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Old 06-07-2011, 02:34 PM
 
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The Hamilton Beach 6-cup food processor offers amazing chopping and shredding for under $30. Why would anyone want to go out and pay hundreds of dollars for a fancy, expensive food processor when this one does everything that the pricey food processors do? The food processor lasts a long time. If problems occur within a few years, this food processor pays for itself. Users will not have to worry about any problems with the processor.

This food processor is an amazing space saver. It weighs only 6.8 pounds and measures 8.6 x 10.6 x 13.2 inches. It is compact enough to fit in just about any cabinet. It can also sit in a corner of the countertop easily and takes up only a few inches. The blade of this food processor is sturdy stainless steel. The blade stays attached to the base of the processor. It is still easy to use and clean. The food processor also has a few detachable blades to fit various chopping and mixing needs. The food processor is amazing and offers great quality.

The Hamilton food processor has 300 watts of motor power. This is significantly less that of others in the same class, but again, the blender is still powerful and precise. The processor works by turning an easy to use dial. The user chooses between on, off, and pulse for user. The food processor also has a safety chute to prevent messes. Another safety feather is that the food processor does not work unless the snapping safety lock is in place. Many other machines work whether or not the lid is snapped lock or not, but many users are left with messy cleanup jobs as well. The machine is extremely lightweight, but it would be nice if the handle were enclosed by a nonslip surface. This just makes it easier for users to prevent messy cleanups.

One issue that the manufacturers can improve on is the position of the food chute. The chute sometimes locks right next to the on/off switch. It is easy to turn touch the dial and make the blender turn off or pulse when the user does not want it to do so.

The unit is dishwasher safe except for the base. The unit wipes clean and stores easily. It offers amazing reliability and durability. The item is well worth the price and lasts a long time. This is a great purchase for anyone looking for a blender that can handle heavy traffic on a daily basis.
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