12 best dough mixers — Rating 2022

Rating of the best dough mixers

The best dough mixers for home

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Gastrorag QF-B5

Rat­ing: 4.9


It is unlike­ly that some­one needs to knead huge amounts of dough at home. This is usu­al­ly done in a three- or five-liter saucepan. That is why most plan­e­tary mix­ers for the home boast rel­a­tive­ly small sizes. For exam­ple, the bowl of the Gas­tror­ag QF-B5 has a vol­ume of 5 liters, which is how much dough this device can knead at a time. Inter­est­ing­ly, this is quite enough even for some cater­ing out­lets.

This copy comes with a pro­tec­tive cov­er made of poly­car­bon­ate. Three mix­ers are also found in the kit — a hook, a whisk and a flat beat­er. Such a set expands the func­tion­al­i­ty of the device, allows you to cook from dif­fer­ent ingre­di­ents.

The body of the machine is made of enam­elled steel. Gas­tror­ag QF-B5 will look great next to the refrig­er­a­tor if it also has a stan­dard white col­or. It is bet­ter to go to buy this mod­el by car. With­out it, you won’t take it home, even if the store is just a block away from you. The fact is that the weight of the dough mix­er reach­es 17 kg.

The device is equipped with a min­i­mum num­ber of con­trols. Per­haps the most promi­nent is the speed con­troller. The process of chang­ing the speed is car­ried out smooth­ly, which is good news. Note that a 300-watt motor is hid­den under the body of the prod­uct. Its pow­er is enough to knead most types of dough. But if it becomes too vis­cous, the engine will no longer cope. Noth­ing else was expect­ed, this is a device for home use. The only pity is that it can­not be called inex­pen­sive — usu­al­ly they ask for at least 18 thou­sand rubles for it.

We can safe­ly say that this is the best plan­e­tary mix­er among those designed for home use. A fold­ing work­ing head is used here, and the replace­ment of equip­ment takes a min­i­mum peri­od of time. There are no com­plaints about the ser­vice life either — its long dura­tion is ensured by high-qual­i­ty com­po­nents made of reli­able mate­ri­als.


  • Con­ve­nient use;
  • Easy to learn con­trol;
  • Speed ​​con­trol is smooth;
  • Capa­cious capac­i­ty;
  • High qual­i­ty pro­tec­tive cov­er;
  • It is com­plet­ed with three noz­zles;
  • The case is made of enam­elled steel.


  • High price;
  • The device can­not be called light.

KitchenAid 5KSM7580XE

Rat­ing: 4.8


Con­nois­seurs will imme­di­ate­ly name a dis­tinc­tive fea­ture of kitchen appli­ances under the KitchenAid brand. These devices have a unique design, made in retro style. Devices seem to have come to us from the mid­dle of the 20th cen­tu­ry! Unfor­tu­nate­ly, this appear­ance neg­a­tive­ly affects the price tag. For exam­ple, the mix­er we are con­sid­er­ing is sold for 80 thou­sand rubles. In terms of per­for­mance, the device does not dif­fer from half or even three times less expen­sive com­peti­tors, but the unique design does its job. Also, the increased cost is caused by a vari­ety of col­or options — you can find red, white, gray, and black devices in stores. And this is not the whole list!

The device is based on a 500-watt motor. This allows him to achieve a very vis­cous dough con­sis­ten­cy. Also, the device is able to boast a bowl made of stain­less steel, the vol­ume of which is 6.9 liters. Impres­sive! Not sur­pris­ing­ly, the KitchenAid 5KSM7580XE can even be seen in the kitchen of rel­a­tive­ly small but well-earn­ing restau­rants.

Smooth speed con­trol is not imple­ment­ed here. How­ev­er, there are as many as 10 speeds to choose from, so you don’t need to wor­ry much about this. For the man­u­fac­ture of the case, met­al was used, which is why the device shines beau­ti­ful­ly in the sun. It is curi­ous that the unit received a sock­et for con­nect­ing addi­tion­al noz­zles.

