Cuisinart Elite 2.0 16-Cup Food Processor
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The updated and improved Cuisinart Elite food processor packs 1500 watts of power for effortless food prep, tackling even the toughest tasks with speed and precision. The ultimate kitchen multitasker, it comes complete with stainless-steel chopping/mixing blades, dough blade, adjustable slicing disc and reversible shredding disc.
- Nested 16-cup and 4 1⁄2-cup work bowls for a variety of tasks.
- SealTight™ Advantage prevents leaks and holds blade in place when pouring.
- Easy-to-use touchpad with blue LEDs and large buttons for On, Off, Dough and Pulse.
- Slicing blade adjusts from 0mm to 10mm.
- Shredding disc reverses for fine or medium results.
- Dimensions & More Info
- Functions include chop, purée, knead, shred, slice and emulsify.
- Wide-mouth feed tube fits whole fruits and vegetables.
- Die-cast metal base offers a commercial look and heavy-duty construction.
- Includes storage case for blades and discs.
- 1500W peak-power motor.
- 8 3/4" x 11" x 17 1/2" high.
- 24 lb. 3 oz.
- This product is intended for use in the United States and Canada and is built to United States electrical standards.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
- Removable parts are dishwasher safe.
- Wipe base clean with a damp cloth.
- Avoid harsh detergents and abrasive cleansers.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by suzsuz from Not the best product from Cuisinart The company has failed their customers with this product. New and improved is not my experience. Not even worth giving to Goodwill. I’ve replaced the inner work bowl and lid due to cracks. Now the pusher is cracking. I wash all parts by hand. Bye Bye FP 16. Your new home is the dump. I’ve welcomed your competitor Beville into my kitchen.Date published: 2019-03-21Rated 1 out of 5 by mnels from Do not purchase this model I purchased this model a couple of years ago. The motor broke a year ago. I sent it to Cuisinart to fix at my cost. The motor has again stopped working. Cuisinart does not stand behind this product. You have to pay to ship it, ship it without knowing what the cost of repair is, and pay to have it fixed with no repair warranty - meaning when it breaks again less than a year later it is again at your expense. Very disappointed in Cuisinart and Williams Sonoma for continuing to carry such a poor product.Date published: 2018-12-27Rated 3 out of 5 by MCOB from A beast with some real design flaws This thing is a beast and will plow through anything you can throw at it. However, after 9 years the seal on the cover shrank and became hard to click into place. It also started leaking at the seal, creating a real mess if you have a lot of liquid to process. Next, the pin on the "large Pusher'" assembly cracked and broke off. The unit is designed to work only when the pin is pushed down. The pin design is a flaw and will eventually weaken causing you to purchase a whole new large pusher. Not great on a top of the line, expensive machine.Date published: 2018-12-07Rated 3 out of 5 by RobP from Works great until simple break in cover mechanism Had it for 8 years. Handle mechanism finally broke in a way I don’t think I can fix. I am an occasional user. I don’t mind chunks falling into the finger holes or pieces stuck in the edge. I’m willing to throw away a little bit of carrot if I don’t want to chop it. Big woop. I can understand how some people would get upset. My problem is that the whole thing stopped working unless I pushed the big pusher all the way down. We’ll that eliminates the ability to slice or shred anything big. The rep at Cuisinart said it was designed to require the big pusher to have to be all the way down. What a dope. Sent me two emails telling me that. In the end I discovered the problem. There is a little metal pin that drops down when the big pusher is inserted. This connects to a few other mechanisms to push in the switch just beneath the handle below the bowl. (I could push that switch in with a butter knife and tell the motor still functioned properly.). The problem is in the hole at the top of the pusher chute where the metal rod inserts. The mechanism inside doesn’t reset. If I pull the spring loaded prong (at the bottom) enough times, it will reset but it doesn’t last more than one or two insertions of the large pusher. The solution is to buy a new work bowl cover. $75 with shipping. Isn’t that just grand? I can buy a new food processor for that amount, and basically Cuisinart requires that it’s entire profit margin be received for a single replacement part. Im not saying that Cuisinart doesn’t make the best machine out there. I have enjoyed owning this one. The adjustable blade and nesting bowls have been a nice feature. It’s all nicer looking that the Kitchenaid I replaced it with. But this is annoying. 8 years isn’t long enough for something this expensive.Date published: 2018-11-20Rated 5 out of 5 by Thomas from This is the BEST! I purchased this in September of 2017 and since then have used it about twice a week. After reading through the reviews I felt I had to put my two cents in and balance some of the negative statements. First off, cleaning. I have the 2.0 version (the one being sold currently as I write this) and cleaning is a breeze. Everything goes in the dishwasher and comes out perfect. I remove the rubber seal (very easy to take out and put back) and it all goes into the dishwasher with barely a rinsing. No problems with anything stuck in any crevice. Second, William-Sonoma Special. Yes, this is a unique Cuisinart and does not work with other Cuisinart parts. That could be an issue but the set of blades and slicers is very sufficient for almost any need. And it comes with a lockable box to keep everything in. Finally, weight and storage. Yes, it is heavier but no mater how much I put into the appliance it does not budge when running. Yes, it is tall and doesn't fit in any of my cabinets either. It could go in the pantry but I like keeping it on the kitchen counter for easy access. So, all in all not only would I buy it again, I've given them to friends for birthdays, weddings etc. and they all tell me they also love it. Hope this helps some of you make a decision.Date published: 2018-11-09Rated 1 out of 5 by Beth from I hate this food processor I got it for a deal at a Williams Sonoma Outlet, now I am way sorry, what a piece of junk, its so heavy, hard to clean, I want to dump it , and go back goole ole 11 cup cuisinart.Date published: 2018-10-17Rated 1 out of 5 by Doy D from Not your typical Cuisinart quality I bought this food processor when it was first available. I quickly realized that it could replace any weight lifting program, but as long as it worked as well as it cost, I was good with it. Within months it has stopped working. Williams Sonoma was wonderful about replacing it without question. Unfortunately, after a couple of years of very limited use, the second one stopped working as well. We simply threw it away (and that kind of broke my heart as it had a ton of accessories, but they were no good without the actual processor.) In fairness, all other Cuisinart products we've owned have been top notch. In fact, we now have the Cuisinart 11 cup processor. Not only is is half the weight, it's MUCH easier to store and does a great job!Date published: 2018-06-01Rated 1 out of 5 by Koko from Disappointment!! I replaced my Cusinart 11 cup for this model. Such a disappointment!! It doesn't chop the food as good. The bowl cracked after the 3 rd or 4th use. Food gets stuck in the lid. I love to shred my own cheese and it has been a pain to clean. I now wish I would've paid the different and got the Breville 16 cup model. I loved my other Cusinart products, so I didn't think I would be let down.Date published: 2018-03-25