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1. Black & Decker EHC650 Ergo
$49.99 $43.98
2. Black & Decker FP1500 Power
$15.79 list($14.99)
3. BLACK & DECKER HC-3000 Handy
$39.99 $30.54
4. Black & Decker FP1400 Quick
$34.95
5. Black & Decker Super Chopper
$24.99 $18.09
6. Black & Decker MFP200 MiniPro
$36.99
7. Black & Decker FP-1300 8-Cup
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8. Factory-Reconditioned Black &

1. Black & Decker EHC650 Ergo 3-Cup Food Chopper
list price: $19.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00005MF97
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 1494
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This electric food chopper accomplishes a food processor's principal function of chopping and mincing without having to haul out the big machine. It's just 8 inches high and 4-3/4 inches in diameter, and its 3-cup bowl is ample for many chores in a family household and most chores in a one or two-person household. At 150 watts, the motor is powerful enough to chop or mince vegetables, fruits, herbs, cheese, nuts, chocolate, cooked meats, and bread. The power head has a soft grip for easy one-handed use. The rugged, plastic bowl; its slip-resistant base, which doubles as the bowl's lid for storing food; and the stainless-steel blade are all dishwasher-safe. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Soft grip for one-hand use
  • Chops and minces vegetables, fruits, herbs, cheese, nuts
  • Two pulse speeds provide precise control
  • 3-cup bowl, lid, base, stainless-steel blade are dishwasher-safe
  • Slip-resistant base double as bowl's lid for storing food

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Never do manual again
This thing is fabulous. I got CHEAP too at a huge statewide store. I like my fresh onions grated very fine, this thing does no prob. I highly recommend I just love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the most useful kitchen gadgets I own
I received the Ergo as a Christmas gift. At first, I really didn't think it would see much action - we'd just purchased a higher-end combination blender/processor with a gift certificate, and planned on using it often.

Six months later, and guess which has spent more time out of the closet? The Ergo. It's so very light and simple and surprisingly effective, and, unlike the blender/processor, you can store what you've chopped in the fridge right in the container! The plastic foot/lid is pure genius. I love the unit's compactness and clean, solid design.

Cleanup is a breeze. Even though the top isn't submersible, I've had no problem wiping it thoroughly enough with a soapy wet cloth if I take care of it directly after chopping. The other parts are all billed as dishwasher-safe, but it takes our family of two about three or four days to fill the dishwasher, and I use the chopper more often than that.

My cute little Ergo has become a true kitchen essential. I'd be one very unhappy cook if someone were cruel enough to take it away!

3-0 out of 5 stars Good value.
This is my 3rd mincer/chopper. I've been using this for almost 3 months, a few times a week, to chop veggies and mince small amounts of meat, as well as occasionally milling rolled oats (so they'll cook faster). It has done a great job with all these foods, even the meats! The blades are nice and sharp, and the design is simple and comfortable. The one complaint I have is with cleaning: while the blade and container are very easy to clean, the lid/motor is NOT since obviously it isn't submersible. The manual directs the user to simply wipe it clean, but if you've just minced some meat, soap and hot water would be much more ideal, to say the least. Perhaps in the future B&D could incorporate some kind of snap-off liner for the lid, that could be removed and washed well. Right now I spray it down with rubbing alcohol and wipe it down a few times.
I would have given this unit 4 or 5 stars otherwise, because it's cheaper than most others I've seen, while still doing a great job (I realize my sanitary methods sound obsessive, and they are...I worked in a lab for years doing bacterial culture, and let's just say that I've seen what's out there, and I don't want it in my food!)

