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Hamilton Beach 64650 6-Speed Classic Stand Mixer, Stainless Steel

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  • 4 qt. stainless steel bowl
  • 6 speeds & QuickBurst button
  • Bowl RestTM mixer stabilizer
  • Doubles as a hand mixer
  • 290-Watts peak power makes mixing easy
  • Shift & Stir bowl
  • Versatile attachment set includes traditional beaters, whisk and dough hooks
  • Brushed stainless steel
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  • Product Dimensions: 11.1 x 9.4 x 15.4 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000R4LD1Y
  • Item model number: 64650
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (434 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #416 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Hamilton Beach 6-Speed Classic Stand Mixer lets you determine the best tool for the job. Kneading a batch of sticky dough? Let the mixer do the work. Blending a quick dressing? Remove the hand mixer from the base to achieve the fast results you want. That sort of versatility is what this interchangeable hand/stand mixer can offer your kitchen. Attachments including traditional beaters, whisk and dough hooks make tackling any mixing job easy. Other features include 6 speeds and a QuickBurst button and Bowl Rest mixer stabilizer and a classic brushed stainless steel bowl. Powerful Hamilton Beach® Hand Mixers focus on versatility and ergonomics. You'll see evidence of Good Thinkingâ"¢ throughout their thoughtful design. Most hand mixers have convenient snap-on storage cases, which keep attachments (and sometimes cords) together so you don't have to search for them each time. A variety of attachments are available with different hand mixers, from traditional beaters to wire beaters, whisks and milkshake attachments.

Hamilton Beach® Hand Mixer handles are designed for control and comfort, and the unique Bowl Restâ"¢ feature allows the mixer to sit on the edge of the bowl to eliminate messy drips. A special QuickBurstâ"¢ button provides a quick boost of power and can be used for tough tasks at any speed.



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Customer Reviews

This mixer makes baking much easier.
Adriana
The bowl moves side to side and spins but that's a useless feature when the mixer doesn't mix the bottom ingredients.
Lydia Aulgur
Works great and seems to be very reliable.
Paul Corlatan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

129 of 137 people found the following review helpful By debz on August 10, 2012
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I love this mixer. A lot of the reviews I read made me feel a bit hesitant to purchase this, but so glad I did. I had a cheap had mixer for years that was difficult to use always wanted the luxury of a stand mixer that could also double as a hand mixer. This fits this bill perfectly. I'm not a fancy baker, I like making box cakes or mixing simple recipe items, it works great. If you are someone who loves making bread, not sure that this would be heavy duty enough for you. I never tried it although it comes with the attachments to make it, possibly a small batch would work. It looks great on my counter with all my other stainless steel and I didn't have to spend all that money on a big fancy model that I really didn't need. This was an excellent value for the price.
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121 of 134 people found the following review helpful By D on January 2, 2009
I received this as a gift and had my suspicions from the beginning. It mixes adequately with the regular paddles. The dough hooks do not work well. Even when following the mixer's directions to a T, I couldn't get cookie dough or bread dough to mix evenly. Two dough hooks doesn't make sense to me in the first place. I haven't used the whisk, but I'm sure it's fine. It's hard to mess that up. I do like that the top is removable. However, it isn't needed since you can pretty much use any bowl with the stand. There is no locking mechanism. This also causes spinning if you don't hold the bowl still. I also think that the speed starts out too fast. I like a slower speed when adding dry ingredients, so they don't poof everywhere. I'm sure you would get the same effect, except a slosh, when making whipped cream. My advice is to either buy a cheap hand mixer, which is exactly what this is, or buy a real mixer.
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113 of 127 people found the following review helpful By Alex Johnson on December 17, 2008
I bought this mixer more than three months ago and hoped I would find something a few levels above what's typical at outlet stores, something of a high quality. Its not perfect but definitely the quality you'd want in a mixer. I've made four cakes and two pies to date with this mixer and can tell you there is nothing "flimsy" about it. Getting down to the business of it: the bowl you receive is designed to fit perfectly on the movable stand but does not give your beaters the best access to the bottom sides of the bowl due to an odd ridge in the bowl itself. Simple fix: use a spatula. Problem solved, seriously. The six speeds feel more like 3 with the "high" "medium" and "low" each having a step-up before its speed. You really don't even need six speeds but its nice to have that control. Because the stand rotates the bowl can turn by itself. Its hard to say why it does this but you won't find it as a huge issue. I've heard someone else complain about gaps in the grate of the mixer or it being hard to go from the stand to your hand or this, that, and the other. I'm no food gadget geek, just a guy who needs to bake a cake once or twice every couple of months, and I used this thing with little difficulty (just takes a little getting used to).

Bottom line: you want a mixer that can do it all? Have $300 ready. Want a mixer that looks nice in the kitchen, looks professional, has a nice amount of power, won't give you an issue while making a cake, and simply gets the job done? Then this mixer shouldn't do too badly. There's a slight learning curve but I'm never deterred from making my favorite recipes with this mixer.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Consumer on November 24, 2013
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I have used all the attachments that came with the mixer. they work great, I love the steel bowl as well.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Autumn on September 30, 2012
I bought this mixer out of desparation, my old sunbeam, which worked like a dream and I loved had finally died, I have a wedding cake due in 6 days and needed to get started on my last 5 batches of icing to be made. I scoured 3 flea markets, and a pawnshop and came up empty handed, I went to kmart and it was between this and one other model. I have so many complaints I don't even know where to start!

The first and most obvious problem I ran into was that even the lowest speed was way too fast and that there isn't a whole lot of change from speed to speed.... Secondly and most importantly the beaters don't get close enough to the bottom of the bowl, So instead of mixing it basically beat the shortening while leaving a puddle of extract and water at the bottom and Since the beaters don't reach the bottom, it's rare it even spins the bowl on the turntable but insteads kind of hovers back and forth until you give it an encouraging push...Which leads into another problem, the adjustable turntable doesn't lock in any position, so as you give it a little push your turn table also pushes backwards or forwards, this is also a problem when trying to scrape down the sides of the bowl...

Speaking of scraping down the sides of the bowl, you'll be doing it ALOT, my clumpy poorly mixed icing just climbed up the sides, I'd have to stop adding sugar, push down the sides, while simutaneously kind of hand mixing with my rubber spatula just to help get some of the lumps out. While I know food climbs to a point in most mixers, this was beyond ridiculous I had to stop easily 5 times.
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