Robot Coupe Food Processor Model Guide

Robot Coupe Food Processor Model Guide [2022]

The Robot Coupe food processor is a unique and innovative product. It’s in another league with many other types of food processors and comes in many different models. But today, we’re going to be taking a deep dive into the different types of Robot Coupe food processors.

To professional chefs, the name Robot Coupe is likely no stranger. If you are looking for a high-end, long-lasting food processor that will make your cooking easier and better than ever before, then Robot Coupe is the way to go. This is the kind of kitchen appliance that makes cooking easier and faster. They’re also much more versatile than traditional blenders, food processors, or mixers – just a few of the reasons why we love them so much!

However, buying a Robot Coupe food processor isn’t as simple as just walking into a catering supplier and picking one off the shelf. There are many different models with unique features that can help you prepare any type of food in an efficient manner. In this blog post, we will cover all the details about each model so you know which one best suits your needs!

What Is a Robot Coupe Food Processor?

A Robot Coupe food processor is a high-quality food processing machine designed for heavy-duty use. They are very popular in professional kitchens, as well as with those who enjoy making their own home recipes and want to make them quickly and efficiently.

Where Are Robot Coupe Food Processors Manufactured?

The company, which has been operating for more than 50 years, develops inexpensive and very durable products in both France and the United States.

Robot Coupe is a well-known worldwide supplier of food processors, vegetable slicers, cutters, mixers, blenders, and juice extractors. You can use their equipment with confidence since it is simple to operate and comes equipped with a number of features to make your life simpler.

What Sets Robot Coupe Apart from Other Food Processors?

Robot Coupe food processors are known as being very durable, easy to clean, and powerful enough even for the toughest tasks. Most of the different machines come with a large number of features including many different blades that can handle almost any job you throw at it.

They also have special functions like dough kneading which is great if you want fresh bread or pizza dough on hand all the time. They are built strong enough that most people will never need one heavier duty than this!

Does everything else compare to Robot Coup? Of course not – but if quality matters then no other brand comes close in the under $1500 range.

What Are Robot Coupe Food Processors Used For?

One of the other amazing things about this brand is that their products can be used for such a wide variety of tasks. Robot Coupe food processors are designed for high-speed and quality fruit or vegetable processing. They can be used for everything from making fresh fruit and vegetable juices, to pureeing soups and even kneading dough for bread!

Here are a few of the functions of a Robot Coupe food processor:

  • Slicing
  • Pureeing
  • Mixing
  • Grinding
  • Chopping
  • Julienning
  • Shredding
  • Kneading

What Does a Robot Coupe Food Processor Come With?

To perform these tasks, many models come with a continuous feed attachment and all models come with a cutter bowl attachment. They often come with an assortment of discs and a blade designed specifically for the volume they are made for. Some also have special features like scraper arms and timers which are great for precision cooking.

Furthermore, some machines offer multiple speeds while others use just one – it all depends on what kind of product you want at the end! And while some other brands might require that you buy additional items separately, every single Robot Coupe model comes equipped with everything needed right out of the box.

There are some models that don’t include discs, but these usually have other features that make up for this. Of course, don’t get me wrong, you CAN buy additional attachments if you want to, but you don’t have to.

How do Robot Coupe Food Processors Work?

A Robot Coupe food processor has a powerful motor that is used to run the blades. It also comes with an adjustable speed setting depending on what you are trying to make. All of these components work together seamlessly to help turn your fruit or vegetables into exactly what you need, quickly and easily!

What are the Different Types of Robot Coupe Food Processors?

So, before we get into the individual models of the advanced processing machine, let’s talk about the different types. There are four main types of Robot Coupe food processors:

Cutter

The cutter-type food processor is compact, making it easy to store in cabinets or on shelves. It comes with different blades that are suitable for chopping, shredding, mixing, and kneading. It includes the cutter bowl attachment as standard and can perform all of these tasks quickly and efficiently.

The processor has a speedy 3000 rpm speed, so it can even produce smooth sauces or mousses. It’s mainly used by caterers, or in small restaurants and shops.

