KitchenAid KFPM770 Food Processor, Brushed Nickel
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- 700-watt food processor with 12-cup capacity and 3 polycarbonate work bowls
- Ultra-wide mouth feed tube; 3 precision stainless-steel discs; storage case
- Durable sealed housing creates sound barrier for quiet operation
- Control pad and base wipe clean easily; dishwasher-safe bowls, blades, and discs
- Measures 21-1/2 by 17-1/2 by 10-2/5 inches; 1-year warranty
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KitchenAid Model KFPM770 Food Processor packs 700 watts of power on a gleaming brushed nickel finish. This food processor has an ultra wide mouth feed tube, three bowls, and all the tools for your creative cooking. Combine all this with KitchenAid's hassle-free replacement warranty, and you will have everything you need for shredding, slicing, dicing and mincing.
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I've had the chance to work with the KitchenAid KFPM770BN and can absolutely say that I am impressed. The machine oozes quality. It's solid (read: somewhat heavy), verry quiet when operating, very easy for me to clean and a delight. It is attractive enough that it sits out on the counter - ready for use. Many attachments come with this machine so hold off buying any extras until you have a chance to see what's in the box.
One minor proviso, which you will see in other reviews, is that this machine is not ideal if you make bulk amounts of soup-like dishes (eg soup, wet salsa, thin batters, etc.). There is no problem if you're dealing with a quart or less - more than a quart, though, and leaking may occur through the central opening of the bowl. If soupy preparations in the food processor are what float your boat, take a look at the Cuisinart - it's a competitive machine which may better meet your needs.
Easy to clean, easy to use, plenty of power, verry quiet, full assortment of accessories included overcome the minor proviso for me (as I don't prepare more than a quart of anything liquid in the food processor.) This machine has been well-engineered and should last a long time.
Given the proviso, you won't go wrong choosing this machine.
Two things I noticed that people had complained about:
1. Getting plastic shards in food - this happens ONLY when the bowl gets too full. [I know from experience :-)]. While it is apparently a design flaw, you can avoid it by emptying the bowl before it gets full.
2. Food getting caught inside. There are several bowls in this food processor. I couldn't get the next-to-largest out of the main bowl - I tried all kinds of things to remove it, but no luck - and didn't want to break it... Food particles _did_ get between the two bowls. I was able to wash them out, but what a waste of water. Last night, as I was emptying some veggies out of it, the next-to-largest bowl fell out. I'm not putting it back in!
And a tip! Do read the directions before using this if you're a Cuisinart user - on the Kitchenaid, you _must_ remove the top before removing the bowl from the base.
But, it also works very well. I did not buy these just to look good. I wanted good quality, long-lasting items and this appears to be it. I love using the food processor. It makes the work a bit easier and the wide-mouth gives you plenty of choices. The capacity is amazing at 12-cups and the washable parts easily fit in the dishwasher. It is sturdy (slightly heavy) and does everything I ask. They should list the attachments in the features as I bought a separate juicer attachment, which did not fit, and I found a similiar attachment in the box. So, don't but any attachments until you have seen what you get.
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