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Robot Coupe R2N Continuous Feed Combination Food Processor with 3 Quart Bowl - 120V
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- Direct drive motor, fan-cooled
- 3 Qt. gray ABS plastic bowl and see-thru lid
- Standard package includes two slicing disks (2mm and 4mm)
- Easily removable attachments for easy cleaning
- Unit base uses minimal counter space
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Top customer reviews
the one to purchase. I bought it to replace a 30 year old
Robot Coupe. They are built to last. Don't waste your money on the
cheaper brands. In the long run you will come put ahead with this
food processor. The only suggestion I have is that a large container for the grated cheese
should be included with the purchase.
Downsides: This comes with 3 blades (scimitar, medium-width slicer, and medium-width grater). All the other blades (different widths of julienne, slicer, and grater) will cost you about $80 apiece. Also, I found the top of the workbowl was super-snug and was hard to twist into place. I used a little food-grade silicon grease and that seemed to help. I did find, when I ordered a clear plastic workbowl to replace the opaque original, that the lid went on with no problem, so the original bowl may have been defective. The parts will go through a commercial dishwasher (which doesn't have a drying cycle and completes wash and dry cycle in about 90 seconds), but you really don't want them going through a home dishwasher, unless you pull them out before the drying cycle starts. Otherwaise, the plastic may warp (and yes, that happened to me). This is also going to suck up more counter space than a more modest home food processor. The base is 7" by 11" and stands 17" high with the work bowl mounted. Its heavy enough that you're not going to want to keep picking it up and moving it to a different counter. An it doesn't easily fit on most kitchen shelves. Also, if you use a round mixing bowl to catch the shredded/sliced/julienned vegetables, some of them completely miss the bowl and end up on the counter or floor. I've discovered I have to use a square, 12-qt. plastic storage container (available from restaurant supply stores for about $20). It slides neatly under the outfeed chute and catches all the output.