|Item Weight||125 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29 x 24.6 x 22 inches|
|Item model number||636004|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Black Lynx 636004 1.5 HP Electric Drive Cement Mixer
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Sold as one unit. (1 unit = each.) 3.5 cubic foot overall capacity. 220 lbs. useable capacity. Heavy duty poly drum design- existed. Front dump control handle for improved conformity and performance. Fast assembly time using just two tools. New large heavy tread construction tires. Lighter weight for improved portability. New heavy gauge tough frame- wheelbarrow accessible for easy dumping. 1/2 HP 115 volt maintenance free weatherproof direct drive motor. 2 year limited warranty. Manufacturer number: 636004. SKU #: 5418934. Country of origin: Canada. Distributed by Monarch Industries Limited.
From the Manufacturer
The Black Lynx 636004 1.5 HP electric drive cement mixer features a 3.5 cubic foot poly drum, on/off switch, weatherproof motor, portability, easy assembly, and a 2-year warranty
Top Customer Reviews
- someone said the plastic mixer barrel wore out after a while, so the first thing I did was TIGHTEN the bolts that hold the barrel to the motor bracket. They were a little loose and must have slipped around for the other user, eventually wearing through. I'll keep an eye on it as well.
- people wondered how many bags you can mix, I left it at ONE 80 pound bag since that's what I could safely move around with the wheel barrow. The mixer will hold a couple bags if wanted though, but it gets too heavy in the wheel barrow.
- some people worried about an electric motor near water, but the switches for the motor are sealed.
- people said it was cheaper to buy concrete direct. I called and was told $100 for a cubic yard, anything less and it's $100 delivery plus whatever the concrete costs. So I figure a half cubic yard at $150 is the cut-off.
- someone complained their concrete clumped together into little balls. Dude, add more water! You can actually hear it when you get the mix right.
I like that the wheel barrow fits right in front. My wife and I also put the mixer directly over the hole and filed it directly, it worked well but was harder to put the concrete mix in the mixer. That's when I decided one bag at a time. We mixed 26 bags this weekend and it went really well. One thing I don't like is that it is a little difficult to move around, if you hold it by the rear footing it's top heavy and topples over. Other than that it's great.
One tip I'll give you is to make sure the mixer is on level ground. If it's leaning back it will not pull the dry mortar/concrete out to be mixed. You will need to take a shovel and scrape the bottom of the drum. If the mixer is on level ground it will mix perfectly with no problems.
For $285.00 (Lowe's) it is so worth the money. Save your back and buy it.