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Old 05-29-2011, 03:46 AM
 
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Cuisinart BFP-603 Blender and Food Processor, SmartPower Deluxe

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Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

There are many blenders/food processors on the market today, many of them, really good appliances. My pick of the day is the Cuisinart BFP-603 Blender and Food Processor, SmartPower Deluxe. Here's what you need to know about this appliance: It has a 3-cup food processor attachment with feed tube and pusher, slicer/shredder disk and stainless steel chopper blade.

Featuring high, low, pulse and ice crush controls. Sleek 4-speed electronic touchpad controls with blue indicators: high, low, pulse and ice crush controls; 48-oz. thermal shock-resistant borosilicate glass blender jar. High-performance 600-watt motor, die-cast metal housing with stainless steel collar. Patented ultra-sharp stainless steel blade. Standby mode; automatic 2-minute auto-stop feature. Limited 3-year warranty. Priced $149.99.

This Cuisinart is fairly priced. Stores sell cheaper blenders and food processors. Never buy a cheap blender. Like many cheap blenders, they don't last very long. Cheap models have limited blending/mixing capabilities. The key point about this product is that it processes foods and blends them. 2-in-1's are always the better of a single product. In addition to making things like smoothies, one can mince, chop, slice, and shred.

Cuisinarts are known to be used by home owners, chefs, and young ones alike.
Cuisinarts are safe to handle. (Keep in mind you can get cut, if you are careless with the blade system). One thing I like about these appliances is they are a breeze to clean. For best results, have the Cuisinart soaked in warm water for about 15 minutes. Take all parts apart, clean them individually with a sponge, not with a Brillo or anything like that.

Remember warranties are a prime piece of paper to have. You may have one that overheats, have it checked out, or give it a rest, they are pretty fun to use.

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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