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Chefs Choice Waffle Maker - 5 Hearts - Floating Top

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  • This advanced waffle maker has a modern design and a unique floating top-plate. In as little a...
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  • Product Dimensions: 30.5 x 32.4 x 13.3 cm ; 4.1 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 2.5 Kg
  • Item model number: 8400000
  • ASIN: B000A3PBWO
  • Date first available at Oct. 19 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,596 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By brundre on Jan. 13 2012
This is an excellent machine: the waffles are well browned outside and consistently so, one wafle after another, and tender inside. There are many diffent settings for browning too. The beeper is great to have also. With it, it's easy to know when a waffle is ready. It's very easy to clean, even after a spill, and it can stand up when stored, using very little space. The snowflake shape of the waffles allow them to be devided easily. Finally, the electrical cord is long, and can be placed in many different configurations. Great!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Elsa on Nov. 28 2012
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All I can say is that this is even better than the previous waffle maker I had from Norway. I love that I don't have to worry about the time it is in the maker, it just dings to let me know when they are perfect. Which they are each time!

But here is a hint - put cardamom and vanilla extract in the recipes to get an authentic waffle - the taste is better!

Best present I bought myself in years
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul on Dec 18 2012
I loved the features of this waffle iron, which I purchased directly from Golda's Kitchen, but it now sits in my garbage pail, after 3 years of use. Its non-stick coating stopped being effective after a year, despite my meticulous care of the surface. It is incredibly frustrating, especially given my previous waffle iron, whose nonstick coating worked flawlessly for 20 years. Do not buy!
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By Richard Radu on Oct. 4 2013
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This waffle maker makes great waffles on a consistent basis, and I would recomment this product. For fluffier waffles, I stopped latching the lids like the instructions asked.
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138 of 142 people found the following review helpful
Best waffle maker ever! Six stars Jan. 23 2008
By D. Hayes - Published on
We have a big family and wanted a waffle maker. We wanted a Big Big waffle maker. Mom does not want to make any child wait for their waffles. Unfortunately, the seemingly biggest waffle makers had review that said they cooked un-evenly (because of their square shape) and were hard to clean if they spilled.

We settled for this medium large waffle iron and were very happy. It cooks large waffles so fast, we can cook waffles faster than three children can eat them and actually have left-overs to freeze. Two waffles are enough even for the most ravenous child. The cooking is very even and it is really nice to have both the controls for darkness and for texture. Waffles do cook a little more slowly if the control is set to even texture, but we prefer the crunchy outside texture setting better anyway.

The iron is easy to use, cleans up well, directs spills away from the controls, and heats up quickly. Seems sturdy, but let us use it a year or two to see how it wears with time.

The waffles freeze and recook well, though we suggest using wax paper between them in large stacks. No more Eggos.
90 of 95 people found the following review helpful
great waffle iron Jan. 26 2009
By Specific Gravity - Published on
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I got this as a gift for my wife who likes heart shaped things and secretly I wanted a nice waffle maker too. I've tried a few different waffle makers, Belgian and the smaller grid traditional ones. Not a big Belgian fan, and the smaller traditional waffle irons I tried seemed better at making waffle crackers.

However the M840... wow! My wife and I made a bunch of waffles our first day. We tried all the settings to see which we liked best. There are two controls... a dial (1 to 5) to dial in your brown-ness level, and a switch that toggles from a more evenly softer waffle to a more crispy waffle. The softer waffles reminded me of the waffles you'd get at Roscoe's House of Chicken and Waffles (for you SoCal people out there). I preferred the more crispy setting.... crispy on the outside and still tender on the inside. Not crispy and dry like some cheaper waffle irons I've tried.

The iron takes a few minutes to warm up, but once it reaches its optimal temperature it cooks waffles in about 90 seconds or so. One ladle scoop of batter was the perfect amount to avoid any leaks of batter out of the iron.

The hearts break apart easily, would be great for small kids when you want a smaller portion.

We tried freezing some waffles we made and then used a toaster oven the next morning to warm them up and had great results. My wife said the reheated waffles were just as good if not better than the fresh ones.

The only downside to this waffle iron is the size of the waffle... its a little on the small side. Where I might eat two waffles from other waffle irons, I would probably eat three from this one. Not really a problem since the M840 cooks them pretty darn quick.

