Quiet and strong. All-metal construction. 400 watt motor. Comes with a splatter shield, flat beater, and wire whisk. Backed with a three-year warranty. Heavy-duty and powerful. Bowl locks securely. Works very well for mixing bread dough. 12 settings.
No ejector button for the attachments. The button on the back to tilt the top can be temperamental.
Mixes in the same pattern as a KitchenAid. Mixing head spins while it rotates. Features a 300 watt motor. Buttons are easy to use and easy to understand. Includes a suction at the bottom of the stand to keep the mixer stable. Fold switch works well. Lighter weight than the all-metal mixers.
The design on this mixer can make it a little difficult to add ingredients without stopping the mixer and lifting the lid.
Includes six speeds and a quick burst feature. Comes with beaters, dough hooks, and a whisk. Unlocks from its stand to allow you to also use this mixer as a hand mixer. Cute red color, but also comes in black or white. A good value for its versatility. Comes with a long cord.
Includes a glass mixing bowl rather than stainless steel. Also has traditional mixing function rather than the "planetary" function of other Hamilton Beach mixers.
Includes seven speeds. Comes with a splatter shield and non-stick attachments. 4 qt. capacity. Stainless steel mixing bowl included. Slightly smaller footprint than other Hamilton Beach mixers. Non-skid feet help keep the mixer stable. 300 watt motor.
The beater doesn't always scrape the side of the bowl well enough to completely eliminate the need for a spatula.
Four color options. Nice handles on the bowl. 300 watt motor. Instructions and manual are easy to understand. Bowl locks in place easily. Quality construction and appearance. Lightweight but sturdy. Suction feet work well. Comes with a splash guard.
This mixer has a tendency to vibrate at top speeds. This mixer also has a larger footprint than others.
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