Hand mixers are a very affordable appliance, with the vast majority of the models available on the market selling for under $100. The models that cost $20 or below are categorized as "inexpensive". Cheaper models are better suited for occasional or lightweight mixing and whisking. Users find that these units are not particularly powerful, and this this may be explained by the lower wattage inexpensive models typically have. Opinions show that more expensive mixers are better at kneading dough, which may also be due to the larger motors. Many different brands offer low-budget models, including Proctor Silex and Sunbeam.
Inexpensive Hand Mixers
Based on 985 opinions
Top Inexpensive Hand Mixers
The Top Inexpensive Hand Mixers were determined by an in-depth analysis of the opinions collected on all hand mixers priced $20 and below. Buzzrake took into account how users described each product's performance, quality, ease of use, reliability, speed, how well it kneads dough, and their overall satisfaction with the product.
1. Proctor Silex Easy Mix 5-Speed Hand MixerAccording to user opinions, the Proctor Silex Easy Mix 5-Speed Hand Mixer is the #1 inexpensive mixer. This mixer is equipped with a 100w motor and 5 speed options. Its suggested retail price is $12.99, which is very inexpensive for handheld mixers. It weighs 1.6lb, which is also below average for a handheld mixer. Aside from being the #1 inexpensive hand mixer, this product is also rated very highly for value, performance and ease of use. Opinions show that while this is a favorite in many categories, users do find its power level unsatisfactory.
2. Sunbeam 220-Watt Hand Mixer with Retractable CordThe Sunbeam 220-Watt Hand Mixer with Retractable Cord is a top inexpensive pick among users. This mixer features a 220w motor and 6 different speed settings. The MSRP for this mixer is $19.99, which has earned it a very high rating for value. Users praise this hand mixer's quality and powerful motor. Opinions show that it is also considered a very reliable product, though it does occasionally fall short in performance.