Cord can be folded and tucked into the bottom of the iron's base when storing.
76 of 80 people found the following review helpful
Great Waffle Iron March 18 2008
By Waffle-addicts - Published on
Coming from the country of Norway our family have been raised on waffles. Since arriving in the US we have been through several and having worn out the last one, we went on the internet to check out the ratings for a new one.
We have had our Chef's Choice M840 WafflePro iron for 6 wks now, and love it! At first we had problems with spillage - as this iron takes less batter than our previous one. We have adjusted and find that we get perfectly made waffles every time. We had planned to buy two (as we often have guests over and need to be able to keep up with the demand), but wanted to try one out before we comited to the other. We have scrapped that idea - as this iron's turn-around is so efficient that we have no problem satisfying the demand. The iron is easy to clean and has logical controls and alerts.Chef's Choice M840 WafflePro - Five of Hearts
141 of 164 people found the following review helpful
Two times and it's off to Goodwill! Jan. 2 2011
By Y. Martin-Kidd - Published on
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My husband loves waffles. He likes them crisp on the outside, moist on the inside. With my 25-year old GE waffle iron, I'd make extra-large batches once every two months and freeze them for reheating them, on demand, one-by-one in the toaster oven. Alas, I dropped the GE, broke it's handle, and decided that it was time for a new waffle iron.

I did my homework. I checked out equipment reviews on Cooks Illustrated and read all of the reviews for every non-Belgian waffle iron here on Amazon. This Chef's Choice M840 won the day. Here are the reasons why I hate it and am sentencing it to Goodwill after only a week and two waffle-making attempts.

1. It's extremely easy to overfill. After a few attempts at calibrating the pour, I started to get it right. BUT see #2.

2. It's virtually impossible to clean. No part of this waffle iron is detachable nor can any of it be put under water. As a result, when the buttery batter oozes all over the machine, there is no way to get it out of the cracks and crevices of the machine. In addition, little crumbs linger in the clover-shaped iron plates and, short of getting out my vacuum cleaner to remove them, they were still there the second time I used the machine. Ick!

3. As another reviewer pointed out, the paint is very cheap. On the first paper-towel rubdown (I cannot in good conscience call it a cleaning), the paint for the directional copy rubbed off.

4. (This is a good point.) The waffles cook fast. (BUT, see #6.)

5. (This is another good point.) The maker has a "ding" to notify you when the waffle is done.

6. (This is the death sentence.) It makes really skinny waffles. (I'm not talking about the clover shape. I'm talking about the depth of the waffle.) Belgian waffles for us are about two times too thick for us. On the other hand, these waffles were about half as thick as the ones we've come to think of as "normal". It's OK when you eat them straight from the waffle-iron; however, after freezing and reheating in a toaster oven, they have the consistency of crackers.

I'm so sad.
26 of 27 people found the following review helpful
WafflePro M840 makes perfect Scandinavian Waffles Oct. 13 2011
By Olav the Viking - Published on
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I had to come up with a replacement waffle iron for a cheap Salton WM7YL after my ex-wife got that one as part of our split-up, and I like thin Scandinavian style waffles as opposed to the thick style many people are used to. I fired up the Chef's Choice WafflePro M840 this morning and got a close-to-my-specs waffle on the first try. A few tweaks of the settings and perfect waffles were coming out. After the initial "PAM-ing" that is recommended by the manufacturer, it appears that the non-stick grill coating coupled with the butter in the waffle mix makes the non-sticking self-sustaining without any additional oil. The audible beeper that tells when the waffle is done has just the right number of beeps to get your attention if you're doing something else, but not too many to be annoying. Cheaper waffle irons are available, but quality is always worth paying for in the long run. The iron is 1100 Watts and is engineered in Germany and produced in China, of course. I don't think anybody will be disappointed if they buy this gem.

Olav's Waffle Recipe.txt - 24Oct2011 11:47

Blender Batch (~4.5 Cups) . Mixer Batch (~9 Cups)
--------------------------------- . -----------------------------
3 Eggs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Eggs
1/4 Cup Sugar . . . . . . . . . . 1/2 Cup Sugar

Mix the eggs and sugar, then add:

2 oz Melted Butter . . . . . . . 4 oz Melted Butter
2-1/2 Cups Milk . . . . . . . . . 5 Cups Milk
2-1/4 Cups Flour . . . . . . . . 4-1/2 Cups Flour
1/8 tsp Salt . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/4 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Vanilla . . . . . . . . . . 1 tsp Vanilla

Mix for about 5 minutes; let the mixture
stand for about 1/2 hour before baking.

Set the Rocker Switch to "Uniform Texture."
Set the Color Control Dial to 3-1/2 or less.
Wait until the Green "Ready" Light comes on.
Pour a level 3 oz scoop of batter onto the
griddle, close the lid and make sure that the
latch clicks. The Green "Ready" Light will
go out and the Red "Baking" light will come on.
The waffle is done when the Green "Ready" Light
comes back on and the beep alarm sounds.

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