Slicer

The slicer has a wider range of functionality than the cutter. Despite its name, it can not only slice, but grate, ripple cut, dice waffle, julienne, and puree. Best suites to small catering establishments, restaurants, and shops, it comes with an impressive 48 different discs for all of these functions, and also comes with the vegetable preparations attachment.

Cutter and Slicer in One

This handy 2-in-1 device combines the best of both eh cutter and slicer above. It comes with both the vegetable and the cutter bowl attachment and a wide selection of discs to match its impressive range of functionality. With this machine, you can slice, mix, knead, ripple cut, julienne, grate, dice, shred, chop, and even make french fries! If you own a catering establishment or restaurant, this machine will definitely speed up your efficiency.

Blixer

A blender and a mixer in one, this type of Robot Coupe food processors are great at transforming raw ingredients into liquidized foods. A Blixer can easily prepare pureed, raw, semi-liquid, liquid, and pasty foods. Primarily used in hospitals, nursing homes, or restaurants, it comes with the blender mixing bowl and is great for shredding, chopping, and mixing.

What Are The Different Models of Robot Coupe Food Processors?

So now that we’ve had a look at the four different varieties of Robot Coup, let’s dive into the models in more detail:

R201 XL

The Robot Coupe R201 XL is a high-performance food processor that is perfect for heavy commercial use. It comes with a powerful 550-watt motor, and the machine weighs only 10 kilograms, making it easy to move around if necessary. It’s capable of slicing, grating, julienning, chopping, kneading, and grinding – it can even prepare sauces.

The R201 XL has an extra-large half-moon hopper that can hold up to six salad tomatoes in one go, and blitz in a matter of minutes! It also has a cylindrical hopper, ideal for precisely cutting long vegetables like carrots. The composite cutter bowl is a decent 2.9-liter capacity and is capable of a range of functionality. And it comes with a patented blade, pulse control, and an included stainless steel smooth blade, 2mm slicer, and 2mm grater.

With its sturdy stainless steel blades, this model offers great value for money.

Key Features

  • Induction motor
  • 550 wattage
  • 1500 rpm speed
  • Composite 2.9 L cutter bowl

R201 XL Ultra

 

The Robot Coupe R201 XL Ultra is very similar to the standard 201 XL described above. It also features a powerful 550-watt induction motor and weighs a similar 11 kg.

It has the same half-moon hopper as well as a cylindrical hopper for adding longer-shaped vegetables easily. It has a patented blade, pulse control, and a stainless steel smooth blade, a 2mm slicer, and a 2mm grater that you can use to easily prepare meals in minutes.

But the main difference is the cutter bowl. Instead of being made of plastic, the Ultra features a stainless steel model which is much more durable. This means, that the bowl is ultimately more likely to last longer, and give you more value for your money.

Capable of all the functionality of the 201 XL – slicing, grating, julienning, chopping, kneading, and grinding – this model has all of the features you’d need in a professional food processor!

Key Features

  • Induction motor
  • 550 wattage
  • 1500 rpm speed
  • 1 blade, 1 slicer, and 1 grater disc included
  • Stainless steel 2.9 L cutter bowl

R211 XL Ultra

R211 XL Ultra

The Robot Coupe 211 XL Ultra is another incredibly multi-functional machine. Although it was designed for veg prep, it’s suitable for all-around use and can easily chop, emulsify, slice, grate, ripple cut, and julienne.

At 13 kg this model is slightly heavier than the Ultra R201 XL described above and it features the same 550-watt induction motor and 1500 rpm blade speed. In the box, you’ll find a half-moon hopper, a cylindrical hopper, and the same upgraded stainless steel 2.9-liter cutter bowl. It also comes with a stainless steel smooth blade, 2mm grater, and 2mm slicer.

The main difference with the 211, is the slightly heavier weight and the ejection which is continuous as opposed to in bowl like the other two models. This means that you can add additional ingredients t the bowl while your Robot Coupe is still blitzing. This continuous feed can save a lot of time in your food preparation process.

