KitchenAid KFP715OB 7-Cup Food Processor, Onyx Black
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- 7-cup work bowl
- Stainless steel multipurpose blade
- Full-size feed tube and pusher
- Locking lid & Pulse control
- Reversible 2mm slicing/4mm shredding disc
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Color Name: Onyx Black
Amazon.ca Product Description
Featuring a 7-cup work bowl, this food processor packs big power into a compact size. Making it perfect for tackling everyday mixing, shredding and chopping tasks.
From the Manufacturer
KitchenAid KFP715 7-Cup Food Processor
Whether entertaining friends on a Friday night or preparing family dinners during the week, KitchenAid's 7-cup food processor turns time-consuming chopping, slicing, and dicing into an effortless, enjoyable, and efficient endeavor.
7-Cup (1.7 L) Work Bowl
The included work bowl features durable polycarbonate construction and a roomy 7-cup interior--ample space for most food-preparation tasks.
Work Bowl Cover with Feed Tube
The food processor's feed tube accommodates long food items with a minimum of sectioning. Unlike extra-wide feed tubes, there is no pusher interlock system, so the entire length of the tube can be filled with food.
The included food pusher moves food through the feed tube smoothly and effortlessly.
Reversible Slicing/Shredding Disc
The food processor provides a reversible (2 mm) slicing and (4 mm) shredding disc, which features a precision slicing blade on one side and, when turned over, can produce uniform shreds of most firm fruits, vegetables, and cheese.
The included disc stem fits over the power shaft on the base of the unit and into the bottom of the reversible slicing/shredding disc.
Stainless-Steel Multipurpose Blade
The food processor's stainless-steel multipurpose blade blends, chops, mixes, minces, and emulsifies foods quickly and easily.
The base of the unit features Off, On, and Pulse buttons along with the power shaft, which rotates the blades and discs.
Clean Touch Control Pad
The food processor's Clean Touch control pad features a seamless design with no cracks or crevices to trap food, so it wipes clean easily.
A spatula/cleaning tool comes included, featuring a special shape that facilitates food removal from bowls, discs, and blades.
What's in the Box
Food processor, 7-cup work bowl with lid, reversible slicing/shredding disc, stainless-steel blade, food pusher, disc stem, spatula
- 7-cup capacity
- Polycarbonate work bowl and lid
- Feed tube with food pusher
- Reversible slicing/shredding disc
- Multi-purpose stainless-steel blade
- Push-button controls: On, Off, Pulse
- Clean Touch control pad
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Top Customer Reviews
The KitchenAid replacement is remarkable in it's simplicity, and very solid and strong. I am delighted with the purchase, and sense that I have found another 30-year companion . . . will probably outlast me!
Previously I have owned high quality large Kitchenaid appliances. Perhaps this was before everything went to being made in China.
My new Kitchenaid fridge has bottom of the line style drawers of cheap plastic and nothing but the most basic track. Nothing to stop the drawers from falling right out. (we bought quickly because our old fridge went on us suddenly and we did not notice this change in quality until it was delivered)
I had purchased a Kitchenaid hand blender and the plastic connections broke within 2 uses. This was replaced under warranty but now the replacement has broken as well- past the 90 days.
I had purchased a 7 cup mixer as shown on amazon.ca and the handle(all plastic) must push past a bump in the bowl attachment procedure. Plastic clips in the handle have broken and the processor is no longer functional. Cheap Cheap Cheap. The replacement bowl costs only 15 dollars less than I paid for the entire unit!!
It cannot be stressed enough that as a consumer I am very careful with my belongings which consequently last a LONG time. I still have a blender from the late 60s and a mixer from the 80s.
Kitchenaid is now a junk manufacturer.
I expected better from Kitchen Aid.
When I am making soup, or other recipe with liquid, I always respect the limit for liquid yet there is always some leakage at the connection of lid and bowl.
Also - having only one disk and one blade is much less than the competitor provided in my Cuisinart blender that I was replacing.
I bought my Kitchen Aid Food Processor KFP715WH-7-Cup only a year ago and the motor broke down. There were fumes and a smell of burned plastic.
I did not put in there anything I would not have put in my osterizer, which is probably 20 years old and still works perfectly well. I bought this one for the convenient shape, size and easiness in dismantling and cleaning.
What bothers me the most is that this extremely heavy and chunky piece of useless material is going to go into a landfill somewhere.
Any tips on warranty or repair would be greatly appreciated. I hate throwing things out and buy things for the long term. Shall I forget buying from KitchenAid?
Signed a concerned consumer
Most recent customer reviews
Cheap quality-if you are going buy this, buy it from a store that you can return it when it fails.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
BASIC IS BEST!!! Bought this after having the absolutely horribly disappointing 13 cup exact slice model. Basic and simple is best!!!Published 9 days ago by mommyj
I'm rating it on price point alone. Although, iIt was a GREAT price, it is a Christmas present so I cannot say if it is as good as advertised.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Please note I did not buy this from Amazon but feel compelled to write a review here. I purchased this from another store and have not been happy with the container lid. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Collette Funnell
Does the job well but after one year handle broke which I believe is a poor design. To buy a replacement bowl was going to cost more than the whole unit.Published 13 months ago by Rick Harrison