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KitchenAid KFP1333OB 13-Cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System - Onyx Black

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  • ExactSlice System
  • Adjustable slicing disc
  • The ultra wide mouth feed tube accommodates tomatoes cucumbers and potatoes with minimal prep work required
  • 3 power settings low high pulse
  • Slice shred knead chop puree
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Product Description

Color:Onyx Black

Product Description

The KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with the exclusive Exact Slice system, slices from thick to thin with one slide of the lever. The multiple optimized speeds and distinctly designed stainless steel blades help in prepping food. Slice, shred, knead, puree and chop food quickly and easily.

Seller Warranty Description

1 Year Hassle Free Replacement Warranty


Product Details

Color: Onyx Black
  • Product Dimensions: 10.9 x 11.8 x 16.6 inches ; 18 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B005MMNBN4
  • Item model number: KFP1333OB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (275 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #104,418 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System

The KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with the exclusive ExactSlice system, slices from thick to thin with one slide of the lever.

KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor

The multiple optimized speeds and distinctly designed stainless steel blades help in prepping food. Slice, shred, knead, puree and chop food quickly and easily.

Features

KitchenAid ExactSlice System

The first ever externally adjustable slicing, KitchenAid ExactSlice System gives you precise slicing and accuracy for all kinds of food—hard or soft, large or small. And it does it all using less energy than previous model.

Ultra Wide Mouth Feed Tube

Accommodates tomatoes, cucumbers, and potatoes with minimal prep work required.

UltraTight Seal

The UltraTight Seal Features a specially designed locking system with leak-resistant ring that allows you to fill the work bowl to capacity with ingredients without worrying about making a mess.

High, Low & Pulse

High, Low & Pulse speed options allow you to precisely and properly handle soft or hard ingredients with the touch of a button.

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Capacity 14-Cup 13-Cup 11-Cup 9-Cup 9-Cup 7-Cup
External Slicing Adjustment Lever -
UltraTight Seal
Feed Tube 2-in-1 Feed Tube 3-in-1 Wide Mouth Feed Tube 3-in-1 Wide Mouth Feed Tube 3-in-1 Wide Mouth Feed Tube 3-in-1 Wide Mouth Feed Tube 2-in-1 Feed Tube
High, Low & Pulse Settings
ExactSlice System
Mini Bowl & Mini Blade -
Base Material Polycarbonate Plastic Polycarbonate Plastic Polycarbonate Plastic Polycarbonate Plastic Polycarbonate Plastic Polycarbonate Plastic
Commercial-Style Dicing Kit - - - - -
Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty

Model KFP1333 includes

13-cup work bowl, 4-cup work bowl, external adjustable slicing disc, reversible shredding disc, dough blade, multipurpose blade, mini multipurpose blade, spatula and accessory case.


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Customer Reviews

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918 of 969 people found the following review helpful By William T. Wroblicka on November 4, 2011
Color: Onyx Black
I recently bought the KitchenAid KFP1333CU 13-cup food processor to replace a Cuisinart FP-14 14-cup model. The locking mechanism on the Cuisinart's work bowl cover had broken, but rather than replace the cover, which would have run about $50, I decided to swap the whole thing out for the KitchenAid because, frankly, I never much liked the Cuisinart. So what I want to do here is compare the two machines, highlighting the pros and cons of each.

Both machines are about the same size and take up the same amount of counter space, the one-cup claimed difference in capacity notwithstanding. The KitchenAid, however, is considerably lighter than the Cuisinart -- almost flimsy by comparison. This of course makes it easier to lift and move the KitchenAid around, but try to finely chop chunks of hard cheese or knead bread dough and the machine rocks and vibrates violently. If you don't hold it down with both hands it threatens to overturn or jump right off the counter. The Cuisinart may shimmy a little in performing the same tasks, but it stays put.

I find the KitchenAid's work bowl cover much easier to put on, lock, unlock, and take off. You lock and unlock the cover in the conventional manner, by simply twisting it. You can do it with one hand. The Cuisinart's work bowl cover has to be fairly precisely positioned and then snapped into place. It sometimes took me a couple tries to do it right, a minor annoyance. To remove it, you have to press an awkwardly positioned button on the handle. It takes two hands.

