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VillaWare V2002 UNO Belgian Waffler, Round

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  • 1000 watts of power
  • 7 setting browning control
  • On / off and ready to bake lights
  • Non stick coating
  • Cord wrap
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 9.1 x 4.4 inches ; 4.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007SXISG
  • Item model number: V2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (287 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,223 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The UNO Belgian Waffler, makes 7 1/2" round waffles that are 1 1/4" thick. 1000 watts of power. 7 setting browning control with on / off and ready light to let you know when the waffles are ready to eat. Non stick coating makes clean up easy. The extra thick grids and generous spill trough keep overflows to a minimum. A cord wrap allows for easy storage without tangles. Made of die cast aluminum.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is easy to use and makes perfect waffles.
I like my waffles crispy on the outside and soft on the inside and have found that I need to set the iron at 7 (the max) before they come out the way I like.
B. Cohn
Simple to use, with a green light indicating when the waffle maker is ready and a loud buzz to let you know when the waffles are cooked.
W. Crave

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

142 of 146 people found the following review helpful By Gardenia on August 27, 2005
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After going through several cheap waffle makers in just as many years, I decided to buy a decent one that will hopefully hold up for decades. (I'm optimistic)
I bought this model after reading all the reviews on the Villaware 3200. This model is newer, having shown up here on Amazon 2-2005. The styling is much more attractive than the older model and while a bit more expensive, it's worth it if it's a keeper.

I was impressed with how fast the waffles came out, having made them for the first time this morning. Much faster than the ones I have had before. The waffles were cooked through, reasonably crisp, (the recipe is important and mine might not be the best for crispiness) and released every time.

I brushed the grids with real butter before heating it up and did not regrease.
For cleaning, all I did was wipe it carefully with a paper towel. The clean up is the easiest I have ever had in a waffle maker and the design aids cleanup.

I made the first waffle on the #5 setting. It was cooked through but not brown enough. Subsequent waffles were made at the highest setting. It's important, as the booklet states, to flip the waffle over as you remove it for serving. Has to do with the gravity and settling of the finished product.

The beep is annoying on a quiet morning although useful.

This waffle maker is very solid feeling. The bottom is plastic which is a drawback but the unit as a whole is hefty and has a nice cord storage area that actually works easily.

This is the recipe I've used for years. I had such fun making these waffles this morning, I made a second batch for the freezer.
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199 of 210 people found the following review helpful By Vyshtia VINE VOICE on December 24, 2005
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Why would you want a waffler?

I wanted to start making my own waffles after hearing about how subpar frozen waffles are in comparison to waffles made from scratch. Waffles made from scratch has a lot more versatility, quality, taste, and you can freeze them as well. Make a batch, freeze the extras, and just make more when you run out. I have to agree that these waffles are a lot better than frozen waffles and quality is of importance to me, so I'm sticking to this routine.

What kind of waffler to get?

There are many different kinds and here are some factors to consider:

1. Belgian vs Regular - basically the same batter, yet will taste different when made in these two different styles. The Belgian is bigger and the batter rises more when cooked, resulting in a very light and fluffy waffle. The regular waffle is more dense. Which is better? That's personal preference, but I do like the Belgian more.

2. Shape

There are a lot of different shapes: Round, Square, Rectangular sticks, Mickey Mouse, Hearts, etc.... For regular waffles, Round is best because the heat coil in the waffler is able to spread the heat more evenly so all the edges gets cooked more evenly than with other shapes. This is not that big a deal, but it is of importance to consider.

3. One vs Multiple waffles.

For a waffler to make multiple waffles at once, it would take a lot of electricity and time. Considering those two factors, it's better to have a couple of single waffle makers rather than one waffer that makes several waffles. My sister has one that makes 2 square waffles and she loves that one, but beware of those that make more than 2 waffles at a time.
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51 of 51 people found the following review helpful By B. Cohn on April 30, 2007
We received this waffle iron as a wedding gift four years ago and have been using it frequently ever since. We wanted a heavy duty waffle iron like the food service department had at our colleges, only not as expensive and one that does not require as much counter space, so we got this one.

What is great about this waffle iron:

1. After four years of frequent use the cooking surface is in great condition. Granted, you MUST spray the surface with cooking spray to avoid sticking, but for those of us who forget to do that every once in a while the clean up is easy. I only spray the iron twice while cooking a batch of four to five waffles.

2. Easy storage! We live in a small house and do not have a lot of counter space. It is so helpful that the cord wraps around the base and the iron is light enough to be stored high up in a cupboard so I only need to use one hand to reach it.

3. CLEAN! This is the cleanest waffle iron I have ever had the pleasure of using. Things tend to get messy in this household and I have always been impressed with how easy it is to clean this waffle iron. All I ever use is a clean cloth to wipe down the inside. Occasionally I'll have to scrub the outside if we overfill it and leave it sit too long.

4. It rarely overflows. It seems that whenever we attempt to overfill it the waffle puffs up rather than spill over the sides. This is a great feature, even if it is accidental.

5. I have tried at least 10 different waffle recipes in this iron and they all turned out great. My favorite recipe is the one that is included with the waffle iron when you buy it, but I have temporarily lost the book.

6. I have never had a burnt waffle.
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