Cuisinart Power Advantage 7-Speed Hand Mixer
Thanks to its powerful 220-watt motor with automatic feedback, this convenient hand blender can take on almost any mixing task--from whipped cream to dense cookie dough. The unit shifts speeds with just one touch and offers seven speed options. It also comes equipped with an exclusive swivel cord, which allows for either right- or left-handed use, and extra-long beaters that have no center posts, making cleanup a snap either by hand or in the dishwasher. Accessories include a spatula and an instruction/recipe book for getting started. Durably built and sporting a chrome-plated Cuisinart logo band, the hand mixer measures approximately 8 by 3-3/4 by 5-3/4 inches.
Itâ€™s time to mix it up!
Get ready to enjoy more mixing opportunities with the extremely versatile Cuisinart Power Advantage 7-Speed Hand Mixer. The Cuisinart Power Advantage 7-Speed Hand Mixer flawlessly and easily mixes even the heaviest ingredients. From dense cookie dough to whipped cream, the powerful 220-watt motor breezes through big mixing jobs, and Automatic Feedback kicks in more power whenever itâ€™s needed. Donâ€™t worry about messy splatters... the Smooth Start feature, with its 3 extra-low speeds, keeps all the ingredients right in the bowl where they belong!
â€¢ 220 Watts of Power: Powerful enough to easily cut through a double batch of cookie dough or butter right out of the refrigerator.
â€¢ 3 Low Mixing Speeds: Lower mixing speeds provide greater control when folding or mixing dry ingredients.
â€¢ Easy To Clean: The Power Advantage Hand Mixer has a smooth, sealed base; wipes clean instantly.
â€¢ Heel Rest: Allows mixer to rest squarely on countertop.
â€¢ One-Step On/Off Switch: One-step power switch allows you to turn mixer on and off in a single operation.
â€¢ LED Speed Display: Digital speed settings are easy to read.
â€¢ One-Touch Speed Control: Allows you to change speeds quickly while you are mixing.
â€¢ Maximum Comfort: Balanced to do more work for you. The shape of the mixer allows maximum possible power and balance. Stress-free grip provides unparalleled comfort and control, even during extended mixing.
â€¢ Automatic Feedback: No need for a power boost. An electronic feedback mechanism automatically feeds in extra power when needed. It assures that the mixer will not bog down, even when mixing heavy loads.
â€¢ SmoothStart feature: When the mixer is turned on, the beaters start spinning very slowly to prevent ingredients from splattering.
â€¢ Exclusive Rotating Swivel Cord: Unique swivel cord can be positioned for comfortable right- or left-handed use.
â€¢ Spatula, instruction manual and recipe booklet included
- Hand blender with 220-watt motor and automatic feedback
- 7 speed options; slide control easily shifts speeds with a single touch
- Swivel cord; extra-long dishwasher-safe beaters; beater-eject lever
- Spatula, chef's whisk, instruction/recipe book included
- Measures approximately 8 by 3-3/4 by 5-3/4 inches; 3-year limited warranty
- Product Dimensions: 9 x 4.2 x 6 inches ; 3.2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
- Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- ASIN: B000TVPCEE
- Item model number: HM-70
Average Customer Review (615 customer reviews)
One-year Update: So far, so good!, By S. Depenning
December 26, 2007
I just bought this mixer after reviewing Amazon comments and other Web sites. Amazon users give the Cuisinart mixed reviews, but several other sites, such as Cooks.com give it very high marks -- equal to or better than the KitchenAid. It came down to this mixer or a KitchenAid. I decided to buy the Cuisinart, based on the 3-year warranty. One use tells me the mixer has the power I need. It feels and looks first rate, and the beaters do a great job. I agree with everything the first reviewer said in his excellent review, except I don't think the beater release is all that flimsy, unless you are trying to jam attachements in that aren't made for the unit. I'd be reluctant to use other brand dough hooks or attachments as he suggested. The ones I have from a previous mixer are not only larger on the tips (he filed those down) but are also a bit thicker on the shafts. I think you're asking for trouble if you try to force other units' attachments into this mixer. I rate it four stars...
Great power for a handheld mixer, By D. Dang 'dead eye dad'
June 12, 2009
I was in the market for a new hand held mixer after the KitchenAid that I got for Christmas a couple of years back died an ignominious death while making a simple batch of chocolate chip cookies. I have a twenty year old, Heavy Duty, 325 watt KitchenAid stand mixer that has never let me down and I expected better from their hand held mixer. I could go on, but that's another story.I had my search narrowed down to this seven speed Cuisinart and the Dualit (made in England) hand mixers and decided to go with the Cuisinart partly because it was lower in cost and partly because I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to get parts or repair support for the Dualit in case it ever needed it. Cuisinart is a major supplier of kitchen electrics in the USA and service centers are nearly everywhere.The Cuisinart boasts 7 speeds, and there is truly 7 different speeds. The first speed is quite slow, unlike the low speed of the Dualit, while the highest speed is quite brisk. All...
Doesn't Last more than 3 years, By L. Wellner
February 24, 2010
It's a convenient mixer and does a good job whipping up eggs and light batters. I have gone through two of these. Even though the warranty on both mixers were for 3 years, both of them stopped working after about, well, three years. The plastic parts inside don't hold up, and parts are not available for fixing it. Also be warned that the product registration card is only for marketing purposes. When I called, they did not have my product registered with customer service. The only way to get a replacement mixer if yours breaks is to present a receipt, so keep your receipt: you will need it in about three years.