5-0 out of 5 stars love it!
my boyfriend and i were amazed at how effortlessly this little gadget chops things. as a person who has killed the motor in two cuisinart mini preps, i really was glad to see this chopper goes and goes with no sign of losing power. and the price -- amazing!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Littlest Chopper!
Short and Sweet....this is "the best" for small amounts. Chops great, easy to clean. A time saver for sure! ... Read more


2. Black & Decker FP1500 Power Pro II food processor
list price: $49.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006IJM9
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 3083
Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • dough hook
  • 10-cup capacity
  • 500 watts
  • reversible shred/slice disk
  • 1 speeds plus pulse

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Now you're COOKIN'!
When I went shopping for a food processor, I passed on the low-slung, low wattage belt-drive models. True, all I'm mainly doing is prepping veggies and meats before combining them in a slow cooker but I don't enjoy replacing cheapie small appliances on a regular basis. I prefer to get the best I can afford, instead of saving money on a throw-away gadget.

The Black & Decker FP1500 has a much more substantial look and feel than the rest of the B&D line. Although the specifications don't mention whether it uses belt-drive (bad), gear drive (better) or direct drive (best), the shape and the weight distribution of the base unit suggest it's one of the latter pair. The clincher for me, aside from its power and capacity, were those 5 magical words: "Removable parts are dishwasher safe."

The FP1500 isn't the quietest food processor on the counter, compared to those whispering workhorses from the likes of KitchenAid, Robot-Coup and, to a lesser extent, the latter-day Cuisinart line. But it also doesn't drain your checking account or credit card limit of 3 to 5 C-Notes. As a quick chopper, slicer and mincer, it's ideal and looks like it'll last a long time. Though it's not really up to, say, weekly batches of bread dough, a dough mixing blade is included. For about a quarter the price of a set of fancy knives, it'll get you through food preparation tasks quickly and, unlike those knives, it cleans up in the dishwasher.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Food Processor
I've been wanting a food processor for a long time, but they are usually so expensive that I gave on getting one. It wasn't until I went to Kohls to look for a blender that I spotted the Black & decker food Processor which I read the reviews about it at Amazon.com. The things that was said about it are so true. It's reasonable priced, holds the same amount of food as the more expensive ones do and it does the same about of work: slices, chops, makes dough,etc... I would highly reconmend anyone who loves to cook to buy it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
Every product I have in my kitchen is Black & Decker. I have never had any problems with these products at all. I love the FP1500 food processor. I cook alot and with cooking there is alot of chopping. I use this machine for everything. If anything ever happened to my FP1500, I would definitely buy another one. I did got to Target and buy it from the store and got it on sale. What a deal. I would recommend this product.

1-0 out of 5 stars expensive junk
I also got two of these. The first one started smoking and burnt out on the second use (I was mixing softened butter and flour. It should have been able to handle it). I returned it. The second one hasn't been any better. The plastic center of the grating blade came apart and won't stay together, so it's not usable. It's going to cost me $25.00 to get a replacement blade. Forget it!

1-0 out of 5 stars CHEAP!!!
DO NOT BUY THIS!!! I bought this and tried to make hummus and it started smoking!!! I was so disappointed. I did NOT have a receipt, so I bought ANOTHER one. ....the first time I used it, it was fine. I was relieved. ....THEN the 2nd time I used it, it started shaking and then stinky white smoke came out the back AGAIN!!! I couldnt believe it. I don't think Black and Decker have very good products at all. I WOULD NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT. ... Read more


3. BLACK & DECKER HC-3000 Handy Food Chopper
list price: $14.99
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Asin: B00006WNLE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 2434
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Chops onions, peppers, herbs, nuts, eggs and more
  • Large pulse button for coarse or fine chop
  • Dishwasher-safe bowl, lid and blade
  • 1-1/2 cup capacity
  • Dishwasher safe

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Handy Little Item, but Not Durable
Admittedly, when I got this item, I used it every day. I chopped nuts, onion, garlic, carrots, etc. Its great for making a little pesto, dressing, etc. But after six months part of the bowl cracked off, then another part, and now the blades are dull and it jams more than it chops. All in all the item lasted about a year with no problems, and its limped along for another six months. Its not very expensive, so it wasn't a terrible investment-- still, I thought the Black and Decker name would mean it was more durable.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not a great buy.
I bought this an year ago and it worked perfectly for few months. I've been mainly using it for onions, green leaves etc. After few months, the blades were sharp enough and it couldn't make onion paste of it. The jar also started showing small crack lining from the friction between blades, onions/tomatos and the jar plastic. It seems like the materil used is very soft and gets scratched easily. After few months, the lid also becomes loose and if you try to put tomatoes in it, they'll start leaking the juice from the top when the mixer is on.

