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1. Waring DF200 Professional Deep
$79.95 list($130.00)
2. Waring Pro WMK300 Belgian Waffle
$399.00 list($560.00)
3. Waring C01500 Professional Convection
$99.95 $86.42 list($119.95)
4. Waring Pro FS150 Food Slicer
$199.00 list($280.00)
5. Waring WC-1000 Professional Coffee
$299.00 list($420.00)
6. Waring Pro CO900 .9-Cubic-Foot-Capacity
$229.00 list($325.00)
7. Waring FS800 Pro Electric Food
$299.00 list($420.00)
8. Waring Pro WCT800R Heavy-Duty
$169.00 list($199.00)
9. Waring Pro MG-800 Professional
list($150.00)
10. Waring WHT01 Cordless Hot Tray,
list($400.00)
11. Waring WPT02 Two Slice Toaster

1. Waring DF200 Professional Deep Fryer, Brushed Stainless Steel
list price: $190.00
our price: $129.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009K3V1
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 416
Average Customer Review: 4.64 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Measures 17 by 8-1/4 by 14-1/2 inches
  • 1800-watt family-size deep fryer heats up quickly and cooks evenly
  • Domed lid features condensation catcher and window for monitoring cooking
  • Heavy nickel-plated mesh basket has cool-touch collapsible handle
  • Safety features include 3-foot breakaway cord, auto shutoff, interlock operation

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Deep Fryer
I just got my deep fryer, pulled it out of the box and hooked it up. In about 5 mins the oil was hot enough to cook my fries. I have not had any problems with the unit at all. The unit heats the oil very fast and has an indicator light when its ready. It has several unique safety features built in. Food comes out great. The best deep fryer I have ever owned.

-Update

Had my deep fryer for about 2 months, and to look back I dont know how I got along without it. The Fryer heats up to a marked temperature of 375 degrees, and will shut off if its gets over like 550. I have gotten tremendous use out of this fryer and it has definently paid for itself from less power, and time saved. I am still very happy with the heat up time and, how fast it recovers its temperature.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best Deep Fryer I've Ever Owned
I've only had this a short time and only used it a few times, but here are my impressions thus far.

PROS:

Attractive, durable construction. Wire basket is excellent; handle folds inside basket for compast storage inside the unit.

Lid is well thought-out, with silicone lined notches on the handle end so it fits snuggly and you don't have to lift it to raise or lower the basket.

Cleanup is fairly easy. Toss lid and basket in the dishwasher, drain the oil reservoir using the convenient corner pour spout (use a large funnel if straining, because one gallon gets heavy after awhile) and put the reservoir into the dishwasher. Everything except the heating element is immersible. I put the element on a plate to let it drain and then wipe it clean.

Oil heats up rapidly. The deep reservoir keeps splattering to a minimum. Food cooks fairly close to times indicated in recipes or on boxes, so I assume temperature is accurate. Fries came out crisp, mozarella sticks were done perfectly.

Number one advantage: because this has an immersible heating element (it's big, not like one you'd attach to an electric skillet), the oil temp below the element is cooler; thus all the burned bits fall down there, so you can cook batches of fries without getting floating debris stuck to them.

Maximum temperature is 375, but the manual says it has a safety feature whereby it automatically turns off if the oil exceeds 525. The safety features are great, like the short magnetically attached cord. It's secure enough so that it doesn't come loose when you move the unit but if someone were to pull the cord, it would break away from the unit.

The basket hanger inside the unit is handy for draining.

Lid seems to catch the condensation.

CONS:

My cons are pretty insignficant.

My main one would be that the oil cools significantly when you add significant quantities of food (even unfrozen food) and takes too long to heat up. For example, I did a batch of fresh fries, and the oil cooled but didn't heat up to the correct temperature in the four minutes it took to cook them. When I did a very small batch of fries, the oil temp. never dropped.

When I set the timer for under three minutes, it never went off. Everything over that was fine, however.

If you make something like corndogs, lower basket first and drop directly into oil or it will definitely stick to basket. Sometimes it sticks to basket anyway. Then the basket is a little harder to clean. I had to use a fork to poke the crust out of some of the holes.

