Best Hand Mixers 2017 – Buyer’s Guide and Reviews
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- Best Hand Mixers for 2017 & 2018
- Hand Mixer Reviews from #1-#10
- 1. OXO On Digital – Best Hand Mixer for 2017 (Editor’s Choice)
- 2. Hamilton Beach 62650 Classic – Affordable Hand Mixer
- 3. Cuisinart CHM-7PK PowerSelect – 3 Speed Hand Mixer (Multi-Color)
- 4. BLACK+DECKER MX3200B
- 5. Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC
- 6. KitchenAid KHM920A
- 7. Cuisinart HM-90S Power Advantage Plus
- 8. Bodum Bistro Electric
- 9. Dualit 88520.00 Professional
- 10. KitchenAid KHM512ER Ultra Power
- EXTRA: Video On How To Use A Hand Mixer Effectively
Back in the day, likely in the late 19th century and early 20th century, people who wanted to make certain foods such as whipping cream, dough, and other heavy mixing types of cooking foods, they had to use their hands. And this would sometimes take a good while until things were ready for cooking. But today, there’s electric hand mixers… which will make your cooking easier.
Of course, there’s so many available for sale… which do you choose?
Luckily for you, we put together a buyers guide that goes over the 10 best hand mixers to buy that you can use in your kitchen. There aren’t commercial use mixers, but instead, just to-the-point hand mixer reviews that you can get educated on. Go ahead, give it a read.
Best Hand Mixers for 2017 & 2018
OXO On Digital
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Hamilton Beach 62650 Classi
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Cuisinart CHM-7PK PowerSelect
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Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC
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NOTE: You may find using hand mixers quite useful, there are some other useful guides on our website that you may like. For one, have a look at our stand mixer reviews. Much like hand mixers, fixed ones are meant for more heavy duty tasks (in case you need something like that).
The other guide we have is a food processor buyer’s guide. This is used primarily for perishable food items or things that are mixable (via blades).
Hand Mixer Reviews from #1-#10
1. OXO On Digital – Best Hand Mixer for 2017 (Editor’s Choice)
This is by far, our most favorite and best hand mixer we’ve come across. From all the hand mixer reviews, the OXO On Digital Hand Held Mixer Machine is what you should go after. Its no unreasonably priced, at just 60 dollars. Its a relatively small unit but packs an effective punch in power. The area where the beaters are placed, you’ll have a light which shines brightly towards what you’re mixing.
The motor is steady, and quiet which is made to avoid any kind of splattering. There are simple digital controls which allow you to select between 6 different speeds. the handle is a soft, non-slip one that makes it very comfortable to handle. You get additional balloon shaped beaters which work well on the job and can be stored on the mixer itself.
It has near flawless reviews and is priced appropriately. For a good addition to your kitchen, consider getting this handheld mixer. Click the button below to learn more.
2. Hamilton Beach 62650 Classic – Affordable Hand Mixer
Our #2 is the Hamilton Beach 62650 Classic Hand Mixer. This thing looks quite basic, and that’s because it is. For just over 20 dollars, you get a frustration-free packed mixer with 6 selectable speeds, all from a 290-watt electric motor. You can mix thing with ease using the included beaters. There’s a snap-on storage case that goes directly onto the mixer.
Everything is located on the handle that lets you control the speed, and eject the used up beaters when you’re done. Exterior has a nice touch, with a brushed stainless steel finish.
It’s a pretty popular product, with almost 1000 user reviews (and that’s just a percentage of how many people have actually bought this product). Learn more by clicking the button below.
3. Cuisinart CHM-7PK PowerSelect – 3 Speed Hand Mixer (Multi-Color)
Moving down to our #3 best hand mixer to buy, its the Cuisinart CHM-7PK PowerSelect. This one comes in a pale pink color, which may be good for some while not desirable for others. Either way, that’s not really the most important part. It has a unique front end which has a fan that cools down the 220-watt electric motor. You can select between 7 different speeds and 3 low mixing speeds which eliminate the possibility of splattering.
The cord is movable from left to right, according to how you’d be comfortable mixing. Sitting it down on its back is easy, you just need to move the cord out of the way. Other things you may like, is the price. It’s under 50 dollars, and if you’re a female, in particular, you’ll find this mixer quite appealing.
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4. BLACK+DECKER MX3200B
Black & Decker is not only known for power tools, they do kitchen items as well. This MX3200B Hand Mixer is a good example. Its really a simple, inexpensive mixer.. and that’s what we like about it. Its just 20 dollars, but it does exactly what you’d want from it.
