Cuisinart Vertical Waffle Maker
- Vertical design with batter pour spout for simple, spill-free filling
- Bakes 1 round Belgian waffle at a time
- 5-level browning control lets you prepare waffle to everyone's specific preference
- Features Ready-To-Bake/Ready-To-Eat indicator lights and audible alert
- Brushed stainless steel top cover
- Measuring scoop and recipes included
- Measure Cup
- IB Manual
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Of the 778 reviewers who responded, 703 would recommend this product.
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- Not very usable- December 2, 2017
I bought this for my wife because she loves waffles and always wanted a vertical waffle maker. She has used this product a few times and does not like it at all. (In fact, she hates it.) The problem is that the small hole where you pour that batter is so small that you can't add anything like fruit or bacon bits to the waffle. To add anything, you have to use it as a horizontal waffle maker, and when you do the batter sticks and is hard to get a fully intact waffle out. This seems to be a design flaw. She now wants a horizontal waffle maker because this one just does not work well. It is an exercise in frustration every time. Not recommended.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- Nice product- September 22, 2021
Even baking but the pouring down the spout can create an overflow situation despite using the measuring cup so you have a mess at that end of runny batter when the rest is done.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Wafflemaker- April 18, 2019
We've had this for a while now and love it. It is not perfect, but it fits on the counter so well we actually leave it out and USE IT! It does take a little practice to get the waffles to come out how you want them, but that is true of any cooking appliance. It makes fantastic waffles, it's easy to clean, it's attractive enough you don't mind it on the counter with the coffee maker and toaster. Where it falls short is if you like putting fruit or chocolate chips or whatever in your waffles. It can be done by carefully tilling the unit forward and pouring the waffle batter on the open face of the iron and carefully closing it and standing it back up.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.