Biggest drawback: Filter in lid cannot be removed and replaced. The fliter in the lid isn't the greatest. It's not a charcoal one, for example, that would readily absorb all the cooking odors. It seems to be a steel mesh thing. It's welded in and although you can clean it through the "gills" on the lid, you cannot replace it. Being able to remove and clean/replace the filter would be better. This one doesn't seem to trap odors well.

But these are small issues. I really like the deep fryer and it's a million times better than the old "Fry Daddy" my parents had growing up. It never splatters outside the deep fryer, it's easy to clean, and the food comes out far superior to any deep fryer I've ever used, which I believe is because the crumbs fall to the bottom of the unit.

Definitely worth the price--it costs my family $20 each time we go to McDonald's, so this will pay for itself easily. Last night my kids said "Mom, we don't ever have to go out to eat again because you can make all our favorite foods now."

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Home Deep Fryer Ever
This is by far the best home deep fryer ever. I have owned a number of different deep fryers, and have never been totally satisfied with their ability to fry well. This Waring deep fryer does what many fryers can not - it holds its temperature when you place the food in it to be fried. Therefore, the food comes out crispy and delicious. Chicken nuggets come out crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside. Corn Dogs are a treat in this fryer. The basket is sturdy, the unit is well insulated, and the controls are easy to use. Clean up is easy as almost all the parts (except the heating element/controls) are dishwasher safe. The only negative is that the unit is big and requires lots of oil, but that is also a positive, as little units can't fry much, let alone even hold a corn dog or other large item. If you love deep fried foods, you'll love this Waring Deep Fryer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't be beat.
This is a PERFECT machine. Don't waste your money on cheaper fryers.

5-0 out of 5 stars Finally! A great home fryer!
Before purchasing this unit, I examined every other fryer marketed, in hand. Other companies offer quite similar units at first glance, but in the end, this one has no peer. While indeed one of the most costly, its combination of well-designed features is easily worth the additional 20-30 Dollars over competitive fryers.

It's very big and, at 1800 robust watts, is as powerful as most modern kitchens can accommodate... If your kitchen isn't wired with 20-amp grounded outlets within two feet of its resting place, you should consider a 1500-watt unit from another maker, as it may trip your breaker or work at less than peak performance. Better yet, have your kitchen wired accordingly.

It demands lots of space, but should fit on the average counter, though I'd recommend that it not be placed beneath cabinets, or within a foot from them, as they will indeed take a beating from vapor and grease. I placed it on a cookie sheet on top of my range, beneath the exhaust hood, but be sure you have no lit pilot lamps or burners, which would pose a serious fire hazard. Its well-designed magnetic breakaway safety cord will reach slightly more than 2 feet. An extension is NOT recommended, and any extension of less amperage capacity than a very short, 12-gauge cord would seriously deplete the wattage and cause a fire hazard, and overheat the appliance. Again, do it right and have a stout 20-amp receptacle within range.

The construction of the fryer is outstanding. The unit's mass and features evoked an involuntary guttural grunt from me when I looked at it in my kitchen for the first time, and my wife issued a concurring female grunt. Everything breaks down easily for cleaning in seconds. All parts except the heating module are dishwasher-safe. Even then, the elements can be sloshed in hot detergent and rinsed easily. The heating element is sturdy and suspends well off the bottom of the heavy gauge stainless steel tub, thus the tub bottom won't scorch and food particles remain an easily dissolved paste. The tub has a pouring corner that works well when recanting the nearly full gallon of oil it's designed to take. If allowed to cool and settle overnight, no filtering is required. As a hint, once used, oil should be refrigerated to prevent rancidity. The heating module has a reset button, in the event the element temperature exceeds 525° degrees, though I can't see why that would occur unless the pot was accidentally empty. It maintains the selected temperature very well and has two pilot lights that signify when the unit is on, and when temperature has been reached. The industrial On-Off stalk-type toggle switch snaps smartly, as one would arm a missile system. The two dials are solidly made and turn smoothly. The basket is very sturdy and has a fold-in handle for storage. The lid sits in a nicely designed collection ridge that directs all condensation or spatter to a removable collection receptacle... and it works. The design allows immersion and lifting of the basket from and to its solid resting hook with the lid on, though the manufacturer suggests that some foods be started without the lid. The glass window is large and easily allows inspection of the cooking progress without removal of the lid, and stays remarkable clear during cooking. Everything about this appliance is there for a reason, with no gadgetry, and nothing is lacking.

