Philips - Avance Collection ProMix Hand Blender - Black

Create blended beverages and sauces quickly with this Philips ProMix hand blender. The one-button variable speed control and durable titanium-coated blades ensure smooth, thorough mixing, while the ergonomically designed grip keeps your hand comfortable during use. This 300W Philips ProMix hand blender has a single-button attachment-release function to make switching out accessories simple.

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Overview

What's Included


  • Philips Avance Collection ProMix Hand Blender
  • Recipe booklet
  • Beaker
  • User manual

Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (49 out of 50)

Features


Take a serving of your favorite drink on the go

Features a 1L ProMix beaker for optimal blending, whisking, and mixing.

SpeedTouch technology to intuitively set the right speed

Start slowly to prevent splashing and smoothly speed up till you reach the required speed for each application and every type of ingredient.

Powerful and reliable 300W motor

Delivers enough power to blend frozen fruit.

Titanium-coated blades

Whip egg whites, cream, salad dressings, and other ingredients with ease.

Single button release for easy assembly of accessories

Simple, quick, and easy attachment and detachment of the blending bar and all the accessories with the use of one finger.


Customer rating

4.5
98%
would recommend to a friend

Pros

Cons

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Woosh! Blended, Liquefied, Creamed, Emulsified

    Posted
    pauldar
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    After using this versatile kitchen appliance for over to a week now, am wondering why I never thought of having one before? If it's a liquid, or needs to be turned into a liquid – this baby is now my choice. It is much more convenient to use then a hand mixer, which is bulky and clumsy to use, and does not liquefy like this Phillips Pro Mix Immersion Hand Blender. After a simple hand wash, the very first thing I experimented with was eggs for an omelet. I love all kinds of omelets. I cracked four eggs into the provided one liter beaker and lowered the blender tool into the bottom. I pressed the variable speed button control, 'ON', to medium by pressing only half-way and frothed a rich mixture of foaming egg whites, which completely combined into the yolks in less then a minute. Poured into my pre-heated omelet pan, sprinkled on grated cheddar cheese, and diced ham. In about four minutes (two on each side of the omelet pan) I had an inch and a half high fluffy, and tasty breakfast treat. Even enough delicious, fluffy omelet left over for Grandma too. YUM, YUM! After that experience I was 'hooked'. Poured through the enclosed recipe booklet and found 'Smoothie' recipe treats for my Grand Kids. Couldn't wait 'till they came over to visit. I had ice cream and all the fruit ingredients ready for Blueberry, Strawberry, and Peach flavored Smoothies. Using the Phillips ProMix Immersion Blender I made custom Smoothies and Ice Cream Sodas pretty quick, even for a Grandpa. My four Grand Kids loved the Smoothies and Sodas, and, wanted more. I was wondering why Grandma didn't ask for one, but one of the kids spilled the 'beans' on Grandma. She was sampling each one I custom-made for the kids to make sure Grandpa was doing it 'right'. Grandma forewarned me ahead of the kids visit that I would have to clean up the 'mess'. But, little did she know how easy it was to clean the Phillips ProMix Blender. I ran hot water from the kitchen sink faucet over the blender bar, then, dipped the blade enclosure into soapy hot water, and rinsed. I stood the blender bar unit up to let air-dry. My kind of clean-up. WooHoo! Have a dishwasher for the Smoothie, Soda glasses and included Phillips beaker. This Phillips Immersion Blender is so much easier to use, clean, and store then a hand/mixer blender. Four days ago I used the Phillips ProMix Blender to liquefy whole canned tomatoes in Grandma's pasta sauce. It normally takes six to eight hours of cooking for that to happen in the pot by itself. Needless to say I am now in charge of omelet making, not to mention Smoothies, Sodas, and Desserts, and, helping Grandma with her special pasta sauce. Some of the Key Features of the Phillips ProMix Hand Blender: * Speed Touch technology, utilizing finger depression of variable speed button. * Powerful 300 watt motor – ample drive to power other available attachments. * 1L ProMix Beaker for uniform blending and combining of various ingredients. * Handle grip is ergonomically designed. * The blender blades are Titanium coated, which is 6 times harder than steel. * Simple single button release for quick, easy release of all available accessories. * Quick, easy, and simple clean-up. * Electrical cord is a generous sixty-two inches long. * Provided beaker holds a generous twenty-four ounces. * Accepts other available accessories. What's Included: * Phillips ProMix Blender with Speed Touch. * Triangular shaped, twenty-four ounce beaker. * Recipe Booklet * User Manual * One Year Limited Warranty Cons: * A bit heavy at first, but when you stand it up and immerse it in liquid it is easy to operate. * Cannot process frozen fruit or ice cubes. * Not for use on hard nuts or fruit with pits or hard centers. * Be careful in Teflon and Stainless Steel pans and pots - the Aluminum Blade Housing could scratch those surfaces. What I really like about this unit it is that it is so handy to use almost every day. No need to to put it on a shelf next to the food processor or hand mixer, which are seldom used. I keep it on the kitchen counter, where I can get to it conveniently. I am using it to mash sweet potatoes, pancake mixes for the Grand Kids, desserts, blend sauces, gravies, salad dressings, and dips for Grandma and me. This a 'must-have' kitchen appliance. I love it, and I think you will too. I give this is baby five stars and highly recommend it. If you have never used an immersion blender before, like me – you will be 'converted' by the multitude of its practical uses in your kitchen. It stays on my counter top – even Grandma says it is OK. This Phillips ProMIx Hand Blender makes the 'perfect' gift for a wedding, birthday, anniversary, to any family member or friend, who appreciates the mechanics of quality food preparation, which turns into fantastic taste treats.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Useful Blender, Expensive Attachments

