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Food Processors & Accessories - The food processor ahead of its time with the ease of adjusting slicing thickness on the base exterior, without removing the bowl or changing the blade. Adjust to 1 to 6 levels of thickness with the easy-access lever control for the slicing blade. This KitchenAid food processor speeds food prep with the convenience of 2 work bowls, 13-cup and 4-cup, to perform multiple prep tasks. Five attachments and specially-engineered speeds of low, high and pulse create a cutting and kneading system with unprecedented precision. This advanced food processor produces exact results, processing small to large quantities. Low speed quickly penetrates thick-skinned produce, leaving delicate interiors perfectly intact for restaurant-style presentation. High speed slices and shreds, saving hours of manual prep time. With the pulse function, this food processor makes it easy to control texture of puree, sauce, salsa or salad dressing and create the ideal consistency.The Ultra Wide Mouth Feed Tube on the 1 - Specifications Models: KFP1333CU (contour silver), KFP1333WH (white), KFP133OB (onyx black), KPF1333ER (empire red) 9 1/2W (11 1/4 w/handle) x 10 1/2D x 16 1/2H (w/lid) Weight: 11-lb., 10-oz. 32L Cord Made in China Care and Use Removable parts are dishwasher safe
Food Processor Type: Food Processor
Product Title: KitchenAid 13-cup Food Processor, KFP1333 - Silver
Power Score: 1.0 | 1 Review
Coffee Maker Cups: 13-cup
food size: small
Product Reviews (1)
Strengths: Large bowl size, plenty of power
Weakness: Poor design (compared to earlier models). NO attachments available.
I purchased this just before the holidays to replace an older Kitchenaid food processor. When I got it home, I tried to purchase an egg whip attachment and a julienne blade. They were both shown on their website. However, I found that these attachments were not available. That left me without them for my big holiday meal preparations. That was at the beginning of November, 2011. It is now January...
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I purchased this just before the holidays to replace an older Kitchenaid food processor. When I got it home, I tried to purchase an egg whip attachment and a julienne blade. They were both shown on their website. However, I found that these attachments were not available. That left me without them for my big holiday meal preparations. That was at the beginning of November, 2011. It is now January 3, 2012 and (you guessed it) they STILL are not available!!The inner bowl has a lip around it and the cover does not seal against it. When attempting to chop herbs, nuts. or vegetables. there is a build-up of partially chopped debris that collects on this lip. This was not the way the older model was designed as it had no problems with the lid sealing against it.Finally, the lid has too much of a gap between the lid and slicing blades causing large chunks to not get processed. They have to be removed from the bowl and chopped or sliced by hand. This food processor is a TOTAL disappointment and, in my opinion, NOT worth the money!!
By PhantasticOne - Jan 3, 2012