Sujata Dynamix Mixer Grinder Review

Sujata Dynamix is one of the best-selling premium mixer grinders available in India. We chose it among the 7 mixer grinders we tested for our list of best mixer grinders and it came first in all our testing parameters. In this review, we talk about its safety, useability, performance, durability and other aspects.

Summary

Without a doubt, we can say that Sujata Dynamix is the best option for those who need a powerful and durable mixer grinder without bells and whistles. Though it costs close to Rs. 6K, it doesn’t come with a juicer jar or food processor attachment. But the sheer power and efficiency make it an excellent option for home chefs and those who want to grind spices at the comfort of their home.

It is easy to use and clean, quick, has the best grinding efficiency and surprisingly, though loud, we found its noise to be tolerable compared to the rest.

But what we found lacking is an overload protection switch.

You can check out the latest price of Sujata Dynamix here ( Amazon link)

PROS:

  • Best in class grinding efficiency
  • Though loud, it is not as annoying as other options.
  • Can grind large and small quantities in fine consistency

CONS:

  • No overload protection switch
  • The locking clip of the housing top cover may break in the long run.

How We Tested?

To test and understand the performance, positives and negatives of the mixer grinder, we use it in a regular Indian kitchen for 10 days. Further, we grind a standard quantity of various ingredients like garam masala, turmeric, pepper, milkshakes, batter, juices and so on to compare and analyse the grinding performance.

Jars

Sujata Dynamix jars

While most mixer grinders at this price range come with a juicer jar, Sujata focuses on the basics with 3 jars and gets it absolutely right. The jars you get along are-

– 400 ml chutney jar

– 1-litre medium-sized jar

– 1.5-litre wet grinding jar

All jars are made of high-quality stainless steel with polycarbonate lids. The gasket used is also of fairly good quality. Further, the wet grinding jar has a dome-shaped lid with lid locks that facilitates hands-free grinding.

The quality of the polycarbonate is good. They don’t stain easily even when you grind spices. The handles too are strong and have finger grips that make it easy to handle.

Housing/Base

The white colour base is compact and takes minimal counter space. It has 3-speed settings, a separate pulse button and a power indicator.

Unlike other mixer grinders, it doesn’t have an overload protection switch or vacuum suction feet. Even so, it doesn’t vibrate even while doing heavy-duty grinding.

Performance

The Sujata Dynamix Mixer Grinder comes with a 900 watt motor with 100% copper winding. The manufacturers claim that it can run continuously for 90 minutes. This makes it a better option for home chefs as most other mixer grinders have a maximum continuous run time of just 30 minutes.

Even at the lowest speed, it has an RPM of 19500 cycles. At the medium and highest speed, it has a speed of 20500 and 21000 cycles respectively.

Maximum RPM measured using a tachometer

Owing to the high power, even when the jar is completely filled with ingredients, it is able to sustain a high RPM and thus give superior grinding performance.

60 gm of garam masala spices when ground and sieved left half tsp of coarse residue.

In fact, it came on the top for each and every test we did. It was able to grind garam masala, turmeric, make idli batter and ginger garlic paste, all in very fine consistency. The coarse residues after sieving were very less and it was quicker too, owing to its powerful motor.

30 gm of turmeric when ground and sieved left just a few pinch of coarse residue.

It also had the best performance when it came to crushing ice, albeit you had to move it around a few times with a spatula.

Ice crushed after 18-20 pulses.

Similarly, when you try grinding urad dal for making vada, you have to move around the batter a few times to get into a fine paste as very little quantity of water is added.

Ground urad batter

Talking about the chutney jar, it is designed in such a way that you can grind even a small quantity of ingredients into a fine consistency. Along with the high RPM, it has a narrow base and the blades hardly have a gap from the jar’s bottom surface. So, it can grind small and big quantities of ingredients with equal ease.

20 gm of ginger and garlic ground and there was hardly any unground chunks.

In addition to the excellent grinding performance, it comes with a chopping blade using which you can chop vegetables like onion, tomato etc. Also, you get a whisking blade with which you can whisk eggs, buttermilk etc. But, you need to add at least 2-3 eggs to get it properly whisked.

2 whole eggs whisked in the wet grinding jar with whisking blade.

The noise while grinding ranges from 77 to 79 decibels. Even so, it wasn’t as annoying as many other mixer grinders we found in the market.

average sound ranged from 77-79 dB

Safety

The wet grinding jar of the mixer grinder comes with a lid lock that facilitates hands-free grinding.

