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Black & Decker MX300 Power Pro Hand Mixer, White


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  • Powerful 250-watt motor maintains the speed under any mixing condition
  • Wire beaters platted of chrome
  • Includes spatula for convenient scraping sides of the bowl
  • Features a comfort grip and convenient bowl rest
  • Comfort Grip

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With 250 watts of power, 5 speeds, power boost and professional chrome plated wire beaters the MX250 makes easy work of the heaviest cookie dough. The included spatula attachment conveniently scrapes the sides of the bowl as you mix. The unit features a comfort grip and convenient bowl rest.

  • Powerful 250-watt motor maintains the speed under any mixing condition.
  • Wire beaters platted of chrome.
  • Includes spatula for convenient scraping sides of the bowl.
  • Features a comfort grip and convenient bowl rest.
  • Comfort grip.



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    Amazon.com: 81 reviews
    40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    Black & Deckers - Ups and Downs May 1 2008
    By Andrew F. - Published on Amazon.com
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    This is a solid mixer that will get the job done. It comes with whisks and beaters, which I think is great. I use the whisks for scrambled eggs, and they come extra fluffy.

    My gripes is that there really is no "low" speed on here. Even on the lowest setting, it sounds like a corvette is going to roll through my mixing bowl.

    Also, the plastic spatula is a nice thought, but no substitute for a real spatula. It kinda helps if you're doing cake batter, or something equally thick, but don't buy this one just because it comes with a gimmick.
    39 of 43 people found the following review helpful
    Lousy mixer Dec 3 2007
    By S. Zerfas - Published on Amazon.com
    We replaced a cheap $10 Proctor Silex mixer with this Black & Decker model that was suppose to be an upgrade. What a mistake this was as the mixer did not even last a year of use. I find it humorous that they give you heavy duty beaters and motor with power boost and then use PLASTIC gears! I took the unit apart as soon as I heard the grinding sounds coming from it and sure enough the gears had warn a thin line down the center of them rendering the mixer worthless. What is amazing to me is the cheap Proctor Silex mixer had worked for 5 years doing the same job without breaking, we ended up donating it at the end but still working as good as new. The only reason we upgraded was to get some of the fancier features this model had, now we need to buy a new mixer.
    25 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    Loads of Power March 27 2007
    By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    Excellent performance and very high power with this hand mixer. Recommend this product for small mixing jobs when you don't need a stand mixer.
    32 of 35 people found the following review helpful
    Planned obsolence. Nov. 3 2008
    By LH - Published on Amazon.com
    I had a kitchenaid mixer and was very happy with it, but then I lost one of the beaters, so my mother gifted me with this black and decker mixer. I was first disappointed with it because there is no true slow speed -- the lowest speed is so fast it'll beat the heck out of whipping cream or egg whites, but fails miserably for blending dry and wet ingredients, because it's so fast everything flies out of the bowl. Ridiculous. Makes me think that absolutely no realistic testing was done on it.

    Then, after having used the mixer a couple of dozen times, problems appeared with the beaters -- first, they started falling apart, with the two wires becoming disconnected at the top. They still worked, but then I noticed the rust. Yes, rust. At both the base of the beater (where the wires connect to the pole) and at the top of the wires, where the wire has actually split. I'm not hard on my beaters and I even wash them by hand. I am pissed off at this glaringly obvious planned obsolesence and will never buy another black and decker appliance again.
    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
    plenty of power Nov. 1 2007
    By Typical Consumer - Published on Amazon.com
    Verified Purchase
    Strong and easy to use this hand held mixer is superior to others I have used in the past and would recommend it in the future.