Updated 19 Jun 2018

Breville

the Kitchen Wizz Peel and Dice BFP820BAL

Snapshot: The Breville the Kitchen Wizz Peel and Dice BFP820BAL food processor has one speed and a storage box for attachments. How does it rate?

the Kitchen Wizz Peel and Dice BFP820BAL
Consumer score
SCORE
Avg price

$800

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Test results

Overall score
84
Performance
?/10
Ease of use
?/10

Good points

  • Excellent at slicing carrots, grating cheese, kneading pastry (with the processor blade), chopping breadcrumbs and emulsifying mayonnaise.
  • Excellent at making pesto in the mini-processor bowl.
  • Very good at making curry paste in the mini-processor bowl.
  • Controls are very easy to use.
  • Three chutes (large chute has a safety locking system).
  • Sealed bowl shaft so less likely to spill and easier to clean.
  • Very stable on the bench during processing.
  • Digital display has count-up and count-down timer.
  • Storage box for all attachments (although it’s bulky to store).
  • Comes with two different-sized processing bowls.
  • Reversible blades.
  • Adjustable slicing blade.
  • Comes with 11 blade attachments including a potato peeler, julienne blade and dicing disc.
  • Motor has 25-year warranty.
  • Comprehensive instructions with guides and recipe cards.

But

  • Some blades are accessible by hand through the small chute.
  • Processing blade is very sharp, so you need to take care when handling.
  • Bulky parts are fiddly to clean.

How we test

Overall score includes:

Performance (60%): Based on how well the food processors performed across a range of processing tasks: slicing carrots, chopping breadcrumbs, grating cheese, kneading pastry and emulsifying mayonnaise. If a processor has a blender attachment, we puree soup. If it has a mini-processor we make pesto and curry paste. These additional tests don’t contribute to our overall score.

Ease of use (40%): We also looked at how easy it was to use the controls, read the labels, lock and release the bowls and attachments, and clean and store the unit.

Key data

Model

Avg price
$800
Style
Standard

Specifications

Power (watts)
2000
Weight (kg)
13.9
Maximum bowl capacity (L)
3.6 - Also has smaller-sized bowls
H x W x D (cm)
48 x 26 x 21

Features

Double feed-chute
Yes - 3 chutes
Dishwasher safe
Yes - processing bowl and lid top shelf only
Blender attachment
No
Dough blade
Yes
Slicing blade - fine
Yes
Slicing blade - coarse
Yes
Parmesan blade
Yes
Whisk
Yes
Mini processor
Yes
Citrus press
No
Centrifugal juicer
No
Reversible blades
Yes

More Info

Notes
Processor blade performs better than dough blade for pastry. Processing bowl and lid may occasionally be washed in the dishwasher (top shelf only). Disc spindle, blades and disc dishwasher safe.