The main advan­tage of this mix­er is its wide func­tion­al­i­ty. I don’t want to call it a dough mix­er at all, since the device is capa­ble of solv­ing var­i­ous prob­lems. Includ­ed with it you can find not only hooks for knead­ing dough, but also a whisk with a spat­u­la noz­zle. Also, the man­u­fac­tur­er did not for­get about the pro­tec­tive cov­er that saves from fly­ing splash­es. I am glad that this is far from the heav­i­est mix­er. Its weight does not exceed 13.1 kg, which is quite accept­able for a unit with such and such a bowl.


  • Built-in pow­er­ful elec­tric motor;
  • Styl­ish retro design;
  • A large num­ber of noz­zles;
  • Very capa­cious capac­i­ty;
  • The body was made of met­al;
  • The bowl is made of stain­less steel;
  • There is a sock­et for con­nect­ing addi­tion­al noz­zles;
  • Reli­able pro­tec­tive cov­er;
  • A large num­ber of col­or options;
  • Easy to learn con­trols.


  • Smooth speed con­trol not imple­ment­ed;
  • Very high cost;
  • The corol­las of some spec­i­mens are not cen­tered.

smeg SMF01

Rat­ing: 4.8

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Anoth­er plan­e­tary mix­er made in retro style. And it can real­ly be con­fused with a sim­i­lar device released some­time in the mid-1960s. The body of the mix­er is made of die-cast alu­mini­um. The bowl is made of stain­less steel, which makes it almost eter­nal. By the way, its vol­ume is 4.8 liters. If this is quite enough at home, then it is bet­ter for own­ers of cater­ing out­lets to think about anoth­er mix­er. And why spend 55 thou­sand rubles, over­pay­ing for the design, if only cooks and wait­ers see the device?

Any dough mix­er must be sup­plied with sev­er­al noz­zles. Here they are all made of alu­minum or stain­less steel. Their list includes a dough hook, a whisk for beat­ing and a noz­zle for beat­ing dense prod­ucts. Also includ­ed with the device is a pro­tec­tive cov­er. It is thanks to her that you will be saved from splash­es.

In total, the man­u­fac­tur­er offers sev­en col­or options for his cre­ation. It seems to us that the spec­i­men paint­ed in blue looks the most inter­est­ing. But you may have a dif­fer­ent opin­ion on this mat­ter. To con­trol the mix­er, only a mechan­i­cal speed switch is main­ly used. It is a pity, of course, that smooth adjust­ment is not imple­ment­ed here. By the way, the rota­tion of the noz­zle is pro­vid­ed by an 800-watt motor. He is able to knead even a very vis­cous dough. And you might think that such a motor would be very heavy. But no, the scales under smeg SMF01 show 8.5 kg. Against the back­ground of the com­peti­tors dis­cussed above, this mix­er seems extreme­ly light!

As is the case with most home mix­ers, this mod­el uses a ris­ing head. When it is in the raised posi­tion, the rota­tion of the noz­zle is blocked — this makes chang­ing it as safe as pos­si­ble. The prod­uct also boasts a smooth start. This will espe­cial­ly appeal to res­i­dents of old apart­ments, where far from the best elec­tri­cal wiring is used. Final­ly, it is impos­si­ble not to note the frontal port for addi­tion­al attach­ments. In a word, this mod­el seems to have come from the past, but its insides are the most mod­ern. Mix­ers of the 20th cen­tu­ry cer­tain­ly could not boast of such an arse­nal of pos­si­bil­i­ties, which is offered to the buy­er of smeg SMF01.


  • A large num­ber of col­or options;
  • capa­cious bowl;
  • Styl­ish retro design;
  • The body is made of alu­mini­um;
  • The con­tain­er is made of stain­less steel;
  • Comes with a reli­able and durable pro­tec­tive cov­er;
  • There are a large num­ber of noz­zles in the kit;
  • A very pow­er­ful engine is used;
  • There is a port for addi­tion­al noz­zles;
  • Imple­ment­ed soft start;
  • Easy to learn con­trols.


  • No smooth speed con­trol;
  • Very high cost.

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Kitfort KT-1328

Rat­ing: 4.7

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Anoth­er plan­e­tary mix­er with ris­ing head and remov­able bowl. Unlike the reviewed mod­els, Kit­fort KT-1328 turned out to be quite light — its weight does not exceed 6.9 kg. At the same time, the man­u­fac­tur­er did not cre­ate a case made of plas­tic, he used met­al. The con­tain­er is made of stain­less steel. Because of what, the mass of the dough mix­er turned out to be so small? Is it real­ly a mod­est engine installed here? No, it is not, its pow­er reach­es an impres­sive 1200 watts. With such a motor, you can, as it seems, grind nuts.

