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Black & Decker FP1600B 8-Cup Food Processor, Black

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8 Cup
  • 450-watt food processor for slicing, dicing, chopping, mincing, grating, and more
  • 8-cup-capacity work bowl; continuous-flow feed chute with pusher; on and off/pulse buttons
  • Safety interlock system; suction-cup feet; cord storage; dishwasher-safe parts
  • Includes stainless-steel chopping blade and reversible slicing/shredding disc
  • Measures 11-2/7 by 7-4/5 by 15-2/3 inches
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Product Details

Size: 8 Cup
User Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 11.3 x 7.8 x 15.7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0038KPRG6
  • Item model number: FP1600B
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (803 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #98 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 8 Cup

Perfectly slice, chop, mince, mix and shred your favorite foods with the durable stainless steel chopping blade or the slice and shredder disk.


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Customer Reviews

I highly recommend this B&D Food Processor.
Tom Hackim
On FIRST use, the control post came loose and broke off the plastic pieces that keep the bowl locked on.
Generic Reviewer
The only thing about it is that it is loud, like a normal food processor.
Amber Reichenbach

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

387 of 403 people found the following review helpful By Mangobel on January 10, 2011
Size Name: 8 Cup
I am giving this product 5 stars because it works excellent for the price. But I do need to wear ear plugs if I am going to use it for more than a couple of seconds. If you are looking for something more quiet, this is not for you. However, if you are looking to save money and do a great job and can deal with the noise, then this is for you. The large 8 cup workbowl is perfect for chopping things in together.

One other thing I have to say is the slicer slices pretty thin - thinner than it looks in the picture. I sliced carrots and they were about 1/8 inch in thickness.
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359 of 385 people found the following review helpful By Cordelia Brown on June 19, 2011
Size Name: 8 Cup
Though this mid-capacity food processor has its drawbacks (please see my review of Black and Decker's 10-cup PowerPro model for the low-down on the unstable suction-cup feet), you certainly can't beat the price--especially if you're considering buying one of those tiny food choppers which hold no more than a few cups and can't take the heat during heavy use. We've owned several of the latter and were always disappointed in that they couldn't even chop well; half the food clung to the sides of the bowl, while that in the middle tended to get pulverized. The blade of an expensive brand's jammed on its flimsy pin stem grinding raisins and was not able to be repaired without returning to the manufacturer. This processor, on the other hand, not only chops but shreds and slices quite decently, with more power and a larger work bowl. We made a cottage cheesecake to test it and the results were pretty smooth. The metal blade did a good job of powdering the grated dry cheese flavoring when blended with the sugar, and the sloped bowl kept the sticky mixture down on the bottom where it should be. The bowl leaked thin liquids under the limit line, however, so we returned it and got the 10-cup model, which has a dough blade for larger bread recipes, two speeds, and a bigger feed tube.
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188 of 201 people found the following review helpful By Lakegirl on December 21, 2011
Size Name: 8 Cup Verified Purchase
I have been using this product for about six weeks and I love it. I would have given it 5 stars but the assembly instructions are poorly written causing a number of reviewers, myself included, to encounter operating problems. Fortunately, once you know the procedure, it is so simple. 1) Set bowl on base (leave lid off for now) with its handle pointed in the direction of the power buttons and handle slightly turned to the right of center - no more than half an inch. Once the bowl is in this position and firmly on the base, slide the bowl left toward the center of the two power buttons. You will notice a lip on the front of the base, just above the center between the buttons, on which the handle rests when engaged. This lip has a dot on it into which the spring lock in the bowl handle fits. Slide the bowl handle toward the lip until it engages. 2)Place the chopper blade over the center post spindle (not to be confused with the spindle attachment which accommodates the round shredder/slicer blade)in the center of the bowl. 3)Now put on the lid the same way you positioned the bowl. The food chute on the lid goes toward the back of the base and away from the handle on the bowl. Place it on the bowl a half inch or less off center to the right front. Note that there is a small locking cylinder on the underside of the lid just behind the chute. The metal pin in the top of the chopper blade fits into the lock on the lid. Make sure the chopper pin is inside the lid lock, then slide the lid toward the handle until it slips into place. You can see the spring lock depress through the clear handle of the bowl as the lid engages. Now the lid and bowl are locked onto the base.

When you are finished processing, remove the lid FIRST and then the bowl by reversing the instructions.
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153 of 171 people found the following review helpful By VINITA ULLAL on March 22, 2011
Size Name: 8 Cup Verified Purchase
I really like my new food processor. THe last one I had was over 10 years old and it just died. Never thought I'd get another one that I liked as much but I was wrong. This is excellent.

I use it to make dough, grind my own chicken, chop onions, make cookie dough, etc. It is powerful AND looks good. And for the price, you can't go wrong!

Hopefully, it will last as long as my old Sanyo processor did!
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257 of 291 people found the following review helpful By Shaun Holdaway on February 23, 2011
Size Name: 8 Cup Verified Purchase
I would have given this food processore 5 stars if it were not for two things:

1- They put a very sticky sticker on the blade warning you that it is sharp. The sticker is so hard to remove that you nearly amputate all of your fingers getting it off. (thanks again to all you attorneys out there who constantly create situations like this)

2- There is a small space behind the inlet shoot that jams with food and it is sometime hard to get it out. I use a butter knife. Other than this it is very easy to clean.

The unit is powerful and has done everything I needed it to.
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97 of 108 people found the following review helpful By V. Sullivan on March 6, 2011
Size Name: 8 Cup Verified Purchase
This was to replace a smaller food processor that broke. It's easy to use and assemble. The suction cups on the bottom can be a little annoying when it comes to moving it around, but it makes up for that in sheer power! It speeds through anything I have fed it so far. I mostly shred veggies and such. It takes care of them in no time making my previous food processor look pathetic. Annihilation! That was what popped into my head the first time I used it. It was actually fun! Love it!
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