Saturday, August 28, 2010

Hamilton Beach Eclectrics 63221 All-Metal Stand Mixer, Sugar

Hamilton Beach Eclectrics 63221 All-Metal Stand Mixer, Sugar

Hamilton Beach Eclectrics 63221 All-Metal Stand Mixer, Sugar
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The Hamilton Beach Eclectrics Die Cast Stand Mixer offers high performance in a reasonably priced appliance. The 400 watts of power is powerful enough to tackle any mixing need. Eclectrics add a splash of fashion to any kitchen.


  • Die-cast metal stand mixer with powerful 400-watt motor and 12 speed settings
  • Unique mixing head orbits around bowl as beater rotates in the opposite direction
  • Bowl locks to base for stability. quick-release head for easy access to bowl
  • User manual, recipes, 2-piece pouring shield, flat beater, dough hook, and wire whisk included
  • Measures approximately 9 by 14 by 14 inches. 3-year warranty

User Reviews

I was skeptical of this purchased but after having so many problems with my Kitchen Aid I decided to give it a try. Boy am I glad I did. This mixer is a dream. It is much quieter than my old Kitchen Aid and it is more powerful. I have mixed everything from bread, to donuts and I even mixed pizza dough that required you use the paddle not the hook on high and it powered through. With the lower price it is a no brainer to buy this mixer. It will take a lot for me to change to another mixer. -- Finaly some competion for KitchenAid
I just rec'd the mixer & have not used it yet but wanted to submit an initial review since I ran into the same issue some others have mentioned: Although the product description clearly states it has "12 speed settings," it does not. Yes, the speeds settings are labeled 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 but there are not stops between those even numbers. This model is a 6-speed mixer - not 12.

The unit appears to be fairly sturdy so I will give it 3 stars for now & submit an update after I've used it a few times. -- Not Quite as Described
I bought this mixer after much reading and comparison shopping. It came down to the H.B-E or Kitchen Aid. Side by side, the Hamilton Beach seemed to be the better deal: bigger motor, better warrantee, attachments included, and less expensive. So far, I have used the mixer to mix and knead bread dough for 10 or 12 loaves of bread (that was the reason I bought it). So far it has been great and takes a whole lot of hard work out of the process. I love it. -- Great Mixer
Had a ton of cakes to make for bake sell-this item made the chore so much easier. :-) -- Mixer Great Item
The mixer I bought 6 month ago stopped working today. We didn't use very often, may be once in a month at average for mixing pancakes. I contacted the customer service by phone and spent 20 minutes trying to get "No-Hassle Replacement Warranty" as described in my warranty information. First lady I spooked to gave me customer number and told that I have to send them check for $15.75 and the plug from the mixer. When I asked the lady why the warranty instruction says that it will be "at no cost to you" she told me that I can send them only $7.75. When I asked her if I can discuss this with a manager she connected me to another lady who introduced herself as "corporate manager" but refused to give her name. I asked her how can I get the replacement at "no cost as" it's promised she reconnected me to the third lady who told me that I will have to send them whole unit instead of just the plug. She also told me that I should include each and every attachments and the tone of her voice was saying that I will regret that I asked them for the free replacement shipping. It doesn't feel like "No-Hassle" to me. I will update this post as the replacement progresses.
Update 1:
I've got the call from HB customer service next morning. They apologized for this story and told me that their representative was not trained appropriately and they will retrain her. They also told me that they shipped replacement and the UPS label for returning the broken unit. I'm adding two stars for the product and changing the title, because we were happy with the mixer before it has broken.
Update 2:
The replacement unit worked only once. The second time we turned it on, speed regulator didn't work. It was rotating very fast on the lowest #2 speed, as fast as it usually does on speed #8 or #10. The customer service communicated to me that the replacement unit will not be under the same 3 years warranty as the one I bought from Amazon. This is strange and there is no such information in the manual. I remove back two stars from the rate.
Update 3:
The second replacement worked twice to mix pancakes dough. On the third time it just didn't start. I have to replace it again. It looks like the quality of the mixers had worsened dramatically since I got my first mixer that worked for 6 month. -- Poor quality and bad customer service.
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Monday, August 23, 2010

