If you are looking for a sturdy, well-built waffle maker that can cook two restaurant-quality waffles faster than you can pour coffee, then you have found it: Waring Pro WWM1200SA Double Belgian-Waffle Maker is a wonderful waffle maker (and definitely so far). It does everything Waring promises, and although it has a few small glitches and costs a bit more than most similar models, we believe it’s certainly worth the extra investment.
- Cooks two 1-inch thick Belgian waffles at a time
- 1,400 watts of power
- Rotary feature
- Browning control
- Three audio beep tones
- 2 LED displays
- Waring Pro WWM1200SA is fast! And when we say fast, we mean fast. This powerful waffle iron can produce two waffles in approximately every four minutes once it’s properly heated. And not just any waffles, evenly cooked, perfectly browned waffles. If you have a big family, or like to offer your guests delicious waffles in no time, you’ll never look back with WWM1200SA.
- It not only cooks perfect, restaurant-grade waffles, but it also does it with perfect consistency. The waffles end up just perfect each and every time.
- In addition to true Belgian waffles, you can also use it for any other kind of waffle recipe. The result will be the same every time.
- It’s also well-built with brushed stainless steel exterior and seems sturdy enough to stand heavy use for a few years.
- Although the waffle grids are not removable, we were positively surprised to see how easy it was to clean the batter residue with a damp cloth. That is of course provided that you don’t over use the batter. The included measuring cup is a good indicator of the amount of batter you need to use. If you go beyond that, it can overflow and potentially create a mess. But as long as you use the right amount of batter, cleaning is not a problem.
- A few users indicated that the ready beep comes on a bit prematurely and that they needed to wait a few extra minutes for the waffle iron to be really ready to cook. Although we did not experience this, if your first few waffles end up undercooked, you may try to take their advice and wait for a couple of extra minutes before pouring in the batter.
- This is not a real problem, but we wanted to mention it anyway just for convenience: you need to spread the batter using a spatula or some such if you want perfect waffles. If you expect the waffle maker to do it for you, you will end up with less than ideal shapes of waffles.
Although it’s an older model than some of the models we reviewed like the , Waring Pro WWM1200SA double Belgian waffle maker is a superior model in our opinion. It cooks delicious, perfectly fluffy and browned waffles in no time; it’s easy to use and clean, and definitely well-made. If the price difference will not be a major deterrent for you, we definitely recommend this one.