Anything I could say about cooking performance would be an understatement. In short, it fried a whole chicken in three quick batches, to crispy, juicy perfection, and not a single drop of fat landed on my counter during the cooking process. It can easily accommodate an undivided half chicken. It cleaned up fast and easily. Most highly recommended!

A few polite words about the cons in another review are in order...

The timer does function down to less than three minutes, very nicely. Just as my grandmother did with her old egg timer, simply turn it beyond ten minutes to catch the spring and turn it back to whatever suits.

The heavy gauge screen on top is NOT a filter, nor is it purported to be. It's designed to allow vapor to escape, while blocking spatter, and it works beautifully and washes beautifully. Odor control is the function of an outside emitting exhaust hood, which should be a standard fixture in any kitchen.

As another reviewer wisely suggested, fries should be double-fried if crispiness is desired. Simply fry for about 3 minutes, then raise the basket for 30 seconds or so, re-immerse and continue until done.

Finally, battered or doughy foods should always be placed directly into the oil, with the basket submerged, or they will adhere to the basket. These are both well-known commercial frying techniques.

This is as good as technology gets for a home fryer. For more capacity or power than this extremely well designed appliance, one would have to obtain a 240-volt commercial fryer from a restaurant supply. ... Read more


2. Waring Pro WMK300 Belgian Waffle Maker, Brushed Stainless
list price: $130.00
our price: $79.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00009K3SY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 82
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Measures 16-1/4 by 9-1/4 by 7-3/4 inches; 1-year limited warranty
  • Professional-quality Belgian waffle maker with extra-deep pockets
  • Rotary feature produces crisp crust and soft interior; browning control knob
  • Audio beep tone and LED indicators for "power" and "ready" provide foolproof performance
  • Brushed stainless-steel housing and brushed die-cast base; UL/CUL approved

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars A little pricey but the last one you will ever buy
Let me start by saying that we have owned several Belgian waffle makers over the years. Some were less expensive electric models (yuch!) and the latest was a rather expensive non-stick cast iron stove top model. They all had one thing in common...the degree of browning on the waffle was always a guessing game.
We found the Waring Pro waffle maker being used by one of our favorite hotel chains that offers a free breakfast and knew that we had to have one. We watched a long line of people use it and everyone was very satisfied with a waffle that was done to a consistent medium brown, crisp on the outside and soft and moist on the inside. After purchasing the Waring Pro from Amazon.com, I can easily say that we are able to make even better waffles using the Classic Waffles recipe provided with the machine. While not the quickest recipe to make,these have to be the lightest waffles you will ever eat with DEEP pockets to trap any topping you want to put on them.
The Waring Pro has to be commended for its consistency and ease of use. Unlike lesser machines, you are able to set the machine to your desired level of browning(level 4 is a good starting point)and the green light will indicate when pre-heating has been achieved. Add the batter with the enclosed measuring scoop,rotate the waffle iron 180 degrees and the beeper tells you when it's done. Simply the BEST Belgian waffle maker you can buy. Don't waste your money on several cheap Belgian waffle makers as we did. This is the last one you will ever need to buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous!
This waffle maker is the best. If you love waffles this is worth the extra bucks over a cheap department store waffle maker. Perfect, light and crispy waffles in no time, every time...and we haven't even tried it for breakfast yet. Stylish and efficient, easy cleanup, looks great on your counter. We haven't even bothered trying any of the recipes that come with it, just used a $2.00 Belgian waffle mix that is oh so good and easy to make. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars So far so good
This waffle maker was given to me for father's day, and we had perfect waffles right away.

I was surprised just how fast it made waffles. We had outgrown our original because our family has grown to five. With this model, we couldn't eat them fast enough. I imagine the balance will change when we get teenagers in the house, but I was impressed. The beeper on this unit made it so I could pour the batter, sit down and eat, and only get up when the next one was ready. There was no need to monitor the baker, or even to peak between the top and bottom to check if it was done.

The non-stick surface worked well.

One nice consequence of the rotation feature is that the waffles cling to the upper iron when the baker is opened. This means that gravity helps you remove the waffle, making it easier.

So far I have no complaints.

