Bamix Swissline 200W / Silver


The very best stick blender on the market, the Bamix Swissline—which is powerful enough to turn skimmed milk into whipped cream—makes up to 18,000 turns per minute without overheating.

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Product Details

In 1954, Bamix made the first blender and food processor designed to go directly into the pot or bowl with your ingredients, skipping the need to juggle between containers. Most stick blenders have two main parts that attach together: the top has the motor and bottom has the wand you can immerse. The Bamix, on the other hand, contains just one unit that’s fixed together, and the only parts you have to attach are the various blades at the very end. This makes a Bamix more stable, and you can immerse the wand deeper, all the way to the handle. It also makes it easier to clean, since no liquids get stuck between the parts. Lightweight and simple to operate, with two buttons (slow and fast) and a powerful 200W motor, it can be used in small and large containers alike. Handmade in Switzerland, every Bamix comes with a lifetime warranty on the motor, and the rest is easily replaceable.

The Swissline comes with three blades: a multi-purpose (soups, smoothies, sorbets); beater (whipped cream, egg whites); and whisk (salad dressings, mayonnaise, pancake batters, mashed potatoes). It also includes a processor attachment, which lets you chop and grind in small quantities (pesto, baby food, breadcrumbs, coffee). It attaches to a space-efficient freestanding holder with a little section in the back to store the blades and processor. Every purchase includes a pitcher and, as an exclusive gift, a 600ml beaker.

Why we love it

'My Bamix never gets too warm or makes scary noises. It’s the stick blender all others try to replicate (but can’t).'

Specifications & Care

Care Safe for use in hot pans and in hot soups and stews
Country of Origin Handmade in Switzerland
Dimensions H 35cm x W 10cm
Warranty 10 years
Weight 992g

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