Waring - WFP11S - Food Processor with 2.5 Qt Batch Bowl

SKU: 95334
Price: $447.00/EA
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Chop, grate, slice, and shred with the Waring WFP11S professional grade food processor. Featuring a 2.5 quart batch bowl, the WFP11 is great for a wide variety of food prep applications. The stainless steel “S” blade can be used to chop, puree, mix, or grind foods while 3 additional discs are perfect for slicing, shredding, and grating. An extra-large feed tube helps cut back on prep time and lets you steadily work your ingredient of choice through the processor. Standard ON/OFF and Pulse push paddles make it simple and easy to manage your mix speed. Tired of opening your old processor only to find half the contents still intact? The clear bowl and cover let you see when your mix is at the desired consistency. Forget the knife and cutting board, upgrade to a Waring food processor today!

Food Processor with 2.5 Qt Batch Bowl Features

  • Commercial food processor
  • 15 in (H) x 7 in (W) x 13 in (D)
  • Sealed, clear-view 2 1/2 Qt batch bow
  • Vertical chute feed design
  • Polycarbonate batch bowl
  • LiquiLock™ seal system locks blade in place for easier, safer pouring
  • Includes: WFP111 S-Blade, WFP118 5/32 in slicing disc, WFP115 5/32 in shredding disc, WFP113 5/64 in grating disc, WFP112 detachable disc stem
  • ETL listed
  • 2 year parts & labor warranty
  • 5 year motor warranty
  • 2 year parts & labor warranty
  • Amps: 6
  • Volts: 120
  • Bowl Capacity: 2 1/2 qt
  • Continuous Feed: Yes
  • Discs Included: 3 Discs
  • Horsepower: 3/4 HP
  • Speed: 1 Speed

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  • Q:

    where is made from?
    how many watts for this food processor?
    Asked on 12/2/2015 by Kim

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      This unit is made in China. This unit also operates at 720 Watts.

      Answered on 12/3/2015 by Chris from Boulder
  • Q:

    Is this processor appropriate for making lots of raw almond butter? Or is there another model?
    Asked on 5/26/2012 by Bob from Salt Lake City

    1 answer

    • A:

      I recommend a Robot Coupe Blixer for making almond butter. There are several different sizes so be sure to invest in one that can handle the quantity of almond butter you plan on producing.


      Answered on 5/29/2012 by Molly from Boulder, CO
  • Q:

    Do you have a spacer for an old Waring food processor? Model #FP510
    Asked on 8/19/2011 by Rosemary from Valencia CA

    1 answer

    • A:

      I am sorry, that part is obsolete. If you would like, the manufacturer mentioned that you can send in your disc and they can rivet on a metal hub so you can still use the food processor. The only downside is that you will not be able to use the disc and S-blade in tandem anymore. There is a small fee for each disc. If you are interested, please contact our sales team at 1.888.388.6372.

      Answered on 8/23/2011 by Molly from Boulder, CO
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