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    DW and I have decided the purchase a waffle maker(iron). Any recommendations and things to look for.

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    I love my waffle maker!
    I just have the basic, plug in kind....it doesn't flip or anything....but it makes huge Belgian waffles.

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    I have a heartshaped one and a Belgian one. Both are Villaware, they're easy to use, and cook evenly.

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    make sure that you get one that you can take apart to clean...

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    I have a broil king but it seems like they have quit making them. Mine does regular and Belgium waffles, has a sandwich maker and sandwich press plus pizzalle maker. Maybe keep you eye out on eBay

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    I have just a basic Rival 4 square waffle maker. Had I had a choice at the time I really wanted a belgian type of waffle maker. That was just my preference though. I think mine cost maybe 12 bucks brand new. It's simple and cheap. Works great and cleans up great and easily.

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    Looking for a reliable 2 slice waffle maker that will consistently make excellent waffles. I don't really care what it looks like.....The Hamilton Beach 26200 Flip 'n Fluff Belgian Waffle Baker looks like a good one. Any other suggestions....?

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