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hi. it comes with only 2 types of hooks. same as what is shown in the product description. chrome beater and dough hooks. my wife says it runs way too fast even at slow speed, so not suitable for mixing. we use it only to make dough.
By Sunil Kamat on March 3, 2013
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I found a sticker and I can tell what it says, I hope this can help you, I don't know if is the information that you need: 120Vac 250W Max 60Hz LISTED 9H60 E216756 and about the bowl capacity I just put 3 liters of water and it almost reach the top, I think it's a standard capacity I have made some cakes and the mix fi… see more I found a sticker and I can tell what it says, I hope this can help you, I don't know if is the information that you need: 120Vac 250W Max 60Hz LISTED 9H60 E216756 and about the bowl capacity I just put 3 liters of water and it almost reach the top, I think it's a standard capacity I have made some cakes and the mix fits in the standard cake bowls :) see less
By Corygirl on October 8, 2012
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The bowl turns by itself.
By Crystal Green on November 25, 2013
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It's mostly plastic, so it's not very heavy. Probably no more than five pounds.
By World Traveler on January 19, 2014
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I measured about 13 inches.
By Crystal Green on December 18, 2013
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I didn't have issues with things flying out of the bowl, but I did have issues with things flying to the sides of the bowl and not mixing at all. Reminded me of that ride at carnivals where they spin you around and then drop the floor... the centrifugal force is so strong that you stick to the wall. That's what happene… see more I didn't have issues with things flying out of the bowl, but I did have issues with things flying to the sides of the bowl and not mixing at all. Reminded me of that ride at carnivals where they spin you around and then drop the floor... the centrifugal force is so strong that you stick to the wall. That's what happened to me on a few recipes I tried making. see less
By Nathan Watt on December 2, 2013
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1. It's not powerful enough 2. The bowl isn't big enough 3. There are plastic tips on the beaters. One fell off while mixing a cookie batter
By Kathie W on January 8, 2014
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I've been making cookie dough this week, including a rather stiff bar cookie. So far so good.
By TNL on December 3, 2013
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The bowl spins on a freely spinning base by the nylon tip of the cone shape beater. If you find that your batter is not fully mixed we recommend occasionally scrapping the sides of the bowl with the spatula.
By Margaritaville C. on January 12, 2015 MANUFACTURER
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