Black & Decker MX300 Power Pro Hand Mixer, White
- 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
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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B&D MX300 HAND MIXER 5SPEED 250W SPITULA. B&D MX300 HAND MIXER 5SPEED 250W SPTULAPower Pro 250-Watt Mixer(SKU: MX300) A powerful 250-watt motor maintains the speed under any mixing condition. Use the spatula attachment to scrape the sides of the bowl as you go. Convenient heel and bowl rests make it easy to set down the mixer while adding ingredients.Features:250 Watts &mdash, powered for a variety of tasks Power boost for an extra blast at any speed 5 speeds provide a wide range of control Comfort-Grip&trade, handle for non-slip comfort and easy use Spatula attachment scrapes the bowl as you go Professional-style wire beaters and whisks are ideal for beating and whipping with ease Heel and bowl rests conveniently let you set down the mixer on the counter or in the bowl
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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.
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.