It's definitely convenient, but not dependable for long time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for chopping in a hurry!
This is such a little time saver in my household. We use lots of onion, garlic and nuts in our meals and this little processor is perfect. You don't have to waste time lugging out and setting up a big food processor. We keep this one ready to go in our cabinet. Takes just seconds to process and all you have to do is rinse clean. For projects like chopping this is perfect. Keep in mind it is really small but it saves so much time from having to dice and chop green onions, garlic etc. If you are looking for convienience in a small package this is the processor that is good to have. If you need to do large or even medium size meals I would get a bigger processor. ... Read more


4. Black & Decker FP1400 Quick N' Easy Plus Food Processor
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005MF95
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 16773
Average Customer Review: 1.83 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

With an 8-cup work bowl and a built-in continuous-flow chute for slicing or shredding foods like cabbage into a separate bowl, this 350-watt food processor is versatile as well as inexpensive. It's great for a small household or an occasional cook who wants the convenience of food processing but doesn't need a big, powerful machine. With its stainless-steel chopping blade and reversible slicing/shredding disc, the processor does everything its more powerful counterparts do: slices, shreds, chops, mixes, and minces. It has two speeds and a pulse control, and all removable parts are dishwasher-safe. To the top of its feed tube, the processor measures 13 inches high, and it's 9 inches wide, including the work bowl's handle, and 16 inches deep, including the continuous-flow chute on top the work bowl. The processor comes with a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Dishwasher-safe removable parts
  • Continuous-flow chute to slice or shred food into a separate bowl
  • 8-cup work bowl for small or large processing tasks
  • Two speeds plus pulse control
  • Slicing/shredding disc included

Reviews (12)

3-0 out of 5 stars Very effective little processor for the money
I don't have a huge need for a food processor, so I chose one that had a few basic features, and which was really inexpensive. I've only had the machine for a month or so, but I've found that it's completely satisfactory, given the low price tag. It chops things up to consistent sizes, and I haven't had any troubles with food sneaking out of the plastic insert when it's supposed to stay in the bowl.

It's no Cuisinart or Kitchen Aid, but overall, it's not bad! The controls have a solid feel to them, and the machine itself doesn't feel like it's going to fall apart at any given second - it's very solid. Everything is dishwasher-safe, which is a huge plus. I expect any processor to be quite noisy, and this one is, but not so much so that I wouldn't use it. The bowl is a good size, so I don't have to empty it out until I'm done with whatever food currently needs to be chopped/shredded.

I have noticed that the bowl locking mechanism is a little bit sticky, but with firm (not "brutal" or "harsh") pressure, it slides in just fine.

Overall, it's met my expectations for a machine of its price.

1-0 out of 5 stars I would give it less stars if I could....
I hate to be ungrateful (this was a gift from my mother), but it is the worst appliance I have ever used! It does every job terribly, it's noisy...I hate it! Spend the money if you can. Go for a Cuisinart! I know I will be...

1-0 out of 5 stars This is horrible
I used this food processor 2 times before it broke. I put a potato in and the middle of the grater blade shredded into plastic shreds. I called Black and Decker for a replacement shredder - and found out that they charge $20 for the replacement part on a $30 machine! Don't buy this - it's not worth it!

1-0 out of 5 stars A piece of junk
I have had this item for about a year. I used it mainly for light things like mayonnaise, small batches of biscuit or shorthbread dough. Recently, the bowl shattered while in use. Large shards snapped off from the base and a lid clasp broke off. I investigated the cost of replacing the part and found that it was within $5.00 of the cost of a new unit. I am not shopping around for a new unit - from a different brand.

