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1. Hamilton Beach 70595 Big Mouth
$59.99 list($89.99)
2. Hamilton Beach 70591 Big Mouth
$17.99 list($29.99)
3. Hamilton Beach 72610 Fresh Chop
$39.88 list($69.99)
4. Hamilton Beach 52254 12-Speed
$34.99 list($49.99)
5. Hamilton Beach 70550RL PrepStar
$19.99
6. Hamilton Beach 72600 Fresh Chop
$24.99 $19.37 list($29.99)
7. Hamilton Beach ShortCut Micro
$44.95 list($29.99)
8. HAMILTON BEACH 68120 Ice Cream
$19.99
9. Hamilton Beach ShortCut Micro
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10. Hamilton Beach 52204 Blender/Food
list($69.99)
11. Hamilton Beach 70650 FreshPro
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12. Hamilton Beach 70660 FreshPro
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13. Hamilton Beach 70700 ChefPrep
$24.99 list($34.99)
14. Hamilton Beach 70900 BlenderChef

1. Hamilton Beach 70595 Big Mouth 14-Cup Food Processor with Bonus Blade
list price: $99.99
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B0006FIZW4
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 114
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Features

  • Measures approximately 14 by 10 by 18 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 14-cup food processor with 450-watt motor reduces prep time in the kitchen
  • Extra-large adjustable feed chute; 4 speeds plus pulse control; 4-position locking bowl
  • Stainless-steel mixing/chopping blade, reversible slicer/shredder, bonus slicing disc, and spatula included
  • In-bowl blade storage; dishwasher-safe bowl, lid, and blades for quick cleanup

2. Hamilton Beach 70591 Big Mouth 14-Cup Food Processor
list price: $89.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00065L68Y
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 1768
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Features

  • Measures approximately 14 by 10 by 18 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • 14-cup food processor with 450-watt motor reduces prep time in the kitchen
  • Extra-large adjustable feed chute; 4 speeds plus pulse control; 4-position locking bowl
  • Stainless-steel mixing/chopping blade and reversible slicer/shredder disc
  • In-bowl blade storage; dishwasher-safe bowl, lid, and blades for quick cleanup

3. Hamilton Beach 72610 Fresh Chop 3-Cup Food Chopper
list price: $29.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00004X131
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 6844
Average Customer Review: 3.12 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Here's an electric appliance that provides a food processor's principal function--chopping and mincing--at a bargain price. Add compactness and ease of use to the price, and the sum is a handy, inexpensive tool for one- and two-person households, where efficiency is more important than large-scale, elaborate food preparation. At 135 watts, the motor is powerful enough to chop or mince vegetables, fruits, herbs, cheese, nuts, chocolate, cooked meats, and bread. The tough plastic bowl holds 3 cups and is calibrated in cups, ounces, liters, and milliliters, and the bowl, lid, and stainless-steel blade are dishwasher-safe. This lightweight chopper is only 6-3/4 by 5 by 7 inches and has a hideaway cord to reduce counter clutter. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Hide-away cord-wrap reduces counter clutter
  • Chops and minces vegetables, fruits, herbs, cheese, nuts
  • Two pulse speeds provide precise control
  • 3-cup bowl calibrated in cups, ounces, liters, and milliliters
  • Bowl, lid, and stainless-steel blade are dishwasher-safe

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars I returned the item- as soon as I tried it
I "tried" chopping slices (small ones) of green peppers and was disappointed as the chopper wasn't powerful enough to do that simple job. <br /> Looks nnice but....

3-0 out of 5 stars Just OK
For the price it works fairly well. Don't fill past the 1/2 full level or take a very long time on high to get the food smooth. If you don't want the food smooth, only chunky/chopped, then this is a good product for that.

3-0 out of 5 stars Is it worth the price?
Within three months of receiving this item (as a wedding present)
one of the hinges on the lid fell off. The unit still functions properly, but I would think twice before spending [the money].

3-0 out of 5 stars Great for small jobs only
This food processor is tiny and is great for chopping veggies and mincing garlic. The blades attachment, however, did cause a small leak when blending liquids. Also, you can't leave it running for more than a few seconds, because the motor starts to emit a burning sound.

