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Hamilton Beach Food Processor, Vegetable Chopper & Veggie Spiralizer for Slicing, Shredding, Mincing, and Puree, 10 Cups, Silver (70735)

Original price was: $69.99.Current price is: $55.99.

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  • SPIRALIZE, SLICE, SHRED, CHOP AND PUREE WITH 4 VERSATILE ATTACHMENTS. Make perfect veggie spirals and ribbons with the spiral and ribbon blades. The stainless steel S-blade chops, mixes and purees and the stainless steel disc slices and shreds.
  • FIT A WHOLE ZUCCHINI OR BLOCK OF CHEESE WITH 2.5″ FEED CHUTE. You’ll save time and reduce the need for pre-cutting every time you use this 10 cup food processor because you can fit whole foods like a zucchini or block of cheese in the feed chute.
  • PROCESS TOUGH INGREDIENTS WITH POWERFUL 450 WATT MOTOR. The 450 watt motor packs plenty of power to process all types of ingredients and the 2 speed/pulse dial provides all the control you need for spiralizing, chopping, slicing and shredding.
  • LARGE 10 CUP BOWL WITH POUR SPOUT. You’ll be able to process 10 cups of food without having to stop to empty the bowl. Since the bowl has a pour spout, you can transfer dressings, sauces and purees into serving or storage containers without making a mess.
  • EFFORTLESS CLEANUP WITH DISHWASHER SAFE BLADES, BOWL AND LID. On this Hamilton Beach Food Processor, all removable parts including the cleaning brush are dishwasher safe for effortless cleanup and all food zones are BPA-free for peace of mind.

Specification: Hamilton Beach Food Processor, Vegetable Chopper & Veggie Spiralizer for Slicing, Shredding, Mincing, and Puree, 10 Cups, Silver (70735)

Item Dimensions LxWxH

8.4 x 10 x 15.9 inches

Item Weight

4.7 pounds

Model Name

Food Processor, Vegetable Chopper & Veggie Spiralizer

Is Dishwasher Safe

Yes

Number of Speeds

2

Product Dimensions

8.4 x 10 x 15.9 inches

Manufacturer

Hamilton Beach

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

70735

Date First Available

October 30, 2020

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8 reviews for Hamilton Beach Food Processor, Vegetable Chopper & Veggie Spiralizer for Slicing, Shredding, Mincing, and Puree, 10 Cups, Silver (70735)

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  1. Kelly Sottelbaum

    I have a somewhat older Cuisinart food processor that I put this Hamilton Beach one up against. But first – a couple of important notes.

    This food processor is Made in China. I would prefer if it were made…pretty much anywhere else, but the Cuisinart one is also Made in China, so for overall cost/value, they’re in a good position to compare. The interesting thing to note is that this Hamilton Beach processor is about half the price of the Cuisinart – so I had expected the Cuisinart to be made in the USA, but sadly, that’s not the case. So for price – this one wins easily.

    For function – this is every bit as powerful as the Cuisinart, and includes additional blades (in the box) that I didn’t get with the other; they were sold as optional. So this processor does just as good of a job, but is half the price and comes with more accessories. I think I know which one I’d buy.

    All in all, I think at this point if you get a quality “name” brand food processor, you’re going to be pretty much the same thing across the board. I’d pay for more Made in USA (or at least not China), but I wouldn’t pay more for a different brand name, because at the end of the day – this is a motor that you put blades on to cut foods. Not a ton of innovation being done in that regard. Recommended, especially for the great value over the competition!

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  2. krystalspin

    I have used this food processor once to chop fruits and vegetables and it was fast and easy. I will have to experiment with it to learn all of the features that it offers. There is a lot more to be done with this!!

