Bamix G200 Gastro Pro-2 Professional Immersion Hand Blender – Light Grey – 4 Stainless Steel Blades – Aerating, Blending, Chopping, and Slicing Blades – Includes Wall Bracket
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- HANDBUILT IN SWITZERLAND: Whether you are a professional chef or home cook, our professional blender will get any cooking job done. Swiss made, our blender includes 4 interchangeable blades, and a wall bracket for easy storage.
- 4 INTERCHANGEABLE BLADES: With an aerating, blending, chopping, and slicing blade, you get the multifunctionality of multiple kitchen appliances all in one. Create a perfect vortex to draw food into blades for efficient mixing.
- POWERFUL AND PRECISE: A powerful 200-watt A/C motor keeps constant, precise speed under heavy loads. With 2 speeds (10,000 RPM and 15,000 RPM) and a button control for continuous or pulse actions, maintaining efficient pulses with less vibration and noise.
- MULTIPLE USES: Get fast and efficient mixing with our 15.5-inch blender made with PA6 safety rated nylon and chromated brass. The blender is heat resistant with a high torque, and it can be submerged to seam below speed controls (immersion depth is 10.6").
- MADE TO LAST: Get ultimate durability and easy handling with our made to last professional blender.
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The BAMIX G200 Gastro Pro-2 Professional Immersion Hand Blender gives you powerful, versatile, and efficient mixing with 4 stainless steel, interchangeable blades. Our 15.5-inch blender gives you enough length and torque to get precise mixing under heavy loads - 200W 120V 60Hz with US-plug. Made from heat resistant nylon and chromated brass, you can submerge our blender into a variety of foods and liquids. Use several times a day or even all day long just by cleaning with running water in between use. This A/C-powered, open head professional blender gives you perfectly mixed ingredients with a push of a button.
Powerful and precise.
BAMIX worked with professional chefs to design the ultimate Immersion Hand Blender for professional kitchens that would deliver unsurpassed power, performance and versatility. The BAMIX Professional blenders boast impressive motors with maximum torque, making every blending task faster and more efficient than ever. With 2 speeds and 4 stainless steel blades that are easy to change, this hand blender is versatile enough to do countless kitchen tasks.
The BAMIX is handbuilt in Switzerland to last.
For over 60 years, BAMIX has perfected the first hand-held food processor. In combination with open and honest communication, we pride ourselves on producing durable, powerful, and efficient products that will last you a lifetime.
From the original ideas of inventor Roger Perrinjaquet, to our modernized casing and additional tools, our goal is to supply customers with a multifunctional, swiss-made kitchen machine.
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Ignore the reviewer that gave this blender a low rating because it cannot whip egg whites. The trick is to use room temperature eggs. Using the whisk attachment, you get massive volume in seconds. Additionally, you'll want to use a narrow vessel. A $5 Stainless steel milkshake cup is invaluable in this regard.
Let me address some questions you might have in considering a Bamix.
Which one do I get?
There are a ton of different Bamix models. Ultimately, the differences boil down to stem length, attachments, and power. In my opinion, the Gastro Pro Bamixes are the best ones to get because the longer stem allows you to do your blending without ever getting the actual blender dirty. There are two variants of the Gastro Pro: the 200W and 350W models. To be honest, the 200W model is perfect unless you find yourself making peanut butter on a daily basis (and in that case, you might as well get a Vitamix).
Is it worth the $140+? How does it compare to the $50-$100 Immersion Blenders?
ABSOLUTELY. To start off, the build quality is fantastic. It's made of very thick high quality plastic, the shaft is extremely solid, and everything fits together with very tight tolerances. The unit runs quietly (this thing is quieter than a microwave even at the highest speed) despite being very powerful. The cheap units are noisy and struggle to blend hard vegetables/fruits, often requiring one to pump the unit up and down. Since the bamix has an open cage design, the blades suck in everything allowing you to blend without fuss without damaging your expensive cookware (JUST MAKE SURE TO PUSH THE BLADE IN ALL THE WAY!!). You really do get your money's worth.
What can I do with it?
I use it to make smoothies every morning, and it takes me maybe 10 seconds to get a perfectly creamy consistency. I simply fill a stainless steel milkshake cup with frozen berries, a banana, protein powder, and some almond milk and blend. No fuss. The 200W model is powerful enough to create sorbet from frozen berries with no liquid added and make snow from ice.
When making soups, you can use it right in the pot. Need to make aioli? Simply add eggs, lemon juice, oil, and garlic. Within seconds you'll have perfect garlic mayo. This model comes with a whisk, aerator, and an all-purose. To be honest, I prefer to mince garlic/chop vegetables by hand but if you really want to use your Bamix for that there's an S-shaped blade they sell that will take care of mincing vegetables.
Should I buy it?
If you're even deliberating, buy it. You'll regret going with a cheaper alternative because I have yet to see anything else (with the exception of commercial grade warring immersion blenders) offer this kind of handheld power, silence, and build quality. The fact that the smoothies I make with this rival the creaminess of a Vitamix should tell you how amazing this device is.
The Bell on this unit is of a corrosive metal, like aluminum, and will corrode when used in highly acidic foods like tomato sauce and citrus.
My unit is still under warranty and I CANNOT GET BAMIX TO HELP! I have contacted 2 customer service departments regarding this blender and they closed my ticket without any attempt at resolution to the problem. This is a disgusting way to treat customers.
The picture below shows the corroded head and a tissue with black corroded metal on it, from wiping the bell with the tissue.
and I can't believe that such tiny screw was powering the blades.
Now trying to get some customer support for repair
Changed rating ,service took care of repair in one week
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Bamix and I have finally been reunited with this one. The size is great, especially with the long shaft for whizzing things in pots. Also, no plastic touches the food!!! And clean-up couldn't be easier. Be careful to always turn it off before taking the blade off.
One of the most used tools in my kitchen.
I would recommend to all.
Didn't realise (my own fault for not checking properly) that this was the longer stem version but still it does the job.