Overall, good for quick kitchen jobs and it's a bargain...I mean, those manual Zyliss food choppers cost that much.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very disappointing
I was so excited at the prospect of having a 3-cup mini chopper. I thought it would be ideal for hummus, which I hate to scrape out of my blender. However, it was very disappointing. On either speed, it just seems to chop what is in the center, so the stuff on the inside stays on the inside and the outside stuff stays on the outside--unchopped. If I wanted to take the lid off every two seconds and move everything around, I'd use the blender, no? I nearly pureed some red pepper, trying to get it all chopped. I have a 2 cup mini chopper (Procter-Silex, I think) that is really much better at consistent chopping. I never had to take the top off of it. Unfortunately, the bowl got warped in the dishwasher (even though it claimed to be dishwasher safe) and the lid does not fit tightly now, making an occasional mess with liquids and crumbs. Still, even warped, I find myself using the old one instead of this new one--it is really that bad!! ... Read more


4. Hamilton Beach 52254 12-Speed Blender with Food Processor Attachment
list price: $69.99
our price: $39.88
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Asin: B00004YQU5
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 2623
Average Customer Review: 3.38 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This compact two-in-one BlenderChef may be a life-changing appliance, as both a blender and a food processor fit alternately onto the base of this powerful, 400-watt machine. The wide-mouth glass blender jar holds 40 ounces and comes with an excellent SureRest base that keeps it from tipping over on the countertop. The blender has 12 speeds (from "stir" at the low end all the way up to "liquefy"), including a great "icebreaker/pulse" button--stubborn ice cubes beware! (Check the enclosed booklet for tips on ice crushing, because even a champion blender requires some human assistance.) After you've whipped up a slushy drink or pur&eacute;ed carrot soup to a perfect smoothness, it's easy to switch over to the processor attachment (which snaps just as easily in place as the blender), feed a few vegetables through the chute, and have beautiful fixings for salad or stir-fry in minutes. The work bowl for the food processor has a 3-cup capacity with a special feed tube in the lid for adding oil or other liquids without muss or fuss. Included are an S-shaped blade for chopping and mixing and a reversible disc blade for either shredding or slicing. The base of the machine wipes down easily; though hand washing is recommended for the blades, the glass jar and plastic processor pieces are dishwasher-safe. --Erin Brown ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 8 by 6 by 14 inches
  • Powerful 400-watt motor with 12 speeds equals a high-level of blending control
  • 40-ounce glass blender jar; 3-cup plastic food processor work bowl
  • S-shaped blade for chopping and mixing; reversible disc blade for shredding or slicing
  • SureRest base for blender jar offers countertop stability

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars great value for the price
Although there are more powerful, larger capacity food processors and more expensive blenders, this appliance is a powerful little unit when properly used. And it takes up little space on the kitchen counter, making it convenient as well. I have another blender and a cuisanart, but hate dragging them out. I wouldn't ask this machine to do the same jobs, but I have now sliced carrots, shredded hard cheese, chopped cilantro and made dip in the food processor with excellent results. My son has used the blender for his protein and fruit drinks almost daily and is pleased with the crushed ice function. Directions say "use liquid" and the results are very good.

As for the food processor flying off, this only happened when I forgot to lock the unit into place...The unit does not replace a cuisanart, but does serve well as a everyday unit for smaller jobs. It makes an excellent first appliance when money and space are a premium!

2-0 out of 5 stars Use your money for two separate machines
This was a really bad purchase on my part... I thought I would be killing two birds with one stone, but the fact of the matter is, I only cripped one bird, while slightly injuring another...
The best thing about this blender/processor is how easy it is to clean the blender attachment and the thickness of the glass...
The worst thing? Where do I start? If you're looking for a machine that can crush ice, then pick something else. Whenever I tried to crush ice, the melting of the cubes in the blender causes any bits of ice that do get crushed to end up stuck to the sides of the blender, towards the bottom near the blades...
Also, this machine is obscenely loud, I never use it late at night in fear that neighbors will complain...
Hmm, what else? I consider the s-shaped blade for the food processor attachment to be a big embarrassment to the designers/engineers at Hamilton Beach... It is limited in its chopping ability but unlimited in its ability to push all the food you put in the bowl to the sides while chopping nothing... great work guys...
the disk is so so but I've worked with better. Seriously this blender/processor is definitely not worth purchasing. Save up a little extra cash and buy yourself a separate blender and food processor.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Great Space Saver!
This is great for anyone, because it works well, but I'll get to that in a minute.

This is the best value for anyone with a small apartment/condo without much kitchen space. The more appliances you have, the less space you have. This is the perfect solution. One blender base that can swap tops for a blender or a food processor.

The blender has a good, strong motor, and chops through about anything I've thrown at it, and the food processor seems to work great (though I don't use it too often.) It also has a little extra safety attched. There is a "safety button" under the lid that will not allow the processor to operate if the lid is not on tightly.

