"Bought this mixer to mix a 20 kg bag of screed, and it performed very well. Also used it for mixing one coat plaster and mixed it with no problem. You do loose a bit of red where the drill grips it, and where it rubs the mixture against the bucket. Can't see it lasting too for too long, but for a first time buyer it's ideal little tool adaptor"
"I had to use floor leveling compound and needed a mixer.Tool hire wanted £53 per day!! I read the reviews for the Power Paint Mixer and thought that for the price, if it didn't work, nothing lost (except £5). I used 9 tubs of leveling compound with a B & D power drill (a bit messy) and the Super Duper Mixer and had it done in no time at all. The mixer performed brilliantly and the only damage is a bit of red paint missing from the leading edges."
"I bought this whisk to mix epoxy floor coating. It is the perfect size for smaller tins and has a shaft that will fit easily into a lightweight drill chuck. I cannot yet comment on the reliability as I have only used it once but it looks fairly robust and should last for years."
"What a fantastic paint mixer, you stick one end of it in a drill and the other end in the paint that requires mixing, If you need to mix paint this product is ideal, it's like it was made to mix paint. You will require a drill and some paint. I used a Panasonic 18v 3ah and Little Green Intelligent Matt although you could use your own drill and paint if you wish."
"I have said for years that I was going to buy to one of these but never did. It made life so much easier. I used it to mix plaster and hey presto for the first time I got the right consistency. It is sturdy and well made and certainly excellent value."
"I used this for mixing batches of flexible tile cement during a kitchen floor rebuild, driven buy an ancient B&D Quatro drill. It mixed well and quickly, with no lumps in the brew.... Just remember to have a good swill afterwards, otherwise the build up reduces effectiveness....money well spent!"
"It works wonders on liquids. However, my one disintegrated when mixing up plasterboard adhesive. True, I probably should have used something more robust but I wanted to see just how strong it was/wasn't.
Use as instructed for many happy hours of paint mixing pleasure."
"I'm using this on one coat plaster (amateurly!) and it makes the mixture all creamy and smooth. I've got it on my £10 electric drill with reverse and a few blasts in each direction is better than 5 minutes arm aching slog. After mixing a quick spin out of the plaster throws off most of the excess so there is very little waste. A soak in water then a run under the tap cleans it - I haven't tried giving a blast in a bucket of water yet, that would probably clean it quicker. Wish I had bought one of these years ago."