James Martin Hand Mixer Review by Wahl

Wahl is a company that has been trading since 1919 with the advent of the first practical hair clipper. Today it has over 2200 employees worldwide. With over 90 years of category leadership Wahl have broken into new boundaries with electrical styling products and the ever popular James Martin kitchen appliances.

James Martin the celebrity chef has given his name to a range of stunning kitchen appliances by Wahl.  James is a regular face on TV programmes and is known for Ready Steady Cook and is the current presenter of Saturday Kitchen. I was lucky enough to meet him years ago at the Good Food Show and saw a demonstration of his cooking skills there. James is a very personable presenter and is know for making tasty and easy to follow dishes.

The range of James Martin Appliances for Wahl  includes mini choppers, steamers, spice grinders and food processors amongst others with the emphasis on design, style and function.

I was sent the James Martin electric whisk to review. You can buy this at Argos and it is priced at £24.99. 

The James Martin Hand Mixer in Silver

When I opened the box I was initially struck by the silver colour of the mixer, it looked very stylish and felt lightweight but still solid in my hand. It comes with a James Martin DVD to improve your cooking skills. It has five variable speed settings and a turbo boost when you want that extra power. It comes with whisk attachments and dough hooks. What I also liked about it was that it has an easy unlock mechanism for the attachments. 

I personally feel the hand mixer is a great combination of style and practicality. I used it to make a nice, light and fluffy omelette. I would think it would be able to tackle a range of mixing challenges such as meringues, bread mixing, souffles and cake mixes. It has dishwasher safe parts and a two year guarantee. 

So if you are looking for an electric hand mixer with a touch of style and class or other small kitchen appliances why don't you check out the James Martin collection by Wahl.  I like the look of the steamer as I have been wanting to get an electric one for a while. What appliance do you like the look of?


  1. Great Review! I must admit I read this to catch a sneaky glimpse of Mr Martin! ;) lol x