It works and chops nicely. My trouble is the design of the lid
Daniel Reich II, Amazon
24 September 2015
Summary: It works and chops nicely. My trouble is the design of the lid. Food remnants appear to get cause between the lid and the buttons. If I look at the lid from the underside there are particles behind the near the button section, and the lid doesn't come apart to clean in there.
Apprehensive after reading some of these reviews but bought it anyway
7 September 2015
Summary: I find some of these reviews baffling. It's entirely possible some people got defective products, but to say it's impossible to remove the bowl from the base because there is no handle or because their hands are too small to fit around it?
Summary: This is a replacement for the same KitchenAid which I purchased several years ago which no longer chopped. The 3.5 cup size is perfect for most of my needs. I like that it has two options, grinding and chopping. It would be nice if there was an additional blade for grating but I can live without it.
Summary: It's a cheap, small food processor. But this one is really something. I received it today, used it to make my daughter's apple sauce, and am returning it tomorrow. in so many ways, I have never used a more oddly made food processor.
Summary: Its a mini food processor, not a full blown one, so you cant expect too much from it. it will not slice and dice, nor will it function like some sort of electric mandolin. it has a decently powerful motor, plenty of power to do whats necessary.
Summary: The design on this looks great. But when you're using it and trying to open it, especially when wet or greasy (making salad dressing) it's extremely difficult to remove the bowl from the base. I purchased this because an older model I had was so great. But it had a handle.