I’ve finally bought an electric mixer last week. It’s a Marubishi 5-Speed Stand Mixer MHM-505 which I got for P990 from Lazada, a local shopping site. This purchase was a gamble because 1) I don’t know the brand and 2) I don’t know if the appliance is durable or not. It was also my first time to shop at Lazada and I had no idea about their service until this transaction (which turned out to be okay naman).
Anyway, I plan to use my new electric mixer this weekend! I’m quite excited because I was doing the mixing manually in my past baking experiments. (Yes, I’m that frugal.) If you’re following this blog, you may have seen pictures of them before. So far, I’ve already baked banana cake, brownies, chocolate cake and red velvet cake. With this new addition to my baking arsenal, I can already imagine happier baking days!
My new electric mixer is a stand mixer. The mixer itself can be detached from the body so you could use it to mix other bowls. It has 5-speed levels, turbo function, large capacity mixing bowl and full size beater and dough hooks. I think it’s ideal for newbie homebakers like me. I promised myself to write a review of this Marubishi appliance if and only if I get satisfied with it. Perhaps, after a couple of use? We’ll see. 🙂
12 Replies to “New Electric Mixer”
I am thinking of buying this too…is it any good?
Yes, it’s good! I rarely use the stand; I just use the mixer by hand and the stainless steel bowl. I think it’s worth its price. 🙂
Hi! Thank you so much for this. I’m really indecisive because I can’t choose between this or the Imarflex IMX-300S Stand Mixer with 360° Rotating Stainless Bowl. I wanted to buy Imarflex because it’s obviously a more familiar brand. What do you think? Perhaps I’m really just looking for something to convince me to buy the Marubishi one.
As long as the mixer works, I’m good. I don’t need a rotating bowl though it sounds cool, huh! Like I said in the comment above, I just use the mixer by hand so I can use a bigger-sized mixing bowl as the one from Marubishi is a bit small for me. 🙂
Hi. mine just has just arrived. Any idea how to remove the bowl from the stand? it’s hard to clean when its still attached. I’ts not in the manual
Remove the beater or dough hooks first and then the bowl. The bowl should be easy to remove by then.
How many watts does this appliance produce?
Hello, Marian! Not sure about that. I just know it works on a 220v power source. 🙂
Hi, how to remove the hand mixer to its stand? Thanks
It’s just attached in the mixer. I remember removing it easily. Please read the manual for the step-by-step instructions. Thanks.