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Cuisinart Power Advantage 7-Speed Hand Mixer, Blue
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This mixer is a welcome addition to any kitchen and makes a great gift. Colorful and maneuverable, the hand mixer features 220 watts of power and seven speeds to handle even the heaviest ingredients with ease. SmoothStart function has three low speeds to eliminate spattering, and an easy one-step power switch with LED indicator keeps things simple. A swivel cord makes the mixer perfect for right- or left-handed use.
Top customer reviews
— POWER —
This hand mixer has speeds up to "7", but even at 1 it's pretty strong. I've yet to go over 4 because it's a bit scary how fast it goes. There will be things flying around at higher speeds, and how I prevent it is I just put my hand on the sides of the bowl I'm mixing in to cover any flying food.
— CLEANING —
The two spinning beaters (or whisks, whatever you want to call them) are separate pieces that attach to the main body. There are icons on the bottom of the main body to tell you which one goes where. After you're done mixing, detach the beaters by pulling them out, and wash it in the sink. You can easily wipe down the body with a wet cloth if you should get any splatter on it.
— SUMMARY —
I love Cuisinart, so when it comes time to buying a new everyday kitchen appliance I usually take a look at what they have first, then comes Joseph Joseph, then other brands. This is an easy to use hand mixer, that is nice on the eyes, and easy to clean. Recommended.
After going through probably seven cheaper models in the last 10-12 years, I finally feel like I have a mixer that will last for a while. It is a little hefty weight-wise but comfortably balanced and I have not had a problem using it while holding onto a mixing bowl with the other hand.
The three mixers I had prior to this one did not have slow speeds so I really appreciate the "slow start" feature. It makes cleanup of my work area much easier. I thought at first that the beaters themselves (with no center post) would be too flimsy for heavy cookie dough, etc. but they work just great - and clean up is easier because of that feature. The swivel cord is nice. It seems like I was always turning around before to reach for something and wrapping myself up in the cord. No such problem with this mixer.
I have used it on cookie doughs, candies, quick breads, brownies, pancakes, waffles, mashing potatoes, gravies and sauces. It is a real workhorse of a mixer and as I said, I love it. It has been well worth the price. I am pretty sure I bought this mixer because of a recommendation I saw in Cook's Illustrated magazine, comparing different brands and models.
Oh, noise wise - I am partially deaf so it doesn't seem overly loud to me. And no one in my family has said anything about the noise.
for powering thru heavy dough as mentioned above. If your looking for a good moderately priced mixer that will get the job done this is it. My
mother-in-law purchased a cheap hand mixer for mixing cookie and burned out the motor after 3 or 4 uses. I checked and the motor was rated at 150 watts. A good mixer will be rated at least 200 to 250 watts for the heavy dough, any thing less is not recommended.
I do feel that although the mixer works well, it and many others are a bit on the pricey side. If it lasts as long as my Hamilton Beach did (10 years), then it will be a win.