Cordless 7-Speed Hand Mixer, A decent hand mixer is essential in any kitchen for quickly mixing batters, doughs, and even our new favorite whipped cream recipe. While we adore KitchenAid’s basic hand mixer, this cordless version is a significant improvement! Instead of tangled connections limiting your mobility, you’ll be able to utilize this mixer wherever you want (literally).
A single dial on top of the mixer’s handle controls seven settings and indicates the battery level so you know when it’s time to charge. On a single charge, the mixer has enough power to produce four batches of chocolate chip cookies. You can comfortably rest the mixer on the counter between ingredient additions because the motor’s base is flat.
Cordless 7-Speed Hand Mixer Pros
- Can use anywhere
- Stylish design and colour range
- Easy to use
Cordless 7-Speed Hand Mixer Cons
- Need to remember to charge battery before use
- Only one set of beaters
Cordless 7-Speed Hand Mixer Overview
- Cordless hand mixer
- 269 x 203 x 132mm, 1.35kg
- 7 speeds
- 2 x beaters
- The battery can last up to 200 cookies.
The KitchenAid Cordless 7 Speed Hand Mixer is designed to provide bakers with all of the power and performance of a traditional handheld mixer without the need to plug it in.
Instead, it’s powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, giving you the freedom to cook wherever you want, not just where you have access to electricity. On a full charge, the battery can make up to 200 cookies in four batches, according to KitchenAid’s estimations.
KitchenAid Cordless 7-Speed Hand Mixer Design and Features
The KitchenAid Cordless 7 Speed Hand Mixer model we tested came in Empire Red, but it also comes in Black Matte, Onyx Black, Passion Red, Grey, Blue, and White. With the KitchenAid logo on the front of the mixer, it’s a beautiful and minimalist piece of equipment. Aside from that, the top of the unit has a push button for removing the beaters, a battery light indication, and a speed selector switch.
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When the mixer is turned off, the charging plug is only visible through a slot in the speed selector, thanks to the minimalist design. Because the speed selector is locked when the adapter is plugged in, you won’t be able to plug in the mixer if the battery dies in the middle of a bake.
This was not an issue in our experience because the mixer had more than enough energy for the cakes we produced. However, if the mixer has been sitting in a cupboard for a while and you suddenly feel the urge to bake, you’ll need to be patient because it takes about two hours to charge to full capacity. However, a simple cake batter may be made in just 10 minutes with a rapid charge.
The mixer can be stood up while adding ingredients, and the strong design allowed us to leave it over a hot pan, the kitchen sink, or the mixing bowl and it would stay put.
The mixer is easy to handle and operate. The speed selection switch moves up and down smoothly between the seven various settings, and the handle is flat on the exterior and rounded on the inside. It makes advantage of KitchenAid’s Soft Start feature, which gradually increases the speed of the beaters to the level you choose, preventing ingredients from spraying all over the place.
The KitchenAid Cordless 7 Speed Hand Mixer comes with only one pair of beaters; some other models and brands have a separate whisk attachment and dough hooks as well. This can add time to your baking because sophisticated recipes will require you to whisk and mix in several stages, requiring you to clean the beaters each time. Looking for the best hand mixers? We have a list you can check.
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