1-0 out of 5 stars No more cheap appliances for me!
I would have given negative stars, but there isn't an option for that. I was looking for an inexpensive food processor for the occasional job that requires a food processor. Black & Decker usually makes very good appliances, and for the price I paid, I said what the heck. What a mistake! This processor sounds like it's heralding the apocalypse and after 3 uses, one of the bowl clips snapped right off. I also tried to use the continuous flow chute. About 1/4 of my chopping ended up in the processor bowl. Thankfully, it didn't explode like the other reviewers! I guess I'll have to wait for a Cuisinart or Kitchen Aid to go on sale... ... Read more


5. Black & Decker Super Chopper

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Asin: B00006IUVT
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 24843
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Measures 8-2/3 by 6-3/8 by 5-1/4 inches
  • Extra-large, 2-cup-capacity food processor
  • High/low pulse controls provide extra control
  • Great for coarse or fine chopping
  • Safety locking system; dishwasher-safe bowl, lid, and blade

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little chopper!
I don't own a food processer, but I don't need one--this little chopper meets all of my needs. I've owned mine for 5-6 years, and I probably use it at least 2-3 times per week. It's particularly good for chopping onions quickly, easily, and without tears--just cut the onion into a few chunks, stick the pieces in the chopper, and chop away. The two speeds and the amount of time you process determine the extent of the chopping, from very finely chopped onions and garlic to coarsely chopped nuts. I've used this chopper for a variety of jobs, including making bread crumbs, chopping nuts, and more. The unit is small enough to keep on the counter, but it's also lightweight enough to be tucked away and brought out only when needed. Plus, it has an important safety feature in that the unit won't run unless the lid is closed and turned to lock. A great little product that is a perfect replacement for or substitute to a larger food processer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Time saver
This little chopper is a wiz. Great time saver for the smaller chopping jobs!! Easy to wash & store. I have rhemitoid arthritis and it does all my chopping needs. My kitchen wouldn't be the same without it!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Too much work
I received this chopper as a gift. Once assembled it works well. My biggest complaint is that the bowl requires some effort to remove or assemble, it must be positioned exactly on the base Also, the lid must be position correctly or it will not work...and it takes some getting use to to get it on correctly. The design could be better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Strong appliance
I have had this mini chopper for 5 years and it is still going strong.
I just bought a bigger and more expensive cuisinar model and waiting to receive it.

Although small, it is kind of noisy.

It does the job it is supposed to do for its size. ... Read more


6. Black & Decker MFP200 MiniPro Plus Food Processor
list price: $24.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00005MF96
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 15347
Average Customer Review: 2.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Ideal for small jobs like soups, sauces, dips, and saladdressings, this 2-cup, 120-watt food processor chops, minces, mixes,slices, and shreds vegetables, batters, nuts, herbs, and bread crumbs.It has a 2-cup bowl, offers two speeds and a pulse control, and comeswith a continuous-flow chute for shredding cabbage and other foods inbulk. Not including the chute, the processor is a compact 10-1/2 incheshigh, 5-1/2 inches wide, and 9-inches deep. All the removable parts,including the reversible, stainless-steel slicing/shredding disk, aredishwasher-safe. The processor carries a one-year warranty againstdefects. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Removable parts dishwasher-safe
  • Ideal for small jobs: 2-cup bowl; two speeds plus pulse control
  • Chops, minces, mixes, slices, shreds
  • Continuous-flow food chute
  • Compact: 10-1/2 inches high, 5-1/2 inches wide, 9-inches deep

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good with limitations
I use this mainly to grind pulses and veggies and it does a great job. But it is extremely noisy and the grater and other chopper attachments are not impressive. Food flies out as said in the other reviews and it is difficult to clean, unless one is using it for something really dry in which case, just a rinse will do. If one is okay with noise(a lot of that), then this is good to buy. Else, look for options. I am looking too...