Key Features

  • Induction motor
  • 550 wattage
  • 1500 rpm speed
  • Stainless steel 2.9 L cutter bowl
  • 1 blade, 1 slicer, and 1 grater disc included
  • Continuous ejection feature

R301

Robot Coupe 301 ultra series D

The biggest upgrade so far, the Robot Coupe 301 certainly brings a much more significant change to the table. The multi-function machine comes with a powerful 650-watt induction motor and weighs a chunky 20 kg. It has the same two hoppers in terms of shape, but the half-moon hopper is also a different capacity. The larger 1.6-liter size means it was designed for much bulkier vegetables like cabbages, lettuces, and onions.

The cutter bowl is 3.7 liters as opposed to 2.9, so you get significantly more space, and sticks with the continuous feed. However, this model does drop back down to composite plastic construction as opposed to stainless steel. It also comes with a composite motor base to match.

The included attachments have also been treated to an upgrade. You get three discs with the 301 instead of two: a 2mm slicer and a 4mm slicer, and you also get a 2mm grater and a 6mm grater. It also comes with a stainless steel smooth blade and pulse control for more precise processing.

Furthermore, the bowls and lids are removable which makes them much easier to clean.

Key Features

  • Induction motor
  • 650 wattage
  • 1500 rpm speed
  • Composite 3.7-liter cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature
  • Removable bowls and lids for easy cleaning.
  • 1 blade, 2 slicers, and 2 grater discs included

R301 Ultra

robot coupe R301

The 301 Ultra was a similar upgrade to what the 201 Ultra was to the 201. Most of the functionality of the food processor is the same – the same motor wattage, the same composite motor base, the same 1500 rpm blade speed. It also features the same larger 1.6-liter half-moon hopper and the same increased number of disc attachments. It also has the same larger 3.7-liter cutter bowl size – but this is where you do get a few notable differences.

The bowl is once again made from stainless steel, which means it’s a lot more durable and will last a lot longer. Strangely enough, this also seems to make it slightly lighter as it only weighs 19 kg as opposed to 20 kg.

Key Features

  • Induction motor
  • 650 wattage
  • 1500 rpm speed
  • Stainless steel 3.7-liter cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature
  • Removable bowls and lids for easy cleaning.
  • 1 blade, 2 slicers, and 2 grater discs included

R401

 

Another significant upgrade, the R401 model Robot Coupe food processor. Featuring a 700-watt motor, this model is much more powerful than the previous two. It also features a much larger cutter bowl at a whopping 4.5 liters!

This is equipped with a continuous ejection system, so you can easily add ingredients to the machine mid-processing. The large cutter bowl is made from durable stainless steel and matches the metal motor base. The bowl is designed with a detachable lid, making it easy to use.

You get all of the previous discs and blades included – a 2mm slicer and a 4mm slicer, and you also get a 2mm grater and a 6mm grater. And it still features the larger 1.6-liter half moon hopper and handy cylindrical hopper, but these are made from a much thicker and more durable plastic than the previous models, giving the processer an overall sleeker look.

Similar to the 301 Ultra, the 401 also has a detachable bowl and lid for easy cleaning. But, unlike the previous version, it has an automated lever-operated restart for convenience and faster performance. It’s also slightly lighter still at 18 kg.

Key Features

  • Induction motor
  • 700 wattage
  • 1500 rpm speed
  • Stainless steel 4.5-liter cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature.
  • Automated restart function for convenience and faster processing
  • Removable bowls and lids for easy cleaning.
  • 1 blade, 2 slicers, and 2 grater discs included

R402

 

The R402 Robot Coupe food processor is where the brand changes things up a bit. This model has a more powerful still 750-watt motor, and it’s also the largest and heaviest of the models so far at 21 kg.

Built for a range of functionality, it can process a huge range of ingredients. It also has slightly more functions than previous models: it can chop, dice, slice, knead, grind, grate, ripple cut, julienne, blend sauces, emulsify, and even french fry.

It’s also the first Robot Coupe food processor model to feature multiple speed options. It has a single-phase 500 rpm or a three-phase 750 rpm speed for vegetable prep functionality. The cutter function features the familiar 1500 rpm that we’ve seen on other models.

