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Cuisinart BFP-703 SmartPower Duet Blender and Food Processor, White


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  • 350-watt combination unit saves space and tackles wide range of cooking tasks
  • 3-cup food processor bowl, 40-ounce glass blender jar--great for parties
  • User-friendly, 7-speed touch pad control with indicator lights
  • Includes 1 standard blade and 1 slicing/shredding disc
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Product Manual [337kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6.5 x 16 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004S9CI
  • Item model number: BFP-703
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (176 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,990 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Two powerful kitchen appliances have been brought together in this blender/food processor by Cuisinart. The heavy-duty motor base is up to both blending and processing tasks, and won't "walk" on the counter, even when it's crushing ice. Use the blender with its dripless pour spout to make and serve 40 ounces of frozen drinks or to purée baby foods or soups; use the processor to prep up to 3 cups of vegetables, cheeses, nuts, and meats. With one motor base, it's simple to keep the blender out on the counter and then bring out the processor attachment for special tasks.

This is an amazingly sturdy product, with tight fitting lids, a heavy glass blender jar, and a motor that chops meats or ice with equal aplomb. Most attachments go in the dishwasher, and the flat touch pad, which has seven settings, including "ice crush" and "pulse," is easily wiped down with a sponge. This dual appliance comes with a booklet detailing how to use all the features, and 48 recipes, from cranberry-orange mimosas to classic mayonnaise. --Maria Dolan

Editor's Choice: This blender/food processor combines two kitchen appliances into one useful package. It is heavy-duty, can both blend and process most things, and sits on the counter without shaking around. The processor has 350 watts of power and seven speeds, and the plastic bowl size is 3 cups -- it also has a 40-ounce glass blender jar. It comes with one standard blade and one slicing/shredding disc. Most attachments go in the dishwasher, and the flat touchpad wipes down with a sponge.

Product Description

The Cuisinart name is synonymous with innovation in the kitchen, and this SmartPower Duet blender/food processor is truly a revolution. You'll save counter space and enjoy the best food preparation available. Easy-to-read, 7-speed touchpad offers pulse at any speed, from high to low. The food processing function with stainless steel chopping blade lets you chop raw or cooked foods, including meat, to any consistency. Slicing/shredding disc shreds cheese quickly and produces perfectly sliced vegetables. The blender's patented stainless steel blades are strong enough for ice crushing yet precise enough to chop delicate herbs. Work bowl holds 3 cups; 40-ounce glass jar has a 2-ounce removable measuring lid and dripless spout. All parts are easy-clean and dishwasher-safe. Includes instructions and recipe book.


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Customer Reviews

The food processor is too small.
jra2127
The plastic piece on the base that fits into the bottom of the glass jar has cracked and broken on me twice.
Fiona
The motor is loud for both appliances.
JanRDmom

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Mary on July 8, 2001
I've purchased two of the Cuisinart blenders (a SmartPower Seven-Speed- broke after about 45 uses and a SmartPower Duet - broke after about 30 uses) and both have the same the problem with the black plastic gasket on the bottom breaking. (Call me dumb for purchasing the second one!) Really a cheap part for the Cuisinart product. (All I've used these blenders for was fruit smoothies! I doubt the Duet would have made it throught the first challenge of food processing!) The Cuisinart product may be smart but they sure aren't very strong. I certainly would not classify them as heavy-duty! An improvement would be making the gasket either metal or a plastic with more give. (I won't be going back for thirds!)
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148 of 160 people found the following review helpful By JanRDmom on August 5, 2001
I have owned the duet for approximatley one year. I use the blender mostly for milkshakes. The food processor is small, which is ok with me, except I do not like the feed tube. With a processor this small, it's unlikely one would use it to slice or shred, so why bother with the slicing disk and therefore the feed tube? Also, the feed tube makes it too tall to work with right under kitchen cabinets--you must pull it out to use. The motor is loud for both appliances. And the biggest problem is that mine broke this morning while I attempted to make a milkshake rendering both applicances unusable, since now the blade will not rotate. There is a small black plastic disk that fits between the base and the jar that has shattered all on its own. After reading your other reviews, I see I am not the first person to experience this. Buy this item with caution.
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96 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie D. on June 27, 2001
I was excited to get this Cuisinart a month or so ago because I love to cook, but I'm a college student who lives in an apartment. It fit the bill because I don't have tons of space (or money, for that matter) to waste on two appliances.

I have done many things with the SmartPower Duet: I've made deliciously smooth shakes (including one with rum for a party - it was a hit), I've made amazing salsa, I've made gazpacho. For some of these, I used the recipe book that comes with the machine. There are a lot of good recipes, for sure, but I found it even more helpful that the recipes give you helpful hints about how to use the appliance the best way - like, which ingredients to add first, instead of just shoving everything in.

Just last night I made a pasta salad with about twenty ingredients, most of which had to be chopped or minced or sliced, so I used the food processor with the chopper to pulverize the garlic and other spices into a nice smooth blend (thus avoiding the dreaded clumps of pungent garlic). Then, I took the spices out and added red and green peppers and other vegetables and chopped them up coarsely, like salsa. Then I put the slicer attachment on to the food processor and sliced perfectly thin slices of cucumber and red onion. I added this to some pasta, provolone cheese, pepperoni slices, and some olive oil, and voila, I had a great pasta salad in less than half of the time it would have taken me to prepare all of those veggies by hand.

I certainly haven't had any complaints about the workmanship.
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Rak on July 4, 2000
I have been looking for a good blender and also a food processor for a while and one day I came across this cuisinart combination in a store. I liked the fact that I could get one device which was both a blender and a food processor (hence saving $$$ and space).
I read a few good online reviews on this product and decided to purchase it from amazon a week ago. I've so far used this device half a dozen times to make smoothies and they come out perfect each time. The motor is very powerful and it gets the job done really quickly. It is also very easy to assemble/disassemble hence making the task of cleaning it very easy.
My only wish is that this product came in other colours too but now I am only being picky.
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48 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Fiona on December 3, 2000
This is the second duet by Cuisinart I have purchased. The same piece has broken on both of them. The plastic piece on the base that fits into the bottom of the glass jar has cracked and broken on me twice. At first I thought I didn't fit the pieces together correctly and that it was my fault. I exchanged it for a new one and the same thing happened to me again, this time I know it wasn't me because now I make sure they fit correctly before I blend. When it is in working order it is a great blender, loud but very good. I wish all pieces were metal.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 21, 2002
As mentioned by others, after less tham two weeks use, the black plastic piece above the motor that interlocks with the jar bottom broke. I also bought the Cuisinart name after years of using a Cuisinart food processor. Given the number of people who have had problems with breakage, I will not be buying again.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 22, 2001
Add me to the list of folks with a broken blender. I've been very unimpressed by Cuisinart quality. I've replaced the same part on my food processor twice, and now the drive on my blender broke, exactly as described several times below.
I'm buying a new blender, but it won't be a Cuisinart. In fact, I won't be buying any more of their products.
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