Proctor Silex 62507 5-Speed Easy Mix Hand Mixer Black

January 21, 2016 - Comment

Hand Mixers are powerful, compact and durable appliances for all of your mixing needs. Proctor Silex Hand Mixers are reliable small appliances for all your baking and cooking needs. These lightweight mixers are designed for power with 5 speeds that are ideal for mixing, stirring, beating and whipping. Models come equipped with traditional chrome beaters

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Hand Mixers are powerful, compact and durable appliances for all of your mixing needs. Proctor Silex Hand Mixers are reliable small appliances for all your baking and cooking needs. These lightweight mixers are designed for power with 5 speeds that are ideal for mixing, stirring, beating and whipping. Models come equipped with traditional chrome beaters for optimal mixing. Proctor Silex Hand Mixers are compact and convenient, with a unique Bowl Rest stabilizing feature and a comfortable handle that provides extra control. Whether you’re mixing ingredients for baking or beating eggs for omelets, Proctor Silex hand mixers make preparation easy and save you valuable time in the kitchen.

Product Features

  • Bowl Rest Feature
  • 5-Speed Mixer
  • Beater Eject
  • 100 Watts of Power
  • Reliable small appliances for all your baking and cooking needs

Comments

Robert R. says:

Very Basic – As it Should be for this Price This is an extremely basic mixer. Since I was just going to be doing very light duty things on occasion with it, I opted for it, but it seems somewhat flimsy and not especially powerful in use, and it’s also easy to accidentally eject the beaters when changing the speed (you press down on the same button to eject). (After using it awhile this is no longer a problem.)There’s no balloon whisk attachment for getting lots of air into egg whites but I’ve still managed to make decent souffles with it, and I would never even attempt a heavy dough with this. For the stuff I do use it for though (souffles, custards, creme brulee, and so on), it’s not especially fast, not especially powerful, but it does the job well enough (and everything else I can do in my food processor anyway).Everyone should be realistic. Even $50 to $90 mixers on here have less than stellar reviews. This is for someone on a limited budget or who uses only very occasionally. Anyone who rates…

redwagon says:

Good, but… 0

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