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    Jaron
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    Pro - Lots of different speeds - Great for soft foods like making applesauce and soups - Relatively quiet Con - Expensive - Stickier foods get caught in the blade guard - Somewhat short stem - No storage case or container - Electrical cord awkwardly placed - Expensive attachments required for ice and harder foods Overall Immersion hand blenders aren't exactly a requirement in all kitchens, but every now and then they're the perfect, or only, tool for the job. Unfortunately for the ProMix, it's priced moderately higher than competing units. At just under $100, you get just the blender itself with no additional attachments. Competing models generally add at least a whisk and chopper attachment for that price ( the Philips model with those attachments runs about $150 ). The grip is quite comfortable and the trigger up top controls the speed ( it has many subtle but noticeable steps as you depress it ). The electrical cord sometimes gets in the way as it comes off the back and runs over your hand. I wonder if it would have been better to have the cable in front, as you'll mostly be using the blender on the counter and the outlets will be in front of you, not behind or below. The ProMix is also much quieter than a normal stand blender or hand mixer. You can use it for an early morning shake or smoothie without waking the kids. The mixer length is a little shorter than offered elsewhere, though. While it's sufficient for most uses, those wanting to blend a tall stock pot of soup might find it too short. The blender itself performs quite well. It's great for softer foods like applesauce and soups and results in a much finer texture than you could get in a normal stand blender ( and you don't have to scrape out a blender jar afterward either! ). Blending sticky or thicker foods does tend to get caught under the blade guard and needs to be cleaned out. As the blade is extremely sharp, this can be a dangerous and painful proposition. The manual warns about getting water down the inside of the shaft, so it's not dishwasher safe either. Finally, the standard blade attachment is not meant for ice, meats, frozen foods, or raw vegetables ( though most cooked veggies are fine ). And that brings us back to the lack of attachments, as the blender in its full form is perfectly capable of handling those foods. Philips offers attachments for a whisk, regular hand mixer beaters, heavy duty blending blades for potatoes, and a dicer/chopper. The included recipe book even mentions using those attachments to make things like hummus and salsa. For $90, can't they even throw in a whisk attachment so people can whip cream or blend their daily protein shakes? Or perhaps an adapter to let them use their existing hand mixer beaters? Along with no attachments is a lack of any storage case for the blender. In the end, spending more money on the ProMix gets you finer and easier speed control but less versatility. If it was $20 cheaper it might be a nice purchase with how study it's built, but with how often you can find sales and deals at a variety of retailers, spending $100 on a hand blender without a full kit isn't a great deal.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A Hand Blender to best Braun or Cuisinart?