That said, I might use the food processor more often if it actually had multiple blade attachments. There is only one, so you can puree or make things like salsa or guacamole(my favorite) but you can't slice your apples or tomatoes, because there is no slicing attachment.

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Final thoughts:

This is a great buy for anyone looking for a blender AND a food processor, especially if you have a small kitchen. BUT if you need a robust food processor, buy a cheaper blender and get a separate food processor that has more attachments.

3-0 out of 5 stars Works well enough, but beware of plastic
I got this blender as a Bridal shower gift, and it was wonderful for a while. The blender itself works fine most of the time, but I did find that it made odd noises. After a while the plastic on the base cracked, just a bit, but then it cracked more and more to the point that there's only a tiny space now that isn't cracked. this creates quite a problem since it causes the entire blender to tip, meaning that the pieces that need to connect in order for the blade to turn cannot connect. Hence, I have a broken blender all because of cheap plastic. My advice is to spend a little more money and get something that isn't so cheaply made.

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!
I have had this blender/food processor for almost three years and have yet to be disappointed. It is a wonderful product, and their customer service is fantastic! Twice I have had problems, and twice they have replaced broken parts - even after nearly three years. I highly recommend both the product and the company. ... Read more


5. Hamilton Beach 70550RL PrepStar Food Processor with Bonus Chill Lid
list price: $49.99
our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00004X12X
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 2303
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With a 350-watt motor and a 7-cup bowl, this inexpensive tool puts a family-size food-processor's versatility and ease into a cook's hands at a bargain price. The processor's S-shaped stainless-steel blade kneads bread dough and chops and minces a variety of foods, from nuts to meat to cheese to vegetables and fruits. The reversible stainless-steel disc blade slices and shreds fruits and vegetables, and, with two speeds to choose from and a pulse control, the processor offers classic flexibility for fine work. Beginners will appreciate the control panel's chart, which lists the appropriate blades and speeds for specific tasks. The processor measures 12-1/2 by 8-1/4 by 7 inches and sits on rubber feet to prevent skidding. The bowl, cover, and blades are dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Includes bonus lid for bowl
  • 350 watts with 2 speeds
  • Continuous feed chute
  • In bowl blade storage
  • Extra large 8 cup bowl capacity

Reviews (16)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Product - For First Time Food Processor
This is my first food processor. I love it. I agree with the other reviews to the extent it only has 1 speed, but no parts of mine have broken and I put all parts (excluding the moter) in the dishwasher. I use it 1-2 times per week for shredding cheese, making hummus, black bean dip, guacamole, dicing tomatoes, kneading bread and pureeing soup. Perhaps since I never had a food processor before I do not miss having multiple speeds, but for my purposes I think it works great. Also if the persons in the other reviews would consider the price is extremely cheap for a food processing item, you can not expect it to be the best. I give it 4 stars. It does extactly what I bought it for.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful!
The product does the job. It can chop, mince, puree, you name it. I found it very useful and I am extremely happy with the purchase. The product is powerful 350W, has large capacity. The product can even ground meat. I no longer buy ground meat in a package off a shelf from grocery stores. You can control fat and lean. You can buy a block of cheese and use this product to shred them. Carrot cake? This is what you need. The best of all, you can save money that way even more with this product. Pulse action allows you to make pie dough as well. I can not stress enough how easy the clean up is. All you need to do is to quickly rinse them and place them in your dishwasher. Anything else, you simply wipe them off with a damp cloth.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Little Kitchen Helper
I found this little gem on a store shelf and was VERY happy with its' performence. No mess, easy use, easy clean. Can't beat that now, can you? Although single at the time, I liked to treat stay-over friends to good foods and do lots of experimenting on them. From the kitchen, of course. Most friends liked to be at my house for Sunday break-fast, lunches, and of course, dinner. They also liked to see what kind of new "gadget" I'vecome across. Most of these wanted one just like it, but could not find it anywhere. So, one day a REALLY good friend asked for mine! I gave it up thinking that I could do what others could not, I was WRONG !! I've bought many "wannabees". Always looking for my little helper. No luck! Today I was going through a file I keep of all the items I've purchased for my kitchen so I could return a bad buy, and there it was, my pamphlet from my H B Processor !! Being a well traveled construction worker, I never thought of using these computers. Well, now I'm not single, still work constuction, and I've even got a computer I'm still learning to use,[ boy does my finger hurt], and now I've found this little gem to put back in my house.Yes, I've got a large processor too, but this one is easier to use, even for large recipes. You should have one of these. Emerrill doesn't buy or wash the toys you see him use. Get one of these 70560 Prep Star Food Processors. you'll love it. This one here? Not on your life pal!! This one's MINE!! Go get your own!

