I’ve been asked to do this short review for a long time by a bunch of our readers, and I finally found some time available to make it happen.
It’s going to be one of my standard reviews, and if you’re a long time reader you should already be familiar with the form pretty much. It’s my reviewing template I’ve constructed years back when I was starting out, and it served me more than well so far so I don’t see any reasons to change it now.
Ok, here’s what is going to happen. I’m putting this out there just in case someone new decides to show up and give this Cuisinart dlc-2009chb review a read. For all of you out there reading us for the first time I’ll show you and guide you through all of the steps included in my reviewing method.
Here’s what’s going to happen:
We’ll primarily learn a bit more about this food processor before anything else. We’ll have to see a bit about its characteristics and see why we should even consider buying it. It’s where we get the initial introduction to the product and see what the manufacturer itself had to say about it. It’s a great way of kicking things off since you can see later on what of the manufacturer’s specification corresponds with what the users themselves had to say about the product. It’s cool when everything matches on both sides, but more often than not there will definitely be discrepancies between what the manufacturer had to say about its product and what the customers who actually used it in real life gave as a feedback. That’s pretty normal though. We all expect a little bit of pure marketing from the manufacturer, but it’s all good as long as we can temper it with feedback from the users.
After we’ve had out initial lift-off with this food processor, we can get on with the review and officially start our PROs and CONs section. It’s where we list out some of the good sides of the product, but also the bad ones. In my opinion that’s the best way to get what’s behind every product. You see the good sides, but you temper that with some features people didn’t like as much, or didn’t like at all. It’s my way of giving you a complete picture and preparing you to see whether this is the best food processor for you or not. So, after the initial approach we’ll go over some good and bad sides to see if this food processor merits our attention.
Finally, after it’s all said and done I’ll give you my own opinion formed during the writing of this review.
The best thing about this food processor is that it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles other models do, which makes it a lot cheaper than most of the commercial food processors. It features almost the same functionality, but at the much lower financial obligation J That’s why I decided to do this review in the first place, because I really like these “gems in the dirt”. I really enjoy the feeling of being able to offer my audience something they can really enjoy, and that saves them money on top of that.
This food processor has a lot things going for it, I’ll start with that. For example, it’s excellent when it comes to chopping onions; it minces parsley like crazy, and grinds Parmesan cheese without any difficulty whatsoever. It’s also a master when it comes to slicing pretty much anything, kneading dough, or cutting some julienne strips. The controls are pretty intuitive and even a person who’s not all that tech savvy will be able to use it without any hardships. You can wash all of the parts in your dishwasher, so you won’t have to consult any of those guides on how you’re supposed to clean your food processor correctly. It’s also surprisingly quiet while you use it, which is not something you see often in food processor. One more thing I really need to mention is the fact that the customer service is amazing. Customers all around the world praise it highly, so I felt it was my obligation to mention it.
As far as the negative things are concerned, there’s only one. People have complained about the lid and discs and how they can be somewhat of a pain to assemble properly.