VillaWare 2010 UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler

  • 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

The VillaWare 2010 UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler is part of the Villaware waffle maker range, here is a description on the VillaWare 2010 UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler.

DescriptionLike product used in restaurant kitchens occupied the upper and lower heating unit gravity Belgian waffle maker is turned 180 degrees during cooking so the grid is filled with a uniform mixture, ensuring results that are golden and crisp. Quickly produces a round of 6 1 / 4 “diameter wafers, a generous 1 1 / 2″ thick, with a pocket full of butter and honey. You can adjust the sharpness to be selected among the seven levels of Browning, and ring signals when the waffle is ready. . . . More>>

The average
rating of the VillaWare 2010 UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler is 3.5
VillaWare 2010 UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler

5 Responses to “VillaWare 2010 UNO Pro Belgian Gravity Waffler”

  • Great charlatan. Easy to use and should make an effort to ruin his waffles. Resists heat of 2000 degrees, but not cleaned well after. Our house exploded in a natural gas explosion and fire raging in all. This charlatan was still intact, cleaned up a bit ‘, but unfortunately like everything else in the house was a total loss. We do not recommend trying this experiment at home. I hope to replace my soon. Rating: 5 / 5

  • I liked this company VillaWare V2003 UNO Petite Heart Waffler but this broke the first time I’ve used. Too much plastic. Bad design. I managed to hold together for different uses, but the waffles stuck badly each time, despite all the waffles made perfect in your product. Rating: 1 / 5

  • If you’re ready for a Sunday morning waffle pleasant and relaxing with the morning paper – then do not buy this – you spend an hour waving his fist in his face, peeling the wafer into the beyond. It worked well for about 3 months and then gradually deteriorated to the point that the ever extracted waffles. Seems more beautiful than the Waring, but the goal is to make good waffles every time – and this is a miserable failure. Rating: 1 / 5

  • This is the best waffle maker ever if you want great waffles. Makes waffles like those you pay $ 10. 00 for a restaurant. Rating: 5 / 5

  • This is the second that I bought for our season home. I love it. Rating: 4 / 5

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