After looking at reviews of hand mixers online, I ordered a Kitchen Aid hand mixer. It did not live up to expectations so I ultimately settled on the Cuisinart Power Advantage 9-Speed Hand Mixer and here is why.
As mentioned above, I previously ordered a Kitchen Aid hand mixer. After owning several different small Kitchen Aid appliances, I figured the quality was similar to the hand mixer.
So I found one I liked on amazon that had great reviews and had it sent to my house. After using the Kitchen Aid mixer, it struggled to mix some items and it just seemed lacking in quality.
I sent it back and went back to researching what I would order next. That is when I came across the Cuisinart Power Advantage 9-Speed Hand Mixer.
After receiving the Cuisinart hand mixer, I quickly unboxed it. The first thing I noticed was how well made it was. It seemed to be of better quality than that of the Kitchen Aid I tried before. It was much better than my original one as well.
Some of the features that I like about the Cuisinart Advantage 9-Speed Hand mixer are:
- It has a caring case to put all the attachments in as well as the cord.
- It has 9 speeds. This gives you plenty of range for slow mixing to whisking.
- 220 watts of power
- Comes with two wire beaters, a dough hook, a chef’s whisk, and a spatula.
- LED digital readout
- Swiveling electric cord.
The Cuisinart Power Advantage 9-Speed mixer has performed flawlessly so far. Maybe the kitchen Aid blender was just a fluke and the rest are not like that, but I did not want to change it. The Cuisinart seems like it is made better to me anyway.
All in all, I am very happy with the purchase. It is going on a year now since I have had it and I have had nothing but great service from it.