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The KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor features the first-ever externally adjustable slicing lever in a countertop food processor -- easily adjust from thick to thin slicing, on the fly! ; The industry's largest Ultra Wide Mouth feed tube accommodates large sized ingredients with minimal prep work required. Optimized speeds help process soft to hard foods; when a light touch is needed, use the pulse control for precision results. The KitchenAid ExactSlice System uses the included Adjustable Slicing Disc for precise, controllable slicing. High-performance motor in a space-saving compact base with rubber feet for stability. CleanTouch seamless control pad easily wipes clean. Model number: KFP1333 ; 60 Hz, 120 volts. Imported. Includes: • BPA-free work bowl -- (13 Cup / 3.1 L) • Mini bowl and lid with ultra tight seal -- (4 Cup / 0.9 L) • Dough blade -- thoroughly mix yeast based dough for reliable results. • Stainless steel multipurpose blade • Stainless steel slicing disk • Stainless steel shredding disk • Chef's accessory case • Quick Start Guide ; Removable parts are dishwasher safe. KitchenAid offers a one-year manufacturer's warranty on kitchen electrics. Additional warranty information in product packaging. Dimensions: 16.5 high x 9 wide x 10 deep. Weight: 25 lbs.
Food Processor Type: Food Processor
Product Title: KitchenAid KFP1333CU 13-cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System - White - KFP1333WH KITC004
Power Score: 5 | 2 Reviews
Coffee Maker Cups: 13-cup
food size: small
Product Reviews (2)
Works great the externally adjusted blades are great
By Banshee404 on Home Depot - Aug 28, 2012
This food processor does all it says it will and more. Being able to slice different thicknesses and having the opening big enough for all sizes of veggies or fruit has allowed me to make better meals, snacks, appetizers, etc much more efficiently and..its fun!!! I highly recommend this processor and I have tried many!
By MommaPinStLouis on Home Depot - Dec 21, 2011