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Bamix 391203 deluxe hand mixer in silver.

by Bamix
3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Product Dimensions 14.5 x 9.2 x 4.5 inches
Item Weight 4.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 4.2 pounds
ASIN B0000VZBVW
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3 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #806,950 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#520 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Blenders > Hand Blenders
Date first available at Amazon.com May 27, 2007

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By Laughton Miller on October 11, 2004
I've owned my BAMIX hand blender for the past 12-years. It has never let me down and it truly is the most versatile kitchen device in my arsenal of cooking appliances. The machine works well between mixing & blending items on a hot stove, to crushing ice in in a single glass for making margaritas, all within seconds apart. The open ended design allows it to get at all the material you are chopping & mixing, and clean up is truly fast and easy. I've recently bought another hand mixer this year, because I misplaced my BAMIX hand blender. Anyway, what a disapointment to find that this major-named-brand of mixer, only has one blade, and it can't fit into a normal drinking glass. This past month I found my tried-n-true BAMIX hand blender, and was so grateful that I threw out the practically new hand mixer. Now that's true dedication to a product.

I have not seen anything close to the design of this hand blender on the market to this day that can replace this amazing machine. My only complaint is that I wish the price would come down. After all, it is one of the most expensive hand blenders on the market, but it is certainly the best.
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I've owned three Thundersticks "As Seen On TV" and burned them all up... Have been depressed because no one seems to make them anymore. So I started looking at alternatives and found the Swiss Company Bamix. The Bamix Deluxe Blender Stick ROCKS. It works 100% better than the Thunderstick.

Every kitchen needs this tool.

I use the Bamix Deluxe to make soups, dips, vegan mayonaise, salad dressings, etc. It cleans up FAST in water and can be used in boiling liquids. There are two other models, but this one works for the normal kitchen. The Bamix Gastro is for those who cook commerically with larger pots.

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I had purchased a Cuisart earlier this year and have been looking for a better hand blender. I went with Bamix because of the reviews and the ability to change blades. To give you and idea how picky I am with my kitchen tools - I use only le creuset, all clad and shun knives. Quality matters.

- pros:
- good balance, powerful motor, makes great mash potatoes. It puts my potato ricer to shame.

- cons:
non detachable head (not important for me, but could be for some)
handle a bit bigger than my cusinart. My hands aren't too big. Might be a problem for some females.

Bottom line: It is worth it. Very well built.
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I have owned and used my Bamix for well over 20 years. I purchased it in 1986 at a county fair after watching all the demonstrations. Even back then, I paid $120 for it, so the price has barely budged in over 2 decades. To me, this is a value, hands down. Mine is the M122 at "only" 85 watts and the booklet it came with says it is 12,000 RPMs. I see current models have more wattage - yet the power in mine is outstanding. I can't believe that this product can be made better than it already is.

Mine came with the 3 blades - the Aerator, Beater and Chopper, the stand and a grinder attachment. The plastic on my grinder eventually wore down due to so many years of use, but there are replacements, or just use an alternative container. There's a meat grinder blade available, also.

I can't say enough about what a great tool this has been. From mashing potatoes, to pureeing soups, to making milkshakes or icy beverages right in the drinking vessel. We make the most incredible homemade mayonnaise literally in seconds (yes, even better than Best Foods/Hellmann's), so we never have to buy expensive mayo... I could go on and on, just like my Bamix does!

If/when my Bamix dies, I will RUN -not walk- to my computer to order another one!

In the meantime, I lost a blade during our recent move, so I'm off to order some replacement blades.

I promise you, you cannot go wrong with this product. I love my Bamix!
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This review is the Bamix Swissline Super Box package but the components are across the line-up of Bamix products.

Mixing Wand:

This feels like a professional tool in my hand. The top has heft but not so much weight that my arthritic hands struggle with it. It is ergonomically shaped which makes holding it easy with little or no fatigue. It is quieter than the Braun it replaced and does such a superior job it does not feel like they should be in the same category. The Braun was a lighter weight, all plastic tool, which came with a detachable hollow plastic wand and processing container, both of which I used at least once a day, and it also came with a whisk attachment that I found too awkward to use. With the Bamix wand attachments I can do so much more: I puree, whip, froth, mix and blend like a pro. And fast! What it does to simple ingredients is amazing (Whipped skim milk froth blended with strawberries is heavenly!) The materials are first rate: solid stainless steel and sturdy plastics, that feel like they are of the highest quality, with workmanship that has a reputation for lasting decades -- this is not like many products today which are made to last 3 or 5 years and then be disposed of. Even the electrical cord has a solid quality feel to it.

There are different models available and three different lengths. I got the Swissline which is equal in length to common consumer immersion blenders. The stainless steel motor is encased so well it is designed so that you can immerse the unit well past the wand to the end of the tapered handle. It is easy to see why the Bamix is well regarded by professional chefs and serious cooks.

Wet/Dry Grinder:

This works as well as a burr grinder with dry spices.
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