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KitchenAid Pro Line® Food Processor, 16 cup

This all-in-one commercial-grade food processor is like having your own private sous chef. This kitchen workhorse turns out a precise, consistent brunoise dice in seconds and also shreds, purees, mixes, slices and kneads. Featuring a heavy-duty 650-watt motor that powers through even the most difficult tasks and an array of cutting blades and disks, this versatile machine is a welcome addition to any kitchen.

  • Manufacturer: KitchenAid
  • Model: Black: KFP1642OB; Red: KFP1642CA; Silver: KFP1642SR; White: KFP1642FP
  • Includes: Food processor, interchangeable 16-, 10-, and 4-cup caps, BPA-free plastic work bowls with measurement markings, storage case and cleaning tools
  • Material: Aluminum, stainless steel, BPA-free plastic
  • Care: Wipe base with damp cloth and dry completely. Do not immerse or allow cord to come into contact with liquids. Components are dishwasher safe, but do not use high-heat settings
  • Use: Built to US electrical standards. Intended for use in the US and Canada
  • Dimensions: 12" x 9¾" x 18"
  • Weight: 28 lb., 8 oz.
  • Watts: 650 W
  • Made in China
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Love all the bowls
Right now your asking yourself if a food processor could really be worth this price. Honestly, I'm still trying to figure out the answer. I do have to say I love everything it does. The first time I used it I had some trouble getting all the pieces to click into place. But after a couple of uses, everything works like magic. I attribute that to it being well made with tight seals. Dicer has lots of parts, and cleaning is a bit of a chore, but if I'm making salsa for a crowd this feature pays for itself in seconds.
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September 28, 2014
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