The first wafflemaker I used was a secