Shade/Browning selection dial with 7 different settings to accommodate every taste
Steam-release system for crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside waffles
Ready to cook and ready to eat LED indicator lights to let you know when to pour your batter in and when your waffles are ready to eat
Housed in polished stainless steel with a branded die-cast handle; PFOA-free nonstick cooking surface and removable drip tray provide effortless release and quick, easy cleanup
16.9 x 7.5" tall overall; creates 4.5" wide by 1" thick waffles; 1600-watts
Made in China with a limited lifetime warranty
The All-Clad 4-slice Belgian Waffle Maker is able to bake up to four square-shaped Belgian waffles to enjoy during weekend brunches, delicious desserts or even as a snack. The 1600-watt waffle maker's advanced heating technology ensures consistent baking and browning, while its steam-release system prevents condensation from building-up, so you can enjoy delicately crispy waffles on the outside and fluffy in the inside. The waffles measure 4.5-inches wide by 1" thick, with easy-to-cut sections and have extra-deep pockets for capturing jam, sugar, chocolate, fresh fruits and other favorite toppings. The red indicator light lets you know that your waffle maker is preheating and an audible beep tells you when when it is properly preheated. Simply pour in the batter, close the lid and turn the knob to adjust the temperature. The green indicator light along with an audible beep, lets you know when the waffles have finished baking. This waffle maker is also easy to clean thanks to its nonstick cooking surface. Housed in polished stainless steel with a branded die-cast handle, this strong waffle maker ensures long-lasting performance while beautifully complementing All-Clad stainless steel cookware for a cohesively stunning collection. Includes a removable drip tray, integrated cord storage, and a locking lid for convenient upright storage.
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All-Clad, known for their superior performing bonded cookware, has become the standard for which all other cookware lines are compared. Created in 1971 to meet the needs of professional chefs, All-Clad Cookware can now be found not only in the kitchens of the top restaurants of the world, but also in the kitchens of discerning home cooks.