Oster CKSTWF2000 Belgian Waffle Maker, Stainless Steel

September 25, 2017 - Comment

Oster CKSTWF2000 Belgian Waffle Maker, Stainless Steel. Stainless housing; Adjustable temperature control for light and fluffy or crispy waffles. Nonstick cool touch handles. Power on and ready indicator lights. Product Features Stainless housing Adjustable temperature control for light and fluffy or crispy waffles Nonstick cool touch handles Power on and ready indicator lights 8-inch round

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Oster CKSTWF2000 Belgian Waffle Maker, Stainless Steel. Stainless housing; Adjustable temperature control for light and fluffy or crispy waffles. Nonstick cool touch handles. Power on and ready indicator lights.

Product Features

  • Stainless housing
  • Adjustable temperature control for light and fluffy or crispy waffles
  • Nonstick cool touch handles
  • Power on and ready indicator lights
  • 8-inch round baking plate

Comments

TheLebanizzle says:

Buy it. Best Mother’s Day gift I’ve ever bought myself. I should preface this review with the fact that I absolutely LOVE waffles, and that I’ve never had a waffle maker before- In fact, for my entire adult life, I’ve walked past waffle makers in the store and never considered buying one. I felt that wafflers were for “other” people. People with money and great kitchens and Saturday brunches. Surely not for me. But, one day several months ago, we were wandering down the waffler aisle and I told my men- Husband & 2 boys- that I wanted a waffle maker for Mother’s Day. Now, my husband is not a fan of waffles or shopping. So, Mother’s Day arrived and I was presented with instructions to “Pick out any waffle maker [I] want!” But I’m pretty cheap, so I picked this one. 

vincent lanzetta says:

Like any type oven or cooker the indicator light will … 1. I read the reviews on this waffle maker and clearly a lot of people who write reviews don’t read instructions. It’s coated with Teflon and nothing will stick to it providing you “season” it prior to the first time uses – as you should do with all Teflon coated pans, etc. 

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