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Black & Decker MX40 PowerPro® 125 Watts Hand Mixer

Black & Decker MX40 PowerPro® 125 Watts Hand Mixer
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4 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Black & Decker MX40 PowerPro® 125 Watts Hand Mixer. The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Mixers & Blenders for all reviews.

On average, users rate this product 60/100.

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Consumer review (

Good design, poor construction


Shortly after the warrantee expired, the blades began striking one another. Since this adversely affected the mixing, I took it apart hoping to find a loose belt or the like. What I discovered were very worn nylon teeth on the gears for the mixer...


Broke shortly after warrantee expired

May, 2005

Consumer review (

Help! I Can't Find The Medium Speed!


Yet another gift that my husband and I received for our wedding a little over a year ago was Black and Decker's Spatula Smart Mixer, Mx40. As a gift, it is a really good mixer. It does just what I want it to do- which is, well, mix.

spatula attachment, powerful, long cord, etc

four speeds makes it difficult to figure out which one is MEDIUM.

May, 2001

Consumer review (

A lot of power here


Well once again, it was time to buy another new small appliance. This time my hand mixer died on me. I suppose it was time. I had the old one for many years,though I did'nt use it all the time.

Power,good size cord,and spatula attachment.


May, 2001

Consumer review (

Best Mixer There Is


Recently I had the pleasure of purchasing a new hand mixer. The old one died after over fifteen years of very faithful service. I was impressed with the sheer numbers of features the newer models had.

spatula attachment, power boost

none really

Dec, 1999