Sunbeam Mixmaster Love

Sunbeam Mixmaster Love

A place to post about my Sunbeam Mixmaster Mixer fetish
Sunbeam Mixmaster ID (up to model 12)
Some helpful tags:
Sunbeam Mixmaster Usage and Attachment Instructions
Sunbeam Mixmaster Manuals
Sunbeam Mixmaster Attachments
Sunbeam Mixmaster Book Recipes
Sunbeam Mixmaster Victory Recipes
Sunbeam Mixmaster Advertisements
You can also find posts about a particular attachment under it's tagged name, for example Butter Churn and models by #.
Other Useful Links:
decodan   Vintage Sunbeam Mixmasters  WCEM
Find what you need to complete your collection:
nelsonezy.com (refurbishing and sales)
Zibbet
Etsy


Amazon.com:

1963 AD for Sunbeam Mixmaster EM (it’s BLUE!)

Was it really blue? Or was that an artist’s idea. There was an EM on ebay awhile back that was beige. My EM-2 is beige/salmon.

(Source: ebay.com)

World War II Sunbeam Mixmaster Victory Recipe Cards (on ebay)
From left to right :
Mrs. Lodge’s Five Star Butterscotch Cookies
Butterless Cake
Victory Meatloaf
Mock Drumsticks
Soy Flour Muffins

Blow up is 1-bowl 4-minute Devil’s Food Cake

Need the book for your vintage Sunbeam Mixmaster mixer

But don’t know what it looks like?

I’m working on a page to solve that problem.

I have 1 -12 and a 1-7A up right now.

Check it out here!

Sunbeam Mixmaster Butter Churn Attachment and Box.

I believe this to be later model because of the rubber gasket.

for sale on ebay.

The Manual for a Sunbeam Mixmaster HMS I just got in the mail :)

It’s so little, I have an HMS on order from ebay as well.

It was also apparently marketed as a Mixmaster Jr. in 1959 (3rd pic, ad from ebay).

More posts about the HMS Mixer.

A Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad from 1933 (for the M4J)
In full and them separated for readability.

Notice the model with the meat grinder attachment is still the older design, an M4F or M4H because of the juicer “bump” and no handle. It’s also got some weird thing going on where the front plate should be that looks like curvy legs - at least to me.

Entire ad for sale on ebay.

Sunbeam Kitchmaster - a hand operated model of the Sunbeam Mixmaster Slicer/shredder.

I still want one, but the one currently for sale on Ebay is so rusty.

Something that intrigues me is I wonder if the “blades” will fit both machines.

From the Gallery of Graphic Art

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	12/01/1934
Page	199Sunbeam Kitchmaster - a hand operated model of the Sunbeam Mixmaster Slicer/shredder.

I still want one, but the one currently for sale on Ebay is so rusty.

Something that intrigues me is I wonder if the “blades” will fit both machines.

From the Gallery of Graphic Art

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	12/01/1934
Page	199

Sunbeam Kitchmaster - a hand operated model of the Sunbeam Mixmaster Slicer/shredder.

I still want one, but the one currently for sale on Ebay is so rusty.

Something that intrigues me is I wonder if the “blades” will fit both machines.

From the Gallery of Graphic Art

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date 12/01/1934
Page 199

(Source: gogd.tjs-labs.com)

OMG

What cost $18.25 in 1934 would cost $313.51 in 2013.

Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad from 1934

A Model M4, perhaps an M4K - the last one before the release of the Model 1.
From the Gallery of Graphic Art

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	12/01/1934
Page	195Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad from 1934

A Model M4, perhaps an M4K - the last one before the release of the Model 1.
From the Gallery of Graphic Art

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	12/01/1934
Page	195

Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad from 1934

A Model M4, perhaps an M4K - the last one before the release of the Model 1.
From the Gallery of Graphic Art

GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date 12/01/1934
Page 195

(Source: gogd.tjs-labs.com)

Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad from June of the same year (1935)

Harder to tell this is a Model 1 with the picture, the vents are almost non-existent. Had to go with the “10 speeds” “new full-mix beaters” line, and of course the year.

Also from the Gallery of Graphic art.


GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	06/01/1935
Page	199Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad from June of the same year (1935)

Harder to tell this is a Model 1 with the picture, the vents are almost non-existent. Had to go with the “10 speeds” “new full-mix beaters” line, and of course the year.

Also from the Gallery of Graphic art.


GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	06/01/1935
Page	199

Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad from June of the same year (1935)

Harder to tell this is a Model 1 with the picture, the vents are almost non-existent. Had to go with the “10 speeds” “new full-mix beaters” line, and of course the year.

Also from the Gallery of Graphic art.


GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date 06/01/1935
Page 199

(Source: gogd.tjs-labs.com)

Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad with what looks to be a Model 1.
From the Gallery of Graphic Art.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	12/01/1935
Page	189Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad with what looks to be a Model 1.
From the Gallery of Graphic Art.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date	12/01/1935
Page	189

Sunbeam Mixmaster Ad with what looks to be a Model 1.
From the Gallery of Graphic Art.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING
Date 12/01/1935
Page 189

(Source: gogd.tjs-labs.com)

1938 Sunbeam Small Appliances Mixmaster Ad (Model 3)

(for sale on ebay)

They always drew them so nicely, can’t ever copy that though - as half the time the sticker has been “adjusted” for the drawing.

Sunbeam Mixmaster Knife Sharpener attachment. This used the beater drive and had its own gearing. for sale on ebay.
Top picture and info below from decodan.com.
Manufacture Dates:
Model KS - Ivory Finish, PTO drive…Sept. 1, 1932 to May 1, 1937 (last three photos)
Model KS2 - Aluminum Finish…Beginning November 19, 1937 
(Top pictured)
Final photo from WACEM

"Metal Bowl - An everlasting all-metal non-tarnishing, heavily plated, and highly polished, that operates on the mixmaster bowl platform with the same efficiency and precision as the large glass bowl. Capacity, 3 quarts. Amazingly Convenient for all sorts of cooking tasks. Price $2.00"

Description from a book for an M4 I have. First three pictures from WACEM, others from Ebay.

There is one for sale on Ebay right now, and I want it badly.

From what I can gather these were available until about 1948, when the Model 9 came out. Some retailers may have had old stock in their stores perhaps. The model 10 had a new bowl platform this does not fit, so for certain by 1950 when it arrived on the scene.

1987 - Sunbeam - Mixmaster Mixer

from RetroTy: The Pulse of Nostalgia

I personally think these things are UGLY.