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BLACK & DECKER 8-Cup Food Processor, Perfect for Making Healthy Foods
- Stainless Steel Chopping Blade, Slicer, Shredder
- 8-Cup Processor Bowl – Allows Plenty of room to work with
- Food Chute with Pusher – Helps guide food towards the slicing/shredding disk while the processor is going, for consistent results
- Dishwasher-Safe Removable Parts
- Safety Interlocking System – Blades operate only when the lid is securely attached to the bowl
BLACK+DECKER FP1600B 8-Cup Food Processor, Black
Driven by 450-watt power, the BLACK+DECKER 8-Cup Food Processor is great for chopping, dicing, mincing, slicing, and more! The 8-cup work bowl accommodates large quantities of whatever delicious dish you create, and all removable parts are dishwasher-safe, making cleanup fast and easy.
BLACK+DECKER 8-Cup Food Processor
11.26 x 7.8 x 15.67 in
Reviews ( 9 )
9 Reviews For This Product
Melissa Murphy –
Exactly what I was looking for! This is the perfect size and has done the job for making humus, lara bars, and chopping, perfectly!
Sabrina Says Yes! –
A kitchen necessity in my opinion! I love making cauliflower rice with this and it’s compact which is great for my tiny bit of counter space. Super versatile and useful to have for anyone who enjoys cooking regularly at home. Product Approved! 🙂
Patricia Watson –
I love love LOVE it. It is a tad loud but for the price , I will get over it! Black and decker makes great products that last for ever so I know I’m in good hands. I still have the Black and decker iron that my uncle gave me when I went to college 16 years ago sooo
Gerald Garner –
I have had a Cuisinart 11-cup processor for over 20 years. It’s a great workhorse and does the job, but it is so heavy to move around, it is difficult to clean, and it moves around on my granite countertop. I was looking for a processor that was bigger than the small 2-cup processor I use for smaller jobs but sometimes if I had one just a bit larger, it would be great. When I saw this 8-cup for such a great price, I thought I’d give it a try. I was stunned by how powerful it was and the suction cups on the bottom of the processor keep it from dancing on the countertop. It cleans up like a charm and I love it.
Anita B. –
Great processor. Bought this to replace the one I had earlier because the bowl broke. It was cheaper to buy a brand new one than to replace the bowl.This is a powerful food processor and it gets the work done. I love that I’m able to also use it as a grater, spiraler, and chopper. The only thing is that it is a little bit confusing when putting it together, but once you figure it out everything works really well
Lisa Hammond –
I love B&D products ! My kitchen is full of them. I had a different model of their food processors but it finally died after years of use. I certainly got my moneys worth from it ! They save so much time & effort of not having to chop & shred by hand ! Love them ! I recently bought another brand from somewhere else & when I received it there were 2 lge cracks on the bottom of the part that catches the food. Needless to say I returned it & went back to B&D. I don’t think you’ll regret the purchase ! Very time &effort saving in the kitchen !
Nicole Kelly –
This is my second Black and Decker food processor. I loved this model so much that I bought the same one. I actually kept the old base (motor part) because it still works. I bought the new one because the plastic part of the blade/chopper cracked at the base and the clear plastic container that holds your food cracked. I have had it for more than five years, so I think that I got my money’s worth out of it’s use. I used it quite a bit, too. The product is easy to use and easy to clean. You just have to be a bit careful when you handle the shaving/shredding tool. The shaver is sharp.
Sharri Randall –
My secret to staying fit. We are a Paleo household so before we found this we were hand mashing our plantains and cauli mash and now it takes me literally 30-45 seconds to power on and off and have an instant puree. Saves me the 20 minute labor intensive-mashing process that’s for sure. We don’t have kids yet but when we do atleast I’m confident that I can DIY baby food. This is better quality then some that are more expensive so don’t do what I did on first use and walk away while letting it run, I left the power on for two min and over puréed my food figuring the blade wasn’t too sharp I was wrong. I still can’t believe the price it’s such a steal for such quality.
Albert Stanton –
This bad boy is a monster. For such a cheap price, he is able to handle all my roughhousing, tearing apart ice, frozen fruit, even dry ice and liquid nitrogen for my ridiculous ice cream experiments. I even like freezing smoothies in the bowl blade-in, and then blending that. It handles all normal processor functions well too, it’s quite strong and quickly chops and can make sauces. Only complaints are it can be loud and too liquidy things can cause splashing through the lid (though food processors aren’t meant for liquidy things anyways). The bowl is strong but not empty, I’ve cracked one dropping it on cement before. But duct tape took care of that for a year. Now I have a new one, and it’s chugging dry ice like a champ. Also it’s like impossible to hurt yourself with this, so many safety locks makes it an ideal first processor