I had a Hamilton Beach (got it for about $70). It wasn't bad.
I did some research before buying an expensive one, and got a Breville. Would have purchased Kitchen Aid, but didn't like the online reviews.
I think the biggest thing is determining exactly what you're going to use it for, and then match the functions with that.
I don't make a lot of smoothies, so that feature isn't necessary (I do have a blender attachment on another appliance if I really needed it - my dedicated blender was given to my son when he set up housekeeping)
I have heard the Ninja is a reasonably good machine, but I've no personal experience.
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it's cool because my mom garbage picked a food processor for me; it was new never used, and it was old! so whatever one you buy it'll work great it depends how often you'll use it if you're going to use it a lot get one that's nice probably somewhere between $50 or more and if less then $50 or under these are just suggestions but like other people said look around and look at reviews too good luck! food processors are so cool! :)
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