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KitchenAid KFP7I5 7-Cup Food Processor, White
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- 7-cup work bowl quickly handles most of your food processing tasks with power and efficiency.
- The full-size feed tube's entire length can be filled, allowing easy ingredient guiding using the pusher.
- The stainless steel multipurpose blade chops, minces, blends, mixes, and emulsifies foods quickly and easily.
- The reversible disc does the work of two discs with a thin 2 mm slicing blade and a medium 4 mm shredding blade.
- The Pulse control allows you to precisely manage operation when a light touch is needed.
- Food processor with powerful induction motor and 7-cup work bowl
- Full-size feed tube and pusher; on/off and pulse control
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This item: KitchenAid KFP7I5 7-Cup Food Processor, White
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|Sold By||Blue Bench||Amazon.com||Amazon.com||Amazon.com|
|Color||White||Contour Silver||White||Onyx Black|
|Dimensions||14.3 inches x 9.1 inches x 7.3 inches||15 inches x 10 inches x 10 inches||13.75 inches x 11.25 inches x 7 inches||15 inches x 10 inches x 10 inches|
|Item Weight||12 pounds||7 pounds||13.5 pounds||7 pounds|
|Material||Information not provided||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic|
|Size||7 Cup||7 CUP||7 Cup||7 CUP|
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From the Manufacturer
KitchenAid Seven-Cup Food Processor
With a seven-cup work bowl, this food processor and its accessories can chop, blend, slice, and shred large quantities of ingredients effortlessly.
Seven-Cup Work Bowl
Quickly handles most of your food processing tasks with power and efficiency.
Full-Size Feed Tube
The entire length can be filled, allowing easy ingredient guiding using the pusher.
Allows you to precisely manage operation when a light touch is needed.
Does the work of two discs with a thin 2-millimeter slicing blade and a medium 4-millimeter shredding blade.
|Seven-Cup Food Processor with Mini Bowl and Blade||Seven-Cup Food Processor|
|Mini Bowl and Blade||✓||-|
|Stainless Steel Multipurpose Blade||✓||✓|
|Reversible Slicing/Shredding Disc||✓||✓|
|Full-Size Feed Tube||✓||✓|
|Clean Touch Control Pad||✓||✓|
|Available Colors||Contour Silver||White|
|Warranty||1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty||1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty|
Top Customer Reviews
This is able to handle most of what I throw at it. I only cook for two, so I don't really need a mega capacity one. It comes with the basic blades I need with the grating and slicing, as well as the chopping blade. I had a huge zucchini in the garden- i have memories from when I was a child grating mountains of zucchini with a box grater for my mom and killing my knuckles. This made short work of the zucchini in about thirty seconds.
My gripes. Like most food processors the space on top of the disc blade where food can get hung up and not processed. No biggy.
Then there is plastic construction. I had a little part on it break on the handle tonight that prevented it from locking it into place. I am a careful person and was not doing anything unreasonable when it broke right in the middle of dinner prep.
I got on the phone with kitchenaid and they are going to send me a new bowl free of charge.
So theres the happy ending. When you buy kitchenaid, you may spend a lot up front for a unit, but most times if something breaks, it can be replaced, whereas a lot of lesser units would trash the whole thing and buy a new one.
That being said, it looks great on the counter. It is a nicely designed product, inside and out. Easy to clean, not too big or too small.
7/14/09 UPDATE: I am still in love with this appliance! I use it all the time.
12/10/10 UPDATE: The bowl handle broke and now I am replacing it for $30. I've been dangerously rigging it with a chopstick for several months and now I can't even do that. The handle just won't hold up. This work bowl needs major design improvement!
However, when I ordered this model, I didn't realize that there was a KFP720 and KFP730 as well. The 720 and 730 are the same basic unit as the KFP715, but they come with additional accessories (both include the "mini-bowl" and a small blade, which is necessary for mincing garlic and chopping nuts - and the 730 adds a citrus press). You can buy these options separately, but the cost is outrageous. If you will be using this to chop small items like garlic or nuts, go for the KFP720. The citrus press probably isn't required in as many kitchens, but go for the KFP730 if you want to get this option included.
April 11, 2011. First of all - we are huge KitchenAid fans - we had a KitchenAid Pro 670 food processor for years. Having a big family, using LOTS of fresh veggies and scratch-cooking all the time put a huge and constant load on it. It was soooo easy to clean up afterwards because it was dishwasher friendly, too.
After many years, the workbowl lid finally started cracking, eventually getting bad enough that it fell apart so we bought the KitchenAid replacement lid. Another several years and the workbowl itself started breaking apart.
The replacement bowl from KitchenAid was soooo pricey that we decided to downsize to this KitchenAid KFP715 food processor. With all the kids grown and out of the house, it was the perfect size - we use it only a couple of times per week and then only for small amounts of food. Also, we downsized to a house that didn't have a dishwasher so this thing gets handwashed - no more drying in the dishwasher.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Plastic part at top of handle broke within a year, but can still operate manually.Published 3 months ago by Winky
Only came with a slicer and blending blade. I've seen others at big box stores that included more cutting options.Published 3 months ago by Bentley
I've had this food processor for a couple of years, but have now replaced it. The ultimate reason for this replacement was that the plastic bowl-locks that prevent the bowl from... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Garnett
I really wanted more blades for more versatility but found that if I emailed the Company, there were all sorts of different blades and tools available for a reasonable price. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Judy Kildare
I bought this in 2013 and it has had very light use. I don't put the parts in the dishwasher. A few weeks ago I was trying to chop some hard cheese and the top flew off and a... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Chris from Colorado
The first time the handle broke, I figured we had been a little too rough on it, though maybe it had been damaged when we moved. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Pat Archey
Have owned this exact model for many years, and it has performed flawlessly. I don't know how its overall rating isn't better unless the manufacturing has changed. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mr. Anonymous
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