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Sunbeam FPSBHS0302 250-Watt 5-Speed Stand Mixer, Black
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- 250-watt motor
- 5 speeds; heel rest design
- Chrome beaters and dough hooks
- Dual-function hand mixer and stand mixer
- 3-quart stainless steel bowl
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From the manufacturer
Mix Up Memories
Discover new ways to make precious family memories for your loved ones by carrying on the tradition of special baking moments and joyous celebrations.
Bake Memories With Sunbeam Mixers
The Sunbeam brand has been there decade after decade, from generation to generation, to help prepare treasured family recipes for all to enjoy. Nothing shows fondness and devotion to sweet moments more than delicious treats baked with love and care.
Two Mixers in One
In just one touch, the stand mixer converts to a hand mixer for lighter tasks.
3-quart stainless steel bowl, chrome beaters and dough hooks are included.
Burst of Power Button
Burst of Power button for an added boost of power at any speed.
Powerful 250-Watt Motor and 5 Speed Settings
Powerful 250-watt motor and 5 speed settings handle all mixing job.
Delight family and friends with homemade cakes or muffins with help from this easy-to-use mixer. Whether celebrating a birthday, hosting a book group, or gathering with friends at a potluck, this versatile mixer will help prepare batch after batch of delicious treats quickly and easily. As a stand mixer it's light (weighs less than 10 pounds) so it's easy to pull out and to store. And, with the press of a button, the stand mixer converts to a hand mixer! This multipurpose five speed mixer delivers strong mixing results with 250 watts of motor power. The durable 3-quart stainless steel bowl easily removes from the base for clean-up. Includes two chrome beaters and two dough hooks.
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After two uses, the bottom base which rotates the steel bowl has stopped working.
So now I intend to return this mixer and get the Hamilton mixer instead.
On the other hand, I certainly CAN see the advantages of having a stand mixer on hand. For example, sometimes you want to let the mixer take over while you add ingredients, and sometimes you have certain recipes requiring longer-duration mixing (e.g., meringues, whipped cream, pound cake) when a stand mixer definitely comes in handy. For this reason, I began researching lower-cost stand mixers some time ago. I also mentioned to my husband that I was looking at stand mixers, and this past Christmas, my husband surprised me with this Sunbeam Hand and Stand Mixer Combo, a new model which had only recently come on the market.
In short, I have loved having this mixer! Although I did already have a reliable hand mixer which I like very much (and it does happen to be a KitchenAid: KitchenAid KHM5APWH 5-Speed Ultra Power Hand Mixer, White), having the combination until is still nice. First, the base of this mixer (i.e., without the mixer or bowl attached) is extremely light. Some people may be concerned that the product is made of plastic, but it is sturdy and well-designed, and personally, I feel no need to drag a heavy appliance on and off the shelf! I do like that the included bowl is stainless steel. It locks easily into the main until with a simple twist, and when the mixer is turned on, the bowl turns automatically.
The mixer itself is the heaviest component, yet it is still light enough and completely comfortable to use as a hand mixer (a great feature if you are alternating between making more than one thing at once--you can switch from the stand mixer to using by hand with a simple click). The mixer has five speeds, but it is SO powerful that I often use only the three lowest settings. Despite its power, this mixer is not any noisier than my other hand mixer. When it is in the stand, the mixer does an excellent job of keeping the bowl spinning, even when adding thick ingredients like cream cheese. The only (slight) issue that I've noticed is that if the bowl is not very full, the beaters will create kind of a well in the middle and push all the ingredients out to the sides--this just means that I need to scrape down the sides of the bowl, which I would do anyway.
Overall, this mixer has been a great addition to my kitchen at a relatively low cost. I've been thrilled with it so far, and I would definitely recommend it!
The mixer itself is larger than a regular hand unit, but it is still easy enough to handle on its own. Beaters are decently sized. Dough hooks seem small. Mixed up some cake and cookie batter easily enough. Low speeds still seem quick compared to my other mixers.
The stand is large, but lightweight. Includes a "lazy susan" type turntable for the bowl which locks into it. Surprisingly the motion from the beaters was enough to spin the bowl on its own mixing up cake mix, but you can easily turn it by hand. You will want to keep a spatula handy as the mixers have a gap between them and the edge and bottom of the bowl. The mixer locks in down or angle position, a second button releases it from the base. Note, there is no sort of auto-shut off, you can lift the mixer while it is running.
Bowl is thin but sturdy enough, large enough for a cake mix or batch of cookies, no issues there.
I would recommend this mixer, but would suggest getting a model with the whisks as they might be more handy than the bread hooks. I haven't tried mixing bread with this myself, I'm not sure if it would do well with the thicker dough.
Update: at a couple months shy of a year old, this mixer is garbage. It's making a screaming noise that sounds like a loose fan belt on a car and is just as loud. I'm afraid to even use it anymore. Save yourself some money and invest in a KitchenAid which is guaranteed.
No problem with splattering like others have said, also it doesn't all mix on its own like other posters have noted, I just use a spatula and push the mixture down the side to be mixed again. Doesn't cause me a problem! Love this stand mixer.