Hamilton Beach Eclectrics 63221 All-Metal Stand Mixer, Sugar

June 27, 2013 - Comment

The Hamilton Beach Eclectrics Die Cast Stand Mixer offers high performance in a reasonably priced appliance. The 400 watts of power is powerful enough to tackle any mixing need. Eclectrics add a splash of fashion to any kitchen. Product Features Die-cast metal stand mixer with powerful 400-watt motor and 12 speed settings Unique mixing head

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The Hamilton Beach Eclectrics Die Cast Stand Mixer offers high performance in a reasonably priced appliance. The 400 watts of power is powerful enough to tackle any mixing need. Eclectrics add a splash of fashion to any kitchen.

Product Features

  • Die-cast metal stand mixer with powerful 400-watt motor and 12 speed settings
  • Unique mixing head orbits around bowl as beater rotates in the opposite direction
  • Bowl locks to base for stability; quick-release head for easy access to bowl
  • User manual, recipes, 2-piece pouring shield, flat beater, dough hook, and wire whisk included
  • Measures approximately 9 by 14 by 14 inches; 3-year warranty

Comments

TamBoorg "BAA "Our Veterans deserve it!"" says:

Good value and powerful I purchased this unit just over a month ago. It arrived in less than a week. I’ve had no problems with it yet. It is truly all metal except for the splash guard/ingredient chute. To address some other reviews that had me concerned. The head doesn’t slap around. That is a warranty issue for her. It does walk with big stiff dough recipes such as a two loaf all wheat. Simple physics, considering size and weight, tells you at medium to high speeds it will. Kinda lets you know it is a powerful electronic speed controlled mixer. I can easily steady the base for the few seconds to finish mixing. All other mixing jobs are done with ease. I, personally, like the tilt head. All stand mixers will require side scraping with some recipes, even the expensive KitchenAids. Although I made a five bar cheesecake yesterday and as I was watching the eggs, dropped in at the side one at a time, they were all fully captured and mixed in. I usually scrape once at the beginning and it spins into a dough ball…

the gardener out back says:

Excellent quality construction This is a great mixer with only one fault. You have to stop on occasion to scrape the bowl to make sure everything is mixed. It is much better than the Sunbeam, better than the comparably priced Kitchenaid, but not as good as the top of the line Kitchenaid, but for the price, who cares. I make almost everything from scratch and this mixer can handle the stiffest batters and doughs. The attachments are great except the shield can be awkward. It doesn’t mention, but I think the bowl is 4 quarts. I have made double large batches of cookies with it without any trouble. I love that the mixer tilts up out of the way, and the beaters will still drip into the bowl – no mess. I plan on keeping this until my daughter needs a mixer someday, then buying myself a ‘perfect’ mixer. This mixer will last, just like a Kitchenaid.

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