Grade: A (click here for grading scale)

This food processor is a commercial model, meant for use in either the home or professional kitchen. When I hear the word “commercial” in a product name, I expect the product to perform consistently many times per day, everyday, for years. I believe this Waring model fits the bill.

The biggest difference between this Waring model and the other food processors typically reviewed here on the Food Processor Guy is the power of this machine. The 3/4 horsepower motor enables to machine to smoothly and effectively process your food items, while holding up over months and years of use.

With this added quality comes added cost. The Waring WFP 11S is more expensive than the typical home food processor model, however if you intend to use the food processor frequently it will be worth the added cost. If you are not likely to use the food processor daily, or at least several times per week, then I would suggest going with a high quality, less expensive model like the Cuisinart DLC-10S.


  • 2.5 Quart (10-Cup) bowl
  • Liquilock Seal System (Safety feature)
  • 3/4 Horsepower Motor
  • Extra Large Feeding Tube
  • Serrated S-blade for Chopping/Mixing
  • Adjustable Slicing Disc
  • Whipping Disc
  • Reversible Shredding Disc
  • 5/64 inch Grating Disc
  • 15.5lbs
  • 5-Year Motor Warranty
  • 2-Year Parts and Labor Warranty

Besides the powerful motor designed to be used in a commercial setting, this food processor looks like an attractive and high quality small appliance. You will enjoy having this particular food processor setting on your kitchen counter, as it is very well designed. The only drawback to this particular model is the increased purchase price, and depending on your intended use may not be worth the money.

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