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Hamilton Beach 62682RZ Hand Mixer with Snap-On Case, White


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  • Snap-on storage case
  • 250 Watts peak power
  • Bowl Rest feature
  • Six speeds with QuickBurst button
  • Traditional beaters and whisk
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Material Chrome Stainless Steel Stainless Steel Chrome Plated
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  • Product Dimensions: 4.3 x 8.8 x 9.5 inches ; 3 pounds
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  • ASIN: B001CH0ZLE
  • Item model number: 62682R
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Hamilton Beach, 6 Speed, Hand Mixer With Snap-On case, Quickburst Button, Chrome Beaters and Bowl Rest feature that allows the mixer to sit on the edge of the bowl to eliminate messy drips.& Deluxe Wrap & Snap Cord.


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It was cake batter and cookie batter before that.
shiona
It also comes with a very convenient snap on case for storage.
nasa
Buy better brands on sale/clearance to maximize your savings.
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46 of 50 people found the following review helpful By ALH on February 5, 2010
I liked the way this mixer handled everything from silky cake batter to fluffy cheesecake to stiff cookie dough. However, after just a few months, the chrome plating began to peel off the beaters, leaving silver flakes in my cake batter. Finding replacement beaters has proven to be too difficult, so I bought a mid-level KitchenAid hand mixer instead. I actually prefer the way the Hamilton Beach performed at the highest speed when whipping heavy cream or egg whites. But as I should have known, this "made in China" product (like almost every other small kitchen appliance available today) sacrifices quality and construction for price.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Brian S on August 2, 2011
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Prior to making any purchases, I normally do my research before doing so. Such was the case here; I read all of the reviews and was aware of all of the known issues. One thing I would like to point out is that this is one of the most inexpensive hand mixers available; to purchase this item expecting it to perform like higher-end models would be absurd. Of the 221 item under "hand mixers" on Amazon.com, there are only six items that cost less, one of which is a hand blender. I took this into consideration when rating this item.

All things considered, the Hamilton Beach 62682RZ Hand Mixer with Snap-On Case exceeds my expectations! It is plenty powerful enough and so far I've used it to make ice cream and pizza dough. Also, I don't know how I missed it, but I didn't realize that a whisk was included! I also like the snap-on case; it makes it easy to keep track of the beaters and whisk and protects them from unnecessary damage in the kitchen drawer.

I only have a few (albeit very minor) issues with this item. First, I have a difficult time fitting the beaters, the whisk, and the power cord in the snap-on case. It would be nice if it was an inch longer so that the beaters and whisk can lay flat. However, I understand that this is like splitting hairs and has no bearing on the functionality and efficiency of the product. Second, the snap-on case doesn't stay firmly attached to the blender. It will stay attached, but seems to come of easily. This is not a major problem at all, I just lift it by the bottom instead of the handle on the top. It is worth noting that this may be my error and not the manufacturers, because I may be placing the beaters, whisk, and power cord in there wrong.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By P. Johnston on November 25, 2009
I have owned mive for alomost three years, I love that the case snaps on and it holdes the beaters and the whisk so no more digging in the drawers looking for them. It also has a lot of power just like a stand mixer but takes up much less space which is great when you live in an apartment and don't have room for a big stand. I would highly reccomend this to anyone in the market one of the best buys for not a lot of money!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By shiona on July 12, 2011
After two uses the blade plating appeared in my batter. (It was cake batter and cookie batter before that.) This should not happen. I fished out a large chunk of metal. Ran the blades in the dishwasher and saw that a space of about an inch of plating on one blade was missing. I rubbed it with my finger and saw the silver metal come off on my finger. Poor quality blades and dangerous to you and your loved ones health.

Now as to sound, the 62682rz is a little more quiet than the similar Hamilton Beach model 62695V, but much more whinny. I had two previous 62695v and never experienced the letting of metal bits like this one. (But I see that one reviewer has.) Also frustrating is that the machine only comes with one whisk attachment (both models) which causes you to sort of chase around the liquid you are trying to whisk. But once I purchased my second 62595v I had two whisks I used in tandem. I burned out the motors in the first hand mixer, (my fault, used it on dough, smoked and everything) after about a year and a half of frequent use. I needed a third mixer after my last one just seemed to stop having power spinning the blades (like it was slipping) again after another year and a half of frequent use. The plastic where the blades attached seemed to wear out too, to the blades would slip in and out with ease. With both previous mixers the beater blades rusted out on me before the life of the mixer expired. I just wish I could find a hand mixer with stainless steel blades and avoid metal bits and rust in my baked goods. I don't think I will ever find a hand mixer that has them and won't break on me because that would mean I wouldn't have to buy a new mixer every couple of years.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Virginius T. Swimme on October 3, 2010
This mixer works great but has one problem. When adding flour or superfine sugar to a batter the air discharge is down into the bowl and it blows the flour out of the bowl and all over the room. A major cleanup is required.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Greg Caruthers on January 15, 2011
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This mixer has plenty of power and the case is very convienient. It is a good value for the money. Does everything a hand mixer should do.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By nasa on September 5, 2010
Great for the price. Very quiet and efficient whipping. It also comes with a very convenient snap on case for storage.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By ihateshopping on February 22, 2011
I got mine at a "big box" store (it's actually the second one I've owned; first came up missing in a move) and my first one actually came with dough hooks, beaters and whisks...for all the good that it does me. It works great for all but whipping heavy cream (can't change the beaters), and seems quite powerful for a hand mixer. Except, it's literally impossible to use the eject button to change the beaters. I actually have to call my son to come over to get them out (I guess he can push harder on the eject button than I can).

Unfortunately this has been the case with both (the first one was tough, but I could eventually manage it) so I'm going to donate mine to science (or Goodwill) and, now that I can afford it, get a Cuisinart or Kitchenaid hand mixer...probably leaning toward the Cuisinart as the Kitchenaid doesn't come with much (whisk, dough hooks and liquid blender are all separate purchases).

I guess the storage compartment is nice, but I find it's just bulky and gets in the way. I actually wouldn't be in the market for a new hand mixer if I could just be able to switch between the beaters and whisks without calling my son to come over and do it for me. LOL
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