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Bamix 391203 deluxe hand mixer in silver.

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  • Bamix Deluxe + 3 Blades
  • Two Speeds
  • CV Stand
  • 600ml Beaker
  • Dry Grinder/Mill

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • ASIN: B0000VZBVW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #273,011 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Bamix Deluxe Three Blades Dry Mill/Spice Grinder CV Stand Cookbook Instruction CD ROM

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Customer Reviews

Or, spend a little more and buy a product that is Swiss-built to last.
J Keistler
It hasn't been heavily used and has been well taken care of so I was surprised when the fast speed started refusing to function unless the slow speed was used first.
C. G. King
The product is very well made, looks great, has a great hand feel and does the job.
chokbarnes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful 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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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J Keistler TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 30, 2008
Bamix invented and developed the original hand blender in Switzerland nearly 60 years ago. It has never enjoyed the level of distribution that Braun and other more recent manufacturers enjoy, because of their much greater visibility and their construction of much cheaper alternatives. I bought the original popular Braun hand blender many years when it first came into popularity over here--15+ years ago now. Being vegetarian, I had always been a big blender fan. The little Braun truly transformed my soup making in particular. Now I could take the blender into the pot itself instead of spooning soup into a blender! I also enjoyed the ability to make foolproof fresh mayonnaise, and I do mean foolproof. And much faster. I had that little Braun for a number of years until it died a natural death. I replaced it with a 5-speed Braun that died after roughly a year. I purchased a Cuisinart with interchangeable blades; that stripped out shortly after the warranty ran out. I finally purchased a Bamix after I discovered the brand on the internet. It was obviously a step above other home-intended brands. I bought the deluxe with a few extra beakers and a chopper and stand.

My Bamix has been used countless times. The quick-change blade change system is simple and foolproof. There is a general foot, a whipping foot for whipping cream, a blending foot that can make fresh mayonnaise in a few seconds. There is a meat chopping foot--be careful, it's very sharp! There is a little chopping accessory made for chopping small amounts of hard material such as hard chocolate, coffee beans, nuts, etc.

I discovered with my 5-speed Braun that that many speeds aren't necessary; more a marketing gimmick than anything else.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Betty Morgan on November 29, 2006
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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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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jimmy on November 18, 2008
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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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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ella on January 29, 2011
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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