EGL Compact Stand Mixer with chrome beaters and dough hooks (Was £49.99) now £19.98 delivered @ Studio
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EGL Compact Stand Mixer with chrome beaters and dough hooks (Was £49.99) now £19.98 delivered @ Studio

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Found 26th Mar
Crazy cheap price for this Compact Stand Mixer with chrome beaters and dough hooks - its been reduced to just £19.98 and new customers can get free delivery using discount code 048

Featuring 6 speeds and a powerful 250W motor, the EGL Compact Stand Mixer is perfect for whipping up delicious cake and biscuit mixtures, bread dough and more. Its compact design means it doesn’t take up excess worktop space, while the combination of stainless steel and white brings a fresh, modern look to your kitchen.

Key features:
• 250W motor
• 6 speeds
• Stainless steel mixing bowl
• Set of chrome beaters and dough hooks

Height: 26cm (10¼") approximately.

Model Name/Number: xj-13406

12 Months Manufacturer's Guarantee as Standard.


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Nice price but don't go thinking you're getting a food mixer on the cheap - this is pretty small and good for a small/ medium cake or whipping up some cream, maybe a few bread rolls etc

I bought a this because it came with "bread hook" attachments. I'm not sure the manufacturers understand how these are supposed to work. For starters, they ought to be about 50mm wide rather than about 20mm. Also, they need a slow speed, not the frenetic flailing that even the lowest mixer speed provides. Finally, the mixer seemed horrified by something the actual consistency of bread dough. There were unhappy electric motor noises and levels of vibration that might be welcomed in another appliance, but not this one. It's probably ok at beating cake batter but forget making bread dough.


Edited by: "luvsadealdealdeal" 26th Mar
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Nice price but don't go thinking you're getting a food mixer on the cheap - this is pretty small and good for a small/ medium cake or whipping up some cream, maybe a few bread rolls etc

I bought a this because it came with "bread hook" attachments. I'm not sure the manufacturers understand how these are supposed to work. For starters, they ought to be about 50mm wide rather than about 20mm. Also, they need a slow speed, not the frenetic flailing that even the lowest mixer speed provides. Finally, the mixer seemed horrified by something the actual consistency of bread dough. There were unhappy electric motor noises and levels of vibration that might be welcomed in another appliance, but not this one. It's probably ok at beating cake batter but forget making bread dough.


Edited by: "luvsadealdealdeal" 26th Mar
Ahh that' shame I would have bought one
Thank you for the feedback
Underpower for big jobs
shame I would have bought one
Thank you for the feedback
Not worth it if heavy baker. Only 250W motor
Much cheaper than the Kitchaid one I just bought my wife!
Is is ok to make chapati dough??
You know how I don't like getting wet! That's cats for you!
Cheap for what it is, but this is basically a hand mixer and only suitfor very light jobs
It's a good deal for anybody looking for one, but can't afford anything super pricey.
Goose7416 h, 42 m ago

Much cheaper than the Kitchaid one I just bought my wife!


Lol
Looks pretty small and cheap looking. Wouldn't even say it was worth £20.
Too smalll
I would say that this mixer from wilkos is absolutely fab

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It’s an 800w motor with many different speeds and with sturdy metal beaters
So far I love it and I am picky
One thing though....I ended up taking the suction pads off that were screwed on underneath
Gud idea in theory but attempting to get it out of the cupboard was a nightmare
HOW MANY TIMES!! DO NOT BUY FROM THIS COMPANY
stunnin19 h, 28 m ago

HOW MANY TIMES!! DO NOT BUY FROM THIS COMPANY


Howcome?
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