Looking at a handled mixer. Any recs?

(8 Posts)
ALovelyBunchOfCoconuts Sat 02-Nov-13 16:15:36

Really like the look of this Kmix one but a few reviews about it breaking quite easily.

Budget is about £50 as it'll be a Christmas present for myself from DH not that he knows yet grin so if anyone has any better suggestions they would be most welcomed.

ALovelyBunchOfCoconuts Sat 02-Nov-13 16:15:58

Handheld not handled blush

ALovelyBunchOfCoconuts Sun 03-Nov-13 18:33:21

anyone??

Kmix is the only one I've bought NOT to break - its a metal body and much sturdier than others. Only issue so far is the rubber handle bit is sort of twisting around - time for a letter to Kenwood maybe!!

It's a good work horse of a mixer, quite heavyish but then it feels like it won't break like some of the plastic bodied ones - looks nice too.

zandy Tue 05-Nov-13 13:17:25

I've got the k-mix one. It's excellent. No problems with it at all.

ALovelyBunchOfCoconuts Tue 05-Nov-13 18:28:56

ooh replies... yay!

im glad it's considered quite robust.

ill drop some hints to dh grin

DwellsUndertheSink Tue 05-Nov-13 18:33:50

I have a tesco value one, purchased 10 years ago for about a fiver. Still going strong!

Bunbaker Thu 07-Nov-13 18:54:49

I hope you don't mind me hijacking this thread, but I would like to get DD a light hand held mixer for Christmas. The Kmix sounds like it might be too heavy. Can anyone suggest anything?

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