VillaWare 2010 UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler
List Price: $121.27

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Product Description

UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler

Features:
  • Belgian waffler makes 1 round 6-1/4-inch-diameter waffle, a generous 1-1/2 inches thick
  • Durable cast-aluminum housing; simple on/off switch; stay-cool handle; easy-to-clean design
  • Top and bottom heating units rotate 180 degrees to ensure even browning and crisp results
  • Adjust crispness from 7 browning levels; ready indicator; nonstick finish for effortless release
  • Measures 15-1/4 by 5-3/4 by 7-1/4 inches

Customer Reviews:

  • it was for my hubby
    My husband had wanted one of these since we stayed at a hotel that had one similar. He loves it......more info
  • cheaply built but not priced
    I liked this company's VillaWare V2003 UNO Petite Heart Waffler but this item broke the first time I used it. Too much plastic. Poor design. I did manage to keep it together for several uses but the waffles stuck badly each time despite all the flawless waffles made on their other product....more info
  • dead after 8 uses
    I've had this waffle iron for 4 months and it suddenly stopped working after using it about 8 times. This is my first review of a product....
    just feel it's important to let others know of my experience.
    It worked well until today....the iron worked for the first two waffles,
    and then suddenly died while the third waffle was cooking. It will no longer turn on. I wouldn't recommend it, especially since others seem to have the same complaint....more info
  • cheaply built but not priced
    I liked this company's VillaWare V2003 UNO Petite Heart Waffler but this item broke the first time I used it. Too much plastic. Poor design. I did manage to keep it together for several uses but the waffles stuck badly each time despite all the flawless waffles made on their other product....more info
  • Painful experience
    If you're ready for a nice Sunday morning waffle and relax with the morning newspaper - then don't buy this - you'll spend an hour shaking your fist at it, peeling the waffle in pieces off of it. It worked fine for about 3 months, and then gradually got worse to the point that the waffle would never extract. Yes it looks nicer than the Waring, but the objective is to make good waffles every time - and this thing fails miserably....more info
  • VillaWare 2010 is great!
    I was originally skeptical about purchasing the VillaWare 2010 from Deal Yard; however, they had relatively good reviews, so I went ahead with the purchase. I was delighted to receive my waffle maker in a very timely fashion and in the manufacturer's box including warranty, directions, and all the usual goodies. We have been really pleased with the performance of the waffle maker thus far. It creates thick Belgian waffles that do not stick or tear during removal. The audible alarm is wonderful; it lets us know when the iron is hot and when the waffles are ready. We have had to set the timer to a setting higher than that recommended by the manufacturer, but have consistently turned out golden brown, crunchy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside waffles. Clean up is fast and easy, just wipe out the crumbs. We've tried a recipe from Alton Brown that was quite tasty as well as the jalape?o and cheddar recipe in the instruction manual. The waffles are so thick, that I am considering ice cream and fruit toppings.

    The only problem we've had is that we can't seem to make full waffles. We get Belgium diamonds. The problem might be solved by increasing the batter per waffle, but the diamonds are large enough for us. Overall, I think this product is great and would recommend it to anyone.
    ...more info
  • Darn Good Wafflemaker
    This is our fourth "Gravity" waffler. We have not experienced the early heating outage reported by others, though our third one died in the middle of Sunday morning breakfast after many years of faithful once-a-week service. Yes, Belgian waffles EVERY Sunday morning--a ritual!

    Our first two Gravity wafflers suffered from a flimsy projection that freed the rotating assembly to rotate. The third one never had this problem, and the fourth one has shown no hint of it either, after a month or two.

    The built-in timer is almost useless, unless you like undercooked waffles. We like ours crispy and lightly browned on the outside, and still moist on the inside, so I crank the heat all the way up and cook the waffles for 4.5 - 4.75 minutes. Krusteaz makes a terrific Belgian waffle mix, which I supplement with vanilla extract, almond extract, and usually a small amount of lemon extract. Then we drown them in 100% pure maple syrup and occasionally wild blueberries and Cracker Barrel's wild blueberry syrup (actually, Dickinson's syrup that we buy at Cracker Barrel).

    The Gravity waffler makes the tallest waffles of any wafflemaker I've been able to find. The construction is much more solid than the Waring "flip" wafflemaker, and the staff at Williams-Sonoma said that the WillaWare Gravity wafflemaker significantly outperformed the much more expensive Kitchenaid wafflemaker.

    Yes, it's huge and takes up a lot of cabinet space. Our previous waffler was a regular VillaWare round waffler that made the same diameter waffles, but not as tall. The old waffler had a footprint of about 2 inches x 8 inches and about 8 inches tall, so it would fit almost anywhere. The Gravity waffler is 15 inches wide by 9 inches deep by 9 inches tall!

    We love ours!! ...more info
  • Broke after 8 weeks
    Reasonably good waffles (only on highest setting) for 8 weeks, then heating element broke. Two weeks beyond Amazon return policy....more info
  • VillaWare 2010 is great!
    I was originally skeptical about purchasing the VillaWare 2010 from Deal Yard; however, they had relatively good reviews, so I went ahead with the purchase. I was delighted to receive my waffle maker in a very timely fashion and in the manufacturer's box including warranty, directions, and all the usual goodies. We have been really pleased with the performance of the waffle maker thus far. It creates thick Belgian waffles that do not stick or tear during removal. The audible alarm is wonderful; it lets us know when the iron is hot and when the waffles are ready. We have had to set the timer to a setting higher than that recommended by the manufacturer, but have consistently turned out golden brown, crunchy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside waffles. Clean up is fast and easy, just wipe out the crumbs. We've tried a recipe from Alton Brown that was quite tasty as well as the jalape?o and cheddar recipe in the instruction manual. The waffles are so thick, that I am considering ice cream and fruit toppings.

    The only problem we've had is that we can't seem to make full waffles. We get Belgium diamonds. The problem might be solved by increasing the batter per waffle, but the diamonds are large enough for us. Overall, I think this product is great and would recommend it to anyone.
    ...more info
  • dead after 8 uses
    I've had this waffle iron for 4 months and it suddenly stopped working after using it about 8 times. This is my first review of a product....
    just feel it's important to let others know of my experience.
    It worked well until today....the iron worked for the first two waffles,
    and then suddenly died while the third waffle was cooking. It will no longer turn on. I wouldn't recommend it, especially since others seem to have the same complaint....more info