Updated August 06, 2019 by Karen Bennett

The 6 Best Rotary Egg Beaters

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This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in March of 2016. When a full-on food processor is too much machine for the job, try one of these rotary egg beaters. They will let you whip up light, fluffy scrambles and omelettes in no time, and are also great for cake and pancake batters, meringues, frostings, and more. Our selection features stainless steel models with smoothly turning gears and ergonomic handles for a comfortable grip. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best rotary egg beater on Amazon.

6. Starfrit Super-Fast

5. Progressive International GT-3021R

4. RSVP Endurance

3. Danesco 1304071SS

2. Norpro Hand Crank

1. Oxo 1126980

Special Honors

Lehman’s Stainless Steel Egg Beater It may cost more than many, but this powerful, American-made choice is built for the long haul, with a heavy, die-cast frame and sturdy, zinc-finished gears. Its handle is constructed from comfortable plastic, while the beaters are a durable stainless steel. It’s compact at 12 inches long, and weighs just a pound, so your arms won’t get strained easily during use. lehmans.com

Alegacy Rotary Egg Beater This no-nonsense, useful kitchen tool features beaters and a shaft made from stainless steel, and smooth-turning gears that are nylon. The comfortable plastic handle is positioned on the side for ease of use. It’s priced affordably, making it a good choice for home cooks who want to have one on hand for those days you just don’t feel like breaking out (and washing) a larger mixer. foodservicedirect.com

Editor's Notes

August 03, 2019:

Before the invention of the manual eggbeater in 1857, it took 90 minutes to whip egg whites into a stiff meringue, as the story goes. By the middle of the following century, electric mixers made the process much easier, yet some cooks occasionally still prefer the simplicity of using and cleaning a rotary model. There are not many more than a handful of choices sold today, but there are still some durable designs that will help you achieve a plate of fluffy scrambled eggs, as well as smooth puddings, creams, frostings, cake batters, and more.

Joining our list in today’s update is the Starfrit Super-Fast, which boasts two strong, efficient whisk beaters that will make quick work of producing well-blended, lump-free mixtures. If you worry about arm fatigue, this might be the best selection for you, as it’s designed to keep spinning even when you rest it on the bottom of your bowl. Unlike some others, however, the beaters are non-removeable. (The ability to remove them can be convenient for washing them – or for when you want to lick the batter.)

Moving into the top spot is the Oxo Good Grips, which, like the Starfrit model, can be placed on the bottom of a bowl while it’s spinning, thanks to a supportive metal bridge beneath the beaters. This one conveniently does have removeable parts. Moving into the second spot is the Norpro Hand Crank, which is made of heavy-duty stainless steel gears, with smooth plastic handles for a comfortable grip. Leaving the list today are the DAmzon JH-WHISK-02 and the Magnicfly Hand Held, due to availability concerns.

If you have little helpers in the kitchen, always supervise them when they are using a rotary egg beater, or any other gadget that spins or features sharp edges.


Karen Bennett
Last updated on August 06, 2019 by Karen Bennett

Karen Bennett lives in Chicago with her family, and when she’s not writing, she can usually be found practicing yoga or cheering on her kids at soccer games. She holds a master’s.degree in journalism and a bachelor’s in English, and her writing has been published in various local newspapers, as well as “The Cheat Sheet,” “Illinois Legal Times,” and “USA Today.” She has also written search engine news page headlines and worked as a product manager for a digital marketing company. Her expertise is in literature, nonfiction, textbooks, home products, kids' games and toys, hardware, teaching accessories, and art materials.


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