Has anyone ever heard of or even used a mixer from Eurodib?
I recently saw this mixer on line, and need to know if it is reliable and durable enough for some lite commercial mixing. The particular model is the Eurodib M20A. I question it's integrity only because it sells brand new for a quarter of the cost for a new Hobart 20 qt mixer. Here is where my dilemma comes in.
I have in my possession a 20 qt Hobart mixer that is about 25 years old. About 20 years ago, I removed the guts and motor to troubleshoot an issue, and there it sits in that condition in my garage.
Recently I decided that I need it in working condition due to an increase in some baking requests. Here is where I need some advise.
Should I have it repaired by Hobart ( which will probably cost around $500), then spend extra money to purchase new attachments (bowl, hook, paddle, etc), or purchase a new mixer like the Eurodib M20A, which comes with the attachments?
Any information or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.