The bowl is the same 4.5-liter capacity stainless steel model we saw on the 401, and it also has the same size 1.6-liter half-moon and cylindrical hoppers as previous models. The stainless steel smooth blade is also included – as seems to be the standard – but the disc attachments are different. This time, they include a 2mm slicer, a 3 mm grater, and 8x8x8 dicing equipment.

Key Features

  • 750 wattage
  • Multiple speed options for better functionality – 500 rpm or 750 rpm
  • Stainless steel 4.5-liter cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature.
  • Removable bowls and lids for easy cleaning.
  • 1 blade, 1 slicer disc, 1 grater disc, and dicing equipment included

R402 V.V.

 

The R402 V.V has both positive and negative changes. First of all, the motor is a powerful 1000 watt speed, making it suitable for a range of food processing tasks. The cutter bowl is a large and hefty stainless steel one at a generous 4.5 liters in capacity, with the usual continuous ejection feature.

This model also has an automated restart function for convenience and faster performance, a removable lid for easy cleaning, and a large 1.6 liter half moon hopper. The stainless steel smooth blade is included but, with this model, that’s as far as attachment inclusions go as it doesn’t come with any discs.

It does, however, feature much more speed options than the previous model. It has 300 to 1000 rpm for the vegetable slicer, and 300 to 3500 rpm speed for the cutter. This opens up a world of options for chefs, allowing them to process delicate fruits and vegetables at slower speeds while opting for the higher speed to produce quicker results. It is also the bulkiest model yet though, at 22 kg.

Key Features

  • 1000 wattage
  • Powerful induction motor
  • Removable lid for easy cleaning.
  • Stainless steel smooth blade included – no disc attachments.
  • Stainless steel 4.5-liter cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature.
  • Automated restart function for convenience and faster processing
  • Multiple speed options – 300 to 1000 rpm or 300 to 3500 rpm

R502

R502

The R502 Robot Coupe food processor is the first three-phase model to be introduced. It has a range of different upgrades and, surprisingly a few downgrades too. The first is the 900-watt motor – slightly less powerful than the previous model. And similarly, it doesn’t come with any discs as standard and these have to be purchased as an add-on. But that’s where the downgrades end.

Designed for an even larger range of functionality, this machine is suitable for restaurants serving up to 300 people per night. It can chop, emulsify, slice, grate, julienne, knead, grind, dice, french fry, and create smooth sauces.

The cutter bowl is the biggest yet at a 5.9-liter capacity with continuous ejection. It’d made from stainless steel for added durability and features a soft-touch handle for grip and comfort. It also features an adjustable speed range of between 750 rpm and 1500 rpm.

The hoppers are also much larger. The 1.6-liter half moon has been upgraded to a 2.2 liter. it features the same cylindrical hopper as all the other models, but also comes with a 39 mm exactitube pusher.

This is the first model in the series to include an attached scraper arm, allowing you to scrape the lid and edges of the bowl without stopping the machine. Plus, it also features a countdown and stopwatch timer for maximum recipe precision.

Key Features

  • 900 wattage
  • Large 5.9-liter stainless steel cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature.
  • Removable lid for easy cleaning.
  • Stainless steel smooth blade included – no disc attachments.
  • 750 rpm to 1500 rpm speed
  • Larger 2.2-liter half-moon hopper, and cylindrical hopper, and a 39 mm exactitube pusher.
  • Soft-touch handle for a comfortable grip.
  • Attached scraper arm to scrape the lid without stopping the machine
  • Countdown timer included

R502 V.V.

R502 V.V.

The R502 V.V. is almost identical to the R502 – but only to look at s there are quite a few other major changes. The primary one is that the motor jumps right up to a 1500 watt power – the most powerful on a Robot Coupe food processor yet. It’s also single-phase again, instead of the three-phase version we saw in the R502.

However, there are many similarities. The large 5.9-liter stainless steel bowl remains the same, and the half-moon hopper is also the larger 2.2-liter size. It comes with a 39 mm exactitube pusher, metal motor base, included stainless steel blade, continuous ejection feature, and comfort handle.