In fact, we have not found the secret of low weight. Well, let it remain a secret. Let’s talk about the rest of the char­ac­ter­is­tics of the device. Let’s start with the fact that the device offers a pulsed mode of oper­a­tion. This allows you to mix any prod­ucts, even very sol­id ones. How­ev­er, basi­cal­ly this mod­el was cre­at­ed to work with the test. This is evi­denced by the kit, which includes the appro­pri­ate hooks and a whisk for whip­ping. Also in the box with the device are a plas­tic spat­u­la, an egg sep­a­ra­tor and a mix­ing noz­zle.

The main dis­tin­guish­ing fea­ture of this mix­er is the dis­play with touch but­tons. Of course, not every­one will like such man­age­ment, but in the mod­ern world it takes a long time to get used to it. Using the but­tons, one of eight speed modes is select­ed here. Yes, smooth adjust­ment is not observed here, which will sad­den some­one. But it was pre­cise­ly due to this that the man­u­fac­tur­er man­aged to save mon­ey by reduc­ing the cost of the device. As for the dis­play, it dis­plays not only the num­ber of the select­ed mode, but also a count­down until the end of the knead­ing process.

Oth­er­wise, the Kit­fort KT-1328 is not too dif­fer­ent from oth­er sim­i­lar devices designed for home use. It has a pro­tec­tive cov­er that saves from splash­es. Well, the length of the cable used here is slight­ly less than one meter. In a word, every­thing is famil­iar — do not think that more expen­sive plan­e­tary mix­ers have a longer wire.


  • A large num­ber of noz­zles;
  • Great bowl capac­i­ty
  • The body is made of met­al;
  • Built-in very pow­er­ful motor;
  • The con­tain­er is made of stain­less steel;
  • There is a pro­tec­tive cov­er;
  • Imple­ment­ed a count­down timer.


  • Would have liked a longer net­work cable;
  • The speed con­trol is stepped.

Gemlux GL-SM10GR

Rat­ing: 4.7


One of the sim­plest plan­e­tary mix­ers in our selec­tion. How­ev­er, it ful­ly meets the require­ments of many buy­ers. In par­tic­u­lar, a rare per­son will be able to com­plain about insuf­fi­cient pow­er, because the device is pow­ered by a 1500-watt motor. Well, the pulse mode will allow you to cope not only with knead­ing dough, but also with solv­ing more com­plex prob­lems.

Despite its rel­a­tive­ly low cost, the dough mix­ing machine is able to boast of high-qual­i­ty mate­ri­als from which it is made. Do you think that the body was made of plas­tic, paint­ed in sil­ver? No, the man­u­fac­tur­er used met­al. Even the bowl here is made of stain­less steel. By the way, its vol­ume is exact­ly 10 liters. For many peo­ple, this capac­i­ty will seem too large, because because of it the device takes up too much space. This is real­ly a prob­lem. That is why we rec­om­mend the Gem­lux GL-SM10GR exclu­sive­ly to own­ers of rel­a­tive­ly small bak­eries, but for the home it is bet­ter to choose a more com­pact device.

It is curi­ous that the dimen­sions did not have a par­tic­u­lar­ly strong effect on weight — there are also much heav­ier spec­i­mens. Although this mod­el still can­not be called light — 11.7 kg does not allow this. As for the kit, it includes three noz­zles. In addi­tion to a hook for knead­ing dough and a whisk for whip­ping, with­out which no such device can do, this is a flat beat­er. Also in the box with the device you will find a pro­tec­tive cov­er. Where with­out her?

It remains to be added that the dough mix­er received the sim­plest con­trol pan­el. Basi­cal­ly you will use the speed con­troller. There is also an LCD dis­play. A timer is dis­played on it, which can be start­ed for a max­i­mum of 20 min­utes. Be sure to check it out on the first day after pur­chase! The fact is that there are reviews on the net­work that say that the machine turns off ear­li­er than expect­ed, imme­di­ate­ly throw­ing back its head, not pleased with the fin­ished test. In this case, it is bet­ter to return the goods to the store, hav­ing received your mon­ey back.


