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KitchenAid KFP1333CU 13-Cup Food Processor, Contour Silver


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Contour Silver
  • Adjustable slicing disc
  • The industry's largest Ultra Wide Mouth(TM) feed tube accommodates tomatoes, potatoes and cucumbers with minimal sectioning
  • Slice, Shred, Knead, Chop, Purée
  • 3 Power Settings: Low, High, Pulse
  • Includes 13-cup (3.1 L) work bowl, 4-cup (0.9 L) mini bowl and lid, dough blade, storage case and quick-start guide
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Product Details

Color Name: Contour Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 45.2 x 26.5 x 54.6 cm ; 6 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 13 Kg
  • Item model number: KFP1333CU
  • ASIN: B005MMNBO8
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 25 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,399 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Color Name: Contour Silver

Amazon.ca Product Description

KitchenAid 13-cup food processor, featuring the first-ever externally adjustable slicing lever in a countertop food processor. Easily adjust from thick to thin slicing. Optimized speeds help process soft to hard foods. The 3-in-1 Ultra Wide Mouth™ feed tube accommodates a variety of sizes of food.

From the Manufacturer

KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
3 power settings and externally controlled slice thickness--simply slide the lever to the desired setting. view larger

KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
3 nested pushers--small, medium, and large.
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KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
4-cup mini bowl--the perfect size for smaller jobs. view larger

KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
Mini blade designed for the 4-cup mini bowl.
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KitchenAid KFP1333 13-Cup Food Processor

Whether entertaining friends on a Friday night or preparing family dinners during the week, KitchenAid's large-capacity 13-cup food processor turns time-consuming chopping, slicing, and dicing into an effortless, enjoyable, and efficient endeavor.

3 Power Settings: Low, High, Pulse

Three speeds give precise slicing and accuracy for soft and hard foods. Choose low speed for foods like tomatoes, mushrooms, or bananas. High speed works best for foods like potatoes and carrots or when shredding cheese.

KitchenAid ExactSlice System

Equipped with innovative KitchenAid ExactSlice technology, an externally adjustable slicing system, the food processor allows for precise slicing and accuracy for all kinds of food--hard or soft, large or small. And it does it all using less energy than the previous model.

The slicing disc is adjustable from approximately 1/16 inch (1 mm) to 1/4 inch (6 mm) for slicing most foods. With the slicing disc installed, simply slide the slicing-thickness control to the desired setting (from thin to thick)--no need to remove the cover or even turn off the food processor.

Ultra-Wide-Mouth Feed Tube

One of the industry's largest, the three-in-one feed tube accommodates large items--like tomatoes, cucumbers, and potatoes--with a minimum of sectioning or slicing required.

3-Piece Food Pusher

Three pushers come nested inside of each other. Remove the medium pusher from the large pusher to reveal a medium-size feed tube for continuous processing.

For continuous processing of smaller items (like herbs, nuts, single carrots, and celery), remove the narrow pusher and use the narrow feed tube.

A small hole in the bottom of the narrow pusher makes it easy to drizzle oil into ingredients--just fill with the desired amount of oil or other liquid ingredient.

Heavy-Duty Base

The food processor's heavy, slip-resistant base helps provide improved stability and reduced vibration during tough food-processing jobs.

Accessories

4-cup (945 ml) Mini-Bowl and Mini-Blade: Mini-bowl and stainless-steel mini-blade are perfect for small chopping and mixing jobs.

13-Cup (3.0 L) Work Bowl: The durable, large work bowl provides capacity for large jobs.

Dual Shredding Disc: Dual shredding disc allows coarse or finely shredded cheese or vegetables.

Stainless-Steel Multi-purpose Blade: Versatile blade chops, minces, blends, mixes, and emulsifies in a matter of seconds.

Dough Blade: The dough blade is specially designed for mixing and kneading yeast dough.

Chef's Accessory Case: Stylish and durable case organizes and protects blades, discs, and accessories.

Spatula/Cleaning Tool: Special shape facilitates food removal from bowls, discs, and blades.

What's in the Box

Food processor, 13-cup work bowl, slicing disc, dual shredding disc, multi-purpose blade, dough blade, 4-cup mini bowl and blade, 3 food pushers, storage case, quick-start guide

KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
Slicing disc with adjustable thickness settings. view larger
KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
Storage case keeps the accessories organized. view larger
KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
Stainless-steel multi-purpose blade offers exceptional versatility.
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KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor
Dough blade for mixing and kneading yeast dough. view larger

