Cuisinart HM-90BCS Power Advantage Plus 9-Speed Handheld Mixer with Storage Case, Brushed Chrome
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- Handheld mixer with 220-watt motor and automatic feedback;BPA Free
- Simple on/off button; 1-touch speed control and 9 speed options
- 3 low start speeds to prevent ingredients from splattering; snap-on clear storage case
- Includes beaters, chef's whisk, dough hooks, spatula, and instruction/recipe book
- Measures approximately 8-1/2 by 3-8/9 by 8-8/9 inches; 3-year limited warranty
- NOTE: Refer the User Manual before use.
- Handheld mixer with 220-watt motor and automatic feedback
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Cuisinart Power Advantage Plus 9-Speed Hand Mixer with Storage Case
Our premium Cuisinart Power Advantage PLUS 9-Speed Hand Mixer is as easy to stow away as it is to use! Whiz through any task with the automatic feedback SmoothStart feature to eliminate splatters. Once you’ve beaten batters, whipped egg whites, and kneaded homemade bread dough, just clean it up and fit the extra-long beaters, chef’s whisk, and dough hooks into the clear case, and snap the mixer on top. Perfect control, plenty of power, and compact storage. That’s a mixer anyone can love! All removable parts are dishwasher safe.
- 220 watts of power with automatic feedback
- SmoothStart feature with 3 low mixing speeds eliminates splattering
- One-step power switch with 9-speed LED display
- Sturdy snap-on case to store mixer and accessories
Includes beaters, chef's whisk, dough hooks and spatula
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Introducing a hand mixer that's as easy to put away as it is to operate. The Cuisinart Power Advantage Plus 9 Speed Hand Mixer performs any task a recipe calls for, and then tucks into its own storage case. Once it has mixed heavy batters, whipped up fluffy meringues and kneaded homemade bread dough, just clean it up and put it away. Extra long beaters, chef's whisk, and dough hooks fit into a clear case, and the mixer snaps on top. Plenty of power, perfect control, and compact storage. That's a mixer anyone can love. Features: 220 watts of power with automatic feedback|SmoothStart™ feature with 3 low mixing speeds eliminates splattering|One-step power switch with 9-speed LED display|Sturdy snap-on case to store mixer and accessories|Includes beaters chef’s whisk dough hooks and spatula|Recipe book|Limited 3-year warranty|BPA Free
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The Mixer works fine.
You have to remember with the Cuisinart it starts off faster when you just turn it on, and the slows, so hold it out of the bowl before you use it in the batter. Unknown to me as well is that the KA dough hooks tend to make a better bread or pizza dough then the cuisinart, don’t ask me why, maybe its me? Or the shape of the dough hooks, the dough hooks on the Ka seem to be heavier duty and the ones on the cuisinart are thinner but again, I don’t know if this matters. Likewise the cuisinart tends to work better for me in heavier dough then the KA. I haven’t really found a difference in the cuisnart having 7 speeds and the KA having 9. I have yet to use the full speeds on either Mixer. I did try to make whip cream with the balloon whisks and to me anyway, they both seem worthless. I feel that the regular beaters on both actually work better. The KA cost me $99.00 online, but I think QVC has better deals, but I usually use amazon. They are good to work with in case of problems and usually fast shipping. The Cuisinart 7 speed with attachments and carrying case, the same as the 9 speed online here, cost $59.00 and I was able to use the 20% off coupon they always send in the mail and I like that I can go to the store and pick something up, look at first, not something you can do most places any more. I think the cuisinart is a bit louder, but I think it surely works a lot better with a heavier dough. So there seems to be advantages to both of these as hand mixers, the cuisinart 7 speed to me would work just as well as the 9 speed they sell, as its very powerful. I love the look of the KA as well as the Cuisinart, which I got in a beautiful silver color. The KA being more expensive, though I like it being quieter, I tend to go to the cuisnart for less hassle, should my batter be heavier. They say the Ka has a powerful dc motor, again I don’t know about lonegevity if this means it would last longer but those who know motors can tell more than I can.
I hope this review might help someone that’s trying to decide.
It died within 2 weeks of purchase while making my second buttercream. The beaters stripped inside and stopped turning with a burning smell coming out of the unit. This might be good for beating eggs or a box mix of cake, but is not usable for a thick batter, mashed potatoes, dough, frosting, or anything that will give it any kind of a struggle. I did not notice a difference with the supposed "220 watt powerful motor" compared to the weaker one it replaced.
To give you an idea what broke it, this was my recipe (and note I did not try to mix all ingredients all at once):
- 2 sticks butter
- 8ox pack creme cheese
- 4 cups confectioner sugar
Couple other minor issues I did not like: I didn't read the fine print and paid more for the "brushed metal" one which is just plastic colored like brushed metal. The speed control is convenient, however being flush and placed right where you grip, I found myself constantly accidentally turning the speed up.
I would not buy this again. I'm going to contact Cuisinart to get a replacement and I'm sure they'll honor that, but l don't feel I can count on this for a baking project. Nothing worse that the mixer breaking in the middle of it!
Thank you for your inquiry. Based on the information you have provided, your unit is within the limited warranty period and can be set up for replacement. However, our warranty does not include shipping and processing fees either way. Based on your specific product, your shipping and processing fees for us mailing out your new unit will be $10. We ask that you also cover the cost of shipping the defective unit to Cuisinart. We recommend that you use a traceable insured delivery service."
So what do you get? A mixer that works fine while it lasts, it breaks within months, and you have to pay to have it fixed. No thank you Cuisinart.
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One especially nice feature is the button for lowering or raising the speed. It is easy to access and extremely intuitive.
On the negative side; this machine is Is extremely loud!!! You cannot hear yourself at all while using this thing.
Overall, if you need the power and you don’t mind the noise then it is an excellent choice. If you need something quieter, try the Breville
I creamed butter with sugar until " light and fluffy" with pleasing results were it not for the deafening sound!
I use the Cuisinart primarily for creaming / whipping. Adding and mixing ingredients always manually for best results
I am in love. This was my splurge; my gift to myself that will last a lifetime.
All I wanted was a mixer that won't die when I am mixing cookie dough and has a good graduation of speeds. This ticks every box.
And may I call your attention to the additional accessories WITH AN ATTACHEABLE STORAGE CONTAINER?
1000% worth it to get this over the 7-speed, and don't even consider any other brand for a hand mixer.
It's nice that it all tucks away into the container below it.
I definitely recommend it!