kitchenaid.

    Poor ergonomic head latch/release mechanism:
    See my first picture. Raising and lowering the mixing head requires two hands on the Cuisinart, whereas on the Kitchenaid, this can be done with just one hand. On the Cuisinart, the release latch is poorly located way at the back of the unit. It’s harder to reach. Furthermore, the latch is spring loaded which mandates two-handed operation. It requires one hand reaching way back and depressing the locking lever against a spring, and SIMULTANEOUSLY, requires a second hand at the front to raise or lower the head. This is really inconvenient because when I’m working with the mixer, my hands are often covered with flour, oil, sticky syrup, or dough. With the Kitchenaid, the latching mechanism is on the side. It’ much closer to the user, and it’s also not spring loaded. So with one hand, I can release the head on the Kitchenaid, and then with the same hand, tilt the head up (or down). It can be a 2-step process but it requires only one hand. Again, this is immensely useful when one hand is clean and the other hand has been in batter.

    There is a safety argument in favor of the Cuisinart however: it is not possible to accidentally have the head down and unlocked, and it’s not possible to have the head up and accidentally bump it such that it falls down. (both these scenarios are possible with the Kitchenaid, with the unlocked head in the down position being a rather common and benign occurrence with me.) However, the rear location of the locking mechanism is inconvenient and probably a deal breaker for ADA (wheelchair) usage.

    The speed control knob is poor:
    From an ergonomics perspective, I generally recommend knobs over sliders for variable controls. For example, light dimmers, volume controls, fan speed, etc. In the case of these mixers, I have found that it’s the opposite: A lever is better than a knob. On the Kitchenaid, the speed control is a lever and it’s sensibly placed so that the slider is frontback, making it relatively easy to operate. I can effectively change the speed of the mixer on the Kitchenaid with my left PALM or WRIST when my hands are dirty. Also, because I’m right handed, I tend to get my left hand dirty more often while cooking so I do tend to operate the lever with whatever clean part of my hand I can find. For some people this is a non-issue. They don’t mind getting dough/grease/syrup etc on the mixer because they know they will clean it up afterwards, but it does cause contamination or unintended mixing of trace ingredients for people that don’t mind getting their mixer dirty while cooking.

    On the Cuisinart, the speed control is a knob. It requires 2-3 FINGERS to grip the knob to turn it. Again, the problem here is that sometimes both hands get a little messy when cooking, and having to wipe dry or wipe clean fingers before I can change the mixer speed is a hassle.

    BTW, controls at the front or top of the mixer would have been better placed. I would guess this should be trivial to do with today’s low cost electronics, but would require a design change.

    Other complaints:
    The head on the Cuisinart is longer and moves (deflects) more. i.e. in technical terms, we say it has a longer moment-arm. In lay terms, it means it sticks out further and thus has more movement when mixing. This would be expected if the mixing bowl was larger on the Cuisinart, but it is not. Both mixing bowls are the same diameter. So the Kitchenaid is better designed in this area.
    The Cuisinart is lighter overall so might vibrate a bit more. The heavier Kitchenaid is slightly more stable when mixing. (However, the motor on my new Cuisinart mixer is quieter than the motor on my 15 year old Kitchenaid.)

    The Good:
    The front of the unit looks better on the Cuisinart. The Battlestar Galactica Centurion cyclops looking magnetic cover that sits in front of the attachment connection is cleaner on the Cuisinart than the Kitchenaid’s protruding cylinder. However, this magnetic cover, while it does look better to me, it’s very easy to bump and knock off, and have it fall into the batter. The holding mechanism (a magnet) is not very secure.

    My Cuisinart attachments work on the Kitchenaid and my Kitchenaid attachments work my Cuisinart. They seem interchangable in both directions as far as I can tell.
    The higher power 600W motor on the Cuisinart makes a difference. I have a grain mill mixer attachment. It uses quite a bit of power to grind grains into flour. On the Kitchenaid, 300W is not enough. The Cuisinart’s 600W motor is noticeably more powerful for this.

    The splash guard for the Cuisinart is better (more effective at preventing splash-out than the one that came with my Kitchenaid.

    So my feeling are mixed (pun intended) between these two mixers. If I were to just have one due to space constraints, I’d spend more money to get a higher powered Kitchenaid. It’s just nicer to use from day-to-day.
    But having two mixers is handy, especially when making pasta. I can put the dough sheeter attachment on one mixer and the pasta cutter on the other one. I can quickly sheet, then cut the dough into pasta. It greatly improves workflow.

    For people that have the space, for $130, getting a second mixer was well worth it.

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  6. Booker

    Me ha encantado, me vino todo súper bien, llegó antes de lo esperado a México, excelente compra

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  7. jared

    Excelente muy potente y con un cuenco grande para mayor cantidad de mesclas

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  8. Alfonso

    Definitely works really well for a little bit cheaper price than some of the other mixers available.
    Works just as well as a KitchenAid

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  9. George the Geer – ERTW

    Never had a stand mixer although my mom has had them for many years (but she bakes a lot more than I do). I finally decided I wanted one and looked at a lot of different models on Amazon. I actually wanted a different model & brand — mostly because of the color & it had excellent reviews…..BUT it was more than double the price of this model AND the watts were 35% LESS than this one — so I just couldn’t justify LESS power and twice+ the cost!!! Well, I could not be HAPPIER with this purchase!!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS MIXER! I literally pulled it out of the box, washed the accessories, read what I needed to know from the “quick start” instructions and was up and running in 1/2 hour — and made two birthday cakes. EASY-PEEZY!!! And it’s striking — a vintage look with shiny black onyx finish. It looks great out on the counter! SO HAPPY WITH THIS MIXER — of course, I’m a weekend cook and only use it for light stuff. Anxious to try the dough attachment and see how it does. Regardless, I highly recommend this mixer !

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  10. Heidi

    I have only used it three times so far, once for a heavy dough, was wonderfully efficient, once for a whipping egg whites.
    Love it

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  11. Dulce Montoya

    Después de meses de uso no ha presentado ningún fallo y sigue como nueva, tiene buen agarre gracias al plástico en la parte inferior y no se tambalea, buena fuerza.

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  12. Alicia

    ya habia comprado una hace años pero en una mudanza se “perdio” excelente batidora, y mas con el descuentazo en 2600 fue casi casi un regalo , es basicamente lo mismo que la kitchenaid serie 600, pero esta es un poco mas potente, la ventaja es que sus accesorios como molino de carte y otras cosas son compatibles

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  13. Denay L. Marino

    A decient mixer for baking, Solidly built and all metal. Struggles a little bit when kneading dough but doesn’t trip any ground fault recepticle’s in the kitchen.
    Its only fault I see is the large gap between the bowl and the mixing paddle / dough hook. There is no adjustment for this.
    It causes any dry ingredients at the bottom of the bowl to be unmixed. It kind of defeats the purpose of a mixer if you have to stop part way through to proccess and hand mix all ingredients together. I swear, the engineers that design kitchen equipment never actually use them. Minus one star for this.
    I fixed this by installing a shim plate under the retaining plate for the bowl thereby raising it to proper height.
    Works good now and handles everything I throw at it.
    I wouldn’t gift to anyone though because of the design flaw.

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