Reviews and Problems with Proctor Silex Belgian Waffle Baker
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Decent Waffle Maker!
6 January 2014
Excerpt: Wanted a cheap waffle maker, and found this in the store. I didn't have the money to buy a more expensive, plus I only make waffles occasionally. It is cheap, but does get the job done. I don't really have any complaints about it. Overall, everything is decent about this product, and I'm happy every time I make waffles. Owned it over a year now and there has been zero issues with it, it's great if you only play on making waffles a few times a month.
Summary: I thought I would just get a little something for me being I used to be the only one in the home that ate waffles. Then I got this waffle Maker. Now the whole family suddenly loves waffles. Shipped & received on time and well packaged.
Summary: This waffle maker does a good job of cooking waffles. It is too small to feed a family without it taking forever to make enough waffles. It has a familiar problem with waffle makers, it is hard to clean off completely. Batter always drips down sides and in crevices and is next to impossible to clean completely. Overall it is a good product but not great.
Nice waffles, BUT... latch mechanism is defective.
20 February 2012
Summary: Jan 16, 2012 This little waffle baker does a pretty darn good job of making waffles, BUT it was not very well built. After making a few waffles, the latch that holds the lid down flew off. It was really difficult putting it back on. Then time I used it, the latch came off again. It's really frustrating since you really do need the latch to work for this thing to make proper waffles. Finally, I tried to push the latch back on, but a plastic part of the lid broke off.
This Belgian Waffle maker does the job, but it's nothing special
19 February 2012
Excerpt: About a year or so ago, I finally redeemed all my Coke Reward points and got this Proctor-Silex Belgian Waffle Maker. In retrospect, I'd probably save those points up for something better, but it was afterall free.
Summary: I was very excited to find a waffle maker this inexpensive! It works very well for the price, though there are a few small issues. The amount of batter it says to use for each square is not enough. The corners don't fill out and the ridges don't raise with just 1/4 cup. I usually use a 1/4 cup scoop for each square and an additional scoop divided between them. However, if you use too much, the batter leaks out the sides, and it's somewhat hard to clean.
Excerpt: We received this Proctor Silex Waffle Iron as a wedding present and have loved it so much! The main thing I love about it is the material that is on the waffle iron--I never have to spray pam on the waffle iron and the waffles never stick (this could also have to do with my recipe)
Summary: Hello! We got this waffle maker as a gift for my mother on her birthday. Unfortunately, it didn't work well and we decided to throw it out after two attempts and get her another one. The waffles don't bake well, the settings don't tell you when the waffle is done, and it leaks batter unnecessarily all over the counter! My husband and I make waffles at home on our waffle maker every week and know how to make a good waffle, but this iron doesn't perform.