When you first set eyes on the Twirl Hand Mixer, you might not have thought "kitchen appliance." Indeed, the electric contrivance looks to have more in common with the other contraptions on the tool bench.
But with a broad helix for a drill bit, you can be sure that this apparatus won't drive anything into the wall. The dull tip also gives it away so that you can more convincingly consider it as a mechanism for mixing cake batter.
The instrument affords the user a set of straightforward functions which include a simple on/off switch and a dial at the head for selecting the type of blending. Folding, kneading and creaming are a few of the options. The sleek design of the Twirl Hand Mixer by Boaz Zemer is ergonomic and incorporates a flat top for resting the electric beater bit-side-up.