|Product Dimensions||5.08 x 1.22 x 10.98 inches|
|Item model number||2252|
|Batteries||2 AA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Battery life||8 Hours|
|Item Weight||2.11 ounces|
Consider this available item
Prince Lionheart Versa Formula Mixer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Mix your baby's formula or froth your grownup drinks
- ABS with 100% nylon rod
- Great for on-the-go moms and dads
There is a newer version of this item:
Inspire a love of reading with Amazon Book Box for Kids
Discover delightful children's books with Amazon Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3 months — new Amazon Book Box Prime customers receive 15% off your first box. Sign up now
Customers also viewed these products
What other items do customers buy after viewing this item?
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question.
Please enter a question.
The Versa Formula Mixer is a dual purpose tool perfect for a family. Two interchangeable attachments in one: the first blends formula or other powdered drinks inside a bottle, while the other is perfect for frothing milk in coffee drinks. Easy to use and clean, this convenient gadget is a great addition to any kitchen or on the go lifestyle. Two AA batteries required.
Top reviews from the United States
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Powdered beverages are mixed quickly and thoroughly. The spinning action is very efficient and creates quite the vortex, you actually feel the unit getting drawn down into the spinning whirlpool. The mixing is nearly instantaneous, 3-5 seconds is generally all I've needed. You can operate the device in a pulse mode, or press the button a little firmer and it will stay in the on position. The difference between these two button positions is very slight, and lots of times I find myself locking it into the on position as opposed to the pulse, but I see no reason why this will be problematic, just make sure to push the button again before taking it out of the liquid!
Prior to using the device, I'd found that most powdered beverages were harder to dissolve in cold liquids as opposed to hot liquids, but this mixer powers through regardless of the temperature of the beverage. Just to experiment I tried it on liquid chocolate syrup in a glass of milk, and the mixer handles syrups just as well as it does powders.
I had never used a frother before, so I wasn't sure of what to do with this attachment as no instructions for using the attachments come with the unit. As an experiment, I poured about a half inch of milk into a glass, inserted the frother, moved the unit up and down and in 15 or 20 seconds had created my first froth! It worked very well, and is pretty fool-proof, even if you don't know what you're doing.
So far after more than two dozen uses I've had no problems with it, the battery compartment lid seems secure, and the wand has never shown a sign of coming loose or off altogether while mixing. I paid about $7 for this via Amazon, and now knowing how well this functions, I would easily pay twice the amount for this handy little gadget.
I do not know if it is designed to spin out of balance for a vibrating effect to further enhance the mixing process with the attachment design. This happens on both attachments. One is a mixer the other is a milk frother. It does not come with an assortment of attachments like the cheap knock-offs. Some have up to 4 different types of mixers. This one only has two.
The milk frother seems to work but I don't really use it. I have had it for a couple of months and will see how it hold up. The cheap Chinese knock-off began to work erratically after 10 months then the switch came off and have been using it bare till it finally wouldn't work anymore after 18 months.
The switch on this machine has two modes, pushing gently activates the temporary on and pressing it down harder locks the on switch for hands free use. I find the first mode way too sensitive and it locks the on switch too easily complicating things and sometimes making a mess. I think it is a manufacturing error. Because it is made as a convenient quick mixer it really does not need a locking on/off switch. It would IMO work better if it did not have this feature. I often need to turn it on only for a few seconds with some mixes in a small glass.
The other thing is with water mixes the motor really churns easily and one has to be careful. But on thicker drinks like milk protein mixes I was surprised the motor gets bogged down easily but it will still mix it. So these things have high RPM but little or no torque.
It comes in a quality clamshell packaging instead of those paper thin card box typical of the cheap Chinese knock-offs.
60 DAY UPDATE: IT IS A BATTERY EATER! After about 7-8 weeks the battery needs replacing. I use alkaline batteries. The mixer is used maybe 25 out of 30 days for a couple of seconds of daily quick mixes.