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Waring WMK300 Belgian Waffle Maker, Brushed Stainless

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  • Professional-quality Belgian waffle maker with extra-deep pockets
  • Rotary feature produces crisp crust and soft interior; browning control knob
  • Audio beep tone and LED indicators for "power" and "ready" provide foolproof performance
  • Brushed stainless-steel housing and brushed die-cast base; UL/CUL approved
  • Measures 16-1/4 by 9-1/4 by 7-3/4 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Description

WARING WMK300 -- This professional quality Waffle Maker has extra-deep pockets to produce the thickest Belgian Waffles you can get anywhere! A rotary feature ensures even baking on the top and bottom, and produces a crisp crust and tender interior. Brushed steel housing and base UL/CUL approved Limited One Year Appliance Warranty

From the Manufacturer

The Waring WMK300 professional waffle maker brings a new level of performance to making Belgian waffles at home. The unique 180-degree rotary feature of this heavy-duty waffle maker ensures consistent baking and even browning. The result is a perfect, large, round, restaurant-style Belgian Waffle with extra deep pockets to hold fruit and syrup for breakfast, or ice cream and sauce for desert. A 6-setting browning control, LED indicators and audio signals ensure foolproof performance, waffle after waffle.


  • Extra deep waffle pockets allow for thickest Belgian waffle in industry
  • Rotary feature ensures even baking on top and bottom
  • "Power" and "Ready" extra large LED indicators
  • Audio beep tones indication when waffle is ready
  • Rotary thermostat/browning control knob
  • Brushed stainless-steel housing and brushed die-cast base
  • UL/CUL approved
  • Limited 1-year appliance warranty
  • Measures 16-1/4 by 9-1/4 by 7-3/4 inches

Product Information

Product Dimensions 23 x 23 x 11 inches
Item Weight 9 pounds
Shipping Weight 12.4 pounds
Department Small Electrics
Manufacturer Waring
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number WMK300
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4.4 out of 5 stars 624 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #252,708 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#253 in Kitchen & Dining > Small Appliances > Waffle Irons
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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By Debbie Lee Wesselmann TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 15, 2005
The Waring Pro Belgian Waffle Maker will look familiar to most people who have stayed at a hotel that offers a complimentary continental breakfast. The waffle maker is usually located next to the toaster, with cups of batter nearby. Those continental breakfasts are a huge reason why I now own this waffle maker: my husband fell in love with the idea of owning one ourselves.

The operation is simple. Plug it in and wait for the iron to preheat. Brush or spray a little oil on the surface (first waffle only.) Pour batter on the nonstick grid, close the top, rotate the handle, and wait for the machine to beep when the waffle is done. Rotate the iron back to the original position, lift the lid, and remove the waffle. The whole cooking process takes about five minutes. The only real trick to operating this waffle maker is finding a good recipe. I didn't bother trying Waring's selections and instead found my favorite recipe online.

If you use a cooking spray instead of brushing on oil, make sure that you use the kind for grilling and high heat cooking. The original Pam leaves a sticky residue since it is not meant for such temperatures. A good, flavorless oil works best.

The whole thing cleans up in minutes, if not seconds. The nonstick grids release the waffles so cleanly that I never have to clean it. Too much batter poured onto the surface might require some exterior clean-up, but the removable metal pan underneath the waffle iron can be easily hand-washed. A temperature control allows you to control the darkness/crispness of your waffles. The manufacturer suggests a setting of 4; I found that I had to set it to 5 before I got an adequately crisp result.
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I can't say enough about the quality of the Waring Pro. It makes excellent waffles. The construction is everything the engineer in me wants in a waffle iron. A drawback to this unit is that it takes up quite a bit of room. As was suggested in another review, we store our Waring on the counter top where it looks great.

We have now used the waffle maker for almost a year and find we have waffles for lunch often. My review is slightly changed to reflect more of what we have learned over the last several months.

My wife and I are not accomplished chefs so we struggled with recipes. Thus I want to comment on three things: seasoning the grids, recipes and cook time.

Regarding seasoning:
The directions indicate seasoning with cooking spray or oil; we initially preheated the Waring and then sprayed the grids with Mazola Canola/sunflower spray. We were never happy with the way that worked (we may have been too generous with the spray). My wife finally used a spatula and paper toweling and wiped between the grids. The waffles are coming out fine.

It is important to re-season the Waring which we do about every three months. We found out the hard way what happens when you don't re-season; the waffle stuck to the grids and it wasn't fun getting it out. The directions in the manual tell you what to do if a waffle sticks. It is worth reading.

Regarding recipes:
We tried about four recipes before my wife went to the library and found the following recipe in a newer Betty Crocker cookbook. This is the only recipe we use.
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The previous reviewer pretty much said it best. Many thanks to Waring and Amazon for saving me about $650, cuz I was about to break down and buy a restaurant waffle baker! As far as I'm concerned, this is the only [home-use] waffle maker in existence. I only wish that it was available sooner! I've gone through about 4 wafflers (I'm really not that fond of wasting my time and money) trying to find one that could make a restaurant-style Belgian waffle. Well, this is IT! You would have to spend *AT LEAST* another $400 to get anything remotely like it - and even then, you'd likely never be able to use it in the average home. My grandmother took one of the rejects - in fact, she just called to tell me what a horrible job it did! This unit makes 1-inch thick, deep-pocket, restaurant-style Belgian waffles - and it makes 'em fast too! They even include a measuring cup so you can put in just the right amount of batter. And it looks pretty cool, as well. Anyway, do yourself and your Belgian waffle recipe a great service by buying this unit... this is the only *affordable* waffle maker that can do the job right!
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By A Customer on September 14, 2003
My kitchen is littered with the remains of victims of my search for the perfect waffle maker (7 at last count). While on vacation last summer we stayed at several motels that offered free continental breakfasts. Three of them offered do-it-yourself waffles using wonderful commercial waffle makers by Heartland and Carbon. These make perfect waffles, crisp on the outside and steamy tender on the inside, and they all use that method whereby your pour the batter on the hot grid and then close the top and flip/rotate it over. This simple act separates the home waffles from the commercial restaurant-style waffles (try putting on oven mits and turning over your countertop waffler!).
Problem is these commercial flipover wafflers aren't available to the home consumer, only to restaurants and motels through some kind of franchise deal. Occasionally you can find used ones on eBay for pretty princely sums and they use 220 volt electrical outlets, not something the average kitchen has! I was surfing on the web and voila! I came across the Waring WMK300, which is a consumer version of these commercial wafflers. It hasn't sacrificed quality or build but the price is a lot less. It works exactly like the retaurant models and has non-stick grids, the flipover handles, and signal lights and beeps to tell you when the waffle is ready. It doesn't even take up that much space. And best of all, the waffles come out superbly, golden crispy on the outside and fluffy inside. The consistency is amazing (there is a browness control) and it takes common 120 volt electricity with 1200 watts of heating power (most home units are 650-1000 watts).
The only problem is they are in short supply, either out of stock or due shortly. Buy yours now, you couldn't make a wiser purchase.
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