magic mill dlx 9000 is only 450 watts? worried *_*
so someone on craigslist near me is selling a very lightly used perfect working condition magic mill dxl 9000. i went and checked it out, looks nice, price is good too @ $230 (the gentleman said his wife always made dough by hand, the magic mill was an experiment, she tried it a few times, decided to switch back to hand mixing, it sat on the shelf for years, one day he looks at it and says "time to go!").
only thing is, when i looked at the bottom, to my dismay i saw that this model is only 450 watts, not 600 like the dlx 2000 or the new assistent n28 (or whatever it's called).
i am only nervous because i make these large 20-cups-of-flour (5 lbs.) challah doughs. is it a mistake to buy this one? will those 150 watts be a hugely big deal? should i hold out until i can find a reasonably priced 600 watt model? or just grab it!
thanks for any help!