It also features the included scraper arm and handy timer that we saw in the previous model. It also features several different speed settings. In fact, it has the same ones that feature on the 402 V.V.: 300 to 1000 rpm for the vegetable slicer, and 300 to 3500 rpm speed for the cutter.

Key Features

  • 1500 wattage
  • Large 5.9-liter stainless steel cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature.
  • Removable lid for easy cleaning.
  • Stainless steel smooth blade included – no disc attachments.
  • Larger 2.2-liter half-moon hopper, and cylindrical hopper, and a 39 mm exactitube pusher.
  • Soft-touch handle for a comfortable grip.
  • Attached scraper arm to scrape the lid without stopping the machine
  • Countdown timer included
  • 300 to 1000 rpm speed setting for the vegetable slicer, and 300 to 3500 for the cutter

R752

R752

With a few changes from the previous model, the R752 is the second three-phase model in the series. It’s the largest of the lot and comes with the largest motor. The whopping 1800 watt beast is capable of powering through even the toughest ingredients.

The R752 also comes with 750 rpm to 1500 rpm speed settings, pulse control for precision, and a metal motor base. The cutter bowl is also the largest yet at a 7.5-liter capacity, and it’s made from durable stainless steel for long-lasting cutting. It also features the comfort handle and continuous ejection of previous models.

It once again comes with a cylindrical hopper and a 39 mm exactitube pusher. The half-moon hopper is also the largest yet at 4.4 liters. Unfortunately, it doesn’t come with any discs, however, it features the best blade on any model we’ve seen yet. A stainless steel detachable, adjustable smooth blade is included in the box.

You’ll also find the handy scraper arm and countdown timer for easy, precise cooking.

Key Features

  • 1800 wattage
  • Large 7.5-liter stainless steel cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature.
  • Removable lid for easy cleaning.
  • Stainless steel, detachable, adjustable smooth blade included – no disc attachments.
  • Largest 4.4-liter half-moon hopper, cylindrical hopper, and a 39 mm exactitube pusher.
  • A soft-touch handle for a comfortable grip.
  • Attached scraper arm to scrape the lid without stopping the machine
  • Countdown timer included
  • Three-phase model
  • 750 rpm to 1500 rpm speed settings

R752 V.V.

R752 V.V.

Featuring a powerful 1500-watt motor, this model is the largest of the Robot Coupes in the V.V. sub-range. It is a single-phase model and most of the sizes are similar to the standard R752.

It has a large cutter bowl at a capacity of up to 7.5-liters, with the same removable lid and continuous ejection feature. Just like the R752, it comes with an attached scraper arm – perfect for easily scraping food off the side without stopping your machine. The countdown timer is included too so you can time cooking perfectly every time.

It also has a cylindrical hopper and the largest half-moon hopper like previous models at 4.4-liters. It also comes with the exactitube pusher, metal motor base, and stainless steel, detachable, adjustable smooth blade. The main difference between this one and the previous model is the speed settings. The 752 V.V. runs at 300 to 3500 rpm for the cutter and 300 to 1000 rpm for the vegetable slicer.

Key Features

  • 1500 wattage
  • Large 7.5-liter stainless steel cutter bowl with continuous ejection feature.
  • Removable lid for easy cleaning.
  • Stainless steel, detachable, adjustable smooth blade included – no disc attachments.
  • Largest 4.4-liter half-moon hopper, cylindrical hopper, and a 39 mm exactitube pusher.
  • A soft-touch handle for a comfortable grip.
  • Attached scraper arm to scrape the lid without stopping the machine
  • Countdown timer included
  • 300 to 1000 rpm speed setting for the vegetable slicer, and 300 to 3500 for the cutter

What Should You Look for in a Robot Coupe Food Processor?

So, now that we’ve gone through all of the Robot Coupe food processor models, let’s take a look at what you should consider before purchasing one.

Size

Size is a very important thing to consider before purchasing a Robot Coupe. As you can see from above, the sizes of the different models can vary drastically, and this can also have a dramatic impact on the price.