Barack Obama – Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama

Barack Obama – Crimes Against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama

As Americans, liberty is an inalienable right that is granted to us by God, protected by the Constitution, and upheld by our government. Yet, Barack Obama doesn’t seem to share that view. To him, liberty is a threat to the government’s power and something to be squashed by any means possible, as bestselling author David Limbaugh shows to devastating affect in his new book, Crimes Against Liberty. In Crimes Against Liberty, Limbaugh issues a damning indictment of President Barack Obama for encroaching upon and stripping us of our individual and sovereign rights. Laying out his case like he would a criminal complaint, Limbaugh presents the evidence—count-by-count—against Obama. From exploiting the financial crisis for political gain, to restricting our personal freedoms through invasive healthcare and “green” policies, to endangering America with his feckless diplomacy and reckless dismantlement of our national security systems, Limbaugh proves—beyond a reasonable doubt—that Obama is guilty of crimes against liberty. Comprehensive and compelling, this is Limbaugh’s most powerful book yet.
Author: David Limbaugh
Publisher: Regnery Press
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5 out of 5 starswe will never have 8% unemployment!“ August 24, 2010 James P. Janulet (Deepest Darkest Fairfield County) 7 out of 10 found this review helpful “Under my plan electric rates will necessarily skyrocket!” – Barack Hussein Obama Junior-”Hey kids! Let’s put a radical Islamic mosque at Ground Zero!”-”Bush’s ‘surge’ in Iraq will never work!” – US Senator Barack Hussein Obama Junior-”See! My surge in Iraq has worked!” – Barack Hussein Obama Junior-”…maybe a little blow…” – Barack Hussein Obama Junior-”No Michelle – that vacation outfit does not make your … look …” Barry Hussein Soetero Jr. -
5 out of 5 stars Facts are stubborn things August 23, 2010 atlkvb 19 out of 22 found this review helpful As Ronald Reagan used to say, “Facts are stubborn things”. The challenge for anyone reading and evaluating this book pro or con is to examine the meticulous and comprehensive way Mr. Limbaugh documents his case in “Crimes Against Liberty”. It is one thing to make a charge, but without facts to back them up most allegations become essentially meaningless. Consider these facts Mr. Limbaugh presents as you wish, but they are undeniable in what was for me one of the most riveting political reads of my lifetime. If Mr. O’Bama and his group are not stopped, I truly fear for the future of America as we know it! READ THIS BOOK…GET INFORMED…TAKE ACTION!
5 out of 5 stars The most comprehensive list of Obama’s Crimes Against LibertyAugust 23, 2010 C N (San Diego) 33 out of 37 found this review helpful David Limbaugh, brother of Rush Limbaugh, and an accomplished writer and lawyer in his own right, has compiled the most exhaustive and damning list of Obama’s many flaws (character, constitutional, spiritual, anti-freedom/anti-private sector, etc.). This book is must reading for anyone looking for hard, cold evidence of Obama’s dangerous agenda for America. Don’t believe the haters. They will defend enemies of freedom at every turn.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

