KitchenAid KFP750PK 700-Watt 12-Cup Food Processor, Cook for the Cure Komen Foundation Pink

August 12, 2013 - Comment

KitchenAid 12-cup food processor. An unsurpassed 700-watt food processor perfect for cooks of any experience level. The spacious 12-cup work bowl and 4-cup mini bowl provide more than enough room for your cooking needs. Includes a mini blade to make a mini-chopper, and a tall feed tube with dual food pusher, making it easy to

KitchenAid 12-cup food processor. An unsurpassed 700-watt food processor perfect for cooks of any experience level. The spacious 12-cup work bowl and 4-cup mini bowl provide more than enough room for your cooking needs. Includes a mini blade to make a mini-chopper, and a tall feed tube with dual food pusher, making it easy to put foods of all sizes in the processor. Base wipes clean easily; dishwasher-safe bowls, blades, and discs. A 25.00 donation will be made to the Susan G. Komen foundation with each komen pink 12-cup food processor sold. Features KitchenAid’s one year hassle free warranty.

Product Features

  • Measures 16-1/8 by 8-1/4 by 10-1/2-inch; 1-year replacement warranty
  • 700-Watt food processor with 12-cup work bowl and multipurpose stainless-steel blade set
  • Durable sealed housing creates sound barrier for quiet operation; pulse control
  • Dual feed tubes; 4-cup mini bowl with blade; assortment of accessories with storage case included
  • Base wipes clean easily; dishwasher-safe bowls, blades, and discs

Comments

D. Wolf "wolfd" says:

Works very well After years of not having a food processor, finally broke down and bought this one. I’d made do with a stand mixer, blender, mortar and pestle, and knives. Not sure why I waited so long to buy one, but am very glad I did.The 750 works as advertised. It has a powerful motor, the various cutting blades perform well.The reasons for giving the product 4 stars instead of 5 are:1. The lid does not seal very tightly so when processing liquids, there’s a fair amount of leakage.2. The mini-bowl is very handy and handles small amounts better than if they were put in the larger bowl; but, there is frequently some leakage into the main bowl.These are minor issues and shouldn’t discourage anyone from buying this machine. However, the new 760 model seems to have many more features for just a little bit more money. Before buying the 750, you should check to see if the 760 better meets what you need.

Renee Gleason says:

Wonderful machine A more accurate rating for this food processor, in my opinion, would be 4 and a half stars. It is truly a great machine. Sadly, this is my third food processor in 4 years, as I had two horrible experiences with other brands, before I finally bit the bullet and spent the cash on this one. I wish I had done that in the first place! I have used this processor for several applications and so far I am VERY pleased. It shreds cheese like a pro, chops veggies with ease, pulverizes nuts, is adept at making batters and doughs etc. It is a very powerful machine and can handle just about any task you throw at it. The smaller mixing bowl and blade attachment is very handy, too, and a welcome addition for those smaller jobs. Nobody likes having to wash a big bulky bowl for a little task like chopping a couple tablespoons of parsley. And I love the accessories case it comes with! Everything is neatly stored in one (somewhat) compact case for easy retrieval. The only downfalls to this machine (and…

FMG says:

Great product with serious liquid limitations which make it a 4 cup food processor. This is a wondeerful food processor with a powerful and quiet motor. There is one odd feature that is not very clearly mentioned about the amount of limited liquid this unit can handle and should be well understood before one buys this device. First you will not be able to put much more than 2 inches of fluid, 4 cups(32 ounces)due to the short center shaft which is only 2 inches that holds the blade in the main cavity. This is a design limitation that could have been overcome with simple mechanical engineering by using the full height of the cavity which is 5 inches. Instead of using a longer center shaft designed to slide the small work bowl on,the Kitchenaid engineers used a short 2 inch shaft. This in turn severly limits the height of fluid in the main mixing cavity to 2 inches(4 cups), because fluid leaks out of the main cavity over the short 2 inch center shaft that holds the processor blade. Unfortunately, this essentially makes the 12 cup a 4 cup food processor for items with…

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