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Waring Commercial WFP14S Batch Bowl Food Processor with LiquiLock Seal System, 3-1/2-Quart
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- 3-1/2-Quart unbreakable clear-view batch bowl food processor with LiquiLock seal system
- High-performance 1-horsepower motor
- Slice, shred, grate, chop, purée, whip and more, over 20 processing applications included
- Extra-large feed chute/funnel and food pusher
- Features 120-VAC, 60-hertz, 6-amps power; UL, ETL sanitation
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|Color||Clear||Black||Clear||Stainless Steel||Clear||Candy Apple Red|
|Item Dimensions||10.12 x 11.5 x 16 in||12.6 x 16.6 x 9.3 in||10.12 x 11.5 x 16 in||8 x 10.25 x 17.75 in||14.5 x 10.38 x 14.5 in||9.45 x 15.35 x 18.11 in|
|Item Weight||17 lbs||18 lbs||17.84 lbs||26 lbs||15.52 lbs||28.66 lbs|
|Material Type||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Rubber|
This large 3-1/2-quart unbreakable clear-view batch bowl with LiquiLock seal system. Comes with high-performance 3/4-horsepower motor. Slice, shred, grate, chop, purée, whip and more, over 20 processing applications included. Extra-large feed tube reduces prep time. Features 120-VAC, 60-hertz, 6-amps power, UL, ETL sanitation. Best warranty in the industry, limited 5 year motor, 2 year parts and labor warranty. Includes 1 each sealed S blade, 1 each adjustable slicing disc, 1 each sealed whipping disc, 1 each reversible shredding disc, 1 each 5/64-inch grating disc. Measures 16-inch height by 10-1/8-inch width by 11-1/2-inch depth.
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I received the food processor on February 25th, a little over month ago. This unit was to replace my 9 cup Cuisinart, which I had had for over 3 years, and the bowl never cracked. In fact, the unit still works and has found a new home with my sister, but I digress.
I am out of the 30 return window, so I cannot exchange the unit. I still love the unit and the performance is stellar. I just don't understand why there's a crack in the bowl. I'm guessing this is a fluke, as I haven't read any other reviewers having the same issue.
If a crack hadn't developed, I would've gave this unit 5 stars. It is a workhorse and has handled everything I've put it in without so much as a whimper. It actually can finely chop veggies without turning them into mush. I much prefer "paddle" controls vs "button" controls. There is much more control when you're using the pulse function.
I love to cook and make the majority of our food from scratch (we're vegans that eat eggs occasionally from my sister's hens, which makes us not vegan, but I don't know what the term for that is). On Sundays I will make one recipe after another and freeze them for the coming week. My food processor gets a workout weekly. For me a good food processor is a necessity. And this one really has so much power that it makes every task so easy. Things that used to make my Cuisinart choke, the Waring breezes through as though it's cutting butter.
So other than my issue with the cracked work bowl, I have no complaints about this machine. I will update the review if the company responds to my request for a bowl replacement.
UPDATE: Received my new work bowl last week. Am more than pleased with the pleasant interaction I had on the phone with Waring and their prompt response in sending a replacement work bowl. I have been putting the machine through it paces again and have not had any issues. Am lovin' this food processor again! And due to the great response I received from Waring's Customer Service Department, I have changed the rating from from 4 stars to 5 stars.
I'm going back to Kitchenaid. They're much less expensive, plus I have had the same processor for five years and it's still going strong.
I would never recommend this product.
On the whole I am happy. I love the selection of blades that come with it. I am hoping it lasts as long as my cuisinart which is boarder ing on 25 years. It still runs but the bowl is cracked. I was worried the cuisinart wouldn't make it through the preserving season so I did my homework and bought the waring commercial. The preserving season hasn't come yet..it's just May.. I am hoping it meets my expectations.