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Black & Decker FP1400 Quick N' Easy Plus Food Processor


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  • Continuous-flow chute to slice or shred food into a separate bowl
  • 8-cup work bowl for small or large processing tasks
  • Two speeds plus pulse control
  • Slicing/shredding disc included
  • Dishwasher-safe removable parts
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Product Manual [263kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 12.4 x 12.3 inches ; 6.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B00005MF95
  • Item model number: FP1400
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #509,831 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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With an 8-cup work bowl and a built-in continuous-flow chute for slicing or shredding foods like cabbage into a separate bowl, this 350-watt food processor is versatile as well as inexpensive. It's great for a small household or an occasional cook who wants the convenience of food processing but doesn't need a big, powerful machine. With its stainless-steel chopping blade and reversible slicing/shredding disc, the processor does everything its more powerful counterparts do: slices, shreds, chops, mixes, and minces. It has two speeds and a pulse control, and all removable parts are dishwasher-safe. To the top of its feed tube, the processor measures 13 inches high, and it's 9 inches wide, including the work bowl's handle, and 16 inches deep, including the continuous-flow chute on top the work bowl. The processor comes with a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack

Product Description

This Black & Decker food processor offers 2 speeds plus pulse to help you make the perfect meal. Chopping blade also mixes and minces, while reversible disk slices and shreds. Includes large 8-cup bowl. Parts are removable and are top-rack dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. No. FP1400. Imported. 12Hx8Wx12D".

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I have only used this machine a handful of times and each time it scares me!
S. M Rearick
Bottom line: if you need a bigger food processor, and can't afford a good one, this could be okay, provided you don't mind cleaning up a big mess.
K. Parry
Pay the money for a decent machine, or you're better off with mortar and pestle.
Jalexafly

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Erin K. Darling on March 7, 2002
I don't have a huge need for a food processor, so I chose one that had a few basic features, and which was really inexpensive. I've only had the machine for a month or so, but I've found that it's completely satisfactory, given the low price tag. It chops things up to consistent sizes, and I haven't had any troubles with food sneaking out of the plastic insert when it's supposed to stay in the bowl.
It's no Cuisinart or Kitchen Aid, but overall, it's not bad! The controls have a solid feel to them, and the machine itself doesn't feel like it's going to fall apart at any given second - it's very solid. Everything is dishwasher-safe, which is a huge plus. I expect any processor to be quite noisy, and this one is, but not so much so that I wouldn't use it. The bowl is a good size, so I don't have to empty it out until I'm done with whatever food currently needs to be chopped/shredded.
I have noticed that the bowl locking mechanism is a little bit sticky, but with firm (not "brutal" or "harsh") pressure, it slides in just fine.
Overall, it's met my expectations for a machine of its price.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 13, 2002
From day one ...the machine was noisy, the cup was impossible to fit on, and when it ran all I smelled was burning wire. I sliced carrots, shredded lettuce, then I really tried it out, tried making a little pie dough in it. Not a rough chore, it did it well. However, the next time I went to use it, I turned it on and was awarded a blue blaze, a small fire, and some melted plastic. Unfortunately it wasn't the 4th of July, or I would have been a hit in the kitchen, that's for sure. The FP 1400 went out with the garbage. Since then, because of some other spectacular failures, Black & Decker and I have separated amicably, Black & Decker living in anyone else's apartment but mine; me, living comfortably with Krups and other kitchen denizens that last longer than four uses.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By K. Parry on March 2, 2002
I never used to be much of a cook, but since I had my daughter seven months ago, I began to realize the importance of eating real food at home, and not out of styrofoam take-out boxes. As such, I needed to buy a great deal of kitchen accessories. I scrimped where I could, and splurged where it was appropriate. Many of my low-price deals have been greatly pleasing (specially-priced Calphalon cookware, and a very low-price cutlery set from Amazon among those purchases), but this is not one of those purchases.
For the positive outlook, this machine does the job it's supposed to do: the food is cut easily and efficiently, to the desired size and texture. From my experience, I've found most food processors to be noisy, so that doesn't bother me like it does the other reviewers. In fact, for all the work it does, I expect some noise. And all of this sure beats using my arms and a knife, no matter how sharp the knife may be.
What I object to is the fact that it has one malfunctioning "feature." The machine boasts the option of either grinding the food into the base, or removing a plastic insert and adding a metal divider to funnel the food out of the chute and into a separate bowl. This was one of the major selling points for me when I shopped for a food processor- otherwise I would have gotten one of the super-small Cuisinarts. But if you use this feature, lots of bits still get into the base; if you choose not to use the chute, and you put the plastic insert in to keep the food in the base, food still flies out through the chute, no matter how well the insert is placed.
One of my first ventures with this food processor was to shave carrots for a carrot cake.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Jennycom on November 21, 2004
I've had this food processor for over a year. This was the first large food processor I have bought. I tend to use my food processor a lot. I use it to make salsas, hummus, any veggie chopping that I can (because I'm lazy!) all kinds of things. I've used it at least every 2 weeks.

Loud? YES. I will definately agree that it's loud. But I don't care. It's a food processor. I don't generally run it for more than a few minutes at one time, so considering its price it doesn't matter to me.

Durability? I've had no issues with the motor at all. It's never showed a sign of lagging or failing, thankfully. The 8 cup container is plastic. I am sure it would shatter if you really bashed it into something, but it's held up fine for me and I throw the lid and bowl and all accessories into my top rack dishwasher when I'm done with it. (goes along with that lazy habit)

My only criticism of this unit is the shield for tossing out sliced veggies (if you are using the slicer disc). When I'm chopping using the standard rotary blade, and I have the shield in place, the shield can leak if I have too much of a liquidy mixture in the bowl. Since I make a lot of salsa, if I have too much salsa in the bowl and I turn this baby up to high, I'm gonna get some leakage. But, this is pretty much a user error. I believe the instruction book says don't fill your bowl more than 2/3 of the way up :-)

Good quality, more than worth the price. If you are not sure if you'll use a food processor enough to spend a ton of money on one this is a great way to find out.
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