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Sunbeam Shade Select Vertical Waffle Maker (WAM5000BK) $106 + Delivery ($0 with OnePass) @ Catch.com.au

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Whether you prefer your treats sweet or savoury, waffles always make for a filling breakfast or satisfying dessert. This handy waffle maker from Sunbeam allows you to select from 5 settings, allowing you to enjoy your waffles light and fluffy, dark and crispy, or somewhere in between! Plus, with an upright design for even consistency and an auto-detection feature to kickstart the timer when batter is added, this must-have appliance makes the ideal addition to any sweet-tooth's kitchen.

Features:

Sunbeam appliances
Model: Shade Select Vertical Waffle Maker
Upright design for even heat distribution
5 cooking settings - from light and fluffy to dark and crispy
LCD display with timer and cooking guide
Auto-detection feature starts the timer when batter is added
Sleek design blends perfectly with any kitchen décor
Materials: Stainless Steel/Plastic
Power: 1000W
Model no.: WAM5000BK
Colour: Black
Dimensions (approx. cm): 19 x 16 x 30 (W x D x H)
Weight (approx.): 2.61kg
12-MONTH MANUFACTURER WARRANTY

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  • +1

    Cuisinart's vertical waffle maker is also worth considering, if you want classic round waffles https://www.robinskitchen.com.au/product//cuisinart-vertical... $106.99

    or https://www.kitchenwarehouse.com.au/Cuisinart-Vertical-Waffl... $104.95

    Cusinart's is also three year warranty compared to one year for the Sunbeam

    I have this one and it's great, except you need to get the knack of making sure the batter isn't too thick which means thinning out some batter recipes with extra milk.

  • +1

    Bought this a while back and we use it weekly. It makes amazing waffles and the clean-up is minimal.

    • This is much cheaper than Breville waffle maker

    • Same here for us this thing is exceptional

  • I really want to buy one but i need to go on a diet lol.

    • I told myself I'd make batches of waffles, eat just one fresh, and freeze the rest. It's kinda hard to not eat them all at once tho. Considering the calories and carbs in a single waffle I should probably be eating just one half a waffle at a time really…

      • Usually, waffles are hard (like belgian waffles) but my mom use to make them and then put it into a bowl with a lid and make more and just put them on top of each other until she was done. She also has some sugar in the bowl at the bottom. This makes it nice and sweet without adding anything but also not hard and crispy but soft. It's amazing but I'm already so fat I know I shouldn't but I'm so tempted haha.

        • What I've been doing is putting them on a wire rack to cool so the bottom doesn't get all steamy, then putting them in the freezer for two hours until hard, then putting inside freezer bag to seal. Then to reheat just put it in toaster oven for five minutes at like 130 degrees without preheating. The texture is actually a little better than fresh because it dries it out a bit more, but the flavour and overall experience suffers. But it sure beats making them from scratch every single day, seeing as each one has half an egg in it.

          • @AustriaBargain: I would argue that waffles shouldn't be eaten Dailey:)

            • @RenVilo: Waffles are sometimes the only reason I get out of bed. Before I got the waffle maker I basically just lived in my bed.

              • @AustriaBargain: 😀 yea i am scared it is going to be why I get out of bed.. i can't get any fatter else I'm screwed lol

  • how does these compare to the kmart option? Only $32, but its not vertical. I am looking for a Belgium style waffle maker

    • The word 'Vertical' worth $70 more

    • Vertical means you don't have to guess how much batter to put in and you don't end up with empty spots, it all fills evenly. The only downside to vertical is you can't use a thick batter because it'll clog the machine. The Kmart one looks good for the price though, assuming it makes full size waffles.

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    According to product page:

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  • Cuisinart vertical is at a similar price, does anyone have experience with this one, better or worse? Tbh, I don't want more appliances, it will most likely be another one we buy and try to shove into a drawer after a few uses. Everyone else in the family wants it though :-D

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