Cuisinart HM-90S Power Advantage Plus 9-Speed Handheld Mixer with Storage Case, White

June 27, 2013 - Comment

Introducing a hand mixer that’s as easy to put away as it is to operate. The Cuisinart Power Advantage Plus 9 Speed Hand Mixer performs any task a recipe calls for, and then tucks into its own storage case. Once it has mixed heavy batters, whipped up fluffy meringues and kneaded homemade bread dough, just

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Introducing a hand mixer that’s as easy to put away as it is to operate. The Cuisinart Power Advantage Plus 9 Speed Hand Mixer performs any task a recipe calls for, and then tucks into its own storage case. Once it has mixed heavy batters, whipped up fluffy meringues and kneaded homemade bread dough, just clean it up and put it away. Extra long beaters, chef’s whisk, and dough hooks fit into a clear case, and the mixer snaps on top. Plenty of power, perfect control, and compact storage. That’s a mixer anyone can love.

Product Features

  • Handheld mixer with 220-watt motor and automatic feedback
  • Simple on/off button; 1-touch speed control and 9 speed options
  • 3 low start speeds to prevent ingredients from splattering; snap-on clear storage case
  • Includes beaters, chef’s whisk, dough hooks, spatula, and instruction/recipe book
  • Measures approximately 8-1/2 by 3-8/9 by 8-8/9 inches; 3-year limited warranty

Comments

An T. Nguyen "Sky Peace" says:

Cuisinart HM-90BCS This hand mixer is an upgraded version of the which is recommended by Cook’s Illustrated. That version, however, does not have dough hooks, which I specifically wanted in a mixer, since there are increasingly more and more recipes out there that assume the baker has a stand mixer these day and it’s not easy to configure all of them to hand kneading. I currently don’t have the budget for a stand mixer so I thought this would be a good compromise.PROs:- Quiet. On lower speeds (1 to 5), it makes merely a vibrating noise. Even when I work with particularly stiff doughs, it still doesn’t make a whole lot of sound. This is a giant relief for someone who is upgrading from a Black and Decker model which shrieks horribly on the lowest speed.- Powerful. I’ve made bread doughs with this machine, some of them quite…

trehgr says:

motor problems This is my 3rd Cuisinart hand mixer in the past 5 years and you’re probably wondering why I went back to this model after the problems with the first two. First, I liked the form and fit. Second, I had extra blades that would fit (after the first one broke). Third, I assumed the problem was a glitch (each time). On the first and last mixers, the motor just quit without any reason or problem that I can determine – it didn’t happen because of “bogging-down” in heavy batter. On my second one, the soft tab speed button tore and water leaked in – it quit working. Also, I don’t think the wire blades “do” mashed potatoes as well as flat blades that actually cut through and break potatoes up into a smoother, less lumpy mix. Another problem that no one else has mentioned is that even though it has a slow start setting, it takes a couple of seconds to kick in! So, initially it starts at a medium speed and flour is all over the counter before it slows down and behaves as advertised. I’ve finally…

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