KitchenAid KFP750PK 700-Watt 12-Cup Food Processor, Cook for the Cure Komen Foundation Pink
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- Measures 16-1/8 by 8-1/4 by 10-1/2-inch; 1-year replacement warranty
- 700-Watt food processor with 12-cup work bowl and multipurpose stainless-steel blade set
- Durable sealed housing creates sound barrier for quiet operation; pulse control
- Dual feed tubes; 4-cup mini bowl with blade; assortment of accessories with storage case included
- Base wipes clean easily; dishwasher-safe bowls, blades, and discs
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|Color||Komen Pink||Black||Black||Black and Silver|
|Dimensions||15 inches x 11 inches x 8 inches||9.3 inches x 16.6 inches x 12.6 inches||10.13 inches x 14 inches x 10.13 inches||14.63 inches x 9.63 inches x 10.18 inches|
|Item Weight||22 pounds||Information not provided||5 pounds||6.2 pounds|
|Size||12 Cup||14-Cup||13.6" H x 9.6" W x 10.2" D||15.47" H x 10.25" W x 8.43" D|
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Top Customer Reviews
The 750 works as advertised. It has a powerful motor, the various cutting blades perform well.
The reasons for giving the product 4 stars instead of 5 are:
1. The lid does not seal very tightly so when processing liquids, there's a fair amount of leakage.
2. The mini-bowl is very handy and handles small amounts better than if they were put in the larger bowl; but, there is frequently some leakage into the main bowl.
These are minor issues and shouldn't discourage anyone from buying this machine. However, the new 760 model seems to have many more features for just a little bit more money. Before buying the 750, you should check to see if the 760 better meets what you need.
1)It's gigantic size. This may be a non-issue for some people, but I have an older kitchen with lower cabinets. The machine is way too tall to fit under my cabinets. And even if it could fit, it's sheer bulk would probably prevent me from keeping it on the counter because it takes up very valuable counter space, another thing at a premium in my smaller, older kitchen. I am therefore forced to store mine in a cabinet, which takes away some of its convenience. Having to lug it out is not always a welcome chore.
2)As far as performance, my only complaint so far is that there is a significant delay when you stop the machine and when the actual blade stops rotating.Read more ›
Hopefully, Kitchenaid will redesign the main cavity with a taller center shaft and eliminate this serious liquid limitation.
Starting at the top, the lid is made from a thick, clear plastic and has a generously-sized feed tube. It fits on the bowl very well and locks into place securely. However, I have noticed while processing, the occasional liquid sometimes leaks out from the seam, but I have found this to be true of most any food processor if you put in too much liquid (solution... just don't processes as much liquid items at once, and if you must, switch to a blender). When locking the lid, you must place the lid with the tab to the left of the handle and spin it to the right. This took me some time to get used to, for I kept thinking I could spin the lid on from either direction. Not a deal breaker, I just had to get used to that, and in fact, I think it promotes a stronger final product. The same is true for locking down the bowl.
The food pusher separates into 2 pieces. There is a red plastic insert that twists off and comes out of the larger, clear plastic food pusher. Removing this red insert creates a smaller feed tube in the larger pusher which is handy for feeding smaller (thinner) items such as carrots or the like when you want greater control of how the food hits the slicing blade. On the other side of the large, clear plastic food pusher is a measuring cup offering measurement scales in ml (up to 100), oz (up to 4), pts (up to .2), and cups (up to 1/2).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
it's heavy but I just put one of those semi-rigid plastic placemats underneath and it slides real easy on tile/granite surfaces - slide er out n slide er in ! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thomas R. Tigue
broke after 2 yrs. just stopped working. I rarely used it. So must not be made well.Published 2 months ago by michael leggerie
Purchased this about 7 years ago to replace a beloved Cuisinart that died after many, many years. Never liked the Kitchenaid. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Purple Dot
I bought this in the chrome finish in 2010, and have used it exactly five times. It's a beautiful machine, powerful and quiet. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JBR
works great it is a kitchen Aid we also have the heavy duty mixer made by Kitchen Aid and BOTH work at restuarnt grade I have worked in restaurnats for many years and they are... Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. Beaulieu
Works great, quiet as far as a food processor goes. Lots of power. I have used this for a few years now. One bad thing, is the plastic bowl has cracked around the handle. Read morePublished 6 months ago by JD419
Works great for me for all uses. The two sized infeed tube gives much better control especially when using the slicing blades. Does a great job of processing and making dough. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Bob P
5 Star rating for this KitchenAid Food Processor. It does everything it is intended to do very well. Assembly and cleanup is super easy. Makes cooking so much easier. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jersla
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