3-0 out of 5 stars Should have listened....
I did quite a bit of research before I purchased this food processor. I even read all of the negative/mediocre reviews and decided to try it for myself anyway (hey it was only $25.) My original intent was to make Pesto (my garden is full of basil). For pesto this machine works fine except that the S-blade is difficult to clean. Somehow food works up into the inside of the blade. The second time I used this food processor the feed tube broke! I was doing parmesean cheese (per the instruction guide) and the bottom of the tube snapped off inside the food processor.
It did slice vegetables nicely and the pesto came out great...so I guess if you are going to use this processor for light work it is great but eventually I will move up to a nicer more durable model.

2-0 out of 5 stars Very low grade plastic cracked immediately
It's well worth spending 30% more to get a more robust machine with better parts and container. I knew better: small kitchen appliances should start at $60 at least if you want them to last more than 2 years. This one didn't last 2 weeks. My bad. This is a toy and not suited for repeated use over the years. The motor seems like it could power a house. Too bad it will see little use. ... Read more


6. Hamilton Beach 72600 Fresh Chop 3-Cup Food Chopper
list price: $19.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B0007KQZX4
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 12631
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Features

  • Measures 6-3/4 by 5 by 7 inches
  • 135-watt compact food chopper chops or minces vegetables, fruits, nuts, and more
  • 2 pulse speeds provide precise control; powerful stainless-steel blades
  • 3-cup transparent plastic bowl calibrated in cups, ounces, liters, and milliliters
  • Dishwasher-safe bowl, lid, and blades; safety lock; skid-resistant feet; cord storage

7. Hamilton Beach ShortCut Micro Food Processor
list price: $29.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00008IH9T
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 27556
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Perfect for prepping food for two-person meals, this mini food processor quickens the process. The processor has two speeds of operation plus a pulse button and a feeding tube that lets you drop ingredients into the processor’s bowl, which has a maximum capacity of 3 cups. However, the attached food chute keeps pumping food out of the bowl and into a separate container, saving you the time of having to empty the bowl to chop each new food and saving you the counter space necessary for a large-quantity food processor. The micro processor comes with a blade for chopping foods such as nuts, garlic, or bread crumbs. Other attachments include a dual shredding/slicing blade that shreds cheese or carrots and slices vegetables. The processor also includes a food gate that further controls the size of food particles to be either coarse or fine. The bowl, lid, and blades are all dishwasher-safe for easy cleanup and the blades all fit inside the bowl for easy storage. Hamilton Beach provides a 2-year limited warranty on this appliance. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

Features

  • In-bowl blade storage; 2-year warranty
  • Continuous chopping technology eliminates need to stop and empty bowl
  • Chops, shreds, and slices; food gate for controlling fineness of chopping
  • Large 3-cup bowl; two speeds and pulse
  • Dishwasher-safe bowl and blades

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Didn't last long...
Within the first week of purchasing, the cover for the food processor cracked across the top of the chute after very light use and handwashing.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not a bad little product.
When I got this as a gift I was a bit skeptical, but this little food processor does a good job for the price. It sliced and shredded carrots well. It did a good job with pizza cheese. The food shooter feature is great. I can put in carrots, slice them into a mixing bowl, then chop onions into the same bowl, then throw in some celery and position the shooter over a second mixing bowl. It had trouble chopping things to a uniform size when I put too much material in the bowl. I just have to remember it's only made for about 2 cups of material at a time and it does a fine job. Any more than 2 cups and it gets overwhelmed. If you're looking to make big meals, look at the larger capacity processors.

1-0 out of 5 stars May be the worst appliance I have ever bought
I purchased this product with the idea it would help me out at Thanksgiving from having to cut celery & onions for stuffing. It didn't. There's a chute where your food is suppose to feed through a grater & into a bowl. Doesn't work. It gets stuck in the grater. I had to continously clean out the "chute" to keep it going. I actually ended up chopping everything myself. Would not recommend. ... Read more


8. HAMILTON BEACH 68120 Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt Maker
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0001GYA3G
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 64001
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Recipes included
  • Makes ice cream, frozen yogurt, gelato, sorbet & more
  • Fully automatic, no stirring, ice or salt needed
  • Compact 1 1/2 quart freezer bowl
  • Locking transparent lid

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes Ice Cream as good as the big boys
I dropped my beloved Cuisinart, which costs twice as much, and company was coming, so I picked up this little baby at the local Home Depot for 19.95.

