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Sunbeam Mixmaster HeatSoft JM7000
  • Category: Handheld Food Mixers
  • Type: Handheld
  • Number of Mixing Speeds: 7
  • Body Material: Plastic
  • Power: 270 W
  • Weight: 2.2 kg

Sunbeam Cafe Series Planetary Mixmaster MX9200

Latest review: Maybe one of the worst mixers ever made. Was disappointed that it never seemed to touch the bottom when mixing and today motor finally stopped working after just over 2 years and limited use (lucky


Sunbeam Planetary Mixmaster MX7900

Latest review: Used my mixmaster maybe once a week, I love to bake but I love variety, most of the use for my beautiful my stunning stand mixmaster was for whipping egg whites and cream. Until about a month prior


Sunbeam Mixmaster Classic

Latest review: I purchased this mixer based on previous great service from a Sunbeam Mixmaster I had many years ago. I have used it, very successfully about 4 times. Today I was making a cake and stopped it to


Sunbeam Mixmaster Compact Pro MX5950

Latest review: I would have picked this up in 2010 ,11 same deal like most others has been use as hand held mostly.My drama is it's stuck in @ high speed and the locking button won't lock this happend after the 3d


Sunbeam Mixmaster Hand JM6600

Latest review: Have this hand mixer for 4 years. Hasn’t missed a beat. Easy to use and handy size. Love the retro look. Comes with 3 sets of tools beating, whipping and hook sort of looking. The only negative thing


Sunbeam Planetary Mix Master MX9600

Latest review: I love the pasta roller the timer on the mixer is awesome it makes my pizza dough effortlessly use it constantly the bowl is big . The attachments are easy to change it is not to heavy.the after


Sunbeam Beatermix Pro JM5900

Latest review: The power cord is too short even though the power point is at the end of the bench. The beaters are too short. The controls are not the easiest to use. On the positive side the motor performs


Sunbeam Cafe Series Planetary Mixmaster MX9500

Latest review: Initially did not work without holding head down the entire time. This completely defeated the purpose of having a mixer of this type. Had a Kenwood for 30 years and never had a problem. When


Sunbeam Beatermix JM4000