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Best Rotary Egg Beaters

Updated December 2018
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    Rotary egg beaters are the old-school way to beat not only eggs, but also whip cream, and mix items like cake batters. Structurally, they are basically beaters on the end of a hand tool turned by a crank. When shopping for a rotary egg beater, try to find one that is ergonomically designed, comfortable, and easy to use. The crank should turn the rotors smoothly. Search out features like a non-slip base, stainless steel construction to cut down on rust, and beaters with a bottom bar that rests on the bottom of the bowl and allows the beaters to turn freely. Buy one that is dishwasher safe or otherwise comes apart for easy cleaning.

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