To my delight the operating part (the part that makes the ice cream) works JUST AS GOOD as the Cuisinart and is even slightly easier to clean!

The Cuisinart has more "bells and whistle" - it has electronic controls that do things like time your cycle and play an electronic beep when it's time to add the goodies like nuts or chocolate chips or fruit. This Hamilton Beach models doesn't do that, but for 20 bucks I can add the chocolate chips without the beep!

***ONE WORD OF WARNING ABOUT THE OPERATION***: If you do like I did and ignore the instructions you may be delayed in making your first batch: You HAVE to start the machine, turning the spatula inside the cylinder BEFORE you pour in your ice cream mix - if you DON'T the liquid will freeze in just a few seconds, locking the spatula in place, and when you go to start the machine - it won't.

Both of these models are VERY easy to use, quite easy to clean, not at all messy (remember the old ice cream makers where you had to add your own ice and salt.... and maybe even turn the handle by hand?!) These babies work great: You just put the "bowl" into the freezer overnight (I keep mine there in between uses so it's always ready), then take it out and a quart of your favorite recipe. Once frozen it becomes a quart and a half of good(...) stuff. You may say "Hey!!! I remember those old ice cream makers would make like a gallon of ice cream!!!" All I can say is if you need more than a quart and a half of homemade ice cream at a time you have a more serious Ice Cream Jones than I do!

Definitely worth the money for the homemade ice cream fan! ... Read more


9. Hamilton Beach ShortCut Micro Food Processor - 70160R
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B000066BG2
Catlog: Kitchen
Sales Rank: 15066
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars Waste of money
I bought this microfood processor and used it once. I was out of the country for a while. When I came back, I wanted to use it but it didn't work. It simply didn't work. I paid full price for a single use. This is definitely lots of money.

2-0 out of 5 stars Pain in my ***!
Usually, I reach for my knife when it comes to chopping. However, there are some jobs that's just much easier from a food processor.

So I ditch my little food processor that I got (...), butlasted 3 years and got this one...seems bigger and have more features(...).

1. Sure..everything can go into the dish washer...all 5 or 6 parts...just make everything so over complicated.
2. The food chute doesn't really work that well..you always got stuff fell into the bottom...more stuff to clean!
3. The worse thing is the blade - the blade is flat, which works for the chute...but when you need to use it as a traditional food processor, it simply lacks the vertical torque to move stuff around. Just the other day I have to "shake" my hummus like a jingle bill so that it will mix properly.

I had enough of this, and decided to spend more money on a kitchen aid or cusine cart instead... Of coures, when I come across this product - just to have to give you my 2 cents

3-0 out of 5 stars Not dishwasher safe.
This is a good little food processor and I was very pleased with the shortcut attachment. Unfortunately, one trip to the dishwasher warped the plastic and now it is unusable. I would recommend this product if you don't mind washing it by hand, which I would have been willing to do if only I'd known.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love this thing!
This is my best kitchen appliance. I'm now cooking things that I avoided because they called for too much chopping, slicing, and dicing. I don't understand the one person's negative review. Hello! It only costs 19.99, what did you expect? Plus, everything can go into the dishwasher! Love it, and you will too.

2-0 out of 5 stars Ratings are like opinions, everybody has one :)
Did anyone use this before reviewing it? It is fairly good for doing onions, tomatoes, celery and such. For meats, cheese, nuts and other stuff, it stinks! Clean up involves messing with difficult to reach places (like the hopper). I prefer something to be much simpler, I want to save time not waste more. I'd rather use a chopping knife than this thing. For my money, the Black & Decker mini is much better for the same price, or even less.

This micro food processor looks a bit like the big ones, but its always a kitchen event to break out a processor. You know its time to prepare a big meal, or some special dish. For that you need a big food processor. Choppers are something you want to use, rinse off and put back on the shelf. When it works, the direct to the bowl feature is nice, but you still have to clean up after. ... Read more


