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Proctor Silex 4-Piece Belgian Waffle Maker 26016A (Discontinued)

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Color Silver
Material Plastic
Brand Proctor Silex
Item Dimensions LxWxH 13 x 11.5 x 5.25 inches
Item Weight 3.56 Pounds

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  • Browning control for perfect results
  • Stainless steel exterior for long-lasting beauty
  • Easy-clean nonstick plates
  • Power on & preheat lights indicate when power is on and when to add batter
  • Belgian-style nonstick plates

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Product Description

26016A Features: -Proctor Silex collection. -Exterior material: Stainless steel. -Browning controls for perfect results. -Makes 4 waffles. -Easy clean nonstick plates. -Power on and ready lights indicates. Product Type: -Belgian waffle maker. Indicator Light: -Yes. Non-Stick: -Yes. Primary Material: -Metal. Finish: -Stainless Steel. Grids/Plates Included: -Yes. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -5.2". Overall Width - Side to Side: -13". Overall Depth - Front to Back: -11.5". Overall Product Weight: -6.7 lbs.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Product So Far, At Good Price
By K.D. on August 30, 2016
Note: I just received this product today and was very excited to try and and give feedback. So far I've only used this iron once but I'll update this review as I use the machine more to let you know how it performs and how it holds up over time.

I purchased this waffle iron based on The Sweet Home's review of the iron, after a lot of googling and going back and forth over paying more for premium iron ($85-$100 or more) or taking a risk on a manufacturer i was unfamiliar with. I went with this one because I knew that I would probably not get my money's worth with an expensive iron.

Product Quality/Safety: Some reviews noted that the iron does not seem very sturdy, or would easily topple over, as the base supports the iron only at the center. The lid wiggles slightly (if you purposely move it back and forth), but otherwise I thought the iron was sturdy enough and was not at risk of tipping over if handled with a little caution (i don't think this would be a great waffle iron for younger kids to operate because of this design, though). It's not very heavy but also does not feel flimsy; it has a nice weight to it. The casing does get quite hot (no surprise), and the only safe spaces to grip it are the handle and the base. I cooked 3 batches of waffles, and by the end, the handle was quite warm but not too hot. If you are cooking a lot of waffles at one time, you may need to use a mitt or glove to open the iron. Steam vents out the back of the iron which I think is a nice feature.

The machine cooks waffles in a pretty short period of time (a few minutes) and gets back up to temperature quickly between batches. This iron does not have an audible alert to let you know the iron is hot or your waffles are ready, but there is a ready light and there is a light 'click' when the light activates. This iron also does not have an on/off switch, if that is important to you.

Cooking: As per instructions I cleaned the iron and then wiped the plates with oil prior to the first use. The iron heated up within 3-5 minutes (I didn't pay close attention to this, but I felt that the iron heated pretty quickly). I used a King Arthur Flour recipe for yeasted waffles (that contains a fair amount of butter/fat), which made 11 waffles for me (using 1/3 cup for each waffle section). I had no problems with overflow with this amount of batter. The iron worked great, releasing the waffles with no problem whatsoever, and giving me a crisp exterior and a moist interior. I did not oil the plates again after the first batch and had no problems with sticking, though the amount of fat in the recipe could have had something to do with that.

As far as browning goes, I believe the iron gets a bit hotter with each batch of waffles you make; i reduced the time of cooking slightly with each batch and the waffles generally came out the same color until I got to the lower end of the scale (lighter waffle pic). I would recommend starting halfway or maybe a little less, and figuring out your preferred browning level. The darker waffle was from my 2nd batch with the browning set to a little less than half way. This machine has a sliding scale for browning, with no notches/numbers to help note a favorite level. This may be a minor inconvenience to some, but I didn't find it to be a big issue. Like many irons, the bottom of the waffle iron does get a bit hotter than the top, so the bottom of the waffles are slightly darker than the top.

Overall I am impressed with this iron and look forward to trying different recipes with it. I haven't decided if I am going to get too crazy with my 'waffling', but I will probably try cinnamon rolls and liege waffles at some point and will report back on how the iron performs.
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