KitchenAid KFP0711CU 7 Cup Food Processor, Contour Silver
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- High, Low & Pulse speed options allow you to precisely and properly handle soft or hard ingredients with the touch of a button.
- The 2-in-1 Feed Tube lets you use either the large or narrower opening during continuous slicing or shredding, depending on the size of the ingredients
- The UltraTight Seal Features a specially designed locking system with leak-resistant ring that allows you to fill the work bowl to capacity with ingredients without worrying about making a mess
- Model KFP0711 includes 7-Cup Work Bowl, internal adjustable slicing disc, reversible shredding disc and multipurpose blade.
- 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty. Base Material:Plastic
This product is available as Certified Refurbished.
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KitchenAid 7-Cup Food Processor
The KitchenAid 7-Cup Food Processor is powerful and durable. This model has a 7-cup work bowl with 2-in-1 Feed Tube and pusher for continuous processing.
High, Low & Pulse
High, Low & Pulse speed options allow you to precisely and properly handle soft or hard ingredients with the touch of a button.
2-in-1 Feed Tube
The 2-in-1 Feed Tube lets you use either the large or narrower opening during continuous slicing or shredding, depending on the size of the ingredients. Food pushers help you guide ingredients into the discs.
The UltraTight Seal Features a specially designed locking system with leak-resistant ring that allows you to fill the work bowl to capacity with ingredients without worrying about making a mess.
1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty
|7-Cup Food Processor||7-Cup Food Processor with Mini Bowl and Blade||7-Cup Food Processor with Exact Slice System|
|External Slicing Adjustment Lever||-||-||✓|
|Ultra Tight Seal||✓||-||✓|
|Feed Tube||2-in-1 Feed Tube||Full-Size Feed Tube||2-in-1 Feed Tube|
|High, Low & Pulse Settings||✓||-||✓|
|Mini Bowl & Mini Blade||-||✓||✓|
|Base Material||Polycarbonate Plastic||Polycarbonate Plastic||Polycarbonate Plastic|
|Stainless Steel Multipurpose Blade||✓||✓||✓|
|Warranty||1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty||1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty||1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty|
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|Color||Contour Silver||Silver||Black||Black and Silver||Contour Silver||Empire Red|
|Item Dimensions||10 x 10 x 15 in||9.58 x 7.6 x 15.19 in||7.84 x 9.72 x 15.12 in||8.43 x 10.25 x 15.47 in||7 x 5.6 x 8.7 in||15 x 10.6 x 10.4 in|
|Item Weight||7 lbs||6 lbs||7 lbs||6.2 lbs||2.7 lbs||8.1 lbs|
|Material Type||Plastic||Plastic||, ,||Plastic||Plastic||Polycarbonate|
|Size||7-Cup||8 Cup||10 Cup||10 Cup||One Size||7-Cup|
The KitchenAid 7-Cup Food Processor is powerful and durable. This model has a 7-cup work bowl with 2-in-1 Feed Tube and pusher for continuous processing. The 7-cup capacity is ideal for many home cooking needs, allowing you to chop, mix, slice and shred with ease, offering multiple tools in one appliance.
Additional troubleshooting information/questions:
If your Food Processor should malfunction or fail to operate, check the following:
Food Processor doesn’t run:
Make sure that the bowl and lid are properly aligned and locked in place. (See Use and Care Guide pages 9-12 for assembly instructions.)
Press only one button at a time. The Food Processor will not operate if more than one button is pressed at the
Is the Food Processor plugged in?
Is the fuse in the circuit to the Food Processor in working order? If you have a circuit breaker box, be sure
the circuit is closed.
Unplug the Food Processor, then plug it back into the outlet.
If the Food Processor is not at room temperature, wait until it reaches room temperature and retry.
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The KitchenAide processor is well built and nicely designed. The slicing blade dials to create the thickness of the cut... how cool is that? And, there are two shredding sizes - perfect! If you want to emulsify something (mayo) by adding a liquid slowly, there is a convenient tiny hole in the bottom of the 'food pusher'. The stainless blade quality and heft is second to none. If you own a KitchenAide stand mixer, you know what I'm talking about - it's the gold standard for consumer mixers. This processor is built just as well.
The panel buttons (off/low/high/pulse) are flush with the unit so there is no place for food or junk to get stuck - it's an easy wipe to clean thoroughly.
You will NOT be dissappointed in this unit. Please totally disregard the negative reviews unless you cannot screw a cover on a jar.
The 7 cup size is perfect for a family of four. Get the 9 or 13 if you do alot of processing or canning.
Oh, the 7 and 9 cup units (bases/motor) are identical except for the bowl size. Both bowls fit interchangeably so just order the bigger bowl/blades and you'll have one processor that can handle smaller and larger jobs.
First the good: the plastic in the work bowl is heavy-duty and does not cloud over from washing it in a dishwasher. This is a major difference between this model and all other processors I have owned. They all clouded over after one or two washings. Also, the slicing disk has 6 different thicknesses that you can easily dial to choose one. I can make coleslaw with just the right shreds on thickness "2," for example, which was something I could never do properly with the Cuisinart machine. The shreds were too small and mushy. There are also two choices on the shredding disk, which you can get by simply turning it upside down or not. I love that. The design with 2 holes in the disks is also amazing: you can pick it up easily without trying to slip your fingers between the disk and the bowl in order to get it out. The difficulty of attaching the top is not a problem, once one gets used to it. You just need to remember the steps. Both the bottom and the top snap into place. Every machine has its quirks in this regard, so one just needs to learn how each one works.
Now the bad: The push-button system at the front is difficult to manage when you want short bursts and are trying to cut or chop in a particular way. You need to press the "low" or "high," and then press "off" to stop the machine. ("Pulse" does go off when you release the pressure.) Cuisinart machines are much easier to regulate, since they go off immediately when you let up the button. Pulsing in short increments is also much easier with Cuisinart. The pressure required to start the button on this machine is significant. Maybe that's a safety feature, but I find it too stiff and hard to start.
All in all, I am very happy with this Kitchen Aid processor. The feed tube is large, and the work bowl is a good size for 2--4 servings. It doesn't leak either--at least it hasn't yet--which is a difference from other processors I have owned. I gave it 4 stars, because the buttons are too hard to press, in my opinion, which makes the chopping and shredding time hard to regulate, but otherwise it's a fine machine, and I recommend it highly.
It just doesn't work.
Learned my lesson on this one. I'm about to go to Walmart and buy a $10.00 food processor.