By the way, we made a family buckwheat recipe and it worked well.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Waffler
After losing my old General Electric waffle maker in the divorce (a 50's model still churning out great waffles, sob) I was looking for a replacement waffler. After reading several other reviews on traditional waffle makers I saw the review on this one and thought I'd give it a chance and was floored. It's all they said and more. I actually had to turn it over to see that it was made in China not USA. I don't think this thing can make a bad waffle. Even the first one (batter was too thick and I missed the beep) which stayed in way too long was good!

5-0 out of 5 stars It's not just a waffle maker....it's a dream maker!
My family and I travel quite a bit and fell in love with waffles from a certain COMFORTABLE INN and we asked the staff for info on the waffle maker and the waffle mix. They directed us to www.goldenmalted.com for both, however we found the waffle maker cheaper here at Amazon. The mix is incredibly good too. One secret I would like everyone to keep in mind is that the waffle maker comes with directions that say to spray the maker with nonstick spray, however the folks that make the waffle mix said never to spray it, but to add two tablespoons of melted butter to your mix and it will not stick. Well we have never sprayed our waffle maker and we have never had a waffle stick! It only takes about 2 minutes to make each waffle and we fed my husbands squadron using it and they were blown away by the quality and taste! One night we had waffles for dinner, the kids thought we had gone insane but they loved it! I told you this waffle was a dream maker, well I brought this waffle maker as a Valentine present for my spouse and thanks to the delicious waffles, we had the most wonderful night of waffle making you could believe! We highly recommend this waffle maker as a great morning after treat too. BUY IT!!! ... Read more


3. Waring C01500 Professional Convection Oven 1.5 Cu. Feet
list price: $560.00
our price: $399.00
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Asin: B0001XASVM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 4737
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Features

  • Measures 21 by 14 by 23 inches; 5-year limited motor warranty; 1-year limited appliance warranty
  • Four Shelf Positions
  • 1700 Watts
  • Timer - 120 Minutes
  • Tempered glass door, temperature-ready indicator light, 2-hour timer; baking pan included

4. Waring Pro FS150 Food Slicer
list price: $119.95
our price: $99.95
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Asin: B0000ALQ8D
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 3218
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Designed for the home kitchen, the Waring Pro food slicer saves you time, labor, and money by evenly and efficiently slicing meats, cheeses, vegetables, and breads. It comes in handy for preparing party platters, sandwich buffets, leftovers, and snacks. It is worthwhile to keep in mind, however, that this machine is not deli-caliber. It is intended for 10-minute intervals of slicing and easy mobility around the kitchen.

Outfitted with a 130-watt motor, the slicer features premium coated steel and die-cast aluminum housing. It has an easily adjusted slicing control knob that ranges from 1/32 to 1/2 inch and a balanced 7-1/2-inch undulated stainless-steel blade. Suction-cup feet keep it from skidding or sliding, and a polycarbonate food guide helps you direct slicing safely. The carriage surface is stainless steel. Suggested used include pepperoni, roast beef, apples, potatoes, bread, tomatoes, turkey, and onions. The slicer is UL/CUL approved and comes with a limited 5-year motor warranty from Waring. It measures 17-1/4 by 10-13/16 by 11-1/4 inches and weighs about 15 pounds. --Emily Bedard ... Read more

Features

  • 17-1/4 x 10-13/16 x 11-1/4 15.15 lbs.
  • Premium coated steel and die-cast aluminum housing ensure long life and professional performance.
  • Suction cup feet guarantee non-slip operation. Slice control knob precisely controls the thickness of slices with the twist of a large, easy-to-use knob (1/32" to 9/10").
  • 7.5" undulated stainless steel blade is perfectly balanced for precise performance throughout continuous operation. Polycarbonate food-guide.
  • Heavy-duty 130 watt motor. Stainless steel carriage surface. UL/CUL approved. Limited 5 year motor warranty.

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Avg at best
When I got this slicer, I sliced everything I could get my hands on such as apples, bagels, bell pepper, onions and so on. It worked very well slicing those items. But what I bought it for was roast beef. Even though it sliced it pretty well, it wasn't a smooth process. On the pullback after making a pass to slice, you had to hold the roast beef or it would dislodge from the holder. Maybe I had high expectations but I specifically bought it for the roast beef and it did not perform well for it. Also, the clean up was a mess. Pieces of beef got all over the place and it was very time consuming to clean everything up. Maybe it would work better with cold roast beef. I let my roast rest about 20 min before cutting.

