Waring Pro Stainless Steel Professional Waffle Maker

Waring Pro Stainless Steel Professional Waffle Maker
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Once you try a rich and buttery waffle made in this professional-quality waffle maker, you'll never go frozen again! Extra deep pockets allow you to create thick Belgian waffles right in your own kitchen. A rotary feature lets you cook one side at a time to ensure even baking and perfect results every time. From Waring Pro.

  • Includes waffle maker, measuring cup, and drip tray
  • Audio beep tones when waffle is ready
  • Rotary thermostat/browning control knob
  • Toggle on/off switch
  • Ready/power on LED indicators
  • Measures 16-1/2"W x 9-1/2"L x 8"H
  • UL listed; 1-year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Made in China

About Waring Pro

The Waring Heritage: Over 70 Years of Manufacturing Commercial-quality, High-performance Products for the Kitchen

Waring, universally known for introducing the first blender to American consumers, is one of today�s leading manufacturers of small, professional-quality appliances for the home, food service, hospitality, and laboratory industries. The company was acquired on May 9, 1998 by Conair Corporation, which also owns Cuisinart. Waring has a manufacturing plant in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania.

Based in Stamford, Connecticut, Waring manufactures kitchen appliances in two product segments: Waring Pro — a line of professional quality consumer products that includes blenders, juice extractors, citrus juicers, food slicers, drink mixers, a waffle maker, toaster, and deep fryer — and the Commercial Division, which includes the foodservice and laboratory industries.

The Waring Heritage

Waring's roots date back to 1936 when an inventor named Fred Osius approached Fred Waring — a popular entertainer of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s — with his latest invention. Osius was seeking support for a new mixer that would revolutionize people�s eating habits. Waring, who had just finished a radio broadcast in New York's Vanderbilt Theater, was intrigued with Osius's mixer, and agreed to back the new product — even after the prototype failed to work the first time.

Six months and $25,000 later, the prototype still didn't work. However, Waring's background as a mechanical engineer kept up his enthusiasm and he ultimately helped perfect the final product. With his support, the engineering and production problems were solved in time to introduce the new ''Miracle Mixer'' at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago in 1937. The Waring Blendor name was adopted shortly thereafter, and in 1938, the product was officially renamed the Waring Blender.

New Innovations Spur Sales Through the Decades

World War II temporarily halted blender production, but in 1946 Waring sales took off again as consumer demand grew. Product innovations continued with the introduction of color-coordinated blenders with solid-state controls, and attachments that crushed ice and ground coffee. In the 1950s, new uses for the blender were constantly emerging — including applications in research laboratories. In fact, Dr. Jonas Salk used a Waring blender with an aseptic dispersal container attachment to develop his lifesaving polio vaccine. In 1956, Waring became part of the Dynamics Corporation of America.

During the late 1960s and 1970s, design and engineering breakthroughs by Waring led to the creation of a more versatile blender that was more efficient and widely affordable. While maintaining its leadership position in the blender market, Waring capitalized on its strong brand recognition and expanded its product line with a broad range of fine-quality kitchen appliances such as hand mixers, an automatic citrus juicer, and the Waring Ice Cream Parlor. In 1977, amid the continued success of its blender and other product lines, Waring purchased a 72,000-square-foot facility in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania.

Waring Diversifies with New Kitchen Electrics

Fred Waring died in 1984, but his vision for a top-quality blender lived on as the Waring company continued to manufacture an innovative line of top-performance blenders for home and commercial use. That same year, the company's acquisition of the Acme Juicer Manufacturing Company gave Waring a leading position in juicers for the health food industry. Waring continued to diversify its product line with the Waring Vortex blenders and the under-cabinet Blendor/can opener. In 1985, the company created two new product divisions — Waring Pro and the Commercial Division.

Waring kicked off the new millennium with a host of new products, building on its strong position in the kitchen electrics market. The company broadened its market reach with everything from deep fryers, food slicers, and waffle makers to convection ovens, ice crushers, and wine chillers. The company also unveiled a new look in its blender collection with the Waring Pro RPM blender, featuring vintage styling taken directly from Waring's 1947 blender design archives. In 2007, Waring launched the company's first electric martini maker and professional induction cooktop, which brings the benefits of flameless cooking to the kitchen.

In 2008, Waring entered three new categories for the company with two popcorn makers, a yogurt maker, and a cordless wine opener. One year later, the company debuted a deep fryer with a 1.3-pound capacity, which features an immersion-style heating element for fast heating and quick oil temperature recovery time.

Entering a new decade, Waring further diversified its already broad product collection in 2010 by introducing more than 10 kitchen appliances in both new and existing categories for the company. New products included programmable coffeemakers, immersion hand blenders, juice extractors, hand mixers, and a double Belgian waffle maker. In 2011, Waring entered the slow cooker category by debuting a 6.5-quart slow cooker, toaster ovens, and cool-touch toasters for 2 — 4 slices. Looking ahead, Waring is well positioned to continue its legacy of professional performance by offering new products that reflect the company�s commercial heritage, while incorporating technology and innovations in design.

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K22349 - Waring Pro Stainless Steel Professional Waffle Maker 4 5 209 209
best waffle iron i ever bought I love this machine. It heats up quick and cooks great. makes them pretty quick too. 05-24-11
Best Item I've Ever Ordered I keep this on my kitchen counter. It makes the best waffles I've ever had! You can make them soft or crispy. It's an investment since you can get waffle makers pretty cheap, but it was well worth my money! 11-26-10
good hot waffles I bought this waffle maker at least a year ago! Absolutely perfect! I use mine several times a WEEK. LOVE. LOVE THIS ITEM. Best waffles EVER AND EASY TO USE AND CLEAN UP. 08-02-10
My new favorite appliance! I seldom write reviews but felt this waffle maker was worth talking about. HOLY COW, it's AWESOME! Every single waffle comes out perfect Every Time! This same waffle maker was a on a bonus buy price at a large dept. store here and I STILL got it for $20.00 cheaper through QVC. Thanks, QVC! I also brought it to my daughter's home to share the yummy waffles. She and her husband said they were the best waffles ever too! Love love love it! 08-01-10
GREAT Product!!!!! Just received this waffle maker and it is so simple and easy to use. i tried the store bought waffle mix which worked fine, but we really like the recipes that came with the waffle maker. Excellent quality product!! 08-01-10
yummie waffles Have been wanting a good waffle maker for a long time and this one is awesome! I did not receive the little measuring cup but make due with my own. When I saw the price went down $20 I HAD to get it and have used it every weekend since. 08-01-10
Great waffle maker Great waffle maker! First time I made them I doubled the recipe and made like 10 big waffles. Placed a few in freezer the rest in fridge for may husband and son who ate all of them while I was out of town for a few days. Since then my husband makes waffles at least 5 out of 7 days a week. I have'nt used this since but obviously he is enjoying it. I use the recipe on the bisquick box not the one enclosed with waffle maker...those seemed complicated. Would purchase again will earn its cost on lack of purchasing store bought waffles and these also taste great. 07-30-10
Excellent Purchase. Works like they say. Makes excellent waffles. Just got it the other day. 07-28-10
great surprise Works just like it says. Great waffles everytime, It is a largr item and requires extra storage space, Great buy. 07-26-10
The Best This machine is very easy to use. It also makes perfect waffles>:) 07-23-10

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