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Sunbeam FPSBSM2104 Heritage Series 350-Watt Stand Mixer, Red


Sunbeam FPSBSM2104 Heritage Series 350-Watt Stand Mixer, Red


Introducing the new iconic Sunbeam Heritage Series Stand Mixer. This Mixmaster is made with elegant and durable die-cast, all metal construction. Equipped with a powerful 350-watt motor, this convenient stand mixer works well for everything from high-volume holiday cooking and baking to everyday tasks in the kitchen. The appliance offers 12 different speed settings for quickly and precisely mixing ingredients. Accessories include stainless-steel beaters for creaming butter and sugar or mixing heavy cake mixes, stainless-steel dough hooks that take the hard work out of kneading dough and other hard mixtures, and a 4.6 Quart stainless-steel mixing bowl. Other highlights include a turntable base that allows the bowl to turn while mixing, a soft-grip molded handle for a secure grip, an eject button that releases the attachments, and a tilt-back locking head for convenient removal of the mixing bowl and attachments. After unplugging the unit and removing the beaters, the mixer head can be wiped down with a damp cloth and removed for compact storage and the accessories can be cleaned in the dishwasher.

  • 12 variable speeds allow soft start ensuring superior control regardless of mixture
  • 3-way mixing action; synchronized bowl and beater automatically increases and decreases speed with adjustment of the control knob
  • 350-watt motor and full die cast metal body combined with non-skid rubber feet keep the mixer completely stable during operation
  • Off-center bowl position lets you add ingredients while in use and results in less scraping
  • Chrome beaters and dough hooks, and stainless steel 4.6-quart mixing bowl included

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  1. 744 of 759 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Kitchen Aid vs. Sunbeam, September 29, 2011
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    ut158 (USA) –
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    This review is from: Sunbeam FPSBSM2104 Heritage Series 350-Watt Stand Mixer, Red (Kitchen)
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    I have a Kitchen Aid already. I got this because we had one when I was a kid and this was kind of nostalgic. There has been no significant change in the design of the Sunbeam since I was a kid, at least as far as I can remember. I don’t remember the head locking either up or down, but maybe it did, I don’t know. More on that later… I think you are already familiar with the mechanics of how the Kitchen Aid mixes things (the planetary motion) vs how the Sunbeam mixes things (a hand mixer on a stand) so I won’t go into detail on that, other than to express my preferences between the two.

    Round 1: overall mixing ability
    Today I was trying to make banana bread. First I have to cream some butter with eggs and sugar. After this was complete, I threw in some bananas and had the mixer mash them up. It appears that when you have semi-solid things (like butter or bananas) that you are trying to incorporate into a batter, the free-spinning bowl tends to spin the item right up to the beater, but then at first it doesn’t want to go any further. After doing a little convincing, the beaters just buzz right through it and the bowl spins around until it reaches the obstacle again. This time there is less resistance and better mixing. On the 3rd go around, it’s even better, and so on. I’ve made this same recipe dozens of times on the Kitchen Aid and this process goes a little faster and with less intervention. Don’t get me wrong–the Sunbeam does just fine with this sort of task, it’s just that the Kitchen Aid does it better. I’m going to say that Kitchen Aid is the clear winner here.
    WINNER: Kitchen Aid.

    Round 2: bowl scraping
    Both mixers are very good at getting right up next to the edge of the bowl so that minimal bowl scraping is required, however neither is perfect and both will need a scrape or two during your food prep (NOTE: for either model, the paddles should not actually touch the bowl. If they are, you need to make an adjustment). You cannot scrape the Kitchen Aid bowel while it is running (well, at least not without a very high risk of damaging your mixer, the spoon and/or your hand). The Sunbeam, however, allows you to not only easily scrape the bowl while it is on, but it will even spin the bowl for you so you can just stick a rubber spatula in and hold it in place and the mixer will (sometimes) do the rest for you. I was even able to hold the spatula up to the beaters and thus wipe the spatula clean while it was on. NOTE: the very center of the bowl may sometimes appear to need a good scraping during mixing, but if you just adjust the bowl position using the bowl size lever, it will take care of it for you. It’s manual, but easy. This is only sometimes necessary and I suspect if I ignored the problem, the mixer would eventually get everything in the middle, anyway.
    WINNER: Sunbeam

    Round 3: power
    I’m afraid I haven’t exercised to its full ability yet, but trying to run bread dough through 2 hooks feels a little awkward. I have made bread in this (and it came out great) but it sure sounded like it was struggling. On the other hand, the Kitchen Aid boasts a lot of power… HOWEVER, it has an intentionally engineered weak point–a gear that will break if it sees too much of a load. I’ve had to replace this gear twice on my Kitchen Aid. It costs about $100 to have a pro replace the gear for you, or if you are not too timid to open up the device and get grease all over, you can do it yourself for about $10-$20. Let’s just say I’m not terribly impressed with the whole “power” aspect of Kitchen Aid’s offering.
    WINNER: Draw

    Round 4: ease of use
    * Both are very easy to use, although if you have ever tried to add ingredients to a Kitchen Aid while it is on, you know that you need some sort of device to assist, or you will make quite a mess. That isn’t a problem with the Sunbeam–there’s plenty of room on one side of the bowl to add whatever you need.
    * On the other hand, the head-locking mechanism on the Sunbeam is a little awkward. One of my Kitchen Aids is a tilt head (like the Sunbeam) and the other is a bowl lift mechanism. The tilting Kitchen Aid’s head is much easier to deal with than the Sunbeam because it locks down with a simple lever and then there is no need to lock at the top. The Sunbeam, by contrast, has a button you have to press to lift and then press again to lower and it’s awkward to press in either case. I much prefer the Kitchen Aid’s approach here.
    * The Kitchen Aid has a handle on the bowl that makes it MUCH easier to hold while scraping. The Sunbeam cannot have a handle since the bowl spins.
    * Some of the Kitchen Aid models come with implements that are not dishwasher safe (My Artisan series implements are all dishwasher safe, but my pro-series model made it very clear that I should not be putting it in the dishwasher–if I wanted to wash in the dishwasher, I should buy…

