This is a Sunbeam 2594 350-Watt MixMaster Stand Mixer.
Designed with 350 watts of mixing power and 12 speeds to help you create delicious meals and desserts
• Soft start technology helps minimize splatters and mess on the counter by gently accelerating to selected speed
• Burst-of-Power function provides extra mixing power to work through batters and ensure even mixing at any speed
• Synchronized 3-way mixing action incorporates ingredients easily while off-center bowl positioning makes it easy to add ingredients and helps reduce buildup on the sides of bowl.
Sunbeam Mixmaster Stand Mixer. This mixer puts out an outstanding 350 watts of power. It has 12 speeds, a soft handle and soft start technology. Features an on and off switch and a tilt locking head.
Mix Up Memories
Discover new ways to make precious family memories for your loved ones by carrying on the tradition of special baking moments and joyous celebrations.
Bake Memories With Sunbeam Mixers
The Sunbeam brand has been there decade after decade, from generation to generation, to help prepare treasured family recipes for all to enjoy. Nothing shows fondness and devotion to sweet moments more than delicious treats baked with love and care.
Offset Bowl Positioning
Easily incorporate ingredients as you are mixing, eliminating the need to stop and start again.
Tilt Locking Head
Designed to make baking easier and more convenient. You can change out the accessories or remove the bowl with a simple release button to raise or lower the head. The open handle design makes it convenient to carry the mixer for storage or cleaning.
Burst of Power Button
Burst of Power button for an added boost of power at any speed.
Powerful 350W Motor and 12 Different Speed Settings
Powerful 350W motor and 12 different speed settings for quickly and precisely mixing ingredients to perfection.
Perfect for the price!
By L. DONOVAN on June 20, 2012
I just bought this model for $59.00 at Ocean State Job Lot. I wanted to try it out a couple times before I wrote a review. I already own a Breadman Bread Maker (which I love for over 6 months now and it was the least expensive bread maker) so I really just needed a stand alone mixer vs. the hand mixer I have had for years. However, I first mixed a batch of bread dough, 4 cups of flour in size, and yes I had to help it with the spatula, no big deal, and it did wobble a bit on the stand. I noticed a little smoke, hardly noticeable, and if you read the instruction manual it says that this can occur when it is new and is perfectly normal. It sure beat mixing bread dough by hand! Today I made a large batch of oatmeal chocolate chip peanut butter cookies and it worked perfectly. Yes, I did have to scrape the sides along the way, but so what. No wobble. For $59.00 it is way better than holding a hand held mixer and trying to do it. Some people who had trouble with the bowl not turning I believe was because they had the lever in the wrong setting. There is a big and small bowl setting, and it makes a difference. The smaller bowl is a special order, which I think I will get for smaller needs, i.e. whipped cream. For the price it is perfect. If I was going to make large batches of bread dough this would not be enough of a machine, not because of power but because of the way it mixes compared to KitchenAid. But for a one loaf size or pizza dough it works fine. I will update more later with more use. If you read the reviews on the KitchenAid mixers you will find people who have defective machines and are unhappy, and at a price of over $300.00!
I was really pleased with this mixer. By Mary Lahiff on April 24, 2013
I had the sunbeam stand mixer #2395 and loved it. They discontinued this model and of course I dropped the glass bowl and couldn’t replace it or the beaters. I have a christmas cookie business and really count on my mixer. So I took a chance and was very pleased. I also have the kitchenaid mixer and prefer the sunbeam.
MIXMASTER STAND MIXER By jan waugy on December 27, 2010
I HAVE JUST USED MY NEW MIXER. IT WAS EASY TO ASSEMBLE AND PRACTICALLY RAN ITSELF, I USED A SPATULA SEVERAL TIMES, BUT IN COMPARESION TO OTHER STAND MIXERS I HAVE OWNED, IT OUTRANKS ALL OF THEM. THERE ARE SO MANY SPEEDS TO CHOOSE FROM AND IT RUNS VERY QUIETLY. I LOVE IT AND CANNOT WAIT TO USE THE DOUGH HOOKS.
I really love this thing
By Army Wife on September 20, 2011
I am so surprised that so many people do not like this. I bought this solely to make fondant. I got tired of kneading with my hands and getting really sticky so I wanted something to do it for me. I really, really wanted the Kitchen Aid mixer but I could not see myself spending over $200 for it. Anyway, this does the job. It mixes all my fondant ingredients well to the consistency I desire.I use the dough hooks to mix my fondant. It does not get stuck at all. I have had this for a month now and have used it several times. To make sure my ingredients are mixed, I alternate between the mixing of the inner and outer switch. Well worth the money!