Valentino Rossi Come back on two Wheels so 2010 season so far

rossi come back
A winning start, a horrendous injury and a phenomenal return to action well ahead of schedule… and all by the halfway point of the season. This is the reigning World Champion’s 2010 campaign to date.
Nobody ever expects Valentino Rossi’s season to be without its fair share of pivotal moments, but the first half of the reigning World Champion’s 2010 campaign must go down as one of the most eventful of his illustrious career to date. Victory in round one, despair in injury and a highly impressive return to action have all been packed into the opening nine rounds by the 31 year-old Italian.
Starting the defence of his title with a win in Qatar Rossi began his quest for an eighth premier class title in the perfect manner, but a motocross training accident shortly after resulted in an injured shoulder which was to continue troubling him for some time. Pain proved no insurmountable obstacle however and third place at Jerez in the next round proved Rossi’s determination. Second place behind team-mate Jorge Lorenzo at Le Mans in round three maintained his solid start as another intense battle between the pair formed early in the campaign.
Eager to secure a second win of the season in his home race at Mugello disaster struck in the second practice session as a crash resulted in a fractured right tibia and fibula, an injury which was to rule Rossi out for four races, a considerably shorter period than had first been suggested. It also brought to an end his record breaking run of 230 successive Grand Prix starts, having never missed a race since his World Championship debut in 1996.
Back on two wheels a little over four weeks after the injury Rossi tested a superbike at Misano at the start of July, and a few days later a second day at Brno led to a decision by the rider and his Fiat Yamaha team to attempt a comeback at Sachsenring. Just six weeks after breaking his leg The Doctor rode to fourth position in the race, losing out on a podium spot only on the final corner of the last lap.
Completing a remarkable comeback Rossi placed third in the next race at Laguna Seca, refusing to hold back in his effort to get his campaign back on course. Fifth in the standings on 90 points, some 120 off leader Lorenzo, the title looks beyond his grasp in 2010 but few would be surprised if Rossi mounted an impressive attempt at recovering lost ground over the remaining nine rounds.

Valentino Rossi Come back on two Wheels so 2010 season so far

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Friday, July 23, 2010

Economist on Kindle High Quality Content, Looks Great on Kindle

Economist ( kindle edition)
The Economist is arguably the most prestigious mass publication on economics, political, social, and global matters. The articles can be intensely enriching, educational, and thoughtful. If you are looking for a light read on everyday pop culture and celebrities, stay away from this world class magazine that is written by and caters to the intellectuals. This is the magazine many high schools recommend to their students who want to improve their reading to a college level. Its articles may confound those whose most challenging read has been the Mad Magazine and the National Enquirer.

The Economist is an excellent magazine for anyone who is interested in not only the US economy, but the global economy. I find all the articles to be well written and not one sided like many other magazines. I find that a great deal of research has been done to write engaging articles that don't put me to sleep.

By no means am I in finance; however, I enjoy keeping abreast with world news.

I love the Economist, and I think the Kindle edition is (almost) worth the cost, though I do wish it was a bit cheaper. The format on the Kindle is very easy to navigate and read; they've done a nice job. The photos and graphics are the weakest part; the resolution is poor. I think they could probably do a better job of rendering them for the Kindle. However, I focus on the text, so it doesn't bother me much. I would buy a Kindle just to read the Economist

Your Kindle Magazine is auto-delivered wirelessly when the physical issue hits the newsstand.
It's risk free - all Kindle Magazine subscriptions start with a 14-day free trial. You can cancel at any time during the free trial period. If you enjoy your subscription, do nothing and it will automatically continue at the regular monthly price.
Product Description
The Economist is the premier source for the analysis of world business and current affairs, providing authoritative insight and opinion on international news, world politics, business, finance, science and technology, as well as overviews of cultural trends and regular Special reports on industries and countries.

Established in 1843 to campaign against the protectionist corn laws, The Economist remains, in the second half of its second century, true to the liberal principles of its founder. James Wilson, a hat maker from the small Scottish town of Hawick, believed in free trade, internationalism and minimum interference by government, especially in the affairs of the market. The Economist also takes a fiercely independent stance on social issues, from gay marriage to the legalisation of drugs, but its main service to its readers is as a global newspaper: To uncover new ideas from all around the world.

The Kindle Edition of The Economist contains all of the articles and graphics found in the print edition, but will not include all photos. For your convenience, issues are auto-delivered wirelessly to your Kindle each Friday at the same time the print edition hits the newsstand.

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