Unfortunately, we don’t find in Sujata the safety features that we usually find in other mixer grinders. The manufacturers claim that you can run it for 90 minutes continuously. But, it doesn’t have an overload protection switch which makes you wonder if you may accidentally damage the motor when you run it for too long at a stretch. 

The base of motor housing

It doesn’t have vacuum suction feet either. But, even while grinding idli batter or thick shakes, we didn’t find it vibrating at all. Also, in our experience using Sujata Dynamix for over 8 years, we have never faced any safety hazard.

Ease of Cleaning

The housing base of the mixer grinder can be wiped with a damp cloth. Its top cover is removable. So, you can easily clean any spills that drip into the slot for the jar lock

The jars are also fairly easy to clean. The polycarbonate lid has a greyish tinge and so you don’t really notice any discolouration after grinding turmeric or garam masala.

Also, the dome-shaped lid of the wet grinding jar doesn’t have any flow breakers or grooves. This doesn’t affect its grinding performance and it is pretty easy to clean them too.

Durability and After Sales Service

Sujata uses high-quality stainless steel for its jar and blades with 0.8 mm and 1.2mm thickness respectively.

The older version of the Sujata Dynamix chutney jar had a plastic jar lock, just like every other mixer grinder available in the market. But in the newer version, the jar lock is made of metal, which makes them quite durable. However, the white paint on the metal base may wear off after a few years of use, which affects the aesthetics, but not its performance.

White metal jar lock

The handles and lids too are quite durable.

But the problem we have often seen is with the holder of the motor housing. It is locked to the housing with 2 clips and if one of them breaks, you won’t be able to lock it. In fact, we have seen quite a few Sujata mixer grinders at our family and friends’ place without the housing cover. 

Top cover/holder of the motor housing.

In order to prevent this, you have to apply some press down while twisting the holder to remove it. Without that pressure, the clip will get stressed and break. And the holder is hard to find as a spare. That being said, even without it, you can still use the mixer grinder. Just that you will have to firmly hold the jar to ensure that it doesn’t move.

Other spares of Sujata including the jars are easily available online and in physical stores. Most of the technicians are familiar and you can get it repaired easily from nearby stores too. 

The product comes with a 2-year warranty. Even though it has superior motor technology, the company doesn’t offer any additional warranty on it.

You might have seen Sujata Dynamix being used in many juice stalls and restaurants. But, its warranty gets lapsed if you use it in a commercial setting. 

Flaws, But Not Deal Breakers

The main drawback we found is that with the top cover of the housing base, which as we mentioned has a tendency to break if not handled with care.

Also, it doesn’t have an overload protection switch. But considering the overall excellent performance, these flaws shouldn’t deter you from buying this excellent mixer grinder.

Comparison With Other Similar Models

If you don’t use a wet grinding jar and are more into making smoothies and shakes, then you could consider Sujata Supermixx. 

Sujata Powermatic Plus is an option you could consider if you are looking for a juicer mixer grinder. It, however, doesn’t come with a chutney jar.

Compared to other mixer grinders like the ones from Bosch and Philips available at a similar price range, Sujata does an absolutely better job. It doesn’t have a juicer jar. But, even so, its power and performance are second to none.

Verdict

Sujata Dynamix came out with flying colours in all our tests. Its grinding efficiency is absolutely the best. It is quick, powerful and the noise is comparatively tolerable too. Overall, it is an option that you can simply buy without a doubt.

Sujata Dynamix Mixer Grinder Review

Performance
Ease of Cleaning
Safety
Value For Money
Durability

Summary

Without a doubt, we can say that Sujata Dynamix is the best option for those who need a powerful and durable mixer grinder without bells and whistles. Though it costs close to Rs. 6K, it doesn’t come with a juicer jar or food processor attachment. But the sheer power and efficiency make it an excellent option for home chefs and those who want to grind spices at the comfort of their home.

It is easy to use and clean, quick, has the best grinding efficiency and surprisingly, though loud, we found its noise to be tolerable compared to the rest.

But what we found lacking is an overload protection switch.

4.4

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Parvathy Pothan

Parvathy Pothan is the founder-editor of Smart Home Guide. She has been featured in All Recipes, The Hindustan Times, Mid-Day, The Print and other leading publications. She completed her graduation in Business Management from EHSAL European University College of Brussels. Following a brief stint at her family business dealing in home maintenance, furnishing fabrics and interior designing, she ventured out to start her own publishing business where she and her team strives to educate consumers and help them make an informed decision for buying home and kitchen appliances.

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