4-0 out of 5 stars Food slicer
I have used an older model of this slicer.
You have to remove the blade using the big slotted center screw on the blade to clean up the inside of the gear/drive case. (Caution the blade is sharp!) On the model I used you also could remove the motor and basically disassemble everything else. Because of the cleaning time this is not something you would want to use to cut up a can of spam or one small roast.
Otherwise they usually work darn good cutting slices of say 5 lb deli meats and such.

2-0 out of 5 stars sliced well, impossible to really clean
The machine sliced a roast beef pretty well. However, clean-up was impossible. There was no way to remove the meat & juices that fell inside the machine. ... Read more


5. Waring WC-1000 Professional Coffee Maker
list price: $280.00
our price: $199.00
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Asin: B0001XASV2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 8494
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Features

  • Ready LED
  • Brews 12 Cups of coffee in 4.5 Minutes
  • Instant hot water spout
  • Upper and Lower Warming Plates
  • Add Water Indicator

6. Waring Pro CO900 .9-Cubic-Foot-Capacity Convection Oven
list price: $420.00
our price: $299.00
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Asin: B0001XASVC
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 8590
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Features

  • Measures 14-3/4 by 13 by 21-1/4 inches; 5-year limited motor warranty; 1-year limited appliance warranty
  • 1700-watt versatile convection oven bakes, broils, roasts, and more
  • .9-cubic-foot capacity; brushed stainless-steel finish and interior
  • Rotisserie spit; rotisserie skewers; handgrip for evenly cooking whole roasts and fowl
  • Tempered glass door, temperature-ready indicator light, 2-hour timer; baking pan included

7. Waring FS800 Pro Electric Food Slicer
list price: $325.00
our price: $229.00
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Asin: B00005MFCB
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 21225
Average Customer Review: 1.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Designed to slice almost every edible in a kitchen, thisprofessional quality food slicer from Waring makes quick work of meats,cheeses, breads, fruits, and vegetables. The slicer's premiumstainless-steel and die-cast aluminum construction promises dependable,long-lasting performance. Moreover, it's safe, with nonslip operationand an aluminum food guide to keep hands and fingers away from theblade. The smooth-edged 7-1/4-inch stainless-steel blade is perfectlybalanced and adjusts with a clearly marked width-control dial rangingfrom 1/32-inch to 1/2-inch. You can slice pepperoni paper-thin or cut aloaf of French bread into appetizer-size rounds. With comfortable,textured handles, the slicer is easy to use, and Waring makes cleanupas simple as possible with a scratch-resistant finish and a pivotingfood guide. The slicer weighs 13-1/4 pounds, has a 14-by-8-1/2-inchfootprint, and stands on suction cup feet to ensure stable operation.The motor comes with a five-year limited warranty. --EmilyBedard ... Read more

Features

  • Motor comes with a five-year limited warranty
  • Makes quick work of meats, cheeses, breads, fruits, and vegetables
  • Stainless-steel and die-cast aluminum construction promises performance
  • Nonslip operation and an aluminum food guide to keep hands and fingers away from the blade
  • Weighs 13-1/4 pounds, has 14 x 8-1/2-inch footprint, stands on suction cup feet

Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars does not do the job
I tried to slice both a roast and a proscuitto into thin slices and was unable to do either properly. When the meat passed the leading edge of the blade it slowed the motor down signifigantly by pressing on the full surface of the blade. I could not get one full slice out of that machine. I will try to return it and look for a better one to buy. It is useless for the purpose I bought it for.

4-0 out of 5 stars a good machine for the home
This is a great food slicer for the home kitchen, (dont compare apples with oranges, this isnt a commercial slicer, but it wasnt advertised as one either) it works great for anything from bacon to tomatos. It has a powerfull motor and a very sharp blade with infinite thinkness adjustments up to a 1/2", easy to clean and very well built. If you want a good slicer for home use you'll be happy with a waring food slicer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Light intermittent household use at best.
Stainless-steel and die-cast aluminum construction promises performance, but the undersized electric motor limits this slicer to very light intermittent household use. The Waring FS800 Pro Electric Food Slicer seems to have a barely adequate motor when brand new with a new sharp blade. Just think how it will perform when the blade gets a little dull. This is definitely not a professional quality food slicer, it is only a light intermittent duty slicer at best.