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  3. oldenoughtoknowbetter

    I pretty much love this processor! It’s very powerful but lightweight. A few things I love: the shredding and slicing blades are easy to attach to the base (they don’t require another part that attaches to the base first) and they are labeled for easy recognition. The spiralizer blades are also easy to attach to the adapter part (which is labeled). The bottom of the plunger has a “gripping” x-shaped part that holds onto the food as you spiralize, so it’s easy to take the veggie off the plunger when you’re done. The plunger has drainage holes so no mold will form on the inside. It has 3 speeds: pulse, slow and fast. All speeds are powerful. The blade has an open design, so again easy to clean and no place for mold to form. I’m amazed at how lightweight it is compared to my old processor. A few things I don’t love: the suction cups on the bottom of the processor work very, very well — meaning if you want to move it, you have to really pull it up. So, great if you want to keep it in place, not so great if you want to move it. I wish it was just a little bit smaller in height so it would fit inside the cabinet, like my old one. This one needs to stay on the countertop All in all, though, I’m very happy with it

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  4. Nancy J.

    It was no fun when my old (first edition) food processor died in the middle of food prep after only 40 years of service. An extensive search landed the HB processor and I couldn’t be more pleased. Not only does it slice, dice, shred, and spiral like a champ, the parts were easy to clean and store compactly. The suction feet keep the processor steady on the counter while it’s doing its thing. To me this has been money well spent.

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  5. Wouldashouldacoulda

    Bought the 10-cup spiralizing one of these for $59.99, which was a great price for the quality of it. The size is larger than our last one, thankfully, and this seems much sturdier. It really does the job for food prep. We’re getting a lot of use out of it, and so far, it holds up really well–time will tell. The suction cups on the bottom have held up so far, which is a relief after the last one we had. Will update should anything change.

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  6. krystalspin

    Bought this food processor about a month ago. Wanted to use more of the features before writing a review. Have used it at least 6-8 times and liking it more every time! This is my first modern food processor (I did have a O-brand Kitchen Center years ago but didn’t “get” the food processor or chopper modules at the time; I cooked differently back then).

    When we went through two manual spiralizers shredding cabbage, and I was forbidden from doing that any more, I asked my SIL how she made such nice cole slaw. The answer was “my C-brand food processor”. So I looked into food processors and when I found this one with spiralizing ability I didn’t wait long before I hit the BUY button.

    So far I have used the chopping/mixing blade (the “S-Blade”) to chop or mince onion, the slicing side of the reversible blade for peppers, and the “ribbon” blade to make zoodles. The S-Blade is about as loud as a blender; the other two functions are quite loud, but SO FAST, it’s over in no time. Three zucchini will about fill the capacity; I pause halfway through to push the zoodles over to the other side of the Bowl.

    Compared to my SIL’s C-art, I do have few choices: Notably only one thicknesses for slicing. Compared to the manual spiralizer, also fewer options (one straight ribbon and one size noodle, which is between the spaghetti- and the eggnoodle-size of the manual). But it is so much easier and easier to clean, that I suspect we will not be using the manual one again! Note that the users guide calls the ribbon maker the spiralizing blade, and the noodle maker the ribbon blade.

    The funny thing is, I haven’t shredded or sliced cabbage yet and that was the whole reason I wanted a FP. ETA, I just cut up a half-a-head of cabbage just to see how it worked! Attaching photo: Sliced on the left, Shredded on the right. Shred blade really produces grated cabbage if you have a use for that!

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  7. Matthew Klein

    All the features work well and it’s loud but not too loud to use. Love the little brush it came with as it is very helpful for cleaning the spiralizing blade. At times getting the lid to fit securely is a little tricky but not so much of a bother that I would discourage buying it. I’m happy with it.

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  8. Kenneth H.

    I bought this for my wife,as she is on a diet from a surgery.she has to grind her food now (purée)this machine does the job and she loves it.she says it’s easy to cleanup.it also comes with extra blades.

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    Hamilton Beach Food Processor, Vegetable Chopper & Veggie Spiralizer for Slicing, Shredding, Mincing, and Puree, 10 Cups, Silver (70735)
    Hamilton Beach Food Processor, Vegetable Chopper & Veggie Spiralizer for Slicing, Shredding, Mincing, and Puree, 10 Cups, Silver (70735)

    Original price was: $69.99.Current price is: $55.99.

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