KitchenAid KFP1322ER 13-Cup Food Processor, Four Stars

Made perfect salsa at first attempt.

Where has this been all my life?.

A little bigger than what i wanted but got the bigger one due to the price was lower???. I love the 11 cup size much better.

Key specs for KitchenAid KFP1322ER 13-Cup Food Processor with Exact Slice System, Empire Red:

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  • The ExactSlice System features optimized speeds, and an external lever that allows you to go from thick to thin with one slide of the external lever.
  • Exclusive 3-in-1 Ultra Wide Mouth Feed Tube allows for horizontal and vertical slicing and accommodates food of all shapes and sizes, including larger items like tomatoes, cucumbers and potatoes.
  • The UltraTight Seal Features a specially designed locking system with leak-resistant ring that allows you to fill the work bowl to capacity with ingredients without worrying about making a mess.
  • High, Low & Pulse speed options allow you to precisely and properly handle soft or hard ingredients with the touch of a button.
  • 1-Year Hassle-Free Replacement Warranty

Comments from buyers

“Really Big Feeding Tube
, The quiet is what amazed me. Wish it came with a storage case
, bigger than I want

Absolutely handles the bigger jobs in the kitchen and the 3 sizes of chute is an answer to prayers.

I should have paid more attention when purchasing, but was very excited to get it on sale for prime day. I can’t tell you if it works well or not yet because we have not lugged it out of the cabinet we finally were able to make space in for this industrial sized food processor. If you are looking to process your food in bulk, look no further.

Exactly what i expected and more.

Haven’t used this much yet, but when i did it worked very well.

Updated review january 10, 2016i’ve down graded the kitchenaid 13-cup food processor to a three star rating. The reason being is the variable slice feature does not work well. The food slicer does not/ can not thinly slice potatoes or onions. I’ve tried several times to use the variable slice feature to do both. The reason why i like using a food processor is to do both. Updated review november 23, 2015tonight i used the kitchenaid food processor to chop up 1 1/2 pounds of beef. The food processor easily chopped up the beef and did not wimp out. The motor still produces an annoying whine, but it works. The rest of the review is below. I purchased the kitchenaid 13-cup food processor from amazon warehouse deals as my last cuisinart purchased in 2009 has never, ever worked right.

I wanted to give this a 5, but just couldn’t. It is big, but that is awesome when doing large amounts of things like shredding bulk cheese etc. Definitely don’t have to empty as often. I like that the blade sits firmly in the bottom so if you turn it upside down, it stays put until you pull it out. It runs quiet, yet seems to have good power. It has worked good on everything i have used it for so far. Now the things i don’t like. First off, the lid is fussy.

I’m a long time kitchen aid fan, so when my old kitchenaid food processor broke beyond repair, i trotted off to get a new kitchenaid – what else?. The capacity is great, but i don’t like the way that you have to press down on the food you’re processing in order to get the processor to work. I also wanted to use the small grating side of one of the discs to grate potatoes and onions, and it just plain old wouldn’t work. I had to use the other side, and the consistency of what i was making came out all wrong, along with the way that it baked and tasted. I’m a bit disappointed in this and with what it cost, that shouldn’t be the case. It does close and lock more easily than my older one, but i just don’t like it as much. And also, for the money that this cost, i’d have expected some kind of a container in which to keep the various attachments. Be careful when unpacking this also, because you’ll easily miss the attachments with which it comes, and that could be disastrous for the operation of the machine. All in all, until i can find a way for the small shredder disc to work, i’m not going to be terribly impressed with this kitchenaid product. I almost wish i’d gotten a smaller one that had less capacity, but better shredding capabilities as my old one had – hopefully.

Big and powerful and processes food very well. Only observation is this is mostly a plastic base, which for those of you with the heavier metal appliances from ka, may be disappointed. However, it makes for a much lighter device to carry around the kitchen which i appreciate.

Too many parts to clean; must use dishwasher.

I use it at least once a week sometimes more. It looks great sitting on my counter. It is quiet and powerful enough to cut through anything i’ve put through it.

Looking forward to using it.

Returned my cuisinart- feeding tube so small that there is no need for a food processor. This big mouth is huge, and is why i bought it. Difficult for me to figure out the food dicer system. And the mozzarella cheese balled up some underneath grate. But parts are sharp, system is a bit easier than cuisinart. Take care with plastic- don’t force, but is thick plastic. This 200$ machine is worth it to me.

I use this baby several times a week to make mayo and slice vegetables.

I bought it for grinding nuts for energy bars, which it does very well, and was happy that the slicing feature made slicing vegetables for a stir fry so fast and easy. The base of the appliance is heavy and the motor is strong. The bowl and parts are sturdy. You will need a dishwashing brush to get food from around the rim when washing. I recommend this food processor.

I can make more to store for later.

Well made, durable and huge, will shred an entire deboned chicken in seconds.

My wife absolutely loves it. She loves to cook and this makes it that much easier.

Why did i wait years to get this???.

Works well, holds quite a bit, quiet motor.

I love the capacity of this processor, it chops great. Only issue is when using the grater, large chunks of cheese, carrots, zucchini, etc. Get stuck in the lid and do not grate which stops the machine.

Looks great and versatile, but i haven’t used it yet. As another reviewer mentioned, it does not include a spatula although there is one on the box.