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Oster FPSTMC3321 3-Cup Mini Chopper with Whisk, Black

by Oster
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  • 3-Cup capacity
  • Stainless Steel S- blade
  • 2 Speeds - Hi and Low
  • Drizzle hole on the lid for adding water, oil etc during chopping without having to remove the lid
  • Convenient Cord Storage
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Unless otherwise indicated, this product is manufactured for North American electrical standards and is intended for use in the United States and Canada.

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 5.8 x 8.1 inches ; 2.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002LVUG2S
  • Item model number: FPSTMC3321
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (109 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,600 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Make quick work of everyday food-prepping tasks in the kitchen with the help of this mini chopper. Equipped with a 150-watt motor, the efficient unit offers a 3-cup-capacity work bowl with a sharp S-shaped stainless-steel blade that chops, slices, dices, purees, and more. Two extra-large buttons make it easy to switch between low and high speed settings depending upon the consistency desired. Use the mini chopper for anything from chopping vegetables to layer onto a homemade pizza to pureeing garbanzo beans and garlic for a hummus spread. The Oster mini chopper's lid features a small opening that allows for safely adding water, olive oil, or other liquid while simultaneously processing for smooth results (no need to remove the lid). The unit also provides a handy whisk attachment for optimal whipping results, and a spatula that works well for scraping food off the sides of the work bowl. Housed in black with chromed accents, the mini chopper's cord tucks neatly away for compact storage, and dishwasher-safe parts make cleanup a snap.


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Customer Reviews

Just the right size for small jobs.
Duey Foster
IT would be such a great little machine IF it would last and if a replacement would work!
grannygirl
I got this as a gift to replace a Cuisinart DLC-2 that the motor burned out on.
jweller

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By chart77 on December 29, 2009
This attractive little processor is a big disappointment in the kitchen. The 150W motor wasn't up to chopping even a quartered onion into a small dice. In fact, the manual itself advises, "Chopping ... Cut food into approximately 1/2 inch pieces and place up to 3 cups DRY food in the bowl at a time." So you need to chop your food into 1/2" pieces before using this processor.
Note also that this processor chops DRY food. I made the mistake of trying to puree a tomato. When I removed the bowl, tomato juice ran out the bottom all over the processor and the kitchen counter. The center post is just too short for the tall bowl, so liquids run out as soon as you lift the bowl up. The only way to avoid this mess would be to lift the entire food processor, then tilt it (while holding the blade back) so that the food runs out of the bowl into your container.
A whisk attachment comes with this processor, but it's good only for whipping cream. I used it to whisk eggs, and ended up with another leaking mess.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mystyeyes on December 7, 2009
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I love my new Oster Mini food chopper! The reason for a 4 star rating: Use caution if blending liquids as they tend to foam up and flow out under the blade/whisk and into the motor housing. This happened to me. After letting it dry out for a few days, it's working fine. And the hot chocolate was delicious, although I will use a larger blender next time! So be careful! This could happen with any food processor, large or small. This is a pleasure to use! Chop an onion in seconds, make bread crumbs instantly, many other uses. I recommend it!
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Judy Cavins on December 29, 2009
We bought this feeling confident of oster products. Was very hard to get the lid aligned to get it to chop. Then when tried to remove it to empty container very hard. Have a bit of arthritis so the manuvering it took to twist it was hard. After the third try, it ended up falling from my grip. dropped it, plastic bowl broke. SO I spent $15.00 for two chops. I am currently trying to findonlinehelp to replace the bowl. If I cant find it, I guess I wasted $. Had always had faith in Oster products, will think twice now. ESPECIALLy if I can't get service.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Schwartz on February 17, 2011
Noise: Pretty irritating. Definitely worse than my full size KitchenAid food processor. But these things are never pleasant.

Appearance: Really cute.

Sturdiness: Plastic bowl is thick and sturdy, like my full size KitchenAid. The KitchenAid and Cuisinart mini-choppers have made their bowls flimsy. It also has a decent weight so doesn't jump.

Chopping ability: If you put in 1/2 an onion at a time (2 quarters), totally flawless and quick. If you put in a whole onion, cut into quarters, you have to keep opening it to move things around to get to all the big pieces. If you put in a whole onion cut into 1/8s on high, and you're too impatient to open it up repeatedly, you will eventually get a perfect puree with no big pieces. If you put in 2 raw carrots cut into pieces, it gets to all of them without making juice out of them, though it takes some time and it left 1 bigger piece, but so does my KitchenAid.

Clean up: Really easy. I just ran it under the water, wiped with a soapy sponge, and it took 30 seconds.

Summary: None of the mini-choppers that I have seen look good: the two good brands have made their equipment flimsy, even the ones sold at fancy department stores. And all mini-choppers have the limitation that they can only do a certain amount, and you can't just press a button and walk away: you have to press the button over and over until it's done. So I figure I may as well spend half as much and get this one. There is a new Hamilton Beach (Hamilton Beach 72705 Deluxe Food Chopper, Black) that I just found on Amazon that may be good as well. Get a small (~7 cup) food processor, or a food processor with mini-bowl insert. If you get a mini-chopper, get one of the less expensive ones.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Melissa W. on October 24, 2010
I purchased this item today and was very excited to try it out tonight for the dinner I was making. Total FAIL. I took it out of the box, plugged it in to test it out and only the high button worked. I tried it one more time before I put it back in the box, and now BOTH speeds are not working. I noticed that some other people have commented that this product was defective, so it appears to be a common issue with this particular model.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Hammond on January 21, 2010
I purchased this food processor as a gift for my mother. When we gave it a try, the HI button didn't work at all, only the LOW button... annoying! So we returned it and got another and it had the exact same problem! We called Oster and they were kind enough to send us a new one for free. The HI button on this one worked but guess what?! The LOW button was broken on this one! What a joke! Avoid Oster!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Inger Faherty on January 12, 2014
I tried it repeatedly - put onion (in varying sizes) in the bowl, fought with the lid to get it closed, and every time, I got a mixture of pureed onion and GIANT onion pieces. Worthless.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. B on December 18, 2013
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This will not chop ice or anything else frozen and constantly jams. I would not waste money on this again. I would rather just spend a few extra dollars on something that might actually spin.
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