This food processor from Kitchenaid comes in 'Empire red' with a large 3.1 litre main bowl capacity and an exclusive 3 in 1 ultra wide mouth tube so you can process food horizontally and vertically. It has two speeds with an additional pulse setting and includes a stainless steel multipurpose blade and mini blade as well as a dough blade, egg whip, slicing and shredding attachments.
2 speeds and pulse
Capacity: 3.1 L main bowl, 0.950 L mini bowl
Optimized cutting speeds : Speed 1 for soft, delicate foods; Speed 2 for hard, dense foods; Pulse for process intervals
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Gori KitchenAid, good as always
Got this to replace earlier model and while features are way better, the locking system especially, they have gone from the Metallic feel on the base to plastic, which really is a shame, drags the quality look of the processor way down and simply looks plastically! Features wise, though, way better, it is Kitchenaid so well worth it.
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