Before deciding on a purchase, you’ll want to make sure that you’ve chosen something that is both large enough for what you currently need it for and fits comfortably in your kitchen. You may also want to think about scalability – will you need to purchase another one if your restaurant or catering business grows?

Capacity

Another thing to consider is the capacity of your food processor. If you’re running a catering business, you’ll want something that can process hundreds of pounds in one day and handle large batches on demand. But if it’s just for domestic use or small restaurant businesses – then smaller capacities may be suitable too!

Efficiency

This refers to both energy efficiency and efficiency from a productivity point of view. Make sure to check the energy ratings on any piece of catering equipment before you buy it, as this can have a massive impact on how much it costs to run long term.

Also, think about the efficiency of your kitchen. Your food processor should speed up your cooking process, so it’s important to find one that fits in with the rest of your kitchen and equipment.

Motor Performance

The motor is one of the most important parts of a food processor. Make sure to check its wattage and what speed settings it has before you buy it – this will affect how much power your machine can put out, which affects processing time.

Ease of Cleaning

Ease of Cleaning

Cleaning is an essential part of running a kitchen. And difficulty to clean appliances not only make this process more tedious but can take up an awful lot of time. Make sure to purchase a food processor that is easy to clean – not just the removable parts but also any other nooks and crannies!

Safety Features

Safety is one of the most important things to consider when purchasing catering equipment. Make sure that your food processor has all the relevant safety features, including automatic shut-off and lid lock function.

Extra Attachments

As we’ve seen above, some models come with attachments included in their purchase while others do not – so keep this in mind before you buy! Do you want discs included or would you rather buy a larger model and purchase your attachments separately?

Features

If a timer and a scraper arm sound like essential features that you need, then look for a model which has them included. Similarly, with any other features of the various Robot Coupe food processor models, make sure to look through the list of features and see which ones you need.

High-Quality Bowl

There are two main varieties of bowls in these types of food processors – composite plastic or stainless steel. Stainless steel bowls are more durable and also last longer as they don’t break as easily, whereas composite plastic is more affordable.

Price

Price is another essential thing to consider before buying any catering equipment. Make sure that your desired model has all the necessary functions for a fair price, so you can get both values for money and peace of mind!

Warranty

Last but not least, make sure you check the warranty on your new Robot Coupe food processor. You’ll want to make sure that it’s a good one with adequate protection in case anything goes wrong!

What is the Difference Between a Robot Coupe and a Regular Food Processor?

Robot Coupe Food Processor

There are countless differences between a Robot Coupe food processor and a regular one! First of all, Robot Coupes are great if you’re looking for excellent performance and durability. Specifically designed for a professional high-use catering environment, they are made from high-quality materials and come in a range of sturdy models.

Another thing to consider is the capacity of your food processor. If you’re running a catering business, you’ll want something that can process very large volumes of food each day and handle large batches on demand. But if it’s just for domestic use or small restaurant businesses – you may want to choose a smaller model that will save you money!

The blade systems in particular aren’t like the regular blades that come with many other food processors – they can last much longer and are much sharper. This, paired with their incredibly fast motors – going up to 1800 watts – makes them capable of chopping through much tougher ingredients than household processors.

Robot Coupes also have safety features that most other food processors don’t – including an automatic shut-off function that turns the machine off in case of any problems. This is fantastic for peace of mind when you’re using your model daily.

And the final thing is the price, which can vary depending on what features you need. Of course, like most professional catering equipment, Robot Coupe food processors as usually more expensive than your standard household mode.

Nonetheless, they are well worth the investment for the power and efficiency they bring to a commercial kitchen. Plus, they can usually be used for many years to come – often without any problems.

Why do You Need a Robot Coupe Food Processor?

There are several advantages to purchasing a Robot Coupe food processor. A robot coupe is an ideal option if you’re tired of hand-grinding, chopping, combining doughs, and cutting your food by hand. This machine can do all of this for you in a matter of seconds.