  • Very high engine pow­er;
  • The bowl is made of stain­less steel;
  • The body was made of met­al;
  • There is a timer;
  • Pulse mode avail­able;
  • All nec­es­sary attach­ments are present;
  • The pro­tec­tive cov­er is not for­got­ten;
  • Huge bowl capac­i­ty.


  • Very high noise lev­el;
  • Takes up a lot of space;
  • Only six speeds;
  • There are prob­lems with elec­tron­ic “brains”.

STARWIND SPM7161/7167/7169

Rat­ing: 4.6

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These three mod­els in fact dif­fer from each oth­er only in the col­or of the case. The beige ver­sion can be con­sid­ered uni­ver­sal, while the blue and green ver­sions are great for a gift. And this will not be the most expen­sive gift, because about 8 thou­sand rubles are asked for this mix­er, and some­times notice­ably less.

The cre­ators of this device tried to ensure that their cre­ation looked like mix­ers from the mid­dle of the last cen­tu­ry. How­ev­er, with close acquain­tance, this impres­sion dis­ap­pears. This is due to the fact that the body of the device is made of plas­tic. But this mod­el can still be called pret­ty, even if it is not able to reflect light beau­ti­ful­ly.

On the side of the device is a reg­u­la­tor that pro­vides a choice of six speeds. It’s a pity, but there is no ques­tion of any smooth change in speed. If we talk about the engine, then it caus­es the best impres­sions, because its pow­er is 1600 watts. How­ev­er, isn’t that overkill? Won’t that make you wor­ry about high­er elec­tric­i­ty bills? Every­one must answer this ques­tion for them­selves. We only note that the mix­er also has a pulsed mode of oper­a­tion, and there­fore it must cope with absolute­ly any ingre­di­ents.

If the body of the mix­er is made of plas­tic, then the bowl is made of stain­less steel. This allows her not to be afraid of dam­age, and she looks very impres­sive. The vol­ume of the con­tain­er is 5.5 liters, which is enough in the vast major­i­ty of cas­es.

Three noz­zles are sup­plied with STARWIND SPM7161 and two oth­er mod­els. Among them there is absolute­ly every­thing you need to knead the dough and solve some oth­er sim­i­lar prob­lems. The only pity is that they are made of not the strongest mate­ri­als — if the noz­zle is used inac­cu­rate­ly, it may be dam­aged. And the mix­er has a pro­tec­tive cov­er that saves the user from pos­si­ble splash­es.


  • Large vol­ume of the bowl;
  • The con­tain­er was made of stain­less steel;
  • All nec­es­sary attach­ments are present;
  • Very low cost;
  • Pulse mode of oper­a­tion;
  • Built-in very pow­er­ful motor;
  • There is a pro­tec­tive cov­er for the bowl;
  • Easy to learn con­trols.


  • The body is made of plas­tic;
  • Noz­zles don’t seem reli­able;
  • Only six speeds;
  • Vibra­tions may occur due to the light weight.

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Rat­ing: 4.5

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Usu­al­ly plan­e­tary mix­ers are sil­ver, blue or some kind of red col­or. But VITEK VT-1441 has a black case. This will imme­di­ate­ly scare away some buy­ers from him who seek not to install devices with such a col­or in the kitchen. Also, the mate­ri­als from which this device is made can con­fuse. And it’s not even about the plas­tic case. What is inside if the weight of the mix­er was only 3 kg? Due to insuf­fi­cient mass, the device may vibrate exces­sive­ly, espe­cial­ly when the dough has become quite vis­cous.

This mod­el comes with a 5 liter stain­less steel bowl. It is very reli­able, it can be safe­ly washed in the dish­wash­er. Before acti­vat­ing the mix­er, you must cov­er the bowl with a lid to pro­tect your­self from pos­si­ble splash­es. And do not for­get to con­nect the device to the mains using a meter cord.

On the side of the device are one but­ton and a six-posi­tion speed con­trol. There is no smooth speed con­trol here, but you don’t try to get it from a mix­er, the cost of which is only six thou­sand rubles. Please note that the man­u­fac­tur­er rec­om­mends keep­ing the mix­er turned on for no more than ten min­utes. Then you need to let him rest for at least half an hour. In this regard, VITEK VT-1441 will def­i­nite­ly not suit the own­ers of bak­eries and cater­ing out­lets. Per­haps it was worth installing a motor here, the pow­er of which is still less than 1400 W, which does not suf­fer from over­heat­ing?

