Cuisinart BFP-10CH PowerBlend Duet Blender Food Processor (Chrome/Black)
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- 500-watt countertop blender with 3-cup food-processor attachment
- 7 pre-programmed speeds for versatility; oversized "on/off" switch
- Feed tube and pusher, slicing/shredding disc and chopping blade
- 56-ounce glass jar; LED indicators; dishwasher-safe parts; cord storage
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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|Color||Blue||Brushed Nickel||Chrome||Silver||Black||Die Cast|
|Item Dimensions||6.75 x 8.45 x 15.5 in||7.9 x 7 x 14 in||6.5 x 6 x 16 in||15.88 x 7.88 x 13.5 in||8.69 x 14.13 x 12 in||10.25 x 7.75 x 17 in|
|Item Weight||2 lbs||—||10 lbs||—||8.95 lbs||29 lbs|
|Material Type||glass||Plastic||glass||Plastic||Plastic||Information Not Available|
|Size||50 Ounce||5||40 Ounce||3_cup||OSF||14 Cup|
Cuisinart's powerful new 7-speed blender has a genuine Cuisinart food processor. A heavy-duty 500-watt motor pulses, stirs, mixes, purees, chops and even crushes ice in record time. In food processor mode, users can slice, shred or process ingredients right into a 3 cup work bowl. It's big, it's powerful, and it's easy - removable parts are dishwasher-safe!
Points to Remember
1. Please read the user manual before using the product.
2. Ensure that all parts are pushed in place to operate properly.
3. Ensure that the limit does not cross the last cup line displayed on the blender jar.
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So, how do we answer the cons that others point out? First, the noise. Uh, blenders are noisy. This doesn't seem to be any worse than any others we've owned--it's about the same as any other I've owned (Krupps, Oster). Then, the question of an oder--there was a slight oily smell when we first started using it, but that is long gone now. Yes, the food processor part is small, this is a combo unit. They are small on all combo units. And it's larger than the Krupps combo processor, for that matter the blender is larger too! Some don't care for the look. That's esthetic, and up to you. You see the picture, either you like the way it looks or you don't. I personally don't care too much, I keep it in a cabinet anyway.
All in all, we find this is a great buy. We don't need a full-size processor, this small one is perfect for what we use it for. And the blender is large and handles everything we've thrown at it; drinks, smoothies, soups, pestos, etc etc. You are not going to do better for this price.
I use the blender almost every day up until recently, the motor has completely died. It will blend for a minute and then slow down and quit, leaving a warm plastic smell. first I thought I should stop putting ice in it, I'm overworking it, but for a blender with an "ice crusher" feature it should perform better. I haven't had it for more than six months.
Wierd thing is, food processor attachments will do nothing now, blender still works so motor is good but unit chewed up the plastic gears that mate together. I was wavering on whether to buy it since it had so many negative reviews but the so many good ones seemed to contradict that so I took a shot. I hope this review persuades another fence sitter to keep looking and try something else. I do so hope Cuisinart warranty is worth something.
Edit to add 08/18/2010 Cusinart denied there was a issue, so warranty was worth the piece of paper it was wrotten on......... Bought a dedicated Food processor at Walmart, so far so good.
Cannot recommend. Looks like I'll be testing the warranty as well.
So I contacted Cuisinart warranty service. Very unsatisfied. I told them that I primarily used the device to make smoothies. They stated that the density of the blended material was likely the cause for the motor to fail. They then quoted this from the warranty:
"This warranty does not cover any damage caused by accident, misuse, shipment or other ordinary household use."
Note the words, "other ordinary household use". Their take on that is that the part has to fail on its own accord, not from use. Yeah, I got it. If I use it and it breaks, it is on me. Geez. So the warranty is virtually useless. Last Cuisinart product for this consumer.
Bottom line -
Avoid this one like the plague and double check ANY Cuisinart product warranty for wording such as the above. It renders the warranty worthless for most failures.
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1) It lasted 6.5 years before the motor burned out.Read more