Black & Decker 8 Cup Food Processor

June 27, 2013 - Comment

Life made simple—this food processor gives you the flexibility to slice, chop, shred, grate or puree as much or as little as you like and it does it in no time. With a fierce, 450-watt motor working under its sleek and sturdy exterior, it performs as great as it looks. Product Features Stainless steel slicing

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Life made simple—this food processor gives you the flexibility to slice, chop, shred, grate or puree as much or as little as you like and it does it in no time. With a fierce, 450-watt motor working under its sleek and sturdy exterior, it performs as great as it looks.

Product Features

  • Stainless steel slicing and shredding disc
  • Powerful 450-watt motor
  • Stainless steel chopping blade
  • Food Chute With Pusher
  • Safety interlock system

Comments

Julie "Julie" says:

works GREAT I’m stunned at all the complaints on this unit. I’ve had this for several years, purchased on the recommedation of a friend. I use it to slice potatoes for scalloped potatoes all the time and it works like a dream. During canning season it runs non stop. I use it to slice mountains of onions, tomatoes, peppers, herbs, and cucumbers. I use it to slice celery and to grate carrots. I use the spout to slice tomatoes before cooking down by setting the unit on an upside down dutch oven and fill a 4 gallon stock pot with tomatoes right from the chute. And I have had no problems with the chute leaking or mis-directing food. I can’t imagine spending more for a food processor, when this one works as well as it does. I use it so often I have it sitting out on the counter all the time. It is a little noisey, but for as well as it works, and as inexpensive as it is, I’d say its worth dealing with a little more noise.

Jtwecky says:

Years of use and going strong I have had my f.p. for 5-6 years now, and not a bit of trouble. At first the chute would plug, but then I removed the two screws and plastic piece and left out and it has worked flawlessy. It goes through about 500 lbs of cabbage a year for sauerkraut plus does all of our tomatoes and peppers for salsa, plus 75 lbs of tomatoes for Italian Spahgetti each year. Clean up is easy, everything goes into dishwasher and as far as the main unit goes, we do all of canning process outdoors so I usually use garden hose and spray the unit off outdoors and have had no problems.I have used other family members’ fp and found that I can cut and shred vegetables twice, if not three times faster then theirs with the continues chute, no stopping and removing lid, then blade, then adapter, dump out product and then reinstall everything, with this place a bowl under chute and keep feeding in the food and good to go for hours.

Sarah M. Stone "S Stone" says:

Great price – Great processor! I was looking this up to reccomend it to a friend and saw all these terrible reviews…. I’m not sure why! I’ve had this food processor for years and I love it. It’s smaller than many of its more expensive counterparts, and certainly cheaper. I use it almost daily. It slices and shreds all my veggies/slaws, and the chopping blade makes wonderful hummus, sauces, salsas, etc. And, it’s easy to clean.I will keep buying this f.p. as long as they keep making it.A quick note – I accidentally put the bowl piece in my dishwasher on the high heat setting (a no-no!) and melted it. The company was great about sending me a replacement – it was cheap ($9, I think?) and sent quickly (whew! don’t think I could go very long without it!).

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