Bamix Hand Mixer Reviews
Description:Precision hand mixer used by professionals. With dry mill, mincer, beater, whisk, processor, cassette and 600ml jug with snap on lid. 1.9 metre spiral cable. Fitted with 13 amp plug
Newest Review: ... think I paid too much after searching the web when I got home, I still believe it was one of the best kitchen purchases I ... more
Customer Bamix Hand Mixer Reviews (9)
by - written on 29/12/02, updated on 29/12/02 (Very useful, 6770 readings)
The Bamix food mixer is a must have for any kitchen. I have had mine for only a year but I cannot do with out it. Bamix has been going for along time and has produced this amazing machine for a good many years. Not many things come out of Switzerland, but what does is very good quality. The Bamix is no exception. I first saw this machine during a demonstration at the ideal home show in Birmingham. I purchased mine at a food show there a few months later. When you purchase your Bamix you will get not only the whisk but a number of accessories, including a stand, a jug with lid, 3 blades, a blending machine a recipe book and a video The first ... Read the complete review
by magpiebaby - written on 16/07/08
I bought my Bamix 7 years ago when my daughter was a baby and apart from general kitchen use, I used it all the time to puree her food, and then 2 years later for my son's food. It's now in use all the time for pancakes, breadcrumbs, herbs, smoothies, egg whites, soups, sauces etc etc. I keep it on my worktop, next to my sink so it's not only handy at all times but I can simply wash it under a running tap and put it back on its stand. In the last 2 weeks or so it's had a new lease of life as I've started on the LighterLife diet which entails drinking 3-4 soups or shakes every day. The beater produces lovely, frothy, creamy shakes which taste 100 times ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/02, updated on 16/05/02 (Very useful, 3788 readings)
I have a small addiction to kitchen equipment, and a mantra that I've inherited from my Grandmother which runs 'you get what you pay for'. For some time I'd been wanting a hand held blender, mostly for blending soups directly in the pan it has to be said. I'm a lazy cook, and if I can get a gadget that can save me from ladling lumpy soup into a blender, then pouring that into a second bowl while I blend the rest ... well I'm all for it. There are so many hand held blenders out there. Pricewise they start as cheap as chips and end up somewhere around the cost of the Bamix. I was looking to spend around 40 or 50 pounds originally, and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/08 (Useful, 2453 readings)
I bought my Bamix at the Good Food Show in Birmingham in 2008. It was one of those moments when you are wow'd by the demonstrator. Does not happen to me too often as I am usually quite sensible. However, although I think I paid too much after searching the web when I got home, I still believe it was one of the best kitchen purchases I have made in a long time. I use it to blend soups, mash potatoes (although you do need to be careful not to mix for too long) and to whip cream, blend granulated sugar into caster and lots of other jobs. The long lead is great meaning it will stretch across the kitchen to be used and cleaned in the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/01, updated on 16/06/01 (Useful, 2759 readings)
I saw this brand years before others came on the market. On a visit to Australia in the early eighties.I saw my girlfriend perform miracles with it. Imagine purreing, mashing and blending right in the pot where you cooked the items. A saving in dishes to wash up, a whizz to clean and it really had the power to do it. I coughed up the not inconsiderable sum to buy it and have not regretted it since. On subsequent visits I bought the attatchments. They are not bad but the main thing is the blender. Later I saw some other brands where I live, and bought them as presents. The Braun is the most popular brand locally, but none can hold a candle to the Bamix. I ... Read the complete review
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