Normally we shy away from Tim Allen quips, as we seem to have fallen squarely into his role on Tool Time — no, I’m not Al — but in this case we can’t pass it up: Tim Allen would call this a 10.5 Amp, 450 rpm eggbeater, and then make manly noises.
Except that you’d need about 200 lbs. of eggs to give this eggbeater a workout. The EZR 21 S Dual-Paddle Mixer is made for some solid use. No kidding — this thing mixes cement.
It uses its twin Mad-Max-looking corkscrews to stir heavy materials faster and more efficiently than lower end single screw models — or paddle drill attachments, which is what we’ve always used. Each paddle is 4-3/4” in diameter with an 8-1/4” working width. The result: a thorough, well-blended mixture when mixing two or more heavy materials, like flooring compound, epoxies, mortars, fiber-filled cements, ceramics and putties.
The blades rotate in opposite directions, eliminating counter-torque and making the unit easier to handle when you jam it into a large bucket of stubborn flooring compound.
It’s also the most expensive eggbeater you’ve ever seen: street Pricing starts at $620.