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Sunbeam 2349-030 Heritage Series 12-Speed Stand Mixer, Red

by Sunbeam

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  • Powerful, 450-watt stand mixer for various mixing needs
  • 3-way mixing action and 12 variable-speed selections provide control
  • Dual motors; easy-to-use components; sleek design equals easy cleanup
  • Die-cast metal construction; stainless-steel beaters, whisk, and dough hook included
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.9 x 16.1 x 10.8 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 24 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0001NRWES
  • Item model number: 2349-030
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #363,173 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

In 1930, Sunbeam introduced the first Sunbeam Mixmaster stand mixer. Today, we offer several products to meet your mixing needs and create treats to delight your family. Sunbeam proudly presents another high-quality mixer, the Sunbeam 2347 Heritage Series Stand Mixer.

Features:

  • Die-cast metal construction
  • Dual motors, beaters, and bowl
  • 450 watts of power
  • 12 variable speed selections
  • Three-way mixing action
  • Stainless-steel beaters, whisks, and dough hooks

Product Description

Combining 12 variable speeds and a powerful torque-control motor, this 450-watt stand mixer provides superior mixing control and maintains speed regardless of the mixing load. The unit ensures thorough, even mixing by offering dual-motor three-way beating action where one motor drives the beaters, each turning in opposite directions, and a second motor drives the bowl. The bowl speed increases and decreases automatically as the beater speed is increased and decreased. Simply slide the bowl selector lever on the front of the unit to the left when using the small bowl and to the right when using the large bowl. For added convenience, the head and beaters are off-center to the bowl to make it easier to add ingredients during mixing, and the mixer's tilt-back head simplifies removal of the mixing bowl and attachments. The eject button, located on the top of the handle, releases the attachments for easy cleaning by hand or in the dishwasher. Attachments include stainless-steel wire whisks for whisking cream, egg whites, light batters, and cake mixes; stainless-steel "v-groove" beaters for creaming butter and sugar, plus mixing heavy cake mixes; and stainless-steel dough hooks for kneading dough and other heavy mixtures. A user guide with recipes is also included. Housed in heavy-duty die-cast metal with non-slip rubber feet for stability, the stand mixer measures 16-7/8 by 8-3/4 by 18 inches and carries a two-year limited warranty.

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Customer Reviews

The mixers do NOT mix in the ingredients on the sides of the bowl.
Cheryl
I called into Sunbeam service center and spoke to a rude young woman who instructed me to take it to my local repair shop.
Beana
The beater release button and the tilt button are extremely difficult to use.
Rusty Ryan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

269 of 273 people found the following review helpful By Nance on May 22, 2004
Color Name: Silver
I love my Heritage stand mixer! I used a sunbeam stand mixer for aprx. 25 years and it finally died on me. It was great except for the real heavy duty mixing (it had fewer watts than the Heritage model does). I replaced it with a KitchenAid stand mixer. I put up with it for 5 years and mostly hated it. It beat things too light... mashed potatoes, cookie dough... which changed the texture and taste of foods. Worst was how frustrating KitchenAid's are to use. The mixing bowl is deep and small in diameter. That means every time you need to mix a bit with your spatula, you have to turn off the mixer, unlock the head, lift up the head, then mix your ingredients, then put the head back down, then relock the head, then turn the mixer back on... every time you want to stir a bit. There just isn't room for reaching into the bowl it's so small in diameter. When you add in dry ingredients to your dough you can't get into the bowl enough with anything other than a stirring spoon. I just found that it wasn't worth the frustration.
Compare that to the Sunbeam Heritage which I bought 5 months ago... powerful motor (in fact, more watts than the KitchenAid most people buy and more watts than my original Sunbeam)... large diameter bowl so you can add ingredients easily and mix when you want to.
Only thing I would like on my Sunbeam Heritage that I don't have is a glass bowl. My original one had glass bowls and they were great for mashing potatoes in and then heating them up a bit in the microwave, without having to transfer them. (KitchenAid's bowls aren't glass either.)
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62 of 63 people found the following review helpful By TReno on April 4, 2006
Color Name: Silver
If you are like me, and simply cannot justify spending $200 (or more) for a heavy duty stand mixer that you will really use only once a month, look no further. If you do use a stand mixer often, this is a good alternative for the budget-conscious, to Kitchenaid!

This mixer will handle the toughest chores, including six pounds of bread dough. It isn't the same inside, as other Mixmaster stand mixers. This one has TWO motors. One for the beaters, another, at the base, drives the bowls counter to the beaters, for a more complete mixing. It also comes with three sets of attachments: Beaters, dough hooks AND whisks. Other models that look about the same do not include the whisk attachments. On this model, the bowls twist-lock onto the base rather than ride on a turntable, an important difference. It is heavy, rests on rubber feet for complete stability. It features a "soft start" which ramps to any of the selected 12 speeds quickly, as opposed to instantly, saving splashing and snow-storming.

I gave it four stars instead of 5 simply because Sunbeam makes no provision for attachments. But really, how often does one need a meat grinder attachement or one for ice cream, instead of simply using the real deal?

So, if you are looking for a quality, heavy-duty stand mixer, with a full two year warranty, under $200, that will stand up to anything you need to mix, this is the one for you.
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52 of 53 people found the following review helpful By N. Lafond on March 19, 2005
Color Name: White
I bought one of these mixers several months ago and have used it extensively. I have used it to knead bread dough, beat egg whites for souffle, cake batter, and quick breads. I have even made mayonnaise with it. It always has the power I need for the job and the speed control I need as well. I particularly like the wide range of mixing speeds.

I agree with the earlier reveiwer about the value of the bigger bowls compared to the kitchenaid mixers. Combined with the speed controls, the better access I get with these bowls makes it easy to introduce ingredients while beating.

I do not agree with another reviewer about the beater release button. I have never found this button to be difficult to use. In fact, I have found it very convenient and would not like to see this feature changed.

I also found the bowls, beaters and the base mechanism really easy to clean.
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55 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Sarah A. Novak on November 20, 2005
Color Name: White
I purchased the Heritage Mixer a few weeks ago to replace my old Sunbeam Mixmaster (my second in 27 years, only because the movers broke the first one). I had grown up on a Mixmaster (my mother still has her original one), so this was the first mixer I looked at. I admit I had looked carefully at the Kitchen Aid mixers (they're advertised EVERYWHERE), but they are honestly just too expensive for my needs. I am in no way a professional cook or baker.

I had to replace my Mixmaster because it was getting this funny whine when I mixed heavy stuff or when I was running it for a while, like for fluffy mashed potatoes. Also, I think I had some dough that went up through the beater shafts a few times, and it fell out into the newly mixed food when I pulled out the beaters. Anyway, we decided it was time to get a new one.

GOOD THINGS: I like the thoroughness of the mixing. My old mixer needed a lot more help scraping the side of the bowl. I've only done mashed potatoes and cookie dough so far, but with the holidays coming up, I have other things to make in it.

I love how powerful this mixer is. Everything I mix seems so effortless. The old mixer was definitely straining to get the job done.

I like locking the bowls in place. They are very easy to lock and unlock.

THINGS I'M GETTING USED TO: The mixer is very easy to turn on. This can be awkward if you have the head tilted up with the beaters still in place. I've gotten cookie dough and mashed potatoes all over my canisters so far.

The bowl turns in a different direction than my old Mixmaster. This takes some getting used to.

The only bowl available for this mixer is stainless steel. I loved the glass bowls on the old mixer.
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