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Cookworks Hand Mixer with Bowl £9.99 R+C @ Argos

£9.99 @ Argos
Cookworks Hand Mixer with Bowl. * 200 watts. * 5 speeds. * Dough hook. Read More
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[mod] 6y, 6m agoFound 6 years, 6 months ago
Cookworks Hand Mixer with Bowl.

* 200 watts.
* 5 speeds.
* Dough hook.
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#1
we have this not really that good to be honest but i spose for £10 its ok
#2
found the whisk doesnt reach the bottom of bowl unless you use it by hand which defeats the object of having it.
#3
Reserved two..hope they are good seem weak powerwise as only 200watt motor
#4
Got one already and rubbish to be honest. I guess not bad for a tenner but I wouldn't bother to be honest
1 Like #5
Tesco one has really good reviews - it was reduced recently but now is back up to £9 - I'd probably choose it over this to be honest

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.206-8202.aspx
#6
save money and buy better quality...
#7
45ure
Tesco one has really good reviews - it was reduced recently but now is back up to £9 - I'd probably choose it over this to be honest

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.206-8202.aspx


Thats a mixer only no stand or bowl.
#8
200W and a dough hook is an optimistic combination to say the least - my guess is that anyone attempting to actually make dough is going to struggle...

The paddles not reaching the bottom of the bowl is also disastrous - I can see it now, egg yolks in the bottom of the bowl LAUGHING at you :)

Meanwhile I use a cheaper option - it's called a wooden spoon and it comes with free exercise :)
#9
Can anyone recommend a better quality but reasonably priced mixer like this?
1 Like #10
DanFerret
Can anyone recommend a better quality but reasonably priced mixer like this?

What do you actually want to do with it? DO you need a bowl over just a hand mixer? Do you want to make bread dough? Do you intend to use it a lot or just once in a while?

If the answer to those is all 'yes', spend a few quid and get something really decent (you'd be thinking £50-60) - if the answer is 'no', get the highest-wattage hand-mixer you can find...

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