Soft, non-slip grip handle. Beaters are elevated so they work even while the device rests on the bottom of the bowl. Base detaches for easy cleaning. Glides smoothly.
A few have complained that the pieces shrunk when put in the dishwasher.
Made of stainless steel so it won't rust. Dishwasher-safe. Easy to clean off the blades. Will fit comfortably into any kitchen drawer. Affordably priced. Comfortable handle.
It is smaller and narrower than some people were expecting, so it will take more work to effectively whisk your items together.
Dishwasher-safe. Five-year warranty. Ergonomic handle with a non-slip grip. Support arm enables beaters to spin freely while it rests on the bottom of the bowl. Smooth rotating action. Mixes products more quickly than a traditional whisk.
It doesn't work as well in very thick batters and it may take a little more effort to turn.
Stainless-steel beater with plastic grips on the handles. Easy to turn the handle. Blends ingredients together quickly and with minimal effort. Easy to wipe clean.
Not dishwasher-safe. Some users have complained that it doesn't rotate smoothly.
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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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