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Hamilton Beach 70580 Big Mouth Duo Plus Food Processor

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  • Fits Whole Foods Big Mouth Feed Tube
  • 12 and 4-Cup Bowls
  • Slices, Shreds, Chops, Purees & Mixes Reversible Slice/Shredding Disc
  • Chopping S-Blade Easy to Clean Touchpad Controls
  • Dishwasher Safe Bowls, Lid and Blades 500 Watts
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  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 12.4 x 16.1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B005OYE6NO
  • Item model number: 70580
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,478 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Hamilton Beach 70580- Big Mouth Duo Plus Food Processor. From Hamilton Beach, this Duo Plus Food Processor with its Big Mouth feed tube practically eliminates the need to pre-cut food. It gives powerful performance with its 500 Watt motor and touch pad with two speeds and pulse. It slices, shreds, chops, purees and mixes. Includes 12 and 4 cup bowls for processing different amounts that nest for compact storage. Comes with reversible slice/shred disk and chopping S-blade. Dishwasher safe bowls, lid and blades.

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Customer Reviews

I leaks due to poor design.
mclark_1
This is true when one is using both the wide mouth and the small mouth food chute.
Amazon Customer
BTW the liquid fill line is only a inch from the bottom of the bowl on both bowls.
steakandeggs

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 25, 2012
I bought this food processor because I was lured by the claim that I would not have to pre-chop vegetables because of the wide feed chute at the top of the processor. What the package neglects to tell the consumer, however, is that the motor will not engage unless you have the food pusher inside of the feed chute. Meaning the claims that this will slice whole cucumbers is untrue. I had to cut the cucumbers into fourths in order to have the food pusher engaging the spring in the feed chute to allow the motor to turn on. Even whole carrots need to be pre-cut before they can be sliced or shredded. This is true when one is using both the wide mouth and the small mouth food chute.

The package also claims that this will fit whole foods, including tomatoes, cucumbers, and potatoes. Also not true, unless you are using very small potatoes or tomatoes. I tried to slice a medium sized tomato and really had to squeeze it inside the food chute. If one were using a regular slicing tomato like those found at the grocery store, it would not fit!

Also, while you receive a 12 cup bowl, do not expect it to fit 12 cups of anything. The max fill liquid level is only 2/3 cup! Most pesto recipes call for a cup of oil! The bowl is also not water tight-- if you are slicing anything with a lot of juice (tomatoes, for example), the juice may leak over the hole in the center of the 12 cup bowl, leaking tomato juice onto your processor!

Needless to say this is going back... with all the hassle of trying to get the motor to start and cutting the vegetables, it would have taken less time for me to just chop them myself
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By steakandeggs on May 17, 2012
Save yourself time and money. I had a GE food processor that I bought back in the 1980 that the shaft starting locking up. So time to get another one. Easier said than done. After looking at all the reviews and getting more confused I went to a local store and bought the Hamilton Beach 70580. It is much larger than my old GE and probably do only about 1/4 the amount of food at a time. It has an open stem in the bottom of each bowl that come up about 2 inches in the bowls (12 cup and a 4 cup) which can only do about 2 cups of food without spilling out the center when the bowl is removed to pour the food out. On my GE the shaft screwed in like a blender. What I would like to know is why the people designing these PF are thinking? I want a PF that works. BTW the liquid fill line is only a inch from the bottom of the bowl on both bowls. When we took it out of the box my husband said "What is this"? I bought it yesterday and it's going back today.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Old Hand on February 25, 2013
After struggling with lesser food choppers for way too long, we looked over what was available and settled on the Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Duo 70580 largely because of its 12 cup capacity. The first task we put it to was slicing up the veggies to go into our standard lettuce salad: one large onion, one green pepper, two tomatoes and a cuke, all peeled and cut in half. Almost instantly we had perfect slices in the bowl with room to spare. We then minced up some homemade chipotles in olive oil and made dressing for the salad and we were done in minutes with very little mess. Admittedly, we are somewhat experienced with this type of appliance and understood how to get the best from it, nonetheless it performed even better than expected and hoped for.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 4, 2014
I purchased this model when my old food processor died. I have no complaints relative to the power of this processor, as it seems to be good with soft foods. While preparing the filling for a sweet potato pie, on the very first time I used this processor, the recipe included a cup of milk. I added the milk, and began to mix it with the two cups of mashed sweet potatoes, and to my very great displeasure, found that the contents of the bowl now flowed down the sides of the machine all over the counter. Inspecting the bowl, I discovered that the internal lip, the one surrounding the impeller post is only 1 1/2 inches tall. This allows any semi-liquid contents to flow out of the mixing bowl. What a mess!!! I am currently searching for a replacement. One that doesn't spew its contents all over the counter. If you are searching for a replacement or new processor, be certain you check the height of the inner lip around the impeller post. It is usually hidden by the removable blade.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By tjbruns on July 5, 2013
It wasn't a great food processor, it took a little longer to puree foods but it would do the job. I used it almost everyday and as of last night, at about 10 months old it bit the dust. I am not intending to replace it with another Hamilton Beach. I'd rather use that money towards a better brand/model.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By NLScarry on November 9, 2013
My mother gave me my a food processor in 1982 and it was a Hamilton Beach that was similar to this one. The bowl cracked a short time ago and we’ve been using her Cuisanart. The Cuisanart is hard to clean and not very good for chopping. We just got this one and the first thing we made was frosting. It blended up quickly and was easy to get out of the bowl. Cleanup was a breeze.

We don’t keep the things on the counter and I like how lightweight it is. It’s much lighter than the Cuisanart and lighter than our old Hamilton Beach.

For people complaining that it leaks, you need to keep in mind that this is a food processor, not a blender.

We’re looking forward to using the smaller bowl for chopping nuts making bean burgers.
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