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Bamix Swissline 7BA00240

Bamix Swissline 7BA00240

7BA00240D, 7BA00240
3.6 from 13 reviews




MalouSydney, NSW

Bamix is the best stick Blender


I bought a Bamix 33 years ago, in fact in December, 1985! It is still working perfectly, the only problem I have now is that I cannot change the attachment. So I am thinking of buying a replacement. Bamix of course. I recommended it to my friends and they are all happy with it.

Purchased in December 1985 at David Jones Retail Stores for $125.00.

Long life


I bought a Bamix blender 30 years ago and it has only just stopped working. It stopped because I dropped into a sink full of water.
I would recommend to anyone as they are strong, reliable and easy to use.

Date PurchasedFeb 1998


  • 17 reviews
  • 1 like
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Its a really good stickblender

Date PurchasedApr 2018

So disappointing wish I had bought a Braun

Date PurchasedMar 2016

Stassi L

Stassi LSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 20 reviews
  • 1 like

Couldn't live without it!!


So disappointing!!!!


Always fancied a Bamix given all the hype around how it can do this and that and will last a lifetime being such great quality etc so got one from Lakeland and found it was a total disappointment blending soup leaving unblended bits in it. Maybe if I had persisted and spent 30 minutes I would have got the consistency I required but hey ho there are more interesting things to do in life. Took it back and got a refund from good old Lakeland. Gone back to my old Chef Tony stick blender which whizzes through the soup blending it to a smooth consistency in seconds.
Don't understand how Bamix have got so stuck in the past.

Don't Fool Yourself With All The Good Reviews


I bought it because of the amount of positive reviews and I had to write something here because it is so disappointing, the Bamix blender is totally useless. I had one from tesco before for 10 pounds and it worked much better. The Bamix have everything you don't need, it is not practical (the end doesn't separate so you have difficulty to wash it) it doesn't blend properly, last time it took me almost 30 minutes to make a houmous from cheackpeas. I have now a Braun and it is another world. So Bamix, I don't know if they write the review themselves but never more!



  • 2 reviews



I don't think it is worth the money, I have only had it a short time and already need to spend more money on a spare part. They are so small that I must have thrown it in the bin with peelings. Also the blades in the blender seem to require a fare bit if volume before it begins grinding to a decent consistency and nevr reaches the consistency I require with spices and coffee beans etc.
Oct 2015 and need another part...
grinder not sufficient



  • 3 reviews
  • 1 like

So very disappointed


My Favourite in the Kitchen by Far!!!!


My mum bought me a second-hand bamix (with stand & grinder dish) over 10 years ago at a garage sale for $40!! It is the most awesome little appliance and I use it many times a day!! It is extremely powerful, takes a couple of seconds to clean (literally), makes everything easy and has never given me an ounce of trouble. When I go on holidays, it goes in my suitcase and comes with me!!!. I make my own fresh almond milk with it, delicious smoothies, grind nuts, dips, sauces etc. etc. I hope it never dies!!!
Pros: Small - stays on my bench in stand, fast & easy to clean, powerful



  • 4 reviews

Best kitchen investment




  • 46 reviews




gisellenNSW, 2228

  • 30 reviews



Questions & Answers

Keith B

Keith Basked

How do you make nut milks using a Bamix?

1 answer

Youll need to use the chopping bit-mincer blade.. soak the nuts first , only using a little water at first, blend til you get a cream that is smooth.. then start thinning it out. Youll still have pulp.. you need to strain that. You can add that to other cooking

annu ram

annu ramasked

I have a old barmix but now when I put the attachment to use it falls off??? It is my very first appliance that I ever purchase and I still love it.
What can I do to stop this?

No answers



I have an old bamix (1980s) which still works very well. Can I use it with a new wet/dry processor? My old one was broken and I really miss it.
Jeni Z

1 answer

Yes you can. Go ahead have a ball.
Former Australian Bamix Executive Chef
Joanne Mansell #scoopygogo

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