I did not like the Cuisinart's work bowl design. It always seemed to catch a lot of stuff underneath the blade and in the angle where the side of the work bowl meets the bottom.
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153 of 164 people found the following review helpful By calicoterri on December 14, 2011
Color: Contour Silver
So far it's the best food processor I've ever owned. I do wish they had included a small cookbook with the appliance.

My last food processor finally started cracking after 15 years of use, so I upgraded to the 13 cup Kitchenaid. The plastics in this appliance are far superior to my last processor, and the gaskets make for a tight seal. Another upgrade for me was the fact that you push the blade in to lock it....that means you can take the work bowl off of the processor and have no leaks because the blade stays firmly in place. I also love the case that was included to hold all of the blades in a small space.

Note: If you buy this product, take pictures of how the accessory case is packed before you take the blades out. Took me a little while to repack correctly so the accessory case would close.
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116 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Marcel on January 6, 2012
Color: Contour Silver
Harsh, but true. KitchenAid had built up a solid reputation over the years with their quality mixers: kitchen workhorses that lasted for generations. Unfortunately, the company has steadily been cutting corners, and the results are now sadly inadequate machines. The company was started by a restaurant equipment manufacturer that wanted to make home versions of their industrial equipment. The Hobart company is still around today, in restaurants and in the home, although the prices of their countertop units are certainly not for the budget-minded. Since the 80's, KitchenAid has been owned by Whirlpool, and they have elected to make some very unfortunate changes. Aside from a weak, whiny motor, the major problem with this food processor is the quality of the parts. Slowly but surely, what were once solid all-metal parts and gears are now being made of moulded plastic, and cheap, inferior metal. Not only that, but there are instances where metal is GLUED TOGETHER. For a while, they cleverly hid the cheaper parts "under the hood". Take apart one of their "solid metal" stand mixers and you will find a few key components that are made of shoddy material. Now, they aren't even bothering to hide them anymore. This particular food processor has a flimsy plastic body and base, designed to look like stainless steel. The drive shaft itself is made of plastic, with plastic teeth. The blade attachments are indeed sharp, but after cutting cold butter into flour for pie dough, the blade assembly came apart; no surprise. Not only was the assembly was made of (you guessed it) plastic components, with a metal washer and "clutch", but they were GLUED TOGETHER! A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.Read more ›
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123 of 140 people found the following review helpful By Melissa Bullitt on January 9, 2012
Color: Contour Silver
So disappointed with this! Received this as a gift and was excited to replace my 10+ year old kitchen aid food processor which I loved and used at least 2-3 times per week. This new one had all the same features as the old processor, but I loved the look of this, and the idea of the wide feeding tube, so I was sure it was going to be a winner. However, when I took it out of the box and began to use it, I realized that it was not easy to use and everything about it was worse than my old processor. In fact, the only nice thing I can say about it is that it is lightweight and easy to lift up to the counter. Its so bad I'm seriously considering keeping my old one instead of this one.
With this machine I spend a good 5-10 minutes of setting up, assembling and troubleshooting to accomplish about 1 minute of chopping. Isn't a food processor supposed to save time and frustration? This one does not!
It's a users nightmare, I'm not even sure where to begin...

1. Its so big and bulky, all the parts seem oversized, big and clunky, hard to hold for women's hands. The whole machine is so big it barely fits in my storage cabinet.

2. The buttons aren't really buttons, you have to press really hard and in just the right location to get them to work. There's just no feedback like an actual button. Also, some of the buttons only work with certain attachments, so you end up just mashing all the buttons till you find one that works.

3. The feeding tube-- Comes in 3 pieces which you have to keep track of, and makes it hard to clean with too many nooks and crannies for the food to fall into. Also the wide feed which was the most exciting new feature doesn't really work as I had hoped, since you have to have the food pusher halfway down or the machine won't turn on at all.
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