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SHARDOR Hand Mixer Electric

The Eject Button, 6 Speed, 5 Stainless Steel Attachments, Versatile Safe Attachments Kitchen Mixer, 2X6 Speed, Easy Eject Button

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What We Like

  • Features heavy-duty 250W motor that offers efficient and quick mixing
  • Features 6-speed settings that meets varied requirements
  • Comes with a snap-on storage case that makes it easy to store


  • may be heavy in weight

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Around 92% of reviews were positive and about 7% were negative.

Final Score:

9.72 out of 10, based on these factors:

  • Build quality
  • Customer support
  • Design
  • Easy to use
  • Giftable
  • Noise level
  • Overall performance
  • Portability
  • Size
  • Value for money
  • What buyers say about SHARDOR Hand Mixer Electric

    It's really powerful and you can store the mixers and accessories in one case, so you don't have to worry about losing parts.

    The frosting was very powdery at first, but this mixer had no problems with it, even after it had been much thicker.

    The old mixer wouldn't work because it was too thick, but this one works great because it will stand up without tipping over or leaning on something.

    The black is really nice, and there are a lot of speeds, but the lowest setting isn't that low, so so so far it hasn't been a big issue.

    The company immediately said they would send me another one, and I couldn't be happier, as the design reduces splattering, is incredibly easy to rinse and clean, and the storage stand is an enormous improvement over most hand mixers.

    Common Questions


    How much does it weigh?


    The mixer without the beaters is the lightest on my scale, at 1 pound 14 oz. I have used it quite a few times and it seems pretty comfortable to use.


    How do you turn off the device?


    The mixer can be turned on by sliding the bottom button up to set the desired speed.


    Is it possible to mix bread with this mixer?


    I used it attime to make a cake that was very thick, dough-like heavy consistency and it worked well, but I did give it breaks every few minutes.


    Does the beaters rust?


    We have run the beaters of this mixer through the dishwasher many times and to-date have not had any rust related issues.


    Is it possible to order replacement beaters?


    If someone sells just the beaters, you would be in luck.

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