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KitchenAid Hand 7 Speed Mixer From Martha Stewart's Blue Collection

Updated on September 25, 2014

Martha Stewart's KitchenAid 7 Speed Hand Mixer, It's A Good Thing!

Martha Stewart's KitchenAid Hand Mixer 7-Speed is the final in a series of reviews about Martha's blue collection small kitchen appliances and yes, it is proving to be as good as you would expect something from KitchenAid and Martha to be. You have come to the right place for more details and some customer reviews of this hand mixer.

Unfortunately, the Kitchenaid mixer actually called "Martha Stewart" is very hard to find. However, Kitchenaid offers a similar blue hand mixer that they call crystal blue and I have substituted it on this page for the former robin's egg blue mixer that I had featured.

Click here to read more about the KitchenAid 7-Speed Hand Mixer from Amazon.

"I made my first ever batch of whoopie pies with this tool and it's the bomb!" ~~ Doughboy

Martha Stewart Hand Mixer
Martha Stewart Hand Mixer | Source

KitchenAid's 7-Speed Hand Mixer

This KitchenAid mixer is great because:

  • It's easy to use.
  • It's small and easy to store.
  • It's heavy duty.
  • It's well made. (It's by KitchenAid!)
  • It's relatively quiet.
  • It has electronic speed control buttons.

Customer Review of Martha Stewart's Hand Mixer

"I recently bought this mixer to complete my Martha Stewart Collection. My kitchen looks lovely in white and blue. I had already bought another mixer from another brand that I kept for a couple of years. My goodness!!! What a difference!!! This one is so quiet, easier to use and so cute. I would recommend this 100 percent. Loved it!"

~~ Cabogirl from St Louis

More Small Appliances From Martha Stewart's Blue Collection

More Robin's Egg Blue Accessories & Tools For Your Kitchen

Martha Stewart's blue line seems to have been reduced but don't let that stop you. A simple search for robin's egg or turquoise blue in the kitchen section on Amazon will bring you a host of other interesting items for your kitchen. Although they won't have Martha's name, they will still help you finish your kitchen in the color you love.

Click here to see what Robin's Egg Blue items you will find in the Home and Kitchen section on Amazon today.

Do you think it is worth paying a bit more for a good hand mixer?

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      8 years ago

      Yep. You really can't go wrong with Kitchenaid.

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      9 years ago

      Well, yes I do and I do pay more for mine.


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