    Posted
    Panther68
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    I’ve owned a couple different Cuisinart hand blenders, so the opportunity to try Philips new ProMix Avance hand blender could not be denied. Initially, I thought the Philips was easily going to best by Cuisinart, but you might be surprised. I also decided to borrow a Braun hand mixer from a friend, for additional comparisons (being that I’m more a “techie”, and not much up-to-date on kitchen “tech”, I needed a larger assortment to compare against). While my Cuisinart has a simple ‘On/Off’ switch, plus a ‘Low/High’ switch, which I’ve never had any complaints with, and the Braun has a dial & “turbo” button combo, the Philips has a single “analog trigger”. By that, I mean that it has a trigger that functions similar to those found on video game console gamepads – the more you squeeze it, the faster the hand mixer spins. In terms of control, the Philips is the clear winner. Next comes the attachments…to make this simple, my Cuisinart doesn’t have any (sad face), as it’s a one-piece design. That being said, the Philips & Braun are more equal to each other, as both have attachments…although the Philips has additional available attachments. Again, the Philips wins (even if by only a smidgen)…although, it does need to be said that Cuisinart does have another (more expensive) version that utilizes attachments, but it’s not as well made (plus a lot cheaper, in price & quality). Now, power is where it’s at, right? Like the Cuisinart, the Philips has a 300 watt motor (the Braun is 400 watts), but the Philips (at least in my short testing) appeared to operate more consistently. Additionally, the Philips was slightly quieter than the Cuisinart, and considerably quieter than the Braun. The winner, once again – Philips. There are a few problems, most of which aren’t even worth mentioning. The only real “negative” I could come up with was that it can be difficult cleaning behind the blades. For a “negative”, that’s not a huge one. Final thoughts: If you’re in the market for a new hand mixer, while there are several good-to-excellent choices out there, if you narrow your choices down to a “short list”, make certain the Philips ProMix is on that list. I can’t say whether, or not, it will be your ‘best choice’, but it is one of the few I’d recommend. Disclaimer: This product was provided free, or at reduced cost, for the purpose of reviewing the product. Nevertheless, the above review, be it positive, negative, or somewhere in-between, is a 100% honest review, and the price paid played absolutely no part in my review.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Handy Kitchen Tool

    Posted
    Janine
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    Years ago, I had a different version of basically the same type of hand blender. It was mostly made of hard plastic and didn’t boast nearly the power of this Philips Avance Collection ProMix Hand Blender. Upon trying it out, I found using this to be an effortless (and fun) way to make smooth and creamy mashed potatoes. Blending up delicious smoothies was super quick and easy too, and I’m looking forward to using this handy kitchen tool to create a whole host of other dishes, like those seen in the included recipe booklet. First things first, though. It’s a good idea to review the user manual, paying particular attention to the cautionary safeguards. And watch out! Those titanium coated blades are not only 6x harder than stainless steel, they are sharp! For added safety, the ergonomically designed soft touch handgrip ensures a secure grip when maneuvering this hand blender. It’s very important to remember to clean/rinse off the blender bar after every use, to ensure food doesn’t get ‘caked on’ and that the hand blender is ready for it’s next use. Philips ProMix Speed Touch Technology with Turbo Boost allows you to control the level of power of this hand blender’s 300W motor, maximizing performance for faster more consistent blending. The harder you press the Trigger Switch, the higher the processing speed becomes. Another feature is the blender bar’s unique triangular blade guard with special wave shape, which provides optimal food flow. A 1L Beaker comes with this hand blender, and there are several optional accessories available, including: a whisk, double mixer blades, XL chopper with multi-chopper accessory, and potato masher. Overall, this Philips Avance Collection ProMix Hand Blender is a quality tool that will look sleek and modern in any kitchen. I’d definitely recommend.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice, but not the answer to all things