1-0 out of 5 stars A very disappointing...experience.
I just received my Amazon.com..., a Waring FS800 Pro Electric Food Slicer. Upon trying to use this item for the first time the motor barely had enough power to cut a tomato and emitted a burning smell as soon as I turned it on... Unmentioned on the web page is the 10 minute duty cycle, an important piece of information that would have been a big help in deciding wether to purchase this item... ... Read more


8. Waring Pro WCT800R Heavy-Duty 4-Slot Toaster
list price: $420.00
our price: $299.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0001XASW6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 16422
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Features

  • Dishwasher safe crumb tray
  • Uniformly toasts regular bread, Texas toast, frozen waffles and many other foods!
  • Easily replaceable industrial heating plates and commercial and household UL, NSF
  • Electronic Browning Controls
  • Carriage Control Lift Levers

9. Waring Pro MG-800 Professional Meat Grinder, Brushed Stainless Steel
list price: $199.00
our price: $169.00
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Asin: B0000CEURE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 2117
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Fresh ground sausages, pates, meats for chili, and fish for soups can all be prepared at home with this professional quality meat grinder. Solid and sturdy, the beautiful brushed stainless-steel housing should last a lifetime. An extra-large, die-cast hopper holds a generous amount of cubed or sliced meat, which is then fed into the grinder tube with a long plastic pusher. Three metal cutting plates are included: fine, for spreads, pates, hamburger, and baby food; medium, for soup-related textures; and coarse, for ground meat used in chili. Fish and vegetables can also be ground with the appliance. Stored inside the pusher are two sausage attachments, which allow meats and spices to be combined for thin or plump sausages (recipes for Cajun, Italian, venison and other sausages are included in the user guide). Covered by a five-year warranty, the 450-watt motor works effortlessly and operates with a simple on/off/reverse switch. With the hopper attached, the grinder measures 10 by 13-1/4 by 8 inches. All parts should be washed by hand. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • On/off/reverse switch; 3-foot power cord
  • Professional quality meat grinder for homemade sausages, hamburger, and more
  • Sturdy brushed stainless-steel housing with extra-large die-cast hopper
  • Heavy-duty 450-watt motor with limited 5-year warranty
  • 3 cutting plates and 2 sausage attachments included

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Waring MG800 Meat Grinder
I am a hunter who butchers 8-10 deer per year and make my own burger & sausage. I have previously used "hand crank" grinders and smallish electric grinders. While both will do the job for a deer or two, due to the volume I am processing it was time for an "upgrade".

When I made the decision to buy my own grinder, I did a lot of research to determine which model would best suit my needs at an affordable price. Based on the features, motor power, quality and price I decided to try the Waring MG800. If this didn't work, my next step would be a used commercial grinder.

Let me tell you, I am impressed ! This grinder is everything advertised and more. The construction is rugged and the components are well designed. My first night I ground and vaccuum packed 20 lbs of sausage in 1/2 hour (only 5-10 minutes were actually spent grinding). The grinder never clogged and you can literally feed the hopper with your hand, the screw is so well designed that it actually draws the meat down the throat without the use of the "pusher" that is provided. Clean up is a snap due to the ease of disassembly and cast stainless housing. Power is more than adequate, and with the 5 year motor warranty you can't go wrong.

Two things to note, the blades and plates are carbon steel and must be thoroughly washed and dried before storage or they will rust (but this is also true with $1000 grinders). Also, don't be fooled by people advertising 850, 1000 or even 1200 watt plastic grinders on E-bay. This grinder may be 450 watts, but it is a true 450. The "1000 watt" grinders are actually more like 200 watt in use, so be careful.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disapointed
The description of "brushed stainless steel" and the picture gives the impression this item is sturdier than it actually is.
When you grind the simplest pieces the attachment section (actual grinder)sways. The motor is very loud and only has one speed. The ginder section is lightweight. The cutting part (rotary knife)actually showed rust after only one use. I had ordered this item as I wanted a more powerful unit than my kitchen aid mixer with the meat grinder attachment. The "kitchen aid" meat grinder attachment although some of the components are made of plastic is of better quality. ... Read more


