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BLACK+DECKER FP1600B 8-Cup Food Processor, Black
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- 450-watt food processor for slicing, dicing, chopping, mincing, grating, and more
- 8-cup-capacity work bowl; continuous-flow feed chute with pusher; on and off/pulse buttons
- Safety interlock system; suction-cup feet; cord storage; dishwasher-safe parts
- Includes stainless-steel chopping blade and reversible slicing/shredding disc
- Measures 11-2/7 by 7-4/5 by 15-2/3 inches
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BLACK + DECKER 8-Cup Food Processor
- Blade Detail: Stainless Steel
- Color: Black
- Cord Storage: Yes
- Dimensions: 10.7 x 7.5 x 15.3 Inches
- Dishwasher Safe Work Bowl: Yes
- Included Accessories: Work Bowl, Shredder Disk, Chopping Blade
- Warranty: 2 Year Limited*
- Workbowl Capacity: 8 Cups
*For more information you can contact the official customer service or visit the official website.
Item #: FP1600B
Driven by 450-watt power, the BLACK + DECKER 8-cup Food Processor is great for chopping, dicing, mincing, slicing, and more! The 8-cup work bowl accommodates large quantities of whatever delicious dish you create, and all removable parts are dishwasher-safe, making cleanup fast and easy.
8-cup Work Bowl
The large capacity gives you plenty of room to work with when creating peanut butter, hummus, and so much more. The possibilities are endless!
Stainless Steel Slicer/Shredder
The reversible metal disk lets you slice veggies quickly or shred cheese without tiring our your forearms. Very useful!
Food Chute w/Pusher
Add in food while the processor is going with the convenient food chute. The pusher helps guide food towards the slicing/shredding disk for consistent results.
Stainless Steel Chopping Blade
The processor blade makes quick work of a variety of ingredients.
Push Button Controls
Intuitive controls let you switch from pulse to continuous operation.
Push Button Controls
Safety Interlocking System
The powerful motor takes care of food quickly and easily.
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|Color||Black||Black and Silver||Black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||7.8 x 11.26 x 15.67 in||8.43 x 10.25 x 15.47 in||10.13 x 14 x 10.13 in||7.84 x 9.72 x 15.12 in|
|Item Weight||5.55 lbs||6.2 lbs||5 lbs||7 lbs|
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|Size||8 Cup||10 Cup||8 Cup||10 Cup|
Perfectly slice, chop, mince, mix and shred your favorite foods with the durable stainless steel chopping blade or the slice and shredder disk.
Top Customer Reviews
One other thing I have to say is the slicer slices pretty thin - thinner than it looks in the picture. I sliced carrots and they were about 1/8 inch in thickness.
1. It's small and easily fits on a counter or stores in a cabinet. It's a very light unit so can easily be stored in a small out of the way spot. It's easy to pick the unit up and maneuver it with 1 hand.
2. Pretty intuitive to use. Didn't read any of the instructions and easily got it put together and used it successfully. If you're ever used a food processor, you won't have any issues with this one, either.
3. Seems to cut through things pretty easily and with the two blades, you can chop, slice, or grate. It easily does all the things you expect from a food processor.
1. Because the unit is so light, there's suction cup feet to hold it in place during use. It's great while you're running it (w/out the feet it would likely dance about on the counter), but a little bit of a pain when you want to move it. You have to intentionally "unstick" the feet to get them to break the suction to pick up the unit off the counter.
2. The way the lid is designed, there's a space between the chute you put in the food and the rim of the lid where food gets caught while you're processing. It's just small enough that you have to use a knife or other thin item to push the food back out. Not hard if you do it while the foods fresh, but would be problematic if you waited to clean up the lid til you were done cooking and the food dried on. You won't be able to get a scrubbie in there and would likely have to soak it to get it clean.
3. The way the bowl is designed, you can't fill it more than about 1/3. That would be about 2 cups (or maybe a little more) of chopped food. The bowl fits over a spindle in the middle that holds the blades and does NOT create an tight seal with the spindle. In fact, it's pretty open. If you either over fill the bowl (ie, go more than about 1/3 of the way up) or have something liquidy (like mashed potatos), the processor will spill it right down the gap between the bowl and the spindle. If it's liquidy enough,it will go right down onto the base of the motor housing. While the housing is sealed, it creates a bit of a mess to clean up. This is why I say it's good for a small house hold. So far, the most I've been able to slice in a single batch is 1 small carrot, 3 small celery stalks, and half an onion. I could probably put a little more in but not much. Any more than that and it feels like it'll start going down the spindle and end up out of the bowl. If you're making a meal for 4 people, you'll likely have to break down your ingredients into smaller batches. That starts to get inconvenient and contrary to why one is using a food processor in the first place. However, if you're a single person or maybe cooking for 2, chances are the bowls large enough for a meals worth of chopping.
For me personally, this unit does what I need and I'm happy with it. I'd recommend it for a smaller household that doesn't need lots of bells and whistles. It's a basic unit that gets the job I need done.
Went to buy a new food processor and realized... why go with something else? So, for another $25ish (why didn't the price go up in the past ten years? I don't know, but I like it!) I bought another Black + Decker 8-Cup Food Processor. Some things have changed in the past decade, but all for the better, like how it's much easier to clean then it used to be because of the redesign of certain parts.
Yes, this is a VERY, VERY loud machine. My significant other won't be in the same room with me when I'm having a food processing party.
However, it's idiot proof. There are two buttons: ON and OFF/PULSE. It's easy to assemble. You can easily store the blade, the lock, and the black cover inside the bowl if you just flip everything upside down (so don't listen to those other reviewers, 'cause that's a moot point). And it gets the job done effectively and perfectly time and time again. I admit, sometimes she leaks a little, but I'm pretty sure this is user error ("8-Cups? HAH! I can get 9-Cups in!").
So - if you want a reliable food processor to make your ham salads, macadamia nut ricotta cheeze, or fruit-only smoothies (WARNING: don't attempt a kale smoothie in this unless you like drinking chunks of cruciferous veg), the best bang for your buck is this. My first one lasted me eight years with heavy use, so I expect to be back here in 2024 to buy another!
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