Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor, with Bowl Scraper (70730)
One of the biggest frustrations in food processing is stopping to scrape down the sides of the bowl. It takes time and it’s a hassle to keep re-assembling the lid. All this stopping and starting is inefficient, especially when you need to get dinner on the table. With the Hamilton Beach Bowl Scraper Food Processor, you can save time when chopping or pureeing – no need to stop and remove the lid to dislodge food from the side of the bowl. The built-in scraper does the work for you, and you can use it while the processor is on or off for continuous processing.
Large feed chute means less prep work. Are you still pre-cutting all your ingredients? If you’re doing that, why bother with a food processor at all? The Hamilton Beach Bowl Scraper Food Processor accommodates both large and small ingredients, so you can spend less time pre-cutting your ingredients and more time enjoying them.
The powerful food processor includes a 10 cup capacity bowl, which is the ideal size for most of your home cooking needs and it includes a reversible slice/shred disc and S-blade for chopping, mixing and pureeing. The BPA-Free bowl is easy to clean and dishwasher safe. Its compact design means it won’t take up your entire countertop
- Scrapes Sides of Bowl - No Spatula Needed
- 10-Cup Capacity Built-in Scraper Works While Processor is On or Off
- 2-Speeds Plus Pulse Chopping Blade and Slicing / Shredding Disc
- Large Feed Chute S-Blade for Chopping, Mixing & Pureeing Dishwasher Safe Bowl, Lid & Blades Scraper Attachment
- 450 Watts of power
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Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc. is an American manufacturer of home appliances and commercial restaurant equipment marketed primarily in the United States, Canada, and Mexico, including blenders, mixers, toasters, slow cookers, clothes irons, and air purifiers.
Until sometime in the 1980s the company's products were marketed under the brand name "Hamilton Beach Scovill", reflecting a merger that occurred in the 1940s. In 1990, the company merged with Proctor Silex, another household appliance manufacturer. Key market competitors include Cuisinart, Black & Decker, Salton, De'Longhi, and Sunbeam.