Dewalt Paddle Mixer UK Review

Thanks for taking your time to read our UK review of the Dewalt paddle mixers. Most of these are now cordless but they still have one corded option that runs off the 240V main's supply.

With the cordless options, you can buy that as a bare unit (no battery or charger) or with the batteries and charger.

Dewalt DEWDWD241 Paddle Mixer

This is the Dewalt DWD241GB electrical corded 240V paddle mixer which can be used to mix plaster, mortar and paint.

It has a 3 speed dial (225-400, 550 and 725 RPM) and is as you can see dual handled with a variable speed trigger and all of these allow you to have full control

It weighs 6.3Kg

It uses a standard M14 swirl paddle that is 55cm long and 16 cm wide (spanners included)

Over 50+ online buyer reviews and a 100% buyer satisfaction rating

For convenience and to make these more portable, lots of manufacturers have made the move to a cordless option. As you might imagine, Dewalt are at the leading edge of doing just that.

Dewalt DCD240N-XJ XR Flex Volt Paddle Mixer

This is the Dewalt DCD240N-XJ 54V XR Flexvolt paddle mixer that comes as a bare tool only. The batteries and charger are not supplied so you will need to already own compatible batteries or be prepared to buy them as a kit as shown below.

This is a 54V paddle mixer with a standard M14 paddle and was a world first dual handled mixer

It has 5 variable speeds (0-250, 350, 450, 600 and 700 RPM) and a safety lock off switch

Over 100+ online buyer reviews and a 96% buyer satisfaction rating

It weighs 5.8 Kg without batteries and 7.1 Kg with batteries attached. It uses a standard M14 swirl paddle that is 55cm long and 20 cm wide. It has up to 50 Nm torque and a no load speed of 0-700 RPM

You will need to own 18V Flexvolt batteries for this tool.

Dewalt DCD240N-XJ XR Flex Volt Paddle Mixer - Tool Only

This is the Dewalt DCD240N-XJ 54V XR Flexvolt paddle mixer that comes as a bare tool only. The batteries and charger are not supplied so you will need to already own compatible batteries or be prepared to buy them as a kit as shown below.

This is a 54V paddle mixer with a standard M14 paddle and was a world first dual handled mixer

It has 5 variable speeds (0-250, 350, 450, 600 and 700 RPM) and a safety lock off switch

Over 100+ online buyer reviews and a 96% buyer satisfaction rating

It weighs 5.8 Kg without batteries and 7.1 Kg with batteries attached. It uses a standard M14 swirl paddle that is 55cm long and 20 cm wide. It has up to 50 Nm torque and a no load speed of 0-700 RPM

You will need to own 18V Flexvolt batteries for this tool.

Dewalt DCD240X2-GB XR Flexvolt Brushless Paddle Mixer - with batteries and charger

This is the Dewalt DCD240X2-GB XR Flexvolt Brushless Paddle Mixer

It comes with two 54V batteries and a charger along with the paddle

This is a 54V paddle mixer with a standard M14 paddle and was a world first dual handled mixer

It has 5 variable speeds (0-250, 350, 450, 600 and 700 RPM) and a safety lock off switch

Over 50 online buyer reviews and a 90% buyer satisfaction rating

It weighs 5.8 Kg without batteries and 7.1 Kg with batteries attached. It uses a standard M14 swirl paddle that is 55cm long and 20 cm wide. It has up to 50 Nm torque and a no load speed of 0-700 RPM

You will need to own 18V Flexvolt batteries for this tool.

Dewalt - The Company and Brand

The Dewalt brand are the leading high end brand for tools in the world and really do make high quality products. This is the go to tool brand for professional trades people and has been for a very long time.

The company was formed in 1922 by Raymond E. Dewalt. The actual Dewal company started out in Leola, Pennsylvania. Their first product was an electric universal woodworking machine known as the DEWALT "Wonder-Worker".

Like many tool companies they grew a lot during the second World War and just after that period. They continued to expand in the 60's and 70's making bench grinders and metal cutting machines.

It was as far back as 1992 when they first started making portable electric tools aimed at the contracting and building markets. In 2011 they introduced the ground breaking XR system.

Dewalt have around 43 different types of cordless drills available on the UK market. This includes 12V, 18V and 20V options. The models include drill/drivers, impact drills, hammer drills and SDS drills.

About the author cordy

I am a retired construction worker and I also happen to love power tools. I have used hundreds over the years and offer my opinions on them here.

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