    Posted
    ferrari
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    The first thing you notice unboxing this is the solid feel & heft of it. And the Swedish design appearance allows it to sit out on your counter looking much better than your traditional mixer/handheld. The power is more than adequate. To me, the standout feature on this is the trigger button. Squeeze harder for more power. My initial thought was that it would be difficult to maintain a steady speed, but the trigger has a nice tactile feel to it. Other handhelds opt for a turbo button, which i find is likely to cause a splash on engagement. With the Avance, you can gradually increase the speed to where you want it, and not get your smoothie or whipped cream all over the counter. I would not recommend giving this to the kids. The titanium coated blade is sharp. When your mashed potatoes get jammed up in the well, as will happen with any blender, you don't want to be sticking your fingers in there. This is not a hand mixer that you can lick the whipped cream off the blades! There are cautionary warnings about the blades, not just for sharpness. Generally speaking, sharp also = brittle. The instructions state not to use with ice, frozen meat, or any other hard, dense material. What i didn't like is that it isn't dishwasher safe. As with all my other food preparation product, i like the confidence that comes from the high heat & thoroughness of a dishwasher cycle. One final reason i didn't give this 5 stars is price - competitors in this price range package included extras - be it an whisk attachment, mini blender, or even containers. But i do love that speed control!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for soft foods, no ice or hard items

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    Chadwick
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    I love the ergonomics of this immersion blender. I've been using a competitor's version for many years and really enjoyed it until it burned up during a particularly furious cooking weekend. Enter the Phillips Avance ProMix. At first I was a bit concerned by the single button speed control, not thinking I could keep it steady and would just be on "high" all the time but it's incredibly easy and the tactile feel is terrific. Blending soups and sauces is quick and easy (and doesn't require pulling one of the bigger units out of the pantry closet). Cleanup is easy but beware the blades are extremely sharp so if you get food chunks stuck behind them, resist the urge to use your finger to get it dislodged. Trust me on this one. The only downside I see is that you can't use this mixer to chop ice, frozen foods, or anything that's relatively solid as the titanium blades may break off. Lots of warnings about this in the manual so I'm taking their word for it...wouldn't want a chunk of blade floating around in something you're going to eat. My old unit didn't have this limitation and I often would use it for crushing small amounts of ice, hard nuts, frozen berries, etc., so this unit will require me to adjust my usage a bit. That's the only reason I knocked a star off. One bonus for this unit that's not something you'd normally think about is that it doesn't include a bunch of useless accessories that are going to junk up your drawers or storage spaces. It's just a simple and well-designed machine that does the job it's advertised to do.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Easy to use and operate

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    ladilyn
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    I tried one of these years ago when I lived in the Netherlands and didn't care for it. But, many friends swear by it and, since I now have a stand mixer, thought I'd try again The first thing that struck me was how heavy it is. That was a worry. Going on, the grip is wonderful, comfortable and positions my hand so controlling it is a breeze. The cord is long enough that I don't have to make a space to use it but have an outlet within easy reach from any of my counters or stovetop. I tried it first just using water to see how it would work if I needed to rest it on the bottom of the container due to the weight. While it works okay if you start by resting the hand blender on the bottom of the container, if you start off the bottom and then put it down, you get a real good flow that continues. It worked great making a smoothie as well as mashed potatoes. It also comes with some recipes to try and its own measured container. The two things I learned were, first, that I cannot use it like a regular mixer but need to use an up and down motion moving it around the pan as needed. Second, the weight is a problem as I have very little strength in my arm, hence the stand mixer. As long as I can rest it on the bottom of the container I'm blending in, I didn't find it all that problematic as long as I didn't try blending for more than a few minutes at a time. That said the ease of whipping the potatoes was much less stress on my arm than whipping them by hand and only took those few minutes.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Just in time for the Holidays

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    Doug
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    We just got the Phillips ProMix and have already used it a couple times. I used it to whip up a breakfast casserole. It blended the ingredients very quickly and made the eggs fluffy. The casserole baked evenly and everyone thought it was the best one yet. I have been making the casserole for years but have always just used a hand whisk for the eggs and milk. I also made some banana bread. I used the mixer to mix all the wet ingredients including the bananas. The bread came out fabulous and also cooked more evenly than previously without the blender. This blender has some great features. The speed controls are very nice and you just press harder for each speed. There are no separate speed buttons which I like. The mixer detaches with a press of the button making for very easy clean-up. It also came with a cookbook and accessory options. The accessories look really good and I will probably be getting them soon. I’m looking forward to making the Pumpkin and Chorizo Soup with Fall upon us. This blender will be used in our household for many years to come.

    I would recommend this to a friend




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