A hand mixer is a small hand-held kitchen tool used to blend ingredients. Most are electric, and they tend to be small enough to store in a drawer or cupboard, meaning they can be easily kept out of sight when not in use. The concept is usually quite simple; a small electric motor is usually encased in a house, normally of plastic, that has a handle as well as ports for two blades or paddles.
These paddles are removable in most cases for easy cleaning. Once switched on, the motor causes the blades to spin very quickly. Cooks often use these tools as an alternative to manual blending with a spoon or fork. The mixer is able to work much faster and more efficiently, and at high speeds can often do things like whip cream into a froth, which takes a lot of effort when done manually.
Euromax Hand Mixer 200 Watts, EM-507 Comes with 2 beater for eggs and creams and 2 hooks for making dough. Voltage is 220-240V 50/60Hz.