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7.7 out of 10

Hamilton Beach Chef Prep

With its powerful 500-watt motor, this full-size 10-cup food pro Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Hamilton Beach Chef Prep

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Overall 8

Four Stars

thomas meyers, Amazon
1 week ago
Overall 10

The Old Lady

Joan, Amazon
18 May 2014
  • Summary: I don't know why it took me all these years to buy a food processor. It's made my work so much easier. And truth be known I love to cook. Being two dietary restrictions means cooking almost everything from scratch. Its a good size for any thing I cook big batches or small. I was a little scared of buying an appliance on line but then I thought this is with Amazon its safe. I use my food processor almost everyday.
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Overall 10

ChefPrep 70670 Food Processor

Barbara Barber, Amazon
22 April 2014
  • Summary: I bought this processor for a Christmas gift. My young friend loves it. She has no problem operating it and she 17. I would recommend this machine.
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Overall 6

A Plastic Washer Breaks

Daniel, Amazon
13 April 2014
  • Summary: Do not count on the motor power. A plastic washer holds a screw to the spinning mechanism in the container, which gradually wears off until it breaks free from the plastic-it should be metal instead. Otherwise, it works for shredding (potatoes just fine) and even kneading small amounts of bread dough. I use it for virtually all my cooking (I make everything on the weekends and freeze it) and have done so for four months.
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Overall 10


Kris Saprano "Kris", Amazon
27 March 2014
  • Summary: Works well for what I bought it for. I use it for shredding veggies mainly and sometimes for pureeing. It's been great!
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Overall 2

Oh my gosh!

Settie, Amazon
19 February 2014
  • Summary: I have used this food processor only a handful of times and it's pretty junky, but it was cheap so I understood. UNTIL TODAY when I was shredding cheese and the plastic piece that holds the blade in place apparently broke off causing the blade to tilt and shred the plastic lid. Luckily, noticed the chips and shards missing from the inside of the lid before I fed the cheese to my kids! Ugh, I am so furious right now.
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Overall 10

A great design !

Mark L. Silver "ms", Amazon
30 January 2014
  • Summary: Let's face it ... most food processors, regardless of the manufacturer, have the same basic design and are a pain to use. Hard to open and hard to close, and impossible to pour without getting liquid all over the counter and a blade jabbing your hand. Obviously following the 'designed by engineers and used by cooks' rule of kitchen appliance design. Well ... this one is very different.
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Overall 6

Easy to assemble, but weak!

They call me Mr. Nello, Meijer
29 January 2014
  • Excerpt: I mostly use my food processor to grate cheese. The motor on this processor can do it, but not without dragging a bit. My old food processor never slowed down doing a job, but it was heavy. Good design, but not enough "horses.
  • Pros: Dishwasher Safe, Easy To Use, Light weight
  • Cons: Motor Needs More Power
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Overall 10

A big kitchen helper in a small package

weggbw, epinions.com
19 January 2014
  • Summary: A decent, inexpensive food processor for light duty use
  • Pros: Large 10 cup capacity; 2 speeds w/pulse; suction cup feet; powerful motor
  • Cons: Limited to 1 minute of continuous operation; rotary dial instead of buttons; loud
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Overall 10

This thing has more power then my car!!!

1bootini, Ebay
8 January 2014
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