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By trio on Jan. 17 2012
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I was expecting much better from Kitchen Aid. Poorly designed 3 pc feed tube is difficult to operate smoothly. Open areas between cover and blades allows large quantities of food to jam up and never get processed. Motor bogged down when making bread crumbs out of a 3 day old loaf. Huge base takes up a large area of the counter and the unit won't fit under the upper cabinets with the lid on. I would send it back but we dropped the 3 pc feeder and it cracked and broke a few pieces off. I would give it 0 stars but the system won't take anything less than 1 star.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By js on Feb. 11 2012
Color Name: Contour Silver
My son bought me this food processor in the fall of 2011. I have been using this processor almost everyday for making salads, stir fry, soups, etc. My son loves Asian radish that is thinly julienned (like the way sushi restaurants rest sashimi on a bed of thinly julienned radish). I used a Japanese Mandolin for this job, but no longer. There is a lever at the front that I can use to adjust the size of vegetable slices and juliennes. It works really well. I use this adjustable lever all the time - don't need to remove and replace discs to get different sized vegetables. The lid and work bowl, when closed, is well sealed. I don't have any leaking issues. Flour was a problem with my old food processor. My old Oster food processor would leak flour all over the outside of bowl and kitchen counter. I no longer have this problem. The controls on the base are a good size. I never press the wrong button and it is easy to press. The processor is light enough for me to carry from kitchen shelf to counter. The large work bowl opening to feed vegetable into processor is wide enough to put food in without a lot of cutting beforehand, and the small opening is a good size for smaller items. It is powerful enough for all my tasks. It is easy to clean and comes with a case full of accessories. I like it when manufacturers put accessories in a container so I don't lose parts. The work bowl is BPA free. I've been switching to glass storage containers since 2010. I have been getting rid of my old Rubbermaid plastic food containers, so it is nice knowing the plastic work bowl is BPA free. Overall, I enjoy using the Kitchenaid Food Processor as it saves my hands from slicing and cutting a lot of vegetables. Btw, I save any leftover chunks of vegetables that doesn't get sliced in the processor.Read more ›
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By G.Mart on Dec 21 2011
Color Name: Contour Silver
The multi-purpose blade broke the first time I used the food processor (blending dried dates). The product was immediately replaced without any hassle. After only a month using the appliance, the multi-purpose blade has again failed (this time blending nuts). The mini-blade with mini-bowl addition has never been a problem, however I didn't buy this food processor for only half its capability. The primary blade is awfully weak; and for a higher-end Kitchenaid food processor to fail twice within a month is simply unacceptable. I cannot recommend this food processor.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Buffy W on June 20 2012
Color Name: Contour Silver
We purchased this processor with high expectations. We originally had an old Braun, which I was happy with but couldn't get replacement parts for. We then purchased a Kitchenaid processor, but the center of the bowl was very low so it limited the amount of liquid that could be put in. We really liked our other Kitchenaid so we were excited to get the new Exact-a-slice.
The first thing I wanted to try was pie dough, since I was making a cherry pie. I wanted to use the pulse option but having the soft-start motor, it just didn't give me the control I wanted. I would push the pulse and it would take about 5-10 seconds before the motor would engage. That is not what I was expecting. Then I decided that I would just use the on button and turn it off after a few seconds. There was very little power when just turning it on, very unexpected, espcially being Kitchenaid's newest and greatest machine. Well the blade disengaged from the shaft (you have to push it down and it snaps in). I didn't notice it right away but noticed that it just wasn't mixing the ingredients together. I took the lid off and tried to take the blade out. The blade was somehow fused to the shaft and wouldn't disengage. I had to yank the bowl off to be able to get the blade to release. The shaft was actually rounded off and the plastic from the shaft was stuck inside the blade where it attaches to the shaft.
To say the least I was very disappointed. I have been using food processors for about 20 years and haven't been really disappointed until now. I can't recommend this processor, poor quality, poor power output.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Chris TOP 1000 REVIEWER on April 10 2013
Color Name: White
We own several other Kitchenaid small appliances and this food processor doesn't live up the quality we associate with the brand.

Other reviews have covered some of the issues such as the "soft start" that defeats the purpose of the pulse button and a tendency for the whole machine to jump around, causing the bowl to unlock itself.

I could probably overlook the above problems except for one critical flaw: the spindle attached to the motor is PLASTIC and of a design that tends to wear and melt. Other brands may use plastic for their spindles but they're more positively "keyed" so that they don't slip. This Kitchenaid isn't that intelligently designed.

Much like the lack of positive locking of the bowl, the spindle doesn't positively lock to the cutting heads, despite following the instructions to push it down until it clicks. After a few weeks of very light use, the motor won't turn the spindle without grinding it out after which it won't turn at all.

The nesting bowl is a pain to install; there's no clear indication of what direction is "correct" so you just end up rotating it by trial and error until it fits.

The bowl does NOT positively lock into place, even when it's supposedly locked into place. A bit of vibration will jar it loose.

This food processor is an awful design that caused us much frustration and wasted time. Fortunately, we've been able to return it to the store for a full refund. Save yourself the trouble and DON'T BUY THIS MODEL.

Cuisinart makes an excellent model in the same price range, the FP-14DCC 14-cup Elite model. Buy that one, not this Kitchenaid.
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