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Cuisinart BFP-703CH SmartPower Duet Blender and Food Processor, Chrome

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  • 350-watt combination unit saves space and tackles a wide range of cooking tasks
  • 3 cups 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
  • Measures 16 by 6-1/2 by 6 inches; 3-year limited warranty
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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)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004WKI7
  • Item model number: BFP-703CH
  • Average Customer Review: 2.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (244 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Enjoy a frozen drink%2C crush enough ice for a crowd%2C and prepare hors d%27oeuvres for a party with the Cuisinart SmartPower Duet Blender%2FFood Processor%2E Seven speeds%2C one just for ice crushing and one for food processing%2C make this Blender%2FFood Processor a powerful kitchen helper%2E The smart choice for everyday home cooks and chefs extraordinaire%21

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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 meat or ice with equal aplomb. Most attachments are dishwasher-safe, 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 that explains how to use all the features and lists 48 recipes, from cranberry-orange mimosas to classic mayonnaise. --Maria Dolan



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Customer Reviews

Food Processor/Food Slicer!
EBM
Every time I've used the blender, the motor smells like it's burning up.
LauraBonelli
Then the plastic housing of the blade cracked.
Ak G

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

603 of 613 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 1, 2002
I have been shopping for a new blender to replace my 1985 Osterizer, which has been leaving big chunks of ice in frozen drinks. I saw a really interesting consumer-oriented cooking show on the local PBS station one Saturday afternoon - they taste test their recipes on the public and test kitchen equipment. They had a test segment on blenders and claimed the fiftydollar Osterizer unit was the best, had the strongest motor and did a better job than even the hundredplusdollar blenders. I went out and bought one (actually, I got the Oster version of the Duet, with the blender and a food processor attachment). I quickly returned the Oster unit because 1) It could not a crush ice in frozen drinks and was actually worse than my 17 year old, worn out blender - it's pretty hard to suck a 3/4" ice rock up a straw; 2) Did not circulate thick liquids well unless stirred with a spoon through the hole in the top cover; 3) It was loud as heck; and 4) the food processor attachment was nearly useless because it was very small, only had a chopping blade and had no feeder - you unlatch the processor, empty out the one cup or so of chopped food, put more food inside, re-latch the processor lid and put back on the blender base.

After reading some of the reviews here, I was pretty much set on the similarly priced (one c-note) Kitchen Aid so I went to my local department store to look around and a bright and bubbly teenage sales clerk came up and asked me if I needed help. I almost said no (I can read the box myself) but instead decided not to exercise age discrimination and asked if she had any recommendations for blenders. Surprisingly, she said "Yes, I tested a bunch of them for a Christmas present for my dad a few months ago and the Cuisinart was definitely the best.
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65 of 65 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 2, 2002
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This appliance is ideal for me. I use the blender once or twice a week and the processor 2 or 3 times a week. And I don't have a lot of storage space in my kitchen, nor the desire to own 2 motors when one will do both jobs. I bought this to replace a very wimpy Oster blender/processor combo and I am thrilled with it. The blender grinds through ice cubes in no time, and the processor has delivered consistently good results with a variety of foods.
The product design is excellent. The attachments fit securely onto the motor base without the need to twist or lock. The buttons are very easy to clean, and they have been thoughtfully arranged for ease of use. The motor unit is very compact, so it takes up about half the space my old Oster did. The glass blender jar is very sturdy and leakproof, but I wonder about the durability of the plastic processor attachment.
For a serious cook who deals with large quantities and frequent demands on an appliance, it's probably better to have separate pieces. But as a casual home cook for two, I love its design, efficiency, and power.
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109 of 116 people found the following review helpful By C. Jones on September 7, 2006
As other reviewers, we loved this blender until it broke. It was quiet, powerful, simple to use, and looked great. The food processor was the perfect size, and very useful.

The only complaint in using it was the base unit on the blender jar was hard to get off at times. Also, the plastice silver coating was wearing off.

After 1.5 years of moderate use (mainly smoothies), the plastic gear connecting the motor to the blender shattered. Luckily we bought ours at a retailer that we could return it to.

If Cuisinart ever fixes this defect issue, we would definitely buy it again. Until then an expensive Osterizer is working well for us.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Ny-er on December 5, 2004
... but I really love this blender!

First off, it looks short in the photo on this site, but that's because its circumference is much larger than your standard blender. So you get a short squat blender that has ample room inside because it's so much bigger round-wise. Plus it's glass.

I've had many many blenders that were of the plastic variety, only to have them fall apart in a matter of months. Glass is the way to go.

I've never had any problems with it crushing ice, it does it quite efficiently -- and it's a fantastic machine to make smoothies -- just pop in your frozen fruit, add yogurt, milk and blend.

Now I'm not a professional cook, but I found the food processor part delightful. Plop in several big slices of green and red peppers, onions, mushrooms, tomatoes, whatever and it juliennes them to nice sliver sizes that add flavor to your meal. I'm not sure it would be ideal for heavier mixes like bread, but I haven't tried, and the machine does come with a bread mixer/blade.

It's also very stylish -- the chrome and black could compliment any kitchen.

The only negative about it is that it is quite loud, but eh, if you're crushing ice or anything hard, it's going to make noise. I can live with that.

All in all, I'd say this is a very useful device for any kitchen.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By F. X. Gaytan on April 27, 2006
I was generally pleased with this blender. I used it about 4 to 5 times a week to make smoothies and I occasionally used the food processor for chopping vegetables. Just as other reviewers have written, it would leave an occasional lump of unblended fruit when I made a smoothie, but it was not unbearable-perhaps a blender with a narrower base would blend better if you're looking to liquify solids. It is also very loud, but again, not that big a deal. The real problem, very similar to others who have written reviews, is that after about 1.5 years of usage the black plastic disc that turns the blade began to disintegrate. Plastic shavings covered the entire blender after each use and it began to make an awful whirring noise, as if the motor were spinning but not the blade (which was in fact what was happening). If you purchase this blender you might consider buying the two year warranty/protection plan, because this seems like a fairly common problem. As for me, considering I put the blender through a lot of use, I think I am simply going to look for a different brand of blender.
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