10. Hamilton Beach 52204 Blender/Food Processor
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004RDAZ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 23915
Average Customer Review: 2.96 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Talk about multitasking! You'll save precious counter space and cut down on clutter as this appliance performs double duty. The Hamilton Beach BlenderChef comprises a blender and a food processor that share a single base with a powerful motor and 12 settings. The food processor features a 3-cup plastic bowl with food chute and oil dispenser, a stainless-steel "S" blade for chopping and mixing, and a reversible disc blade for slicing and shredding. The 40-ounce glass blender jar has a wide mouth for easy pouring. For all it's capable of, this unit is both handy and compact. --Alison Golder ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 8 by 6 by 14 inches; 2-year warranty
  • 12-speed blender with 40-ounce glass jar; food processor with 3-cup capacity
  • Powerful 350-watt motor covers heavy duty blending jobs
  • 2 food-processor blades for shredding and chopping
  • Oil dispenser for easily adding liquids during use

Reviews (50)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good 2-in-1 appliance
This combination appliance is just right for small kitchens with limited storage space. It saves the space and expense of a separate motor base. Would prefer a way to store the two included blades together inside the bowl. The food processor attachment is great -- very easy to attach, use, and clean. The small bowl size is fine for a couple or a small family. The blender is a blender and does what it should do. Limitations: it lacks the multiple cutting blades of larger food processors -- but I never used them all anyway. Switches are mechanical pushbuttons, not electronic. This appliance will suit most people well. Recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Hamilton Beach 52204 Blender/Food Processor
I've found this to be a very good blender with some helpful food processing features. It is not a substitute for a Food Processor but does perform some handy "light duty" functions. It has a reversible blade for grating and slicing. It does not have a dough mixing blade, several kinds of slicing and grating blades and a large bowl, which is typical of a full size food processor. If your food processing requirements don't extend beyond some grated carrots or cheese for your salad, sliced onions, or chopped vegetatables, this might be enough for you. The bowl is not that large, so sometimes you might need to do your processing in two batches. The blender itself is useful for a lot more than just making mixed drinks and smoothies. You can make bread crumbs for a topping, grind spices and coffee beans, beat pancake batter, make pesto or lightly whip cream. And nothing beats the blender for making a smooth pureed soup. I use the blender daily and frequently use the food processing attachments. For "heavy duty" food processing chores, I still use my full-size food processor, but the Hamilton Beach Blender-Processor is very handy and a good value ... You could buy a similar, more expensive product, but I feel this a good buy. I would recommend it even if you already have a food processor. It's easy to clean and less bother than a large processor when you need just a small amount of food chopped, grated, or sliced.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great tool for the price
The motor is strong enough to make a good smoothie or salsa, and the space saving aspect of two tops for one bottom is great. It's not the best in the world, but for [the price], I can't think of a better buy in the kitchen.

1-0 out of 5 stars A piece of junk
This blender lasted less than a week for me. The motor burned up and all I did was make some juice mixes for my morning breakfast. Didnt even get a chance to use the food processor. I do not recommend this thing to anyone.

1-0 out of 5 stars Hamilton Beach food processor
This machine works well for it's size but it is TOO LOUD. I have to hold my ears when using it. Do not buy if you need to do a lot of processing at one time, as the machine gets real hot and starts to smell. GO easy. ... Read more


11. Hamilton Beach 70650 FreshPro Food Processor
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004X12Y
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 33542
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With a 375-watt motor and a 9-cup bowl, this inexpensive tool puts a family-size food-processor's versatility and ease into a cook's hands at a bargain price. With two speeds to choose from and a pulse control, the processor offers classic flexibility for fine work. The processor's S-shaped stainless-steel blade kneads bread dough and chops and minces a variety of foods, from nuts to meat to cheese to vegetables and fruits. The reversible, stainless-steel disc blade slices and shreds fruits and vegetables--and stores them inside the processor bowl. For slicing and shredding tasks larger than 9 cups, the cover's continuous-feed chute conveys food to any-size bowl on the counter. With the bowl cover in place, the processor measures 17 by 14 by 7-1/2 inches and sits on suction-cup feet to prevent skidding. The bowl, cover, and blades are dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Measures 17 by 14 by 7-1/2 inches
  • Versatile tool for chopping, slicing, shredding, grating, kneading
  • Bowl holds 9 cups; continuous-feed chute for slicing and shredding
  • Disc-blade reverses for slicing and shredding
  • 375-watt motor runs at two speeds; also has pulse control

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent value for a durable machine
I bought this machine about a year ago as my first food processor. The price was certainly a plus, and since I am not one of those Emeril-types who turns every meal into a production, I thought it would suit my purposes even if it didn't perform like one of the more expensive professional food processors.

What I found is that it made me cook MORE! It has performed like a workhorse for all my recipes, with a variety of blades to handle every chopping/shredding/slicing chore I have encountered. It has been so easy and reliable, I use it more than I ever thought I would.