10. Waring WHT01 Cordless Hot Tray, Black & Stainless Steel
list price: $150.00
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Asin: B00004S8FK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 76500
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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At the dining table, on a buffet, or in the office, a hot tray keeps foods at a proper serving temperature long after they would otherwise have cooled down. Mashed potatoes, sauces, soups, or a platter of turkey remain appetizing when it's time for seconds--or even thirds. This sleek black-and-silver hot tray not only heats up in minutes to its maximum temperature of 250 degrees, it can go to the table without the clutter of a power cord. After the tray is heated, the cord can be removed and the tray will stay warm for up to one hour. The tray measures 20 by 8 inches overall, and its attractive, satin-finish, stainless-steel warming plate is 15-3/4 by 6-3/4 inches. Cleanup requires nothing more than a damp cloth. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Overall size is 20 by 8 inches
  • Heats up in minutes to keep food warm for serving
  • After heating with power cord, cord can be removed
  • Tray stays warm without cord for up to one hour
  • Stainless steel warming plate measures 15-3/4 by 6-3/4 inches

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars coffee and tea
This sleek thing (for lack of a better word) seems somewhat ostentatious at first, especially for my somewhat wooden feeling home. But after a while it fits right in, not that you don't notice it though. It sits on the table as if it were saying, hey look how great I am. But you say, okay, you don't seem so great, sure you look great and all, and you can do the things you do, jeez man, you are great. And my guests love it too, some even call it sexy.

One of the things that I do with the hot tray, is that I sometimes place it in my office or bedroom. I do this because I like to drink several hot drinks at once and I do drink slowly. I have my latte usually on the left. Some vegetable soup is usually beside it. A tea, and of course my necessary black coffee. That's four great drinks on one heater. And what a heater!

You can remove the cord, which is great because I sometimes want to grab my drinks with my other hand, for those times I'm doing something awkward. And it stays hot! For a long time, even when unplugged.

One of the downsides of this heater is the fact that it can only be placed on flat surfaces quite large, and sometimes I run out of space. I know that a heater with adjustible feet is not an easy add-on, but it would make this great hot tray even greater. ... Read more


11. Waring WPT02 Two Slice Toaster
list price: $400.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005Q3S8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Waring
Sales Rank: 81963
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Easy to Clean Slide Out Crumb Tray
  • Commercial Stainless Steel Design
  • Manual Timer to Select Perfect Toast Color
  • Manual Lift Lever to Keep Toast Warm Until Ready to Serve
  • Selector Switch for One or Two Slice Toasting

Reviews (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice
This thing is great, it is the size of an engine block and could toast an 80-pound bird! Rock on toast zilla!

5-0 out of 5 stars retro we have a problem...
this waring commercial type toaster is just grand! the suggested retail price might be out the window but for what amazon[.com] is selling it for , it is a nice deal. retro stainless stuff is great but this appears to be the real deal. heavy duty ... did i say heavy?... yes i did and does it do/fit bagels? ... i do not know yet. but toast comes out toasty...bottom line is , if you want a really cool looking commercial toaster that does the job and isn't intimidated by flashy "retro" wanna be's , this is the piece of cake and eat it scenario!

5-0 out of 5 stars Read the Manual.
The Waring commercial toaster is, as it's name implies, a heavy duty piece of retaurant equipment. The manual tells the casual user that uneven toasting will occur if you use anything but day old bread at room temperature. Following these guidelines the product produces excellent results time after time. The user has infinite manual control over darkness. Well known throughout the industry, this item has a long track record of reliability and heavy duty, continuous use.

3-0 out of 5 stars Form versus Function
I like this toaster but here's the downside: it's huge, and weighs something like 12lbs; it toasts unevenly, the top being darker than the bottom of the toast, the slots are too narrow for bagels etc; and it doesn't pop up the toast. Here's the upside: it looks GORGEOUS, all gleaming stainless steel; it is a true commercial-grade piece of equipment, designed to toast all day, every day; you can rotate the toast half-way to avoid the unevenness problem; the toast stays warm inside the toaster when done, and as a result is crisper and crunchier.

The decider for you is the old form versus function dilemma. If convenience and even toast is more important to you, you're probably wasting your money on this model. If you (like me) enjoy something about the feel and look of commercial grade steel equipment in your kitchen, you may well enjoy this.

4-0 out of 5 stars Toaster
A big toaster, but makes a hell of a slice of toast. Worth the money. ... Read more


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