- 5KFP0933AER (Empire Red)
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Not Easy to Clean and Other Issues
The Kitchen Aid is a sturdy machine that runs quietly and processes the food adequately. It looks great on the bench. I admit that the discounted offer at the retail store was the impetus for me to buy it, based on my perceived quality of Kitchen Aid products.
1. There needs to be a large enough quantity of food in the bowl for it to be effective, otherwise the food just runs around beneath the bottom blade without being processed.
2. The blade does not seem to seat correctly and moves upwards during use. There is no contact point ...
Love it so far!
I have had this now for a couple of weeks. Love it but was initially a little wary when I first started it up - it did feel a little flimsy after the big heavy Breville that it replaced. I love having the option of the two bowls and having the two different speeds as well as the pulse.
My dream processor finally!
Have been wishing for a Kitchenaid Food Processor forever! Finally bought one last week and now don't know how i lived without it. Works like a dream. Being able to use two different sized bowls is so time saving and makes this machine highly functional, as does the variable chopping blade. Well done Kitchenaid. Another beautiful and amazing product.
Not as good as the stand mixer.
Don't get me wrong I'm keeping mine and I love it, I got it for a great price so for what it cost I am happy with what I have and cannot fault the quality of the chopping & shredding; that said however, here are some details I found about the product.
The stand mixer is so strong and this food processor is not, a metal base would have been preferable as this one isn't as stable as it could be.
The parts click together nicely.
The three food chutes are very handy.
The first thing I did was make bread crumbs and the crumbs scratched the in...
Questions & Answers
Hello, when I compare the power of this unit with others at a similar price, they seem to have much more powerful motors. Is it "underpowered"?
I was at a Harvey Norman store today however the Sales Assistant was not able to provide any insight.
Thanks for any help
As it's my first full sized food processor, I honestly cannot say.
Most of the critic reviews point to the cuisinart as the best food processor:
The 5KFP0933A is engineered so that it only draws the power it needs to perform. Our machines are tested under ingredient load rather than block tests like other brands use which gives a falsely inflated result. Essentially the machine optimal engineering for a lower power usage and quieter performance.
Kind Regards, The KitchenAid Team
where you can go for the lower power wattage if the machine is designed for lower power. Less electricity usage in this day and age is important. I've discovered I can use my kitchen aid stick mixer which is 800 watts in my RV with a 1000 watt inverter, something I can't do with the cheap 1800 watt cheap Kmart stick mixer which I bought for the RV... Now I'm conscious of all my electricity usage I've noticed better quality products lower wattage.
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