Summary: I was looking for a waffle maker that was larger than the old round one we had. After researching the reviews, I decided on this Proctor-Silex, and after one year, I am still happy with the purchase.
Summary: I got this to make waffles like my gram did when I was a kid. Box arrived very quickly, but the plates were greasy as if someone had already sprayed Pam all over it. So gross. I cleaned it up and it works alright.
Summary: Poor design. There are no temperature settings (just plug in for ON, unplug for OFF) and it doesn't heat evenly -- if you leave the batter in long enough to cook the borders, the center "round" (presumably the area covered by the heating element) is overcooked.
Summary: I inherited this iron from my mom who used it for a while, and I've used it for about 4 years. The nonstick surface works really well, all it takes is a squirt of Pam and it's good to go for 8+ waffles.
Not a Belgian (by American standards) Waffle Maker At All!
Roxann Alloway, Amazon
9 May 2013
Summary: This is absolutely NOT an American "Belgian Waffle Maker." The box may be half Belgian (or german, I can't tell), but it's not what you typically look for in a "belgian waffle." The waffle is maybe 1/8 of an inch tall, 4 waffles at once, and very rubbery. It was AWFUL!!!!
Summary: We love this waffle maker. We make waffles in advance and freeze them so we can have waffles at any time. We reheat them in the toaster. This particular waffle iron does good job, we find spraying the cooking spray every third batch is plenty.
Summary: This is a really nice waffle maker. I read quite a few reviews about different waffle makers and am quite happy with my choice. It warms up quickly and cooks the waffles evenly. That was my main concern as our old waffle maker seemed to take forever to heat up.