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Hamilton Beach Professional 7-Speed Hand Mixer - Black

Item# 210-79318305-AF | Model# 79318305 | Added on March 9, 2020 |
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Hamilton Beach Professional 7-Speed Hand Mixer - Black
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Whether it?s a fluffy meringue or chewy chocolate chip cookie dough, you can mix ingredients effortlessly with the Hamilton Beach Professional 7 Speed Hand Mixer. Lightweight and powerful, this mixer has a slow start that prevents splatters, no matter what you?re mixing. Push the QuickBurst button for an extra punch of power at any of the seven speeds. A lockable swivel cord, snap-on storage case and trigger-release makes mixing easy from start to finish. Powerful, Effortless Mixing From mashed potatoes to whipped cream, this professional-grade hand mixer gives you the power and control to mix and blend with ease. Slow Start Reduces Splatters Prevent clouds of flour and splatters of dough by starting slow and gently increasing speed. This hand mixer's first speed is similar to Soft Start* KitchenAid mixers. The vent design and the matte finish make it easy to wipe the mixer clean. Snap-On Storage Case with Accessories The 7 Speed Hand Mixer includes Soft Scrape beaters, whisk and dough hooks. A snap-on storage case keeps all accessories organized neatly. 7 Speeds with QuickBurst at Every Level Adds a quick burst for a slow, gentle mix or for a fast whip. Quick-Release Trigger With a quick pull of the trigger, attachments release when you?re done mixing. Swivel Cord Lock Swivel cord lock lets you adjust the cord to stay out of your way during mixing, whether you?re left or right-handed. 5 Year Limited Warranty Hamilton Beach Professional 7 Speed Hand Mixer?s exceptional ... read more
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