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KRUPS MasterPro Plus Popular brand San Francisco Mall in the world Food Model 704 Processor

KRUPS MasterPro Plus Food Processor Model 704

$24

KRUPS MasterPro Plus Food Processor Model 704

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Item specifics

Condition:
Used: An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is ...
Power Source:
Electric
Custom Bundle:
Yes
MPN:
704
Number of Speeds:
10, Variable
Capacity:
.8 L
Energy Star:
Not Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty:
None
Voltage:
120 V
Features:
Pulse Function
Components Included:
Base, Blades, Bowl, Chopper, Container, Cutter, Lid, Motor Base, Slicer, Top/Lid
Finish:
Glossy
Manufacturer Color:
White
EC Range:
A - G
Bundle Description:
Complete Set
Color:
White
Material:
Plastic
Appliance Uses:
Fruit, Puree, Vegetable
Brand:
Krups
Type:
Full-Size Food Processor
Model:
704
Number of Blades:
3
Country/Region of Manufacture:
France
Power:
250 W
Number of Settings/Programs:
10
UPC:
Does Not apply











KRUPS MasterPro Plus Food Processor Model 704

Nanaimo, Parksville and Area

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May 20, 2022
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