Summary: I've had it 3 weeks. I had difficulty from the beginning with having it stay on, and struggling to put the big pusher in far enough for it to turn on to begin with. Tonight, the 4th time I've used it, the blade got stuck while chopping some stew meat...in 1 inch cubes. Before I could turn it off, it had stripped out the center post and the center of the S blade. A LOT of money down the drain for something that is completely useless.
Summary: love it love it The best processor I have ever had, including other KitchenAid processors. Use it two or three times a week and does exactly what I want. Changing the depth of the blade is fantastic. Easy to clean.
Summary: I debated about buying a food processor for quite some time. I wasn't sure how much I would actually use it and if it would be too much of a hassle to clean, etc. After searching and reading reviews and comparing food processors, I finally bought the KitchenAid 13-cup food processor. I couldn't be happier. I use it very often -- just made some hummus tonight. I make my own almond milk, coconut butter, and many other things.
Summary: I really like my processor. I don't LOVE it and that's why I'm only giving it 4 stars. No it won't be a verified Amazon purchase seeing as it bought it from another site, but I figured I would do a review anyway. First things first, this processor is HUGE and if anyone would look at the dimensions they would clearly see whether or not they have enough counter/cabinet space for this thing.
Wish I could afford to replace this horrible appliance.
26 March 2014
Summary: Ok, So I am a heavy duty user and was looking for something to replace my 25 year old no name food processor which had finally given up the ghost. I did not buy this from Amazon, but I wanted to share my experience with it here anyway. I have yet to find any pro's to this device. (edited: I found 2 pros. 1. I like the look of this appliance, and 2.
Summary: I had about 5-6 good years with my kitchen aid. The motor finally went out and I called the company about fixing it or replacing. They told me it would be about $60 plus shipping to fix it but I could replace it with an older model for $ 75. Of course, I took the new older model and threw away my old processor. They said it would take 6-8 weeks to arrive. It never came!
Summary: The first KFP133CUO I bought had a loose mechanism on the lid. When I hand washed it, water droplets got inside and I couldn't remove them. Kitchen Aid Customer service replaced the lid very quickly. The new lid came with a nice tight mechanism, but I found that after hand washing again, that water still gets inside the mechanism and I can't get to the water droplets to remove them; and they cannot evaporate. This to me is not a good thing to have happen.
IF YOU ENJOY UNECESSARY CLEAN UP...This is the food processor for you
16 January 2014
Summary: Seriously? A food processor is supposed to make life in the kitchen easier and simpler. Definitely not the case with this machine. Nothing but a huge pain in the butt, especially when it comes to clean up. In fairness, I have only used it twice, but that is enough for me to know I am not turning it on again. Firstly, the buttons are awkward and difficult to depress. Especially if you want to use the pulse feature. Secondly and this is the deal breaker..