My new toy heats up quickly. In fact, it gets too hot to handle.
About a week ago I found a collector waffle iron at the local thrift store. It even has the original manual with it and sandwich grill plates as well.
I found similar waffle irons online and collectors pay $159 to $189 for one in this condition with the original manual and warranty.
After a wash and dry and seasoning of the waffle griddles, we had waffles. Plug it in, turn dial to hot, and the light goes out in about 15 minutes when it is heated to perfection. Turn it down a wee bit, pour some waffle mix into the griddle, put lid down and in four minutes you are eating golden brown waffles. We have had waffles two more times and each time they are superb. I prefer fresh strawberries on my waffles or some other fruit; whereas, hubby likes warm syrup on his waffles.
How much did we pay for our vintage toy?
1950 General Electric Combination Sandwich Grill and Waffle Iron.