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KitchenAid Food Chopper - White


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  • Each time you press down on the handle, this chopper cuts up veggies, fruit, herbs, nuts and chocolate in a snap
  • The self-contained base eliminates the need for a cutting board
  • Features stainless steel blades and a nonslip base
  • Dishwasher safe
  • 9.8Hx4.2" dia.
  • Features: Nonslip Base, Stainless Steel Blades
  • Material: Plastic
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • ASIN: B000IWV2X4
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #190,647 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Kitchen Aid Food Chopper is ideal for chopping veggies, fruits, herbs, nuts and chocolate. The superior high–carbon stainless steel blade provides exceptional performance. The soft base gives the item superb stability. The food chamber and soft base can be removed and placed in the dishwasher for quick and easy cleanup.

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Customer Reviews

The blades aren't sharp enough to cut anything, except your fingers when you are trying to figure out how to wash it.
A. Taylor
This is vital as it cannot be completely disassembled and has hard to reach areas where food can get stuck, dry out and toughen into place.
F. Lopez
If you want to chop an onion, you have to cut it up into pieces that are small enough to fit inside and that are manageable by the chopper.
musicfan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Robert S. Preece on March 26, 2009
Expectation management is important when dealing with these mini-choppers. I have a Vidalia Chop Wizard which is perfect for large amounts of various vegetables, onions, etc. If you only need a small amount this food chopper is both convenient and useful. However you must limit the size of the food you are chopping to perhaps a one to one and one half inches in length and probably no more than about 3/4 of an inch in height. You must also pound the unit with some force to get it to really work effectively. I have carefully watched the Slap Chop infomercial ($27.95 with shipping and handling and an additional $7.95 S&H for the "Graty") and with camera angles that commercial creates a bit of a false sense of just what these products can and can't do. Several people have commented on how difficult this unit is to clean. The cleaning instructions on the box say "Remove container ring and carefully wash with soap and water." This has to be the most misleading and dumb instruction ever! The unit easily disassembles however the instructions on the box offer no assistance whatsoever.

What you need to do is first separate the food container from the unit by twisting the clear plastic container counterclockwise about one inch then pull down. This separates the food container from the cutting unit. Next depress the plunger approximately 3/4 of the way and then twist the sweeper/cover to the right or left pulling down until it separates from the remaining unit. This exposes the blades. You are now fully disassembled and ready to quickly clean and reassemble the unit.

The unit is dishwasher safe (top of DW only). You can use the unit with or without the base however with the base on the unit the food is all captured in the food container rather than on the cutting board.
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A. Taylor on April 30, 2007
We requested this "food chopper" in our wedding registry and really regret it. The chopping surface is only about two inches wide, which translates to not very much food. That is, if you could it to chop anything. About the only vegetable that doesn't jam it or get mushed into a pulp is mushrooms, and those still jam it most of the time. The blades aren't sharp enough to cut anything, except your fingers when you are trying to figure out how to wash it. Basically, you have to pre-chop your food to put it in this thing to get it chopped. Skip it--buy a nice knife and cutting board instead.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By jo on November 6, 2007
i cook with a lot of onion so i thought this would help me save time but it doesnt. small cutting area, blades are sharp enough and it is difficult to wash. i felt like it's waste of $17 ($14+tax). talk about buyers remorse and now it just sits on my counter doing nothing.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By musicfan on November 17, 2009
We returned this one to the store as it didn't offer any convenience. If you want to chop an onion, you have to cut it up into pieces that are small enough to fit inside and that are manageable by the chopper. If the piece is too large, and these pieces were not very large at all that we tried, it gets stuck and you have to pull it out and start over again. Fine if you want to cut up your food a lot first before putting it in, but what's the point? It's easier and faster to just chop it all with a knife. Worthless junk.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By M. Davis on April 29, 2008
I got this food chopper mainly for onions and think it does a good job for the purpose. Now considering the size of the blade you might have to cut your onion in half or quarter it but my eyes do not tear and that alone is worth a high rating to me.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jan on November 3, 2008
I've had this chopper for years and find that it is wonderful for garlic and onion. I pitched the bottom lid (before I lost it or forgot what it went with) and just use it on a cutting board. You need to cut onions into smaller pieces but it does a nice job quickly on those also. I do admit that I had no idea that it came apart for cleaning until my 12 year old showed me. Based on it's limitations look for a sale (I paid $10). Beware of the off-brands, I tried one and they are truly junk.
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