2-0 out of 5 stars Works well HALF the time
The chopper/grinder works very well -- but the the shredder/grater with chute is just horrible. As the other reviewer said, the grated food sprays out all over the work surface instead of into whatever container you innocently intended.

I'm very disappointed in this design -- I had another B&D small food processor with a grater/shredder WITHOUT the chute which lasted for nearly 14 years. When that finally gave up the ghost about 2 months ago I bought this one, and I'm sorry I did.

I guess it's back to hand-grating cheese again and scraping my knuckles . . .

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little processor!
This Black and Decker processor is great! It is compact and SO easy to clean! I purchased it to grind up baby food. It works great! I haven't used that attachment on top yet but it looks interesting for blending fruits or whatever. Definitely worth the money.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't give up your day drills yet Black & Decker
The unit does cut and grate, but you better have a catching container that wraps around the unit to catch the product as it comes shooting out. Your catching container will hold as much as what drops short on the counter, the exit spout is enclosed on only 3 sides, so a lot falls short of the catching container. Cleaning the inside of the cover presented a problem, crevices inside the cover catch cheese and soft products, you must use a long bristle brush or THIN FLAT toothpick to remove it. This unit is loud. Does B&D equate noise with power? I should have left this one on the store shelf, cause it quickly found its way into the recycle bin curbside. I would rate this less than 1 star. ... Read more


7. Black & Decker FP-1300 8-Cup Food Processor

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Asin: B00006IUVL
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 57590
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 350 watts of power and dishwasher-safe parts
  • The Quick-n-Easy food processor has an 8-cup bowl for large or small tasks
  • Features 2 speeds plus Pulse control
  • Chopping blades also mixes and minces
  • Reversible disc for slicing and shredding

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars only ok
Like the previous review, the blade for shredding and chopping is too low allowing jams to occur. Also another problem I have is that it tends to be too hard to open the cover once I've used it. If you're on a very limited budget like me, it does the job, however I plan to replace this with a more expensive model at some point.

1-0 out of 5 stars 0 Stars
This thing is going back to the store! The blade is too far from the chute, allowing food to be pulled into the area above the blade causing jams and a mess. The fit between the blade and the shaft is sloppy allowing the blade to rock. Not good when spinning as the cut becomes uneven and allows even more room between the blade and the chute. The blade is to be flipped for either slicing or shredding. The letters on the blade are barely readable, although the sides are self-explanatory. The shredding edges on our model were not stamped properly so as to have a clean edge for cutting.
Don't waste your time! Spend a little more and have less trouble. ... Read more


8. Factory-Reconditioned Black & Decker FP1200R Quick 'n Easy Full Size Food Processor
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005MOTI
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 70912
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Reversible disc for slicing and shredding
  • Reconditioned by manufacturer to "like new" condition
  • 8-cup bowl for small or large tasks
  • Two speeds plus pulse control, 350 watts of power
  • Chopping blade also dices and minces

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money
Save your money and buy something of quality. The blade wabbles and doesn't cut the food evenly. It can't handle anything of any weight, it couldn't even handle carrots very well. They fell over and were sliced length wise instead of the way I had put them in. The center mounting piece broke apart with working with chocolate. The machine was loud even when brand new and it produced an odor similar to the power tools they make. I will be saving my money for a better quality food processor.

4-0 out of 5 stars A little Noisy, but..
The product has been a workhorse, and performs as well one could expect from a product that doesn't cost hundreds of dollars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Noisy processor
I have had this for about 8 months and it works very well, however it is VERY noisy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't waste your money...
I purchased this item thinking I was getting a great deal for the money. I understood that I was buying a reconditioned product but when I got it home to use it, it was dead out of the box. Since I only spent [price] on it, it wasn't a huge deal but the next food processor I buy will be new and I will spend the money for the quality.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Deal
Great food processor. Great deal an unbelievable price ... Read more


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