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Kenwood Multipro Compact 9 Cup Food Processor, Silver
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- Multipro system offers versatility with a variety of accessories and attachments
- Powerful energy efficient 400w motor with unique patented dual-drive system
- 2.1Liter (9 cups) bowl capacity 1.2l (5 cups) working capacity
- 1.2L (40 oz.) High speed blender ideal for soups, smoothies and drinks
- Solid brushed die-cast metal body
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The MultiPro Compact Food Processor from Kenwood
Chop It. Blend It for Healthier Living.
Expertise in the kitchen since 1947. The Kenwood MultiPro Compact Food Processor System combines a 9 cup food processor and 5 cup blender into one efficient food processing center. Combine all your food preparation needs in just 8 inches of counterspace to make healthy family meals more efficiently with fresh ingredients, created the way you want every time. With its innovative and patented Dual Drive System, the MultiPro Compact with 2 Speed Control delivers the right speed whatever the task :chopping, grating , blending, slicing, whisking or dough making. The Kenwood MultiPro Compact Food Processor System includes a 9 cup food processor bowl with stainless steel chopping blade, dough blade, 3 stainless steel cutting blades: thick slice/shred, thin slice/shred, and rasping. With the added benefit of dishwasher safe parts and safety interlocks, the Kenwood MultiPro Compact Food Processor System will become your go-to food preparation time and space saver in the kitchen.
Food Processing Center
The Dual Drive System from Kenwood optimizes speeds to run a food processor or blender on one base. Double the food prep in only 8 inches of counter space.
In Bowl Drive
The in bowl drive is easier to use, easier to clean and increases the available bowl capacity by 20%
2 Speeds for Versatility and Control
Use high speed for grating, chopping and blending, and low speed for slicing or making dough. The additional pulse option gives you an extra boost when you need it.
The Kenwood Multipro Compact comes with a 9 cup food processor bowl, a 5 cup blender, stainless steel chopping blade, dough blade and 3 stainless steel cutting blades: Thick Slice / Shred, Thin Slice / Shred and Rasping Discs.
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|Item Dimensions||7.9 x 7.9 x 14.1 in||11.3 x 14.9 x 15.4 in||8.46 x 9.06 x 16.14 in||8.7 x 9.8 x 15.4 in||8.7 x 9.8 x 15.4 in||17.32 x 10.91 x 20.55 in|
|Item Weight||9 lbs||9.8 lbs||6.57 lbs||11 lbs||11 lbs||15.5 lbs|
|Material Type||Steel||18/8 Steel||Plastic||Aluminum||Stainless Steel||Plastic|
|Size||9 Cup||FP includes 7 Blades||12 Cup||16_cup||12_cup||14 Cup|
The Kenwood MultiPro food processor system combines a full sized food processor and blender in one efficient food processing center. Combine all your food preparation needs to make healthy family meals more efficiently with fresh ingredients, created the way you want every time. With its innovative and patented dual drive system, the MultiPro with speed control delivers precise speed for various tasks - high speed for chopping, grating and blending; slow speed for slicing & dough making.
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The food processor goes together the same as a Cuisinart. I did notice that some of the parts mesh better. There is no ledge around the edge of the cutting disc like in the Cuisinart that accumulates food easily. Everything fit together well, no gaps or such. I ran zucchini and carrots through and they were shredded easily. Same goes for the potatoes. There is a wide opening so I didn’t have to cut everything down to super small pieces, just manageable ones.
The blender is another thing entirely. It is made of a heavy plastic; I’m used to glass so it feels off to me. Our favorite thing to make is chocolate chip milk shakes, extra thick. So I load up the blender and turn it on. I hear the motor running and I know that the blades are going but nothing is happening to my milk shake. I try to stir it around and still don’t have the power to mix. Then it smelled like I lit the blender on fire. Thankfully I didn’t but that was the end of that test.
Over all this is a nice looking, compact food processor. I think that it would be a good addition to a beginning cook’s kitchen or someone that is not going to use either that much. It would be great for a student or a first apartment. Having said that, if you are looking for a high quality food processer, save up your money and buy a Cuisinart and a good blender. They may take up more space but they will last you longer and perform better.
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Now for the positive. The blender works very nicely for my smoothies thanks to a sharp blade and great "fluid dynamics". I never have to scrape material from the sides and push them down like I've seen from other value blenders. The container is a bit small - markings end at 1200ml (about 42 fl oz), and one should probably not fill it further. Also, the motor is a bit on the loud side and gives off an electrical smell after a few minutes - I think this is to be expected from a non- industrial blender and like I said, it works well.
The food processor also works really well. There are three slicing disks which can be used both sides (with different patterns), giving you a total of chopping options, from a straight "cucumber slice" to finer stripes. I had a personal epiphany with one particular disk, as I had been trying to make European- style knob celery salad for a while, including buying expensive special blades, but this baby ended that quest!
Other than the disks, there is also a chopping blade that works inside the container - I imagine this would be great if you wanted to quickly chop larger produce without funnelling them through the chute. And finally there is a "dough tool" which is just a plastic stick - I doubt this would work on actual dough as there are no low speeds to choose from, but it might fluff your eggs really nicely.
Overall, I quite like this product. I wish the quality was a little higher, but I do realize that would also jack up the price. As a decently priced "jack of all trades", I can find nothing wrong with this Kenwood.
It's a nice appliance for a budget-friendly food processor intended for occasional use, but no one would mistake it for the heavy-duty everyday performance of a Cuisinart. A nice array of cutting and grating blades are included, along with both a full (if smallish) food-processor bowl and a blender pitcher in high-quality polycarbonate. The gearing and drive linkages are all plastic, though, giving off a faint burning smell in heavy use, and they have some annoying design quirks -- for instance, the main chopping blade links with not just the drive but also the lid, with a small metal pivot that can get painfully hot in use, and it remains attached to the lid when removed, so making adjustments or reopening the bowl in the middle of a chopping project can be really annoying. On the plus side, the food-processor bowl has better sealing around the driveshaft in the middle than Cuisinart or similar designs, making it easier to load to its full capacity with liquids and watery veggies. The small size of the bowl can be annoying in use, though; I found I needed to pre-chop onions and hard vegetables into fairly small chunks, or else they often ended up getting stuck between the driveshaft and the bowl walls. Vibration is also a major problem in chopping use; I had to hold the Kenwood down sometimes to prevent it tipping over.
The blender seems good enough for basic use, but again, no one would mistake it for a heavy-duty unit. It gives off a faint electric burning smell in use, but works nicely enough for an occasional smoothie.
Overall, depending on its selling price, this is a nice enough budget unit, but no one would mistake it for a Cuisinart-level appliance for serious cooks. For occasional light use, though, it's good enough to get you started.