It remains to add that this mix­er comes with three noz­zles. You can guess two of them your­self — these are dough hooks and a whisk for whip­ping. As for the third one, it is a puree attach­ment, which is some­what unex­pect­ed.

After receiv­ing the prod­uct, try it in every pos­si­ble way. The fact is that some buy­ers got a mar­riage: the whisk of their copy scratched the bowl.


  • Very low cost;
  • Large bowl capac­i­ty
  • A decent num­ber of noz­zles;
  • The bowl is made of stain­less steel;
  • The pro­tec­tive cov­er has not been for­got­ten.


  • Small hole for ingre­di­ents;
  • Long work is not pos­si­ble due to pos­si­ble over­heat­ing;
  • Only six speeds;
  • The body is made of plas­tic;
  • I would like to get a more weighty device.

Aksinya KS-407

Rat­ing: 4.4

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The cheap­est rep­re­sen­ta­tive of our rat­ing. You can buy this mix­er for only 5 thou­sand rubles. At the same time, he will almost per­fect­ly cope with his main task. Its short­com­ings will be evi­dent only if you begin to knead the dough almost every day. It must be admit­ted that the device is def­i­nite­ly not suit­able for such reg­u­lar use.

The case of this mod­el is made of plas­tic. But only par­tial­ly. There are also met­al inserts that make the dough mix­er much pret­ti­er. As for the bowl, it is made of stain­less steel, which is good news. Its vol­ume is 5 liters. This is enough to knead a very large por­tion of the dough. In a word, the mix­er will def­i­nite­ly suit a fam­i­ly of three or four peo­ple who decide to eat self-made dumplings. By the way, the bowl is sup­ple­ment­ed with a pro­tec­tive lid, so you can for­get about the splash­es.

Inside this device is a 1200 W elec­tric motor. He copes even with a very vis­cous dough, although you should not hope for mir­a­cles. On the side pan­el of the device is a sim­ple reg­u­la­tor, through which one of six speeds is select­ed. Well, work with the ingre­di­ents here is car­ried out with the help of some noz­zle. In the mix­er box you will find a bit­ter, dough hooks and, of course, a whisk. A spat­u­la, with which man­u­al mix­ing is car­ried out, can also be use­ful. It should be not­ed that it is made of plas­tic. Not the best choice, many buy­ers would like to get an acces­so­ry made of sil­i­cone.


  • Cute design;
  • The bowl is made of stain­less steel;
  • A decent amount of capac­i­ty;
  • Easy to learn con­trol;
  • All the most nec­es­sary noz­zles are present;
  • The pro­tec­tive cov­er is not for­got­ten;
  • Very low cost.


  • Some spec­i­mens suf­fer from a defec­tive motor;
  • Only six speeds;
  • Con­tin­u­ous oper­a­tion is not rec­om­mend­ed.

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Kocateq TF200

Rat­ing: 4.9


This is a real work­horse, able to work tire­less­ly even around the clock. This is part­ly why the cost of a dough mix­ing machine reach­es 600 thou­sand rubles. Also, the price tag is due to the huge size, thanks to which it is pos­si­ble to arrange the prepa­ra­tion of many tons of yeast dough. The body of this unit is made of enam­eled steel sheet. As for the rest of the struc­tur­al ele­ments, stain­less steel was used for their pro­duc­tion. The choice of such mate­ri­als had a pos­i­tive effect on dura­bil­i­ty. Well, no one thought about the weight with such dimen­sions of the device. As a result, the weight was 775 kg, includ­ing pack­ag­ing. Yes, the deliv­ery and instal­la­tion of this “colos­sus” will require the use of spe­cial equip­ment.

It is easy to guess that such a dough mix­er will need a three-phase pow­er sup­ply. But how else, if the device con­sumes 10 kW? Such ener­gy costs are need­ed for the cre­ation of a South Kore­an com­pa­ny for the one-time prepa­ra­tion of 75 kg of dough. Inter­est­ing­ly, only two speeds are used for knead­ing. And this is the case when they are quite enough, because the device will not cook any­thing oth­er than dough, while oth­er ingre­di­ents are also put into house­hold plan­e­tary mix­ers.