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  2. 100 of 108 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lightweight, and easy to use, September 11, 2011
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    This review is from: Sunbeam FPSBSM2104 Heritage Series 350-Watt Stand Mixer, Red (Kitchen)
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    It is fairly light weight for it’s size. It is very durable, so it not going to fall apart after the first use. I had it all the way up to the highest speed and it was not any louder than my hand held mixer. The bowl is easily set into place and removed, along with the blades. While mixing, the bowl spins, so there is no real need for you to spin the bowl so the mixer gets to everything. Also, it is easy to slide the switch that moves the bowl so the blades can be in the center or along the side. In each position, the bowl with spin slowly, yet it is easy for you to spin bowl if you want it to spin a little faster, and can switch the position of bowl while mixing as well. There is a button along the side to lift the blades out of the mix, as well as an eject (marked) button to remove the blades from the mixer. It does come with a nice size bowl, I might enjoy a smaller bowl at some point but the one that comes with the mixer is nice for cake mix or bread dough. For what I do, I wouldn’t want anything larger. I am looking forward to the holidays to have a reason to use it, and maybe try it out on making mashed potatoes from scratch.

    I have recently bought the smaller bowl for this and it is the perfect size for me. Small stainless steel bowl for Sunbeam Heritage mixers.The bowl that came with the mixer is the biggest I would use, especially for home use. The smaller bowl is perfect for smaller projects. My husband is in the army, so when he is deployed it is just me and my daughter, so most of the stuff that I would use the mixer would be for small amounts.

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  3. 39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very good, except for bread, October 16, 2012
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    A. Thompson (Salt Lake City, Utah) –
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    I grew up with a Sunbeam and have always liked them. When I got married, I “upgraded” to a Kitchen Aid, which I despised. It was so cute, but it left a 1″ thick layer of dough/batter etc. around the entire edge of the bowl that the one beater wouldn’t pull in. You also couldn’t scrape the sides while the beater was going because of the bowl being so tall and narrow, so in order to get to that ring of unmixed stuff, you had to stop the mixer, pull up the head, push the dough down to the center, and turn it back on. Four rotations later, it was pushed back to the edge of the bowl, again unreachable by the beater. I DO NOT recommend a Kitchen-Aid to anyone who actually wishes to mix anything!! I’m an avid baker and use my mixer a lot, so I cannot believe Kitchen Aids are so popular! The one thing it’s supposed to do–mix your ingredients well–it couldn’t do. I couldn’t wait to sell mine and get something else.

    Once I finally got rid of my Kitchen Aid, I wanted something attractive, powerful, and that would get ALL the mix off the sides of the bowl. I discarded any one-beater mixers because of my bad experience with Kitchen Aids. First I tried the Brylane Home 2-beater mixer. WAY too loud and powerful with no low speeds, only high, higher, and hurricane. So I finally crossed my fingers and ordered the Sunbeam (new and improved from my old 80’s version) and hoped that the few negative reviews wouldn’t make me regret it.

    I’m happy to say, I like it a lot! It is a great mixer. It has all the power I need for even thick cookie doughs, and it whips cream very fast. I like that you can adjust the bowl to be in the center or the edge (I mostly keep it at the edge), and that the beaters start up slowly to keep splash to a minimum. This model doesn’t have a self-propelling motor, and I’m glad! I like to move my bowl back and forward as it turns, which really helps mix that little spot in the center that seems to avoid the beaters if you just let the bowl turn by itself. Once you push the bowl the opposite way, all that missed stuff in the middle is quickly incorporated. Plus, this mixer gets everything on the sides down to about the last 1/8″ of stuff. And you can easily scrape the sides as you mix with the beaters set to the side of the bowl, so you don’t have to stop the mixer to scrape.

    My one BIG disapopintment about this mixer is how poorly it does at making bread. My recipes call for leaving the mixer to knead the dough for 5-7 minutes. HA HA! This mixer just doesn’t have the weight or strength to mix the dough unattended. It jumps all over the counter and would be on the floor in 30 seconds if I didn’t forceably hold it down! This would have been enough for me to return this mixer if I had discovered how bad it was at bread in time, but I was on a low carb diet for the first 2 months after I got it and missed the return window. 🙁

    That being said, I still like this mixer a lot. I don’t make bread as much as I used to (those dang carbs!), and for everything else it is wonderful–frosting, cookies, cake batter, whipped cream, etc.–they all mix up beautifully. But if you are a big bread maker, this is NOT the mixer for you. You’ll get a good arm workout holding your mixer down, but you cannot leave it unattended while it kneads.

    p.s. It is also a big disappointment so me, Sunbeam, that the mixer doesn’t come with a small bowl! I couldn’t even find one to buy. My old Sunbeam came with the smaller bowl, which is so handy for making a cake and then making frosting without having to rewash the big bowl, or for whipping a small amount of whipped cream, or making a half-batch of cookie dough. Shame on you for cheaping out on that smaller bowl!

    * 10/17/12: Edited to add: Sunbeam does now make the smaller bowl! You have to buy it separately, but it’s only $20 on Amazon. I think at this mixer’s price point, it should be included, but at least there is the option to buy it now. Thanks to those who linked me to the bowl!*

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