KitchenAid KHM7210ER Turbo Beater II Compact Hand Mixer, 7-Speed

Last updated date: August 21, 2020

DWYM Score
9.5

KitchenAid KHM7210ER Turbo Beater II Compact Hand Mixer, 7-Speed

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Overall Take

The this compact hand mixer is ideal for powering through heavy ingredients. The included whisk attachment is perfect for whipping egg whites to fluffy peaks or whip cream to top your favorite dessert. In our analysis of 79 expert reviews, the KitchenAid KitchenAid Turbo Beater II Compact Hand Mixer, 7-Speed placed 3rd when we looked at the top 14 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

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Checkout The Best Compact Hand Mixer for a detailed review of all the top compact hand mixers.

Expert Summarized Score
10.0
7 expert reviews
User Summarized Score
9.2
4,220 user reviews
Our Favorite Video Reviews
What experts liked
As it comes with a splash-proof lid, you can count on it to have a clean working environment.
- CTOP Reviews
The cord can be locked from either the left or right side, allowing easy ingredients insert.
- Listamazing
It comes with a slow start function which means that there is less chance for the mess when you first start mixing.
- Two Kitchen Junkies
The hand mixer is designed with a single-handed press button that makes it easier and faster removal of accessories.
- Top Ten Product Review
Lightweight, one-year warranty, handles tough tasks
- Business Insider
Besides being lightweight, the hand mixer has a soft grip that makes it ideally comfortable to use.
- Kitchen Geek
Stainless steel body is another plus, making this hand mixer a lot more durable than other breeds. Stainless steel body also resists well against motor rotation at high speed.
- Mess Makes Food
What experts didn't like
The beaters are a bit short so that cream likes to splash up to the case.
- CTOP Reviews
The power is a little on the low side and it might not be a great choice for those who need something a little more robust and faster.
- Two Kitchen Junkies
Doesn't come with dough hooks, location of the swivel-locking cord holder may make it difficult to set the unit down
- Business Insider
Does not include a storage case
- Kitchen Geek
The electric hand mixer has a low-powered motor that offers only 150 watts. So, it’s not wise to use KHM7210ER to beat or mix relatively thicker or harder ingredients.
- Mess Makes Food

From The Manufacturer

The KitchenAid Hand Mixer provides you with the power and control to mix up your favorite cookie dough, mash potatoes and so much more.

An Overview On Compact Hand Mixers

Stand mixers have their merits, but sometimes a counter-consuming behemoth is overkill. For quick jobs, tight quarters, or small hands, a compact hand mixer will perform the task nicely.

When shopping for a compact mixer, consider how you will likely use it. If you would like to have one on hand to whip up a cake mix or make some pancakes on occasion, a simple three-speed hand mixer will suffice. However, if you often find yourself whipping up everything from meringues to mashed potatoes, a mixer with multiple speeds and perhaps a power boost option will likely serve you better.

Attachments are another consideration. Many compact hand mixers simply include a set of beaters, which are excellent for basic mixing needs. On the other hand, you can find mixers that come with additional attachments, such as whisks and dough hooks. Again, your personal preferences will help you determine what is necessary.

Think about storage options, as well. If you have limited cabinet space in your kitchen, a compact hand mixer with its own case or with clips to hold the beaters will be easier to tuck away and to find when you need it.

Of course, the price of a compact mixer is also essential. Deciding on a budget before you begin shopping and then listing the features that matter most to you will help you make the best decision.

DWYM Fun Fact

Seventeenth-century European cooks mixed ingredients with wooden brushes, which at the time were bundles of birch twigs that had been soaked in a river to soften them until the bark peeled off easily. By the Victorian era, wire balloon whisks were widely used.

In 1884, inventor Willis Johnson patented the egg beater. The hand-cranked rotary beaters made mixing much less laborious.

An Ohio engineer invented the KitchenAid mixer; he registered the trademark in 1919.

The Compact Hand Mixer Buying Guide

  • Always turn off a hand mixer before inserting the beaters into a bowl containing ingredients to mix. Increase the speed one level at a time to avoid breaking the mixer, overbeating the batter, or making a mess of your kitchen.
  • Do not immerse a hand mixer in water. To clean it, remove the beater attachments and wash them as directed. Unplug the mixer to avoid electric shock and wipe carefully with a damp cloth where needed.
  • If your compact hand mixer includes multiple attachments, learn the functions of each to obtain the most value from them. For instance, beaters are best for mixing ingredients with a normal to dense consistency, such as batter or mashed potatoes. Dough hooks are best for kneading bread. A whisk attachment provides aeration to whip wet ingredients, such as eggs or cream.
  • Avoid messes when mixing by poking the beaters through a sheet of wax paper before inserting them into the mixer. The paper will contain splatters keeping you and your countertops clean. This is especially useful when your child wants to help in the kitchen.
  • Always supervise children using a hand mixer to avoid damage to the appliance as well as injury to the child.