There’s a reasonable 250 watt motor with 6 selectable speeds. Top of this mixer has a physical switch, which allows you to select the speed of blending. It holds in the hand nicely and isn’t too heavy. You get some basic beaters with it, and really that’s all you’d need for basic blending and mixing.
You can store it away in a simple black box, which can be sorted away into your kitchen closet. Overall, it’s inexpensive and works well on basic things. Click the button below to find out more about it.
5. Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC
Now, this is a rather different style of hand mixer and blender, this one you actually hold vertically up or to the sides and mix whatever you desire. The Conair Cuisinart Smart Stick CSB-75BC comes in ten colors to choose from, from brushed chrome, charcoal, lime, metallic red, pink, regular red, sapphire, watermelon sorbet, white, or pearl white.
There are 2 speeds to choose from, low or high. Its all powered by a 200-watt motor which does well at mixing various things. With the stick design, you’ll be able to reach into bowls, pitchers, and most pots. It’s easy to grip, use, and it costs less than 30 dollars.
NOTE #2: Some mixing doesn’t require a handheld mixer, instead what you may need a blender. Have a look at our countertop blender reviews to pick out one that works for you. If you want to make any delicious treats, like ice cream, consider looking into a good quality ice cream maker.
6. KitchenAid KHM920A
This unit here is a better version of the KitchenAid mentioned earlier. This is the KitchenAid KHM902A Hand Mixer. It only comes in one of five different colors: black, dark red, empire red, silver, or white. It has a beautiful exterior design in your desired color and a secondary solid right by the beater giving it an elegant touch.
You get a strong motor that can go through 9 speeds. There’s a cord that can be moved to either left or right direction (depending on what’s comfortable for you). Accessories that are included are hand mixer, turbo beaters, liquid blender rod, dough hooks, whisk and accessory bag.
It feels good in the hand, and each control is really at your fingertips. It’s a mixer that is perfect for any kitchen job.
7. Cuisinart HM-90S Power Advantage Plus
We like this one, a lot. The Cuisinart HM90-S Power Advantage Plus is a rather nice hand mixer which comes with a few extra goodies. While yes you’re paying a premium for it all, from nearly 900 user reviews (including our experience), it seems to be worth it. It comes in one of two colors, white or silver. There’s a 220-watt motor which powers the beaters through 9 speeds. The speed control is through two buttons that go up for higher speed and down for lower speed.
There’s 3 low start speeds to prevent ingredients from splattering (happened to use multiple times using other models), as well as a beater ejection button which makes it easy to remove and clean the beaters.
Additional accessories are included, such as a beater, chefs whisk, dough hooks, spatula, and instruction/recipe book. All these things can be kept in a plastic container which attaches itself to the hand mixer.
8. Bodum Bistro Electric
Now here’s a unique style for a hand mixer, its the Bodum Bistro. This one comes in one of two colors, either red or black. What’s great about this one right away, is the rubberized matte finish which makes it a lot harder to get dirty. There’s a sliceable switch which goes between 5 different speed settings. Along with a button right next to it, that is used to eject the beaters.
The power consumption is quite low, at around 170 watts. There’s a built-in cord storage area, making it great for easy storage and no cord clutter. This unit comes with a limited manufacturer 2-year warranty.
It’s also less than 50 dollars.
9. Dualit 88520.00 Professional
Here’s a professional grade hand mixer which looks quite premium at first glance. The Dualit 4-Speed Professional Hand Mixer. If you see this thing, you’d think its worth at least 100 dollars, but you’d be surprised. Although quite close to around 90 dollars, its still a pretty affordable hand mixer. It operates at 300 watts and has a rotational speed of between 540 and 1200 rpm.
Its finished in a beautiful chrome that looks good and looks the part in almost any kitchen. There’s a simple beater ejector button which quickly lets you remove the beaters after a job of mixing. Lastly, the 4-speed selector is right at your fingertips when you mix.
10. KitchenAid KHM512ER Ultra Power
If you’re at all familiar with KitchenAid, then you know they make a plethora of products. This one, in particular, the KHM512ER is a sleek designed hand mixer that comes with a few nice features that make it easy to use.
You can select it from up to 13 different colors, our favorite being the red, black and green. The electric motor gives you 5-speed settings, which gives you control of how slow or fast you want to mix. You can lock the cord to either left or right side to make your mixing more comfortable.
There are two beater sockets, along with two stainless steel turbo beaters which work together to mix things flawlessly. If you like a bit of customization in your mixer, these are the way to go.
NOTE #3: In many cases, using a hand mixer is used for making the dough. Whether it’s for bread, waffles, pancakes or whatever else that requires.. dough. Click to view our buyer’s guide to the top waffle makers or click here to view our buyer’s guides on the top bread making machines. As for pancakes and others, we’re working on those.