Braun K650 Multiquick 600-watt Kitchen Machine Food Processor
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- Electronically controlled with variable speed
- Powerful 600 watt motors for Processing
- Sealed bowls to prevent leakage
- You are always in complete control of your food preparation
- 110V For USA use only
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|Color||White||White||Black||Black and Silver||Onyx Black||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||12 x 24 x 24 in||11.3 x 14.9 x 15.4 in||8.46 x 9.06 x 16.14 in||8.43 x 10.25 x 15.47 in||11.81 x 10.88 x 16.62 in||8 x 10.25 x 17.75 in|
|Item Weight||6 lbs||9.8 lbs||6.57 lbs||6.2 lbs||18 lbs||26 lbs|
|Material Type||Plastic||18/8 Steel||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Stainless Steel|
|Size||9 Cup||FP includes 7 Blades||12 Cup||10 Cup||13-c.||n/a|
Powerful 600 watt DC motor - low noise operation for better food preparation. 14 speeds + soft pulse - allows superior control, select optimal speed/pulse to suit the task, handy push button pulse for exact control when processing soft or delicate foods. Electronically controlled, step less variable speed for optimal processing control. Unique dual safety lock - ensures bowls cannot be opened when unit is on. Usage guide on front panel - quick reference on recommended speed range for individual attachments. Sealed bowls - eliminates leakage or overflowing. Work-bowl capacity: 9 cups (2 L). Attachments included: Universal chopping blade, chops - blends, mixes & purees. Dough hook, powerfully kneads up to 3 lbs. of dough. Cream attachment - for perfect whipping results. Versatile slicing system, includes: fine slicer, fine shredder, coarse grater and cheese grater. Citrus juicer, citrus press fits into the work bowl. Easy cleaning - Dishwasher-safe attachments and bowls. Color: White with blue control knobs 1 Year limited warranty.
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It has 14 speeds.
The Cuisinart has only one speed. (The dough switch provides more power but with the same speed).
The bowl of the (eight cups) Braun is as big as the "11 cup" Cuisinart.
The center shaft inside the bowl is sealed so you can fill it with fluid to a higher level.
The bowl cover of the Braun can be removed with a light twist. It is much more complicated on the Cuisinart.
Also, removing the bowl is much easier on the Braun.
This food processor is so much easy to use and we use it almost every day.
We tinkered with the parts. It's not just chopping and slicing and bread blade. It's also got mixer for egg whites or whipped cream. Dear Lord! Now my Kitchen Aid and food processor must do battle! But now to the important bit: it's got variable speed! What's stopping other food processor makers from adding that? Now I have a food processor muscling in on the territory of both my Kitchen Aid mixer and my Vitamix. But that's all good for me.
Yes, I spent a few bucks more for the Braun than I might have on the others I might have bought. However, I'm sharing the love with the reviewers as I read enough to realize that the other manufacturers have gotten either cocky or lazy and have dropped the ball with support. I am a businessman with a great product, but the day I decide that things can't go wrong between creation and customer satisfaction is the day I decide to abandon both my product and my customers. So far, it seems Braun has kept that attitude where their competitors have lost that edge.
Summary: This is the best designed food processor in its class. Don't elect to save a few dollars in this case and get one of the lower-cost food processors; you will regret it. Note: I rarely offer this advice because, most of they time, I consider saving money to be the best idea.
The Braun does everything I had hoped for and more. Some specific features that I love:
The motor is very powerful, and has shown no signs of fatigue despite putting it through some pretty serious paces. It takes at least 10 minutes of nearly continuous processing a pretty high speed to make almond butter - no problem!
Cleanup is a breeze. I put everything in the dishwasher except for the main chopping blade. All of the other pieces are dishwasher safe. Just make sure to remove the grating/slicing insert from the wheel and rinse first - if not, some of the leftover bits can get stuck. I even put things on the bottom rack BUT I never use the drying function, and my dishwasher doesn't get very hot. Keep it to the top rack if you do.
The capacity is what it says it is, even for liquids. Most other processors can only be filled about halfway, or they leak down the middle. I've made big batches of soup and been able to fill it nearly to the top, and still pureed it with no problem.
The variable speed REALLY makes a difference. If you're working with very juicy foods and put them through at high speed, you will end up with mostly juice instead of grated or sliced produce. Turn down the speed and you get the beautiful shreds you're seeking.
The feed tube is very wide and has NO childproofing to it, which to me is a plus. It won't work unless the lid is on, which is enough safety for me. I NEVER put my fingers in the feed tube, and would train my kids to do the same - that's what the pusher is for. I'd rather use common sense and treat a machine with the respect it deserves than have a product that you can't use properly because they've designed it to be idiot proof. I'm not an idiot, thanks.
I can't speak to all of the accessories because I don't use the dough hook, but I've been able to use all of the others with ease. I really wish the coarse slicing insert came standard, but I purchased it separately and would recommend it if you do a lot of slicing. Sometimes the thin slices are too thin, depending on what you're making.
This food processor has literally transformed my kitchen, and changed the way I cook. I work with so many more vegetables and make a lot more from scratch in general because it's so much easier and less time-consuming. It's helped me to cut out a lot more processed and packaged foods and eat healthier in general. I hope they continue to make these, because I keep telling everyone about them!