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Driven by 450-watt power, the Black & Decker FP1600B is great for chopping, dicing, mincing, slicing, etc. The 8-cup-capacity work bowl of this ... More at Overstock.com
This food processor and blender slices, chops, shreds, grates and purees whole apples, potatoes, cucumbers, onions, blocks of cheese or any other whol...
"Not too impressive"
Reviewed by cynthiabro
I would get a smaller food processor. Hopefully it would be easier to clean and less noisy.
Driven by 450-watt power, the Black & Decker FP1600B is great for chopping, dicing, mincing, slicing, etc. The 8-cup-capacity work bowl of this Bl...
"Great kitchen helper"
Reviewed by mvjomama
I found this at a discount store and there was no box or instructions, so they sold it to me for only $19.00. I love . . .
Black and Decker White Blender Jar Assembly BL5000-JA More at Sears
Infrared sensor that finds air leaks along walls, molding, ductwork, and more. Automatic color change provides quick, intuitive feedback, showing user...
Precise control! Slice shred chop mince mix or blend with convenient pulse control or Always On flexibility - this food processor lets you match the r...
The Black and Decker 20V Max battery is a rechargeable lithium battery with a long life. Because it works with a wide range of outdoor equipment and p...
Black and Decker Repalcement Blender Blade for BL-2020 S BL2020S, NEW! 6 Pack Product Description Brand new from factory! Includes 6 cutting blades ... More at eBay
Product Description: The Black & Decker Spacemaker mini food processor doubles as a coffee grinder for twice the appliance in one compact design. ...
Replacement battery pack for Black and Decker models NST2018, NST1810, NHT518, NS118, NPP2018, NPT3118, Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Product Features: Power Type: Battery Powered; Measuring and Layout Tools: Laser Levels, Levels
Reviewed by junker98
Tie a chalk string to it and use it as a plumb weight. It will be more useful that way. When you level with the internal . . .