Waring Pro WMK250SQ 4-Slice Belgian Waffle Maker Review

Pros & Cons:
Innovative, simple, easy to use, and easy to clean. The blue light on the unit is dim and can be missed easily. A beep would do a better job.

Everybody loves to have a quick and easy yet delicious breakfast. Freshly baked waffles with a hint of butter and maple syrup can tempt anyone. If you really want to have waffles which taste like restaurant’s ones, you would be happy to know that Waring has launched its new square-shaped 4-slice Belgian waffle maker.

The waffle iron bakes extra deep 1/2 inch thick square shaped Belgian waffles. The waffle maker’s six settings perfectly brown waffles to your taste, while the nonstick-coated plates easily release them. The waffle iron has brushed stainless steel housing which looks great in any kitchen.

You can bake deeply thick and evenly brown and crisp waffles in no time with easy-to-handle rotary feature and rotary browning control knob. 6 settings option allows you to make custom waffles by making less brown to deeply brown waffles. The unit has blue LEDs to indicate that it is ready to be used and when the waffle is done. Stainless steel drip tray and nonstick coating grids make cleaning a cinch.

The unit is not big as it looks in the image. With dimensions of 5.8 x 4.5 x 12 inches and weight of 4 pounds, the waffle iron is portable and can be handled easily. The product has well-built stainless steel finish with black base. The unit consumes electricity at a rate of 1000 Watts.

The new Waring Pro WMK250SQ 4-Slice Belgian Waffle Maker makes breakfast fun. It is quick and easy and gives you the pleasure of enjoying original, square-shaped Belgian waffles. It makes 6 different types of custom waffles with browning control knob. Small LEDs on the unit suggest necessary course of action (when the unit is ready for the job and when the job is done). Offers trouble-free cleaning with brushed stainless steel housing and nonstick waffle plates.

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