Moulinex DFC7 Odacio 3 Reviews
Product Type: Moulinex food processors
Description:Model ID DFC7 / Brand: Moulinex / Short name: Moulinex DFC7
Newest Review: ... jug to the floor. I bought it for nearly £50 but that was years ago, and I dont think they maufacture this model anymore but ... more
Customer Moulinex DFC7 Odacio 3 Reviews (3)
by - written on 29/09/11 (Very useful, 615 readings)
I had Moulinex food processor for the past seven years. It is cream colour- and did look a bit outdated in my kitchen but still all the jobs a food processor could do. It was of good quality and even with our rough usage, it lasted for seven years. It broke because I accidently dropped the liquidiser jug to the floor. I bought it for nearly £50 but that was years ago, and I dont think they maufacture this model anymore but I have still seen some going on ebay. It has a 3 Litre processor Bowl and a 1.5 Litre liquidiser jug. Both are made of plastic. The attachments include- dough tool citrus press grating disc- small and large slicing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/09/10 (Very useful, 206 readings)
Well, so I wanted a food processor that was very easy to use and did the standard things you expect from a food processor, and my choice fell on this Moulinex DFC7 Odacio 3. At first gaze, I noticed that it looked really nice, with a very charming and sort of modern shape and design, all though in white therefore fitting with the style of my kitchen. I`ve taken notice in the fact that the price of this product bounces up and down a bit, but when I bought it, I paid 38.99, which I think to be a really good deal, as this is a solid and good functioning food processor, not really bringing all that many disadvantages to the table. A food processor can be used for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/10, updated on 10/07/12 (Very useful, 397 readings)
About eighteen months ago I decided that my food processor, after many years of use, needed replacing. I'm not one who uses a processor very often, as I don't regularly bake, but there are times when a food processor is very useful. I mainly use it to (occasionally) make cakes and pastry, soups, batter mix for Yorkshire puddings and pancakes, and sage and onion stuffing mix. Because I'm not one who goes in for baking in a great way I was really just looking for a simple processor that was easy to use and clean, and of a decent size. After perusing a few electrical stockists I was most impressed with this Moulinex model ( Odacio 3 model DFC7). Really ... Read the complete review
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