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7-Gal. Mixer Attachment with Tilt

Average User Rating:
5/5,
By:
Cabela's
  • Whether you're making homemade sausage links, patties, jerky or hamburger out of domestic meat or wild game, our mixer turns a messy job into a simple task. Add your favorite seasoning mixture, meat and water, and let the improved four-paddle system mix your ingredients in minutes. Our tiltable mixer holds approximately 33 lbs./7 gal. of meat and can be operated manually or hook up to your Cabela's Commercial-Grade Meat Grinder for electronic, hands-free mixing. 90° tilt with four lockable positions simplifies operation and meat unloading. The polished stainless steel tank and paddles resist rust. Removable tank, handle and paddles make cleanup simple. Includes clear acrylic lid with convenient spice slot for adding water and ingredients without removing the cover. Four large skid-resistant rubber feet grip any counter surface for added stability. (Hand wash only).22"L x 11.5"W x 19"H.

Recent User Reviews

  1. tripleq
    5/5,
    "No problems, solidly built, easy to use."
    Pros - Tilt makes it nice to unload and clean, auger comes out easily and its heavy enough it doesn't move around so I don't believe I have to anchor it.
    Cons - The bearing that supports the augar is resesed so you have to pay attention cleaning it. Bits of meat can be easily missed.
    Ive ground and mixed 60 + pounds of meat so far in 20-25 lbs batches. 1st, it does a much better job than I did manually with out over working the meat. I need to work on my setup a bit to make the unloading smother, about 90% comes right out when you tilt it but some sticks to the sides with the mixture I was using which included raw eggs, so Ill update this the next time I make hamburger and let you know what hangs up then.  I was weighing the Cabellas and the LEM, I think the stand may have been stainless where the cabela's is painted steel is the only real difference I can see from pictures, This would account for the weight difference and Im not looking at that as a minus as it was very stable and costing 80% less didn't hurt either.

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  1. Nancy Brown
    Ohh It's pretty good. Could you tell me about its price??
    1. fishwrestler
      they are on sale currently for $200 I will be getting one Saturday. You need a grinder to go with it ass this price does not include a motor.
      fishwrestler, Dec 21, 2017