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There's good and bad
The good: The machine makes waffles, which are crisp, on the outside, while soft and fluffy, on the inside.The bad: 1) the waffle plates are not removable, for cleaning and, so far, with only one use, that's not a problem; the plates did easily wipe clean, 2) the unit takes about 5 minutes, to preheat, to operating temperature, 3) the provided electrical cord is short and needs an extension, unless you can get it within about 2 feet of a wall socket, 4) the outside of the waffle-making area gets very hot and 5) the unit takes almost a half hour, to cool, after being used.
3Makes legit Belgian waffles, not sad Eggos.
The chicken and waffles photo is from a cooking class I took with a pretty sad waffle iron. It had poor temperature control and made pretty sad soggy waffles. The half eaten waffle with cherry chips is my first waffle I made on this iron. This is a legit machine that can make crisp exteriors with fluffy soft insides. The waffles come out cleanly but if you add melty items inside, you'll want to give it a good wipe. I wrapped a chopstick up in a small piece of damp paper towel and easily cleaned up in between the grooves. I'm extremely pleased with this waffle iron.
5Disappointing - wanted to love it but we don't even like it!
We take waffles seriously in our family. My MIL has perfected a batter and you have to get married to find out the recipe. We bought this to replace a Kitchenaid double belgian waffle maker that got wet and stopped working. What a disappointment. This feels so plastic and cheaply made. Used it for the first time today and I don't expect it to last long. The waffle iron itself is smaller in diameter and depth than the kitchenaid, the batter was constantly spilling out the sides. The waffles to not come out crispy. We tried spray oil, butter and extended cooking times, but the waffles were either floppy or burned. There is no timer - seriously?? I decided to give it two stars instead of one because I realize that we are extra picky aout waffle makers but this oe was just flat out disappointing. The sad thing is I researched and researched and this was the best option I could fine. I realize that small applianes are meant to be disposable these days, but they should at least work well while they work. This one does not.
2Probably the best, deep-pocketed, double, Belgium waffle maker for the money
Paid $75 and ordered via Prime.This makes deep-pocketed waffles, not the thin Belgium waffles that most waffle irons produce. The consistency is very reliable, for both sides of the maker and regardless of whether it's the first or the fourth of the morning. Perhaps the best feature (mostly because almost no other makers have this for under $100) is that it has BOTH a green/orange light to signal readiness but it also beeps!.. priceless if you want to be doing other things in the kitchen rather than staring at the light so you don't burn the waffle.As others have noted, it's lacking a removable tray under the maker so drips will land on the counter.I did own this 10 years ago and after about 5 years of heavy use the Teflon died and we had to toss it. I tried 3-4 other double waffle makers and none were as good so we returned to this trusty one. I was surprised to read about the exploding hinge. I looked at this new one carefully and noted that the rear hinge does articulate, that is, there is some play or looseness that would allow it to expand if you poured too much mix into the machine (which I do 50% of the time!). I have not noticed any issues relating to the hinge or to over-filling.... maybe the design has been updated to give the hinge some flexibility again?Oh, if you put extra ingredients in your mix (fruit, chocolate, yogurt, pecans... we do all!) I would HIGHLY recommend a nonstick cooking spray. Highly.
On first use, the plate and teflon coating melted and attached to the waffle, creating a noxious, toxic odor.
1cuisinart is kameapart i wouldn't buy an unreliable product!
i purchased this item on August 4 2017.it stopped working on may 19th 2018.9 months service out of a 3 yr warranty.of course i call in right away because ... well it's the mighty cuisinart all quality ever lasting and all that jazz. i was told it would ship out in a few days so call back and get the tracking number and you will know when it arrives. that was on a saturday, so i all back on thursday. no action yet but was told they would contact the cuisinart gods and expedite.another week no action and was told the same. 3 weeks go by and nothing. then just thursday june 14th a new one arrives. i waited till saturday evening of june 16 to unpack and set up to make waffles on sunday the 17 father's day. waffles for me and my boys!i even bought strawberries and whipped cream. the waffle iron is plugged in and has the power light and ready light on.THERE IS NO HEAT! it will not pre heat!!this is so disappointing and rediculous!!!feeling robbed and no relief!
1Sturdy construction, easy to use
Bought this as a Birthday gift for my wife. She absolutely loves it. Sturdy construction, easy to use, easy to clean.Ok so honestly I'm sick of waffles at this point. Buttermilk waffles for breakfast? Yep. Loaded potato waffles for lunch? You betcha. Chicken and waffles for dinner? Bet your britches. Cinnamon bun waffles ala mode for dessert, ungh, yeah. If you can make it into a waffle she has and this machine has worked perfectly every single time. She even managed to make cod fritter waffles. Yeah. Cod. Fritter. Waffles. Let that sink in for a minute. They smelled to high heaven but were mind blowing it delicious. I blame this machine.I'm going to die eating waffles since this thing is so easy to use and so robust. Somebody help me.UPDATE: SHES STARTED MAKING SANDWICHES IN IT.....
I use spray oil on for the first waffle only. I do not use non-stick spray, just pure oil. The waffles are very consistent with no surprises. The different settings and batters make for different results but those results are consistent for that setting/batter. I use muffin recipes by adding an extra 1/2 cup milk and it works great. I use the 3/4 cup that comes with it and have never once had any batter come out the side. I do wish it had an audible beep but oh well. I am not a waffle guy so I was surprised that even "crispy" waffles are not as crispy as I expected. I put the toaster on the table and anyone that wants them crisper pops them in. They do not over cook or burn and come out crispy. This is an even better idea for all the waffles I put in the freezer. Take one out, touch the frozen button, hit the start button.....perfect. I use only paper towels for clean up. Yes you do have to take some time with it but it wipes right off. In fact, the only thing to wipe off is moisture. I never had uncooked batter, burned batter, etc. Last comment, it works great but handle it gently. If you have nuts and stuff in the batter, close it slowly giving it a chance to settle. You can break plastic and thin metal if you expect too much from it.
Shipped well. Product box seams came apart in shipping, but it was well protected inside. This is working well and keeps up with feeding our family of five. As long as you spray the grids before each fill, waffles lift out easily. The included measuring cup has a handle that makes it convenient to hang on the side of the batter bowl between uses. Very happy with this purchase.
5Product Design Flaw
I really liked this waffle maker after receiving it. I felt it was designed well and is highly functional and easy to use.I make 2 waffles twice every weekend with this Cusinart WAF-F20 and have been doing so for the last 10 months with great success. I really liked it.Then, one weekend after cleanup, I looked at the rear support post and stared for awhile and asked myself "What an I looking at?"I was dumbfound. The entire housing of this unit's rear support post is made from cheap plastic. Plastic!The center section, which has two sets of coils, one for the upper and one for the lower griddle portion get extremely hot and is within 1 inch of that rear post.Cheap plastic and heat just don't get along. Cheap plastic easily warps, swells, and weakens with heat. Now add to this the ever-so-slight "torque" that's applied every time you turn the unit on its pivot and it hits the stop.This heat on plastic, plus the torque, plus 10 months of use, and the entire rear support post split wide open, exposing the gearing mechanism and the wiring (see the Michael Clark review and pictures).With great frustration, I have been in contact with Conair numerous times for a warranty replacement, and nearly a month later, still don't have the replacement unit. Their customer service seems to need a regular kick in the pants to get moving.So be aware, this unit requires you use "kid gloves" when operating it. Don't clean the unit until it is completely cool and the plastic has firmed back up, and resist applying torque when pivoting the unit, especially when hot.
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