Model #BFP-703BC

Internet #313823334

40 oz. 7-Speed Chrome with Food Processor Button Countertop Blender

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Highlights
Enjoy a frozen drink, crush enough ice for a crowd, and prepare hors d'oeuvres for a party with the Cuisinart BFP-703 Smart Power Duet Blender/Food Processor. Seven speeds, 1-just for ice crushing and one for food processing, make this Blender/Food Processor a powerful kitchen helper. The smart choice for everyday home cooks and chefs extraordinaire.

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Product Overview

Enjoy a frozen drink, crush enough ice for a crowd, and prepare hors d'oeuvres for a party with the Cuisinart BFP-703 Smart Power Duet Blender/Food Processor. Seven speeds, 1-just for ice crushing and one for food processing, make this Blender/Food Processor a powerful kitchen helper. The smart choice for everyday home cooks and chefs extraordinaire.
  • 3-cup capacity work bowl
  • Cover with feed tube and pusher with liquid dispenser
  • 40 oz. glass blender jar
  • Electronic touchpad controls
  • Easy-to-view water window
  • Ice crush button
  • All removable parts are dishwasher safe
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
13.2
Product Height (in.)
15.5
Product Width (in.)
7.4

Details

Appliance Type
Blender
Base Material
Die-Cast
Blade Material
Stainless Steel
Blender Jar Capacity (oz.)
40
Blender Jar Material
Glass
Blender Type
Jar Blenders
Capacity (L)
1.18
Color/Finish
Brushed Chrome
Color/Finish Family
Chrome
Dishwasher Safe Parts
Yes
Features
No Additional Features
Includes
Recipe Book
Number of Speeds
7
Preset Blending Functions
Chopping,Ice Crushing,Mixing,Pulse,Pureeing
Product Weight (lb.)
10.6
Returnable
180-Day
Small Appliances Color Family
Black
Small Electric Product Type
Blender
Wattage (watts)
500

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Classified
Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Warranty

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Blender Jar MaterialPlasticGlassPlasticPlastic
Wattage (watts)1000 W500550550
Preset Blending FunctionsMilkshakeChopping,Ice Crushing,Mixing,Pulse,PureeingIce Crushing,PulseIce Crushing,Pulse
Blender Jar Capacity (oz.)13.5406060
Number of Speeds6755
Capacity (L)11.181.771.77
FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Appliance TypeBlenderBlenderBlenderBlender
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Customer Reviews

  • 50 Customer Reviews
  • 4.1 out of 5 stars overall
77% of customers recommended.
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Good for a little bit
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It worked for few months. Mind all I do is Atural juices (greens). It burned out and haven’t been able to replace it. CS not helpful.
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So so
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I've only used it twice and while i live the design and size I'm still not sure if xcx i like how it works. I tried crushing ice and it was disappointing as it was inconsistent. I also pureed pumpkin and that took forever. I usually love my Cuisinart products but this one so far has not worked as well as my cheap old blender.
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Not working DUET 500
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Not working properly... only 1 year. Motor very irregular
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Two great appliances in one.
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I like the fact that the blender is glass, i can use it for a variety of foods and not worry about it absorbing flavors. The crushed ice feature is GREAT for margaritas. The food processor is simple to switch out and easy to use.
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A great product.
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awesome product with a combination of options. We love it!
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Replacing My Old Blender
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Unfortunately I made a mistake. I thought the name was good and so was the product. Why would anybody redesign the blender, I'll never know. This design doesn't allow the food to slide down easily. I do hope when I crush ice the plastic gears don't break. All I wanted was to replace a blender that I had for 30 years, that the motor burned out. Only time will tell if this machine last as long or not.
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Fantastic blender, good small basic food processor
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I got this as a housewarming gift a little over three years ago. I’d had cuisinart food processors before, both mini-prep and full-size (9-cup), but I was outfitting a new small kitchen from scratch and didn’t currently have either a food processor or a blender, so I figured this would take care of both and have a small footprint, since counterspace is at a premium. Well, it performed very well in both roles, unlike many hybrid devices that don’t do either job really well. Granted, as a food processor it is limited by the smaller bowl size, but I live alone but have a tendency to prepare too much food so the size actually encouraged me to make smaller portions of things. It has the basic blades: cutting/mixing in the bowl, and then a disc (it rides on an add-on disc stem shaft, which is unfortunately easy to misplace) that grates in one position and slices when flipped over. Unlike Cuisinart’s full-size processors, no other accessories (like the thin-slice and thick-slice discs, or a plastic dough blade) are available for this model, but it was good enough for most basic work. The Duet really shines, however, as an outstanding blender. The heavy, thick glass jar is more indestructible than you might think a glass jar would be; I gasped a few times when my clumsy hands dropped it on the kitchen linoleum or in the metal sink, but was surprised each time to find it unscathed, without even a crack. (Nonetheless, neither I nor Cuisinart recommend dropping the jar). The base and top fit well so there is no leaking of liquids; the plastic inset in the top is easily removed to facilitate adding liquids during blending, which works really well for adding warm/hot oil for blender mayonnaise/hollandaise. Alas, I should have realized that the glass blender jar was much better suited to hollandaise making than the plastic food processor bowl, and either the hot oil or my dishwasher ended up distorting the center upright tube of the bowl that fits over the spindle, from circular to oval; the exterior circumference of the bowl warped ever so slightly too, making it just a bit harder to lock the lid in place to operate it. It still worked, but it was a bit more difficult to close and open the bowl. I figured if it got too bad I would just order a replacement bowl. However, I didn’t get a chance, because a little over three years after the purchase, the motor burned out. This was just beyond the warranty period, naturally. I didn’t realize that this model only has a three-year limited warranty with no extra years of protection for the motor, as most of Cuisinart’s full-size food processors do (one I am eyeing right now has a 5-year warranty for most things, with 10 years on the motor. Of course, those models are more expensive, with heavier-duty motors, and in all likelihood they will outlive even that more generous warranty — my mom had a bare bones 10-cup model hat lasted more than 20 years without a problem). Maybe I strained it too much trying to pulverize vegetables with pulpy, stringy stalks — I don’t remember if it was celery for soup or some herb — but if it had been one of their more standard food processors, I’m pretty sure it wouldn’t have harmed it. So I’m torn now: should I limp along with a fairly decent blender (different brand) I got used cheap, and spend more for a 9-cup single-use processor, or get another Duet for $30 less? (I have spare blades/discs and blender jar in case of breakage/loss)
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SATISFACTORY
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I had a very large food processor, so thought this would be a good replacement killing two birds with one stone.I find it to be cumbersome; unlike the blender only I replaced. I haven't tried the food processor yet, but not terribly happy with the blender part.
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Bad Buy
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It broke in a couple of months. I love cuisinart products. But my experience with this particular product is unpleasant. If i tell anyone it's not working, they wouldn't believe. The product looks new, barely used and yet, a total waste. I must get a refund or replacement.
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Great for blending frozen smoothie mixes & making milk shakes!
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