Hamilton Beach HB 6 speed stand mixer Blenders

June 27, 2013 - Comment

HB 6 speed stand mixerThis Hamilton Beach 6 Speed Stand Mixer has a powerful 300 Watt motor. Themixing head spins as it rotates completely insidethe bowl. Its mixing action gives complete bowlcoverage and provides better mixing than two-beater stand mixers. It features a special fold setting, non-slip feet for stability and a tilt-up headthat lifts

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HB 6 speed stand mixer
This Hamilton Beach 6 Speed Stand Mixer has a powerful 300 Watt motor. Themixing head spins as it rotates completely insidethe bowl. Its mixing action gives complete bowlcoverage and provides better mixing than two-beater stand mixers. It features a special fold setting, non-slip feet for stability and a tilt-up headthat lifts out of the way for easy bowl access. It comes with a 3.5 Qt. stainless steel bowl and includes three attachments: flat beater, whisk anddough hook.

Product Features

  • 2-Way Orbital mixing
  • 3.5 qt stainless steel mixing bowl
  • 6 speeds
  • Mixing tools include – beater, whisk and dough hook
  • Tilt-up head and cord wrap storage

Comments

Richard says:

Just like a kitchen aid mixer I am a Retired Chef and I used this mixer in my volunteer event for Valentines Day that I do and it made 160 biscuits with great ease. It was the fold action of the on and off that was the best. Some of the ladies that used the mixer said that they wish that their kitchen aidi had a fold switch like this mixer. I have used it and it is just like a kitchen aid only half the price and it mixses and blends like I need for my recipes. What I really like the most is that it iws light weight and that I am able to carry it to different places with out breaking my back. Would recommend this mixer to my friends.Chef Rick

Christine says:

No good for kneading bread While I won’t go so far as to say this mixer is a piece of junk, it certainly isn’t top of the line either. It seems to do fine with cake batter and cookie dough (I wouldn’t try mixing a double recipe, however), but it is totally worhless in kneading bread dough. The internal workings grind, the entire unit shakes, the freaking bowl pulls out of the plastic bottom – and this is with dough for a single, 1-pound loaf! I really don’t know why they include a dough hook with the unit, because it’s useless for that purpose. I guess I’ll go back to my original plan of buying a Kitchenaid…

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