Passionate bakers have a new friend in the kitchen with the launch of the Breville Bakery Boss™ – the most powerful bench mixer in its class.
Available in five super premium high gloss colours – Sour Cherry, Silver, Blueberry Granita, Royal Champagne and Salted Liquorice – the Bakery Boss™ offers power and speed like no other.
This ultra-high 1200W heavy duty mixer is ideal for heavy doughs and batter, with enhanced performance and improved air flow around the motor, delivering increased torque and longer continuous running times .
In development for three years, the Bakery Boss™ delivers superior rigidity and a head locking mechanism provides added stability, allowing batches of dough of up to two kilograms to be mixed with ease. Power is also automatically adjusted to maintain the selected speed.
Adapting the planetary action of commercial mixers, the Bakery Boss™ replicates this same action with a counter-clockwise mixing head and anti-clockwise sweeping action of the wide attachments to ensure 360 degrees coverage of the entire bowl.
The world’s only glass bowl mixer with a dual sided scraper beater, the Bakery Boss™ is designed to scrape the sides and bottom of the bowl with every turn, cutting mixing time by up to 60 per cent . Not only does it leave ingredients aerated and mixed better, there’s now no need to scrap down the bowl with a spatula.
The Bakery Boss™ comes with a 4.7 litre Borosilicate glass bowl for large volumes plus a 3.8L stainless steel bowl for smaller quantity batches, a redesigned dough hook, metal beater, and a light under the mixer head for bowl illumination.
the Bakery Boss™ (BEM825RCH/BAL/BBG/SLQ/SCH) $749.95 RRP
Breville enquiries: 1300 139 798 or www.breville.com.au
 Longer running times under heavy loads compared to the Breville BEM800 and BEM820.
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