A food processor is also great if you have the need to process large quantities of ingredients at once or handle many different tasks from chopping up vegetables to making doughs, purees, and more. That’s exactly what these machines are built for – they’re made to get tedious, time-consuming, and tough jobs done in an efficient and effective manner.

Robot Coupe food processors are also great for making your business much more profitable by increasing the speed, efficiency, and capacity of a commercial kitchen as well as offering outstanding consistency across all tasks. This is crucial if you’re running any kind of catering service or professional restaurant where every meal needs to be made to the highest possible standards.

You can save time by ensuring that all of the ingredients are properly measured and prepared in advance. Plus, it can even save you money as you’ll have no need to buy pre-made sauces and juices anymore!

What Are the Benefits of Buying a Robot Coupe Food Processor?

Robot Coupe Food Processor

There are many great reasons to buy one – all depending on your specific needs. Firstly, they’re incredibly versatile and have an impressive range of functions that can handle just about anything you throw at it. From mincing ingredients to kneading dough, pureeing vegetables, chopping nuts, grinding coffee beans, and much more – these machines can do it all.

There are many different advantages to purchasing this type of model over other kinds of kitchen equipment. Here are just a few:

  • Outstanding performance – these machines can handle big batches with ease and get through tough ingredients fast, no matter the size of your business.
  • Faster processing – these machines can process many kinds of food very quickly with their fast motors and sharp blades, which means you’ll be able to get more done throughout the day.
  • Incredibly safe – Robot Coupe models are equipped with safety features that will stop working if they detect any problems meaning it’s safer to use.
  • Tough and durable – these machines are made to last a long time, and if used properly, the likelihood of breakage is slim.
  • Great for large batches – if you’re looking for a food processor that can handle big batches then this is the right choice for you! This also ensures that everything is of the same standard.
  • Professional quality – these machines are built to last and produce much better results than standard household models.

These benefits mean that robot coupe food processors are great investments, whether you’re looking to use them in your home or commercial kitchen setting. It’s definitely

FAQs

Question: What Does a Robot Coupe Do?

Answer: A Robot Coupe food processor is a type of commercial food processing machine that is used to prepare a wide variety of foods in a very short amount of time. Chefs can process any type of ingredients with ease and accuracy due to the sharp blades, fast motor, and tough design.

Question: What Makes Robot Coupe Different from Regular Food Processors?

Answer: A Robot Coupe is much more powerful than other commercial or standard combines and processes ingredients for you. Many models have their own specific features.

Question: What are the Benefits of Buying a Robot Coupe Food Processor?

Answer: There are many great reasons to buy one – all depending on your specific needs. Firstly, they’re incredibly versatile and have an impressive range of functions that can handle just about anything you throw at it. From mincing ingredients to kneading dough, pureeing vegetables, chopping nuts, grinding coffee beans, and much more – these machines can do it all.

Question: Where is Robot Coupe Manufactured?

Answer: Robot Coupe food processors are made in France and the United States. These are high-quality machines that ensure you get the best results every time.

Question: What is Included with a Robot Coupe?

Answer: Generally, each model comes with its own specific accessories and attachments. This includes discs for different functions such as grating or chopping ingredients very finely, and a blade to slice ingredients.

Question: How Much Does a Robot Coupe Food Processor Cost?

Answer: The price varies depending on each specific model, however, they are an investment that will pay for themselves over time as they’re incredibly durable and efficient. They can also help save you money by helping you cut back on labor time and making sure all ingredients are processed to the same standard. On average, they can cost from $500 to well over $1000.

Question: What is the Life Expectancy of a Robot Coupe Food Processor?

Answer: One of the best things about a Robot Coupe food processor is that it can last a lifetime. They’re incredibly durable and tough, which means you can use them often without worrying about breaking or wearing out the machine.

Robot Coupe Food Processor Model Guide: Conclusion

So, if you’re looking for a dependable commercial food processor that will provide quality results time after time, Robot Coupe is the right choice. They’re powerful and versatile machines with safety features to ensure your ingredients are processed in an efficient manner. The only thing left to do now is deciding which model would be best suited for your needs!

All of the models above are excellent choices – it just depends on your specific catering business as to which one works best for you.

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