dealswaffle maker, cooks belgian flip for $15.30

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Good deal.
In for one, $22 shipped.

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@xstevejx: Let me explain the difference between Belgian waffles and regular. The regular ones are a little denser because you just pour in and the hot plates on top and bottom cook the batter.

The Belgian cooks on the bottom and then when you flip, the batter spreads to the other side leaving a more airy and lighter waffle.

As to the difference between pancake batter and waffle, the main difference is that you whip the egg whites and mix in after. This aerates the batter making the waffle lighter than the pancake.

BTW - I have this one when it was on Woot a while back and it's great. There isn't much cleaning really. The plates are nonstick. When it overflows, you just wipe it down and the stainless steel plate below catches it. A warning though - the exterior gets very hot.

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Thanks for posting the deal, one fancy waffle maker on the way!!

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Standard shipping: $6.00... even with $1.06 tax, still worth it!

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We can stay up late, swapping manly stories, and in the morning, I'm makin waffles!

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Thanks, I'm in for one. My 6 year old loves waffles...maybe I can get away from the toaster waffles.

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May I also suggest pearl sugar for your waffle batter. makes for a sweet crispy addition....

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@dabills22: Get a recipe for Belgian waffles. There aren't that many ingredients.

Waffles made with pancake batter don't get crispy enough.

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Is it better to get pancake mix or should I get a mix specifically for belgian waffles?

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I bought this same model on Black Friday for $10 (after rebate). I absolutely love it!! Just make sure that you use a pancake mix that has egg, oil and milk not the one that you just add water. You need the oil to keep from sticking and make clean-up a breeze.

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Code worked for me. This is a great price.

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just buy a waffle-bot and it'll make your life easier.
"i love you waffle-bot"
pancakes are for sissys

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Oh, the code works fine I was just missing the last p. Thank you very much for this deal. We were just looking at this in the store and almost bought it. I did the ship to store. Does anyone know if they just pull it off the shelf if they already have it or do they really ship one regardless of in store inventory?

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The waffle maker can be a little hard to clean. The external parts are easy enough to clean, however, like most belgian waffle makers, the plates are not removable. Getting a sponge or towel in there to remove all the junk can take a couple of minutes.

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So many good reviews... but so little kitchen storage space... But I do love me some hotel waffles... In for one!

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I just spent a week at a Residence Inn, so I've had my fill of self-made flippy Belgian waffles.

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I've had this exact model and used it monthly for the past two years or so, and it makes pretty darn good waffles very easily.

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I can't get the 12JANAP code to work. Is it a thank you code?

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Flip-style waffle makers are horrible. If you need to flip it to make one right, the design of the heating elements/plates is bad.