The noise level is much less than I would have expected -- even less than my blender that cost twice as much. It's also fairly lightweight and easy to move around in case you need to store it in a cabinet when not in use.

I use it about three times a week and it has held up very well.

3-0 out of 5 stars >>>>A<<<< OK
I'm a owner of this processor. I'm happy with it so far. It has performed well, I do find it prety powerfull unlike others, what I mean is: it scherds just fine, carrots, cheese no problem. Slices potatoes, peppers and onions just fine. So unless you're cooking with bones or stones there should be no problem.

2-0 out of 5 stars So-So
This is not my first processor nor will it be my last, in fact I am writing this review while looking for a better machine. It works and if it is your first processor it is prbably fine. It is unfortunately underpowered for real work and I just burned mine out making a few cups of hummus. This is an adequate beginner machine but strains a lot.

4-0 out of 5 stars OKish food processor.
This is our first food processor and it looks like it works fine. ... Read more


12. Hamilton Beach 70660 FreshPro Food Processor
list price: $49.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005R1F2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 63843
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With a 425-watt motor and an 8-cup bowl, this inexpensiveappliance puts a family-size food processor's versatility and ease intoa cook's hands at a bargain price. With two speeds to choose from and apulse control, the processor offers classic flexibility for fine work.The processor's S-shaped stainless-steel blade kneads bread dough andchops and minces a variety of foods, from nuts to meat to cheese tovegetables and fruits. The reversible, stainless-steel disk bladeslices and shreds fruits and vegetables. For slicing and shreddingtasks greater than 8 cups, the cover's continuous-feed chute conveysfood to any size bowl on the counter. To reduce clutter, accessoriesstore in the bowl, plus the appliance offers push-in cord storage. Thebowl, cover, and blades are dishwasher-safe.--Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Bowl, cover, and blades dishwasher-safe
  • Versatile tool for chopping, slicing, shredding, grating, kneading
  • Bowl holds 8 cups; continuous-feed chute for slicing, shredding
  • Disk-blade reverses for slicing and shredding
  • 425-watt motor runs at two speeds; also has pulse control

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars One use wonder
Nice design, but it stopped working during its first use. ... Read more


13. Hamilton Beach 70700 ChefPrep Food Processor
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00004X12Z
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 70051
Average Customer Review: 2.29 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With a 350-watt motor and a 7-cup bowl, this inexpensive tool puts a family-size food-processor's versatility and ease into a cook's hands at a bargain price. With two speeds to choose from and a pulse control, the processor offers classic flexibility for fine work. The processor's S-shaped stainless-steel blade kneads bread dough and chops and minces a variety of foods, from nuts to meat to cheese to vegetables and fruits. The reversible, stainless-steel disc blade slices and shreds fruits and vegetables, and, for slicing and shredding tasks larger than 7 cups, the cover's continuous-feed chute conveys food to any-size bowl on the counter. Beginners will appreciate the control panel's chart, which lists the appropriate blades and speeds for specific tasks. The processor measures 13 by 13 by 8-1/4 inches and sits on suction-cup feet to prevent skidding. The bowl, cover, and blades are dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Bowl, cover, and blades dishwasher-safe
  • Versatile tool for chopping, slicing, shredding, grating, kneading
  • Bowl holds 7 cups; continuous-feed tube for slicing, shredding
  • Disc-blade reverses for slicing and shredding
  • 350-watt motor runs at two speeds; also has pulse control

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars what a joke
this came with a european electrical plug. what am i supposed to do with this?

3-0 out of 5 stars What were they thinking????
This is my second processor. I don't remember the first model but it was great. This one works great except for the top coming apart. Why would they screw two pieces together, what were they thinking? The first one had a one piece molded plastic top. Everytime I grate cheese a large chunk gets wedged between the disc and the top. It has ripped all of the screws out and separated the two pieces so I can no longer use it as a grater, which is why I'm on this site, trying to purchase either a new top or scews to repair the old one

4-0 out of 5 stars Worked well for me!
This has been a great food processor for me! I bought model #70600 in about 1995 and have been very happy with it. It's still kicking. (I really think model 70600 is the earlier version of this 70700. My 70600 looks exactly like this down to the buttons on the top and the blades.) I use it to slice, grate, and puree. I used it just last week to grate sweet potatoes. I've used it for pizza dough. I haven't had any problems leaving it running (although I haven't tried running it for extended periods with really thick items like bread dough). It may not be the best food processor out there but it gets the job done and is much cheaper than the others. It has helped me make easy work of all my veggie recipes that require a lot of chopping of a lot of vegetables. Plus, after 8 years I just called their customer service and they're sending me a replacement "disc shaft" for free as a courtesy. (I accidentally chewed mine up in the garbage disposal.)

