Rated 4 out of 5Â by phamk798 Easy to rotate
I just bought this from Macy's and it was worth the deal snatcher $29. My first use I forgot to use my coconut oil spray so that the waffles would unstick from the plates. The next times I went to use it with the spray, the waffles came out fluffy, crispy on edges, and I used my own waffle mixes. 1c of waffle mix, 1/2c 2% reduced fat milk (instead of water), 1/2 tsp of maple extract, and a spoonful of Nutella. I fip after 10 min. on max heat and leave for another 10 minutes for more crispy waffles. Perfect every time. Easy clean up. You want something fancy then buy something more than $50. Other than that, I enjoy using this rotating waffle maker.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by CarolCR67 Perfect for my occasional use
The waffles don't get quite crisp enough even at darkest setting, so I have to let it cook at least a full minute longer. But it does a good job for the price. If I made a lot of waffles at a time, or made waffles every day, I'd want something of better quality. But for my occasional use when the grandkids visit, it's adequate.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Un0n1mu5 Wow love the top & bottom "ready" light
We had the competitions waffle maker, it worked great but we could not tell when waffle was ready. This Bella model has a "ready" light on both sides.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Anon364737476473637363 Complete garbage. Don't waste your money on it.
Like the majority on the reviews here said, mine stopped working properly the first few times it was used. I only wish I had this site available to me when I had stumbled upon it on a shelf in the cooking isle so I could've seen the god awful reviews it has made for itself. The design is very unstable and bulky, and manufactured with very a cheap polymer for the most part, but still a complete waste of resources. A fire and an air vent would've given me a more functionable design than this.