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Sunbeam 2591 350-Watt MixMaster, Black

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  • Powerful 350-watt motor for exceptional performance, 12-speed control for versatility
  • Bowl selector switch
  • Tilt locking head
  • On/off and speed indicator light
  • 4-quart stainless steel bowl
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  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 16 x 14.5 inches ; 1 pounds
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  • ASIN: B000U6DSSU
  • Item model number: 002591-000-000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Sunbeam Mixmaster Stand Mixer features a powerful 300-watt motor with 12 variable speeds for unsurpassed mixing versatility. Soft start technology starts the motor slowly to prevent splatter. The ergonomically designed soft grip handle provides both maximum comfort and control. Off-center mixing allows you to add ingredients while you mix saving you time. A useful addition to any busy kitchen, this durable stand mixer makes it easy to prepare anything from cookies for the family to party platters with treats when hosting a birthday celebration, graduation party, or other social gathering.

Customer Reviews

Sometimes a little more money is worth it!
Todd Bartholomew
The quality of this mixer doesn't begin to equal my old Sunbeam, which I've had for about 10 years.
1st Grambo
I love it and if you love to bake and do things from scratch this is the way to go!!!
valdeza

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Zoe Bug on November 25, 2009
This mixer is great for the price, and for the average baker. If you want something inexpensive, but you are a heavy duty baker, don't be cheap! You need to pay for what you need to serve your purpose. There are no accessories available for this mixer, but it serves it's purpose even if you bake often. Contrary to one reviewer's comments, Walmart sells a different model Sunbeam stand mixer with bread hooks. Buyers should be mindful of the fact that these mixers have various model numbers, yet have the same physical design. Investigate what you want to buy first, and make informed decisions. Kitchen Aids are great, but who needs a $200-minimum priced mixer for average baking and other purposes. There are also other Sunbeam models that offer additional accessories that bakers use. This mixer works well for a multitude of purposes. If you need heavy duty, then investigate other Sunbeam models or by yourself a Kitchen Aid.
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73 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Sick Daddy on December 20, 2007
I bought a mixer to make cookies. Sick Cookies, that is. Anyway, using a mixer once a year didn't warrant my $200, so I spent $65 at target on a sunbeam with a 350-watt moter and 4 quart bowl. Made 9 batches of cookies tonight and it worked great!

Easy to clean and work with.
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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Divot Diva on January 8, 2010
The lowest speed does not allow for a smooth start and is entirely too fast. Because the beaters sit high in the bowl I had a hard time just creaming eggs, sugar and butter. Detaching the beaters to use without the stand was not easy. In manufacturing they used some type of machine oil that exudes an obnoxious odor. After one week the odor was just as strong and permeated my entire kitchen. In comparison to the 'old style' Hamilton Beach mixers, the new stand mixers all have a lot to be desired. Maybe the new Cuisinart stand mixer is the way to go?
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Austen Fan on January 17, 2011
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I bought this product in April 2009 after I was unable to find parts for my older stand mixer, which was also a Sunbeam, but a lesser model. I remembered the durability of a Mixmaster that I had had for years before that one, and didn't think that my infrequent mixer use really justified buying a premium model this time around, even though I could finally afford one. I wish I had made another choice, though, because this model has some problems. It doesn't have the power to handle doughs (cookie dough, even) of any stiffness, so, although I was careful, I could occasionally smell the motor getting too hot. The machine would also inexplicably turn off and then on again sporadically as the mixer speed dial was turned up. That was bothersome, but tolerable. What ended my use of the mixer was that one of the beaters would no longer stay in place, and when I took the assembly off the stand to investigate, I could hear some broken internal part rattling around. And yes, the silicone/plastic cap at the end of one of the beaters came off as others have reported, but much earlier than the demise of the machine. I found the cap, but couldn't push it back on. Sorry, but this product should have been made better. I don't use a mixer very often, but I wish I had spent another $150 to $200 on something that probably would have lasted ten times as long.

Update: Since the mixer was already broken, I took it apart. What I had thought were broken internal parts are just bits of hardened insulation that have broken off of some of the wires. The main problem seems to be a couple of very small and thin metal pieces that are attached to a sliding plastic piece into which is molded a plastic snakelike spring. Each of these metal pieces holds one beater in place on one side only.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kathy on December 26, 2010
Ok, I got my Sunbeam Mixmaster for Christmas yesterday, and so far have used it to whip egg whites into submission, make 3 batches of cookie dough and I'm about to whip up some heavy cream. So far, it's working like a champ. I'm not an avid baker, and I see this mixer as being perfectly suited to my needs. Granted, I wish it had the whisk attachment for those egg whites and cream, but my old hand mixer did the job, so not having to stand there and do it is pure bliss.

If you plan on baking enough loaves of bread to feed the multitudes, yeah, maybe you should consider a pricier model, but if Holiday baking and the occasional birthday cake or batch of cookies for a bake sale is how you roll, this one will be fine.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Kulk on August 28, 2011
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I needed a stand mixer I could take back to India where you can only buy hand mixers.
So I needed one that wasnt too heavy- baggage allowance and all! Also an inexpensive one so if I had to pay duty on it since I declared it I wouldn't burn a hole in my pocket.
This fit. Ive had it two years, use it often and its going strong. Its a good size and can do large pound cakes and large amount of cookie batter but even if you had a dough hook its motor isnt strong enough for breads, shortbreads and pastry.
I had to get a small but heavy transformer because power is different here- which was a nuisance and cost about what I paid for the machine but it works.
The speeds dont change much because of the transformer issue, I think, but I can still make even complex cakes well.
Ive done gingerbread, banana, carrot, various chocolate cakes, pound cake, egg whites, mayonnaise, chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies and a bunch of other stuff really well. Its easy to clean though there are small cavities in the body that are difficult. The stainless steel bowl has done well. It also lefts off easily from the body to become a stand mixer. Its not too good with small amounts of egg white or batters because the two rotator blades are just short off the bowl.
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