1-0 out of 5 stars Yikes! Retire this design!!!
This design came out about 30 years ago -- it was bad then, it is bad now.

The motor uses a belt drive. That is why it is noisy.

Although it has a seven-cup capacity, you are only allowed to put 2 cups of fluid into the bowl. If you put any more in, it will seep up through the cutting blade and find it's way into the spindle. Yuck.

If you read the instructions it tells you not to operate it for anything longer than 1 minute -- yet it says you can knead bread. The reason you can not run it for very long is because you will burn out the motor. I guess if you bought 20 of these machines and transferred the bowl from unit to unit you COULD technically knead bread. So, I guess they are right -- kinda'.

It is great for mixing chocolate milk for one person.

I wish Hamilton-Beach would get off their collective butts and build a real machine for the masses!

1-0 out of 5 stars poorly designed food processor
Santa bought one of these for my wife. We quickly learned that the height of the space between the top of the cutting plate and the bottom of the top cover for the bowl is so large that anything you try to slice, grate, whatever, will still be a big chunk of food before the slicing or grating is complete. This item would work fine if you don't mind picking the large chunks of "sliced or grated" food out of the bowl every time you run a separate piece of food through the cutting area ... I'm returning it today. ... Read more


14. Hamilton Beach 70900 BlenderChef Food Processor Attachment
list price: $34.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00004X13P
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Hamilton Beach
Sales Rank: 46878
Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This inexpensive attachment doubles the utility of any Hamilton Beach blender, with the exception of one- and two-speed blenders, for which the attachment is not suitable. Fitting the attachment onto a blender's base and drawing on the base's whirring power creates a fully functional, 3-cup food processor. The attachment's S-shaped blade chops and minces vegetables, fruits, meats, herbs, nuts, coffee beans, chocolate, and bread. A reversible disc blade slices on one side and shreds on the other--perfect for making coleslaw and converting a hunk of Parmesan into sprinkling size. Pour oil into a receptacle on the cover, and it will stream through a hole during processing to make mayonnaise, aioli, and other emulsified dressings and sauces. The bowl, cover, and blades are dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Bowl, cover, and blades dishwasher-safe
  • Fits on Hamilton Beach blenders (except for the Hamilton Beach 56400 Power Elite Blender model)
  • Fully functional, 3-cup food processor for chopping, slicing, shredding
  • Oil dispenser for blending mayonnaise and dressings
  • Disc-blade reverses for slicing and shredding

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Attachment
This is a very great way to grind and chop food. It is also very useful in making cosmetics and grinding herbs, coffee, cheese, meats and was as advertised. No matter what your needs are it is the prefect attachment to the Hamilton Beach Blender. Thanks

4-0 out of 5 stars handy little gadget
For small jobs when you don't want to get out the heavy stuff this works just fine. Small enough to leave out and handy enough to do most jobs. I use mine at least once a week and don't worry about if it can do the job I ask of it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Food Processor Attachment
Great little attachment for my Hamilton Beach Blender. Just the right size for food processing jobs for my small family. Easy to clean. Does an excellent job in chopping, shredding, grating, etc. I should have gotten this a long time ago.

2-0 out of 5 stars Half-Blender & Half-food Processor
Do you remember the Chevrolet El Camino and the Ford Ranchero? These vehicles combined a sedan's front seat with an open bed, in effect, half-car and half-pickup truck. In fact, they were less than half-car, and less than half-truck, failing on both counts except as convenient vehicles for very limited uses. The HB 70900 is similar: it tries to make a blender into half-blender and half-processor. As a blender, the blender is fine; as a food processor, it fails to reach the mark. We're just gonna buy a full-fledged food processor and use the 70900 as a convenience appliance for limited purposes.

3-0 out of 5 stars It works!
My last food processor from Hamilton Beach lasted 20 years, so I decided since I have their blender as well, I'd purchase just the food processor attachment to add to my blender. The product fits and does the job, but I'm not happy with how insecurely it sits on the blender. Maybe it secures better on other models, but my model, Number 52600 is not the case. If this could be improved upon, you couldn't ask for a better machine. Also, I was dissapointed that my french fry cutter from the other Hamilton Beach food processor will not work with this newer version. All in all, it's not a bad product, just not what I'd hoped for. ... Read more


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