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Hamilton Beach 70670 Chef Prep 525-Watt Food Processor, Black

November 15, 2015 - Comment

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Full size 10-cup Food processor – for large batch processing Has 525 watts of power with 2 speeds plus pulse speed option for maximum versatility- 4 functions- slcing- shredding, crinkle cutting, & fine shredding f rom 2 reversible discs . Has large stainless steel chopping blade & oversized feed chute. Dishwasher safe

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Full size 10-cup Food processor – for large batch processing Has 525 watts of power with 2 speeds plus pulse speed option for maximum versatility- 4 functions- slcing- shredding, crinkle cutting, & fine shredding f rom 2 reversible discs . Has large stainless steel chopping blade & oversized feed chute. Dishwasher safe bowl & blades .Internal cord storage

Product Features

  • Full-size 10-cup food processor with powerful 525-watt motor
  • 2 reversible slicing/shredding discs; stainless-steel chopping blade
  • 2 speed options plus pulse for precision results; oversized feed chute
  • Dishwasher-safe bowl, lid, blades, and discs; internal cord storage
  • Measures approximately 10 by 9 by 16 inches; 1-year warranty

Comments

Richard Hall says:

great value, great capacity, for light duty though This processor wins hands-down in its price range. Plenty of power, and the work bowl is designed to contain more liquid than most. 

F. Perkins says:

A workhorse…. I bought this food processor last Fall to process fruit for jam making. I pick my fruit in the summer, and freeze it to make jam in the Fall to take advantage of the cooler weather. Jam making can be a hot job, especially in Texas! In previous years, I chopped my fruits by hand, but this year, my husband and I went overboard and picked pounds and pounds of strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and peaches. Then a friend gave me figs! There was no way I wanted to process all of that by hand,…

Karen McAuley says:

Better than I expected I bought the Hamilton Beach Chef Prep when Cuisinart shipped me the wrong size replacement work bowl twice! Enough, I said. When I saw the Hamilton Beach in person I thought it was flimsy and cheap (about 1/4 the price of a Cuisinart, so why not?) The work bowl is light and made of a cloudy plastic, not the tough Lexan of more expensive machines. But experience has proved the Hamilton Beach an excellent small appliance and a good value. It is well designed: lock and unlock images make it…

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