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Hamilton Beach 63232 Eclectrics All-Metal Stand Mixer - Red
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3 mixing accessories: flat beater, whisk, and dough hook
- Ensure constant power for consistent mixing as ingredients are added.
- 12 settings offering mixing flexibility and precise control at every speed.
A powerful friend in the kitchen
Paint the town red (or just your countertop) with this high-performance mixer. The Eclectrics Stand Mixer makes mixing easy, so you have more time for your favorite part — showing off and sharing all your homemade treats.
All-metal, Eclectrics Stand Mixers belong on the countertop, where they're always ready for jobs big or small. From the thickest cookie dough to the most delicate egg whites, a Hamilton Beach Eclectrics Stand Mixer has the power, speed and finesse to take on any kitchen task. Its 400-watt motor makes short work of kneading, mixing and whipping.
- Professional 2-Way Rotating Mixing Action.
- Mixing head orbits around the bowl as beater rotates in the opposite direction for thorough hands-free mixing of ingredients.
- Stainless steel 4.5 quart bowl.
- Quick-release tilt-up head.
- 400 watts of power.
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|Item Dimensions||18 x 18 x 12 in||8.7 x 14.1 x 13.9 in||9.38 x 11.13 x 15.38 in||6 x 16.5 x 14 in||14.5 x 14 x 14.5 in||10.82 x 15.03 x 14.37 in|
|Item Weight||21.45 lbs||14.99 lbs||7.72 lbs||17 lbs||11.05 lbs||11.2 lbs|
|Material Type||—||—||Stainless Steel||—||Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Wattage||400 watts||275 watts||290 watts||650 watts||300 watts||800 watts|
With a sleek, all-metal design, a powerful 400 watt motor, planetary mixing action and 12 settings, the Eclectrics All-Metal Stand Mixer fuses style, performance, and durability. The non-stick beater, dough hook, whisk and bowl are all dishwasher safe.
Top customer reviews
The way the top "dips" back makes it possible to change attachments and still clear the cabinet above.
The very first night it arrived, my son and I made a large batch of bread dough, a pound of butter and a large batch of cookies (using the fresh butter). The fact that it automatically adjusts to the thickness of whatever your are mixing is awfully impressive. I read about this in the owner's manual, but watching it in action is pretty cool.
Unlike other reviewers, I had no problems making bread dough. I have to wonder if others might have been using too high a speed? Who knows. I kept it on 2 until the dough climbed the hook perfectly.
Also unlike other reviewers, I've had no problems with it leaving unmixed dough at the bottom of the bowl. If that happens, I'll revise my review.
Finally, unlike other reviewers, I have had no problems with it shaking, smoking, overheating, etc. I think with proper use, this thing works exactly as it's supposed to. That said, I'm glad I have the 3 year warranty just in case.
One more thing -- if you want to use all the KA attachments, you don't want this machine. I have all that other stuff already, and have no desire to attach pasta makers, etc., to this mixer.
Discussion: I resent companies that promote a professional image and then offer a one year warranty, so I bought this instead. Its powerful, but the bowl is just a bit small relative to the motor to keep people like me from overloading it. It walks a little on the counter. You can turn your back on it, but don't leave the room. Unless you are a homesteader type user, it's plenty.
Alternatives: I thought the Bosch machines (400w and a 800w haymaker) looked good. No way would my wife accept a plastic bowl, though. On the lower end, the sunbeam heritage mixer is nearly as powerful, and considerably cheaper in that hotly competitive segment.
Pros: good relative value for a high end machine.
Powerful. Can do a double batch of whole wheat bread no problem.
Cons: still not cheap. Poor selection of bizarre and costly attachments compared to the competition.
Really, there should be a good no name knockoff of these things. But what are you going to do? Chicks just don't dig shopping at harbor freight.
The only complaint is there's not very much torque at low speeds. I'm often lazy and don't bother bringing the butter to room temperature, and this mixer struggles to get through the cold butter at the lowest speed. Then again, I can turn it up a notch, and it powers on through.
Does fine making dough with a bread hook. Fast enough to whisk egg whites properly.
I don't much like the plastic shield, it makes it difficult to scrape down the sides of the bowl. Instead, I used a 1/2 cup to add ingredients without lifting the top. A full cup doesn't quite fit without clanging against the top. There's enough of a gap to be able to add eggs without the shield. If I were making something really splattery, I'd use the shield I suppose.
I had to fiddle with the bowl height. There was too much of a gap between the beater and the bowl. I unscrewed the stainless steel base, with three screws, inserted three metal washers, and screwed them back in. Only a small adjustment, but it helped a lot.