Rated 5 out of 5Â by Lovetocook Quick and Convenient to Use
This is my first food processor. I have had this processor for a week and even though I have only used it three times, I find it very quick and easy to prepare food. I just finished making a dried beef dip using it and it did a perfect job. I plan to use it next to make pie crust. It seems very well built with suction cup feet so it does not move around while in use and the lid and feeding shute fastens vey securely to the work bowl. I expect it to last a long time and know I will enjoy using it. Now I would like some recipes using the food processor as none came with the instruction booklet.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Smithsonian Somewhat Sad Story
We purchased the Black and Decker FP1600B food processor about a year ago. It has worked well until today. The plastic spindle that drives the metal blades is worn down so that cannot engage the metal blade. After a long and thorough search I discovered there there is NOT a user manual on the website for this model. I then looked for parts and the site took me to another vendor whose site does not list this model number. Seems like the food processor will go to the dump for lack of a little plastic spindle. That's the sad part. Dry your tears now, that's what I am doing.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by wolfus so far I love it
I've only used it once since it arrived, but so far it's great! It takes up less space than my old one, & I can't wait to use it more.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by BlueRhapsody 4+ Years and Still going STRONG
I have chopped dried fruit for West Indian Black Cake, shredded cabbage for fermented sauerkraut, pulverized cashews for raw vegan cheese, and everything else in between, and have never had an issue with my B&D. Yes it will not work, if the bowl isn't properly locked in, and then the lid locks, only then will it turn on, and so far so good. Nothing fancy, but does the job. It was the price that caught my eye, as FPs are ridiculously expensive. I love mine and will be really sad if parts break, as many reviewers have reported finding parts is a challenge.