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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon April 10, 2008
Unlike the previous reviewer, I don't really have a problem cleaning this - you really just need to wipe it down with a wet cloth. I happened to get this at Target for $8, so considering the price I paid, I don't really have anything bad to say about it. My only warning is that if you are cooking for more than 1-2 people, you'll probably want to get a model that makes more than 2 waffles at a time. Also, even though this is nonstick, I know people sometimes still grease things like this - DON'T unless your aim is for soft waffles. I find you get crispier waffles if you don't grease/spray it and they don't stick (though they are a tiny bit harder to get out, but just pull a bit with a fork and it's no problem). Overall, while this certainly isn't top of the line, it suits my needs just fine. Also, I only use this once every few months so I don't know how well it would hold up to daily/weekly use.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on December 15, 2009
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My Toastmaster Waffle Baker is the best thing ever for making perfect waffles. By the time I'm through mixing my batter, it's already heated up and ready to go. It's very easy to clean and the slim design is perfect for storing right on my countertop. When it's standing up, it's so cute that it almost looks like a purse. We just love it... did I mention it makes delicious waffles too? My daughter liked ours so much that she wanted one for Christmas. Highly recommended and what a great price for this wonderful little appliance.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 21, 2012
this is a great waffle maker i got mine almost a year ago and the waffles come out really good and i never get any non stick coating in my waffles and i never flip the waffle maker and instead of using the 3 large eggs as noted for regular waffles i use 4 small eggs and the waffles come out nice golden and fluffy
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on February 19, 2014
The words "easy clean" written on the surface of the waffle maker seem like a cruel joke. If you have ANY spillover (and you will, because there is no reservoir to catch spillover), you will be scraping gunk out of crevices with a toothpick or tiny paring knife for at least 20 minutes, followed by cleaning the entire outside of the machine, including the power cord. I gave it two stars because the waffle iron does work, makes nice waffles, and has lasted 9 years with occasional use. I don't like to use it often because it is such a pain to clean. At least it wasn't expensive.
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on January 31, 2014
It is like they are laughing in our faces when they put "easy to clean" on the waffle maker because they have to know how difficult it is to clean they made the product, my girlfriend stayed up half the night trying to clean this antichrist of an appliance and it was to no avail. She said you had to wait for all the gunk to dry and then she had to use a toothpick to try and pry out all the left-over remnants. If i could give this product zero stars i would.
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on August 22, 2014
I have owned this waffle maker for two years and I love it. Waffles are very easy and do not stick if you do NOT use a spay oil. I have even used gluten-free mixes (which typically stick) and the waffles do not stick. I am getting one for my daughter. I don't know what these reviewers are doing to create such a mess. Maybe they are over-filling. I have even made blueberry waffles and had no stick, no mess.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 25, 2009
This waffle iron is flippin impossible to clean. No overflow area around the outside means that it literally spills all over the outside of the machine (including the power cord) when using. For a good guide to buying a decent waffle iron, check out Alton Brown's Good Eats episode titled "the Waffle Truth".
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on May 4, 2012
There is nothing good about this so-called Belgian waffle maker. The cooking plates are very shallow, unlike an actual Belgian waffle maker. So, of course when cooked the batter expanded and bubbled out onto the counter and into places with wires where cleaning is impossible. And the batter sticks to the cooking plates. There is no way to pull the waffle off without tearing them apart, even after I sprayed oil on the cooking surfaces. And it has no temperature controls. And it has no off/on switch.
I had a waffle maker from the 1970's that worked for 30 years till it quit. There is no reason why Toastmaster can't make them like that nowadays. Knowing how cheaply made Toastmaster products are, they fully expect me to re-purchase within one year. My advice is for us to inquire as to the country of origin before purchasing. If it is Chinese made, you know what to expect. And, it is Chinese made, over 7000 miles of pollution get spewed into the atmosphere just to bring it to your home. And, purchasing Chinese made products supports exploitation of labor, so famous in China.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 12, 2008
Claims to be "easy clean"--what a joke. I hate this waffle maker. It is IMPOSSIBLE to clean. Move on.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 20, 2013
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I bought this as a gift for my friends, as far as I have heard they have enjoyed it and not had any issues.
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