The bowl locat­ed here has a 200-liter vol­ume. It is non-remov­able, but this does not seem to be any prob­lem. Much more impor­tant is the fact that the knead­ing machine received adjustable legs, allow­ing you to achieve a flat posi­tion on the floor. The Kocateq TF200 also dif­fers from many com­peti­tors in its reduced noise lev­el. The ingre­di­ents are loaded here right at the time of work — it is not nec­es­sary to stop the batch. This is what allows you to get huge amounts of dough per day, which will then go to the prepa­ra­tion of bak­ery prod­ucts. In total, the unit uses two motors pro­tect­ed from over­load. If the grate for load­ing ingre­di­ents is raised, the rota­tion is auto­mat­i­cal­ly blocked — this saves the work­er from injury. Final­ly, we can note the pres­ence of an emer­gency stop but­ton here. Although prac­tice shows that it does not come in handy at all.


  • Adjustable legs are used;
  • Huge pow­er;
  • Built-in two motors with safe­ty inter­lock;
  • Load­ing ingre­di­ents does not require stop­ping the batch;
  • There is an emer­gency stop but­ton;
  • Huge bowl vol­ume;
  • When cre­at­ing durable steel was used.


  • Instal­la­tion will be very dif­fi­cult;
  • Astro­nom­i­cal price tag.


Rat­ing: 4.8


This pro­fes­sion­al mix­er per­forms the prepa­ra­tion of the prod­uct by the simul­ta­ne­ous rota­tion of the spi­ral and the bowl. For this pur­pose, the device is equipped with two motors. The SINMAG SM 80T also includes a timer and an electro­mechan­i­cal pan­el.

Unlike the mod­el dis­cussed above, they ask for 500 thou­sand rubles for this dough mix­ing machine, and some­times a lit­tle less. Although it must be admit­ted that this amount may be unbear­able for small busi­ness­es. But the own­ers of large super­mar­ket chains and enter­pris­es mass-pro­duc­ing bak­ery prod­ucts should eas­i­ly afford such an acqui­si­tion. It sig­nif­i­cant­ly increas­es the vol­ume of dough pre­pared at a time, as well as the ser­vice life of such a device.

The Tai­wanese man­u­fac­tur­er equipped his cre­ation with a 140-liter bowl. As a result, 80 kg of yeast dough can be cre­at­ed here. In total, the dough mix­er offers two speeds of rota­tion of the spi­ral — it can be 125 and 250 rpm. As for the bowl, it rotates strict­ly at a speed of 17.2 rpm. In total, the dough mix­er is ready to accept 50 kg of flour. In a word, the char­ac­ter­is­tics are impres­sive!

Despite its large dimen­sions (the mix­er can be com­pared to two refrig­er­a­tors placed one behind the oth­er), the SINMAG SM 80T con­sumes only 5.25 kW. Be that as it may, the device requires a three-phase net­work with a volt­age of 380 V. How­ev­er, what food pro­duc­tion plant can do with­out such elec­tri­cal wiring? As for the weight of the dough mix­er, it is 385 kg. Anoth­er case where a fork­lift is indis­pens­able.


  • Huge capac­i­ty;
  • Two rota­tion speeds are avail­able;
  • There is not only man­u­al, but also auto­mat­ic mode of oper­a­tion;
  • Many means of pro­tec­tion;
  • The body, spi­ral and bowl are made of high qual­i­ty steel.


  • Astro­nom­i­cal price tag;
  • The device can­not be called light;
  • The war­ran­ty peri­od is only 6 months.


Rat­ing: 4.8


This dough mix­er is designed for a rel­a­tive­ly small enter­prise engaged in bak­ing pies, buns and oth­er sim­i­lar prod­ucts. The dimen­sions of the device are 445x730x860 mm. He does not even need a three-phase pow­er sup­ply, since a motor with a pow­er of no more than 1.5 kW is used inside it! How­ev­er, all this does not mean that the trans­porta­tion and instal­la­tion of the device will not cause any prob­lems. The fact is that its mass reach­es 102 kg. That’s about two wash­ing machines!

