Kitchenaid Coffee Makers
Kitchenaid coffee makers are well known today as high quality coffee makers made by a company with a sterling reputation for quality and design. Kitchenaid was born in 1908 when Herbert Johnson created an 80 quart mixer for bread dough. He spent years refining his design and marketing it, but by 1918, his invention had been adopted by professional bakers around the country. In 1919, the brand Kitchenaid was born when Johnson adapted his machine for home use and a legend was born.
The Kitchenaid mixer was marketed throughout the 1920s and 1930s as the ultimate home kitchen appliance. The stand mixer was so popular that it became nearly a synonym for an electric mixer. It featured high on the most wanted list of nearly every housewife in the country. In the 1930s, with the country heading into the Great Depression, Kitchenaid worked to develop three less expensive models which were designed by world-renowned designer Egmont Arens. By 1937, Kitchenaid had developed one of the most practical and common sense innovations ever – all models of Kitchenaid mixers featured fully interchangeable attachments. Housewives and their husbands appreciated the economy of being able to upgrade to a new or more powerful model of the Kitchenaid without having to purchase all new attachments.
It wasn’t until the 1950s that Kitchenaid stepped beyond its standard bearer, the electric mixer, and began to manufacture other household appliances. Beginning with the electric dishwasher (technically, it was released in 1949), the Kitchenaid added new kitchen appliances, including cooktops, ovens, refrigerators and other major kitchen appliances. While the company’s reputation for excellent workmanship and quality manufacture continued to grow, it wasn’t until the 1990s that Kitchenaid began to manufacture small kitchen appliances other than the Kitchenaid mixture.
Today, Kitchenaid sells a full line of small and major kitchen appliances in a wide range of styles. Those appliances include several Kitchenaid coffee makers and coffee grinders. From the economical Kitchenaid Java Studio Coffee Maker to the high end Kitchenaid Pro Line Espresso Machine, Kitchenaid coffee makers are still made to the exacting quality standards that made the Kitchenaid Stand Mixer the most sought after kitchen appliance of the last century.
– Kitchenaid Pro Line Coffee Makers
– KItchenaid Pro Line Espresso Machines
– Kitchenaid Jave Studio Coffee Makers
– Kitchenaid 10 cup Coffee Makers