|Ship Weight||15.5 lbs.|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||9.25" x 10.25" x 20"|
|Waffles per Hour||25|
The original name of the Belgian waffle was the Brussels waffle. When it gained popularity in the 1960s, the creator had to change its name because he realized that most Americans didn’t know that Brussels was the capital of Belgium. But at its price debut of $1 per waffle, we didn’t really care what it was called. We just cared that it was golden brown and covered in strawberries and whipped cream.
If you need to satisfy a waffle-hungry crowd, you need the 25 Waffle/Hr Single Belgian Waffle Maker (WW180) by Waring. With a rotary feature for even baking, non-stick plates for easy removal, ready lights and an audible beep signal when your waffle is done, making twenty-five waffles in an hour won’t even feel like work.