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Sunbeam 2371 MixMaster Stand Mixer, White
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- 350 watts plus 12 speeds
- Soft grip handle
- Soft start technology
- Tilt locking head with bowl selector switch
- Includes chrome beaters, whisks, dough hooks, and 2 glass bowls
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Sunbeam 2371 MixMaster Stand Mixer
Just like having an extra set of hands in the kitchen, this 2371 MixMaster stand mixer by Sunbeam makes prep work easier and a lot more fun. Use the stand mixer for anything from day-to-day tasks like making pizza dough for homemade pizzas or mixing pancake batter on the weekends to more ambitious projects like the perfect birthday cake with homemade frosting or high-volume cooking and baking endeavors during the holidays--like colorful holiday cookie recipes or pumpkin pie with freshly whipped cream.
Powerful Motor with 12 Speed SettingsThe countertop appliance comes equipped with a powerful 350-watt motor and 12 different speed settings for quickly and precisely mixing ingredients to perfection. Fold-knead, stir, blend, mix, cream, whip, and more.
The mixer's Soft Start mixing function helps minimize unnecessary splatter and messy flour puff by gently accelerating to the selected speed after start-up. The mixer also provides a burst-of-power function for an extra surge of power as needed to ensure even blending at any speed.
Accessories for Added Versatility
The stand mixer comes with three attachments: a pair of chrome beaters for making batter, meat loaf, and all textures in-between; a pair of whisks for egg whites, mayonnaise, creamy salad dressing, and other air-infused creations; and a pair of hooks for mixing and kneading yeast doughs. All three are solidly constructed and easily secured. Even more, the chrome beaters fit the shape of the bowl for maximum coverage, plus they don't have center posts, which makes cleanup a snap by hand or in the dishwasher.
Two glass bowls are also included: a 2-quart and a 4-quart bowl--perfect for accommodating small or large quantities. Slide the turntable bowl selector to the left when using the 2-quart bowl or to the right when using the 4-quart bowl.
Sleek, Convenient Design
For time-saving convenience, the appliance's head and beaters are off-center from the center of the bowl--this arrangement makes it easy to add ingredients while simultaneously mixing. Each beater rotates independently of one another while the free-spinning mixing bowl rotates automatically. This synchronized three-way mixing action swirls ingredients into the perfect consistency.
Additional highlights include a large turn dial for setting the speed, an on/off and speed indicator light, a head that tilts back and locks into place for easy bowl access, and a button for simple attachment removal, as well as an ergonomically designed soft-grip handle for maximum comfort when lifting and lowering the head.
The stand mixer, with its clean white housing and grey accents, nicely accommodates surrounding decor. Store it in a cupboard or cabinet in between use, or leave it out on the counter for easy access. Weighing about 17-1/2 pounds, the MixMaster stand mixer measures approximately 13-3/5 inches long by 12 inches wide by 14-4/5 inches high.
What's in the Box
Sunbeam 2371 MixMaster stand mixer, chrome beaters, whisks, dough hooks, 2-quart glass bowl, 4-quart glass bowl, user manual with recipes
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Top Customer Reviews
The only negative is I was expecting a metal cast mixer. This one has alot of plastic/pvc to it. This makes me nervous as far as durability over years of use, as mentioned in the other reviews I was looking for one just like my Mom had. So far it has performed as I expected.
So I first purchased a KitchenAid - way too heavy unless kept on the counter but way too tall to fit under my cabinets on top of the counter. Also, the deep bowl design makes adding ingredients very difficult (I'm not a fan of the splatter shield - too tedious and more items to wash). Just not user-friendly in my opinion. So that went back to the store.
Next I tried the Breville stand mixer (about $300) -seemed like a great quality machine and much more manageable in terms of size/weight, but the same issues with bowl design, splatter shield, etc. So that went back.
I then tried the Sunbeam 2371 (the above-referenced item) and the Sunbeam 2351 (also sold on Amazon). The 2371 is a relatively inexpensive machine but works quite well. I tested both Sunbeam models with the same recipe on the same night - a double batch of chocolate chip cookies which uses almost 10 cups of ingredients, including butter, shortening, sugars, flour, eggs. The 2371 whipped it up beautifully, the bowl turned without any problems, no flour dust anywhere thanks to the nice slow start, and easy removal of the beaters when done.Read more ›
But I didn't pay $500, I paid $79, and my simple math tells me I can buy 6 of these for the cost of one KitchenAid with metal gears (do read the reviews about the plastic gears if you are seriously looking at the less expensive KitchenAid!). If this machine is as good as its predessor, it will do as fine a job of mixing as my daughter's KitchenAid, it's head tilts, and you can add ingredients while it's running, all of which are important to me. I do not do bread with it, I use my incredible $39 Sunbeam bread machine for that.
Yes, the Mixmaster is less prestigious than a KitchenAid, yes, you can spatter stuff on the ceiling with it, and yes, you have to attend it or it can get up enuf spin speed to empty the bowl (an awesome experience). Yes, the bowls are heavy and I have gotten smears on my shirt pouring batter into a pan.
But altogether, I think it's a great machine for the price and deserves the 5 stars I gave it!
I like it very much. It's quiet, includes dough hooks and whisks and most important, glass bowls. I prefer glass versus steel bowls because I believe the mixing is easier and better. This mixer is made well and for the price is hard to beat.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this as a gift for my daughter. She hasn't had it long. She says it's nice and works so far...but time will tell.Published 18 hours ago by rsrandr
Bowls are too heavy compared to previous model owned. Bowls do not rotate as mixing.Published 4 days ago by Warren WiggenhauserWarrenW.
I love it. Very quiet even on higher speeds.
Like that it comes with 2 bowls and three different attachments.
Good value for the money.
I was disappointed that the beaters are open in the middle. The bowls are very heavy. Works good.Published 12 days ago by June Evenson
Not really heavy enough to mix on higher speeds. Slides a bit on the cabinet. Fine for small jobsPublished 16 days ago by Texas Tornado
This mixer may not be quite as sturdy as my former Kitchenaid Stand Mixer (yes, I said former) but it gets the job done, was far less expensive,
and is soooo much easier to... Read more
- takes two hands to turn dial
- dial not labeled
- cone beaters do not cream well
- glass bowl very heavy and narrow, difficult to add ingredients
Compares well to that other more expensive stand mixer. I am very satisfied with performance. Blends well and make lighter cake and good mashed potatoes.Published 1 month ago by LindaAnderson