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Multipro 3Litre Classic Food Processor (Model: FDM786BA)


Retail: R4,260

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This stylish, brushed metal, family-sized food processor has a patented space-saving design to make it the perfect fit for your kitchen. The Multipro comes with its own 1.5 litre glass blender for mixing excellent shakes, smoothies and cocktails. It also has a twin geared whisk and a dough tool, so you can also use your Multipro to add a light, professional touch to homemade pastry, cakes and bread.

Product Features:
  • 3 litre food processor with a range of attachments
  • Makes quick work of tedious kitchen tasks
  • Features a full set of accessories including 
    • Serrated stainless steel knife blade
    • Reversible stainless steel slicing and grating discs
    • Extra fine grater, fine julienne disc
    • Blender jug
    • Dough tool
    • Dual metal whisk
    • Citrus juicer
    • Metal centrifugal juicer
  • Variable speed plus pulse gives more control
  • Premium brushed die cast aluminium power unit
  • In bowl drive increases capacity, allows for easy assembly and cleaning
  • Ultra tough glass blender allows for hot and frozen ingredients
Product Specifications:
  • Power: 1000W
  • Bowl capacity: 3L
  • Working bowl dry capacity: 1.5kg
  • Working bowl liquid capacity: 1.5L
  • Blender capacity: 1.5L
  • Dimensions: 38.7cm (H) x 21.3cm (W) x 21.9cm (D)
  • Warranty: 24 Months (5 Years on motor)



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