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Charles Bentley 63L 230V 220W Portable Cement Concrete Sand Mixer With Wheels - £187.99 Delivered (With Code) @ Robert Dyas

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This heavy duty cement mixer is suitable for home and professional use. It is easy to use and highly portable with two wheels. With a drum capacity of 63L and a mix capacity of 45L it can be used to mix concrete, mortar and plaster. The drum rotates 360º on the stand, which enables a stable, smooth tipping action and the drum has a speed of 28 reps per minute.

  • Capacity: 63L
  • Drum capacity 45L mix capacity
  • 220w motor 230v/50hz
  • UK 3 pin plug
  • Meets European Standard IP45 & Double Insulation
  • Tipping handle
  • Materials: Powder coated steel
  • Dimensions: H111 x D55 x W93.5cm
  • Drum mouth: 24cm
  • Drum diameter: 46cm
  • Weight: 25kg
  • Assembly Required: Some self-assembly required
  • Warranty: A 12 month warranty is offered with this product
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  1. TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    Great for gardeners as it saves the back breaking task of combining poor soil with fertiliser.
    Throw the mix in, and while it is churning you start digging the next lot.

    Not sure what size cakes people are making, but I don't think this belongs in the kitchen category (edited)
  2. TubThumper's avatar
    Hot. At last I can afford a brand new Bentley!
    joyf4536's avatar
    and a 63 Litre one at that !!!
  3. boostii's avatar
    Good to use as an al fresco washing machine in the summer months. Set it up next to your Weber for when the indoor kitchen/utility is too hot and stuffy.
  4. marty-401's avatar
    These hold 63lt when the drum is vertical... But it won't mix anything. So really they only mix about a 20lt load. Oh, and you can't empty them into a wheel barrow as it's too close to the ground...even a bucket is a struggle.
    TristanDeCoonha's avatar
    Just build a sturdy brick platform for it to stand on
  5. miaomiaobaubau's avatar
    63L must be time wasting and must be quicker by hand for that sort of mixture.
  6. sompan's avatar
    Missus stand mixer present sorted.
  7. Just_Looking's avatar
    I bought a Clarke mixer from machine mart 15 years ago. think it cost about £190. for what I was doing at the time it was more economical financially than hiring. Still got it and still works, just cover the electrics with poly bag and the whole lot under a bulk bag
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