HURAKAN HKN-30SN has a non-remov­able bowl. Stain­less steel was used for its man­u­fac­ture. All noz­zles were cre­at­ed from it. As for the case, it is made of met­al, paint­ed in gray. It is due to this that the device is able to boast of a mod­ern appear­ance.

Return­ing to the bowl, its vol­ume is 30 liters. Its rota­tion speed is fixed at 20 rpm. It is not pro­posed to choose the speed of rota­tion of the noz­zle — it is 207 rpm. The max­i­mum dough mix­ing machine is able to pro­vide 12 kg of fin­ished dough. It seems that this is not so much. But only against the back­ground of the broth­ers described above, for which they ask for an incred­i­ble amount. As for the HURAKAN HKN-30SN, this device is esti­mat­ed at 52 thou­sand rubles.


  • Sim­ple electro­mechan­i­cal con­trol sys­tem;
  • Not the largest dimen­sions and weight;
  • The body, bowl and noz­zles are made of high qual­i­ty mate­r­i­al;
  • Good capac­i­ty;
  • Requires a stan­dard 220 V pow­er sup­ply;
  • The cost can­not be called high.


  • Only one speed;
  • Quick­ly cov­ered with dust.

Also Read: Top 5 Pana­son­ic Bread Mak­ers


Rat­ing: 4.7

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Anoth­er pro­fes­sion­al mix­er with an ade­quate price. The dimen­sions of this device are 390x670x600 mm. If you do not take into account the pack­ag­ing, then the weight of this mod­el is 57 kg. Such para­me­ters allowed the Ital­ian man­u­fac­tur­er to sup­ply his cre­ation with only a 22-liter bowl. Here, by the way, it is non-remov­able, but noth­ing else was expect­ed with its size.

The dough mix­ing machine is capa­ble of prepar­ing 18 kg of dough at a time, which can be con­sid­ered a very good result. If we talk about the time peri­od, then every hour FIMAR 18 / SN pro­duces 54 kg of dough. Of course, there is no talk of any tons of fin­ished prod­ucts per day, but the above-men­tioned result should be enough for many small bak­ery enter­pris­es.

The body of this mod­el is made of steel, cov­ered with paint resis­tant to mechan­i­cal stress. The appear­ance of the dough mix­er can gen­er­al­ly be called very mod­ern. If we talk about the bowl, then stain­less steel was used for its man­u­fac­ture. The spi­ral and the dough divid­ing rod are made of the same mate­r­i­al. And only the pro­tec­tive cov­er is made of smoky poly­car­bon­ate. Part­ly because of it, FIMAR 18 / SN is slight­ly lighter than its com­peti­tors.

Despite the mod­est pow­er of 0.75 kW, the device requires a 380 V mains sup­ply. And, as you might have guessed, this mix­er offers only one speed. But for an addi­tion­al cost, you can order the addi­tion of a sec­ond speed from the man­u­fac­tur­er. Also addi­tion­al options here are motor over­load pro­tec­tion, a timer (can be dig­i­tal or mechan­i­cal), a stain­less steel mesh cov­er and a set of wheels. Also, some online stores offer to pur­chase FIMAR 18/SN togeth­er with a low trol­ley on wheels, which should sim­pli­fy the trans­porta­tion of the dough mix­er to the place of its instal­la­tion.


  • Excel­lent per­for­mance;
  • Dezha is made of stain­less steel;
  • Not very large size and weight;
  • There are all sorts of addi­tion­al options;
  • Low pow­er con­sump­tion;
  • The most sim­pli­fied man­age­ment;
  • Not very high cost.


  • By default, it has only one speed;
  • Can quick­ly become cov­ered with dust;
  • Requires a three-phase pow­er sup­ply;
  • The stan­dard ver­sion does not have a timer.


This is a list of the best dough mix­ing machines cur­rent­ly avail­able. These devices will be use­ful to any­one who is going to estab­lish a small busi­ness for the pro­duc­tion of bak­ery prod­ucts. How­ev­er, some of the con­sid­ered machines have a low price tag, so they can be bought for use at home.

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Atten­tion! This rat­ing is sub­jec­tive, is not an adver­tise­ment and does not serve as a pur­chase guide. Before buy­ing, you need to con­sult with a spe­cial­ist.







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