The KitchenAid 700 Watt 12 Cup Food Processor features a very powerful motor to chop, dice, slice, mix and purée quickly and easily. Despite its powerful motor this food processor also operates fairly quietly thanks to its durable, sealed housing. This food processor also features an ultra wide mouth feed tube so you can prepare large items like cucumbers, potatoes, and tomatoes with minimal sectioning or slicing.
The KitchenAid 700 Watt Food Processor comes with three polycarbonate bowls. There is a 12 cup capacity workbowl, a 10 cup chef’s bowl, and a 4 cup mini bowl. This food processor also includes a multipurpose stainless steel blade, a dough blade, a citrus press, and an egg whip.
Product Features and Specifications
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 16 inches ; 28 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 28 pounds
- The industry’s largest Ultra Wide Mouth™ Feed Tube
- Dual food pushers accommodate your ingredients.
- Powerful induction motor produces consistent results
- 1-year warranty
When researching the KitchenAid 700 Watt 12 Cup Food Processor we found close to 250 reviews online. Most of the reviews came from Amazon.com where this product received a 4.0 star user rating. There were a few other sites however like ABT.com and pricegrabber.com that gave this model 4.8 and 5.0 star ratings respectively. With the much smaller number of reviews on other sites however the overall average user rating is still around 4.1 stars.
A lot of people are really pleased with the KitchenAid 700 Watt 12 Cup Food Processor because of its powerful motor, its large capacity, and the fact that it comes with just about every attachment you could hope for. One review came from a customer that has had this particular model for over a year. They are on a raw food diet so they use their food processor at least once or twice per day and they are very happy with their purchase.
There were some negative reviews that pointed out that the KitchenAid 12 Cup Food Processor leaks. One person said that when they put dry ingredients in, like graham crackers for a piecrust, crumbs fly out of the sides and get all over the countertop and the floor. They said that with liquids the unit leaks from the center, where the blades go.
Although there were some reviews that complained of leaking, the vast majority of reviews were very positive. Most customers are very happy with their purchase and KitchenAid does offer a one-year warranty that will allow you to receive a new unit for free if it should fail for any reason. Because of the strong warranty and the fact that the majority of reviews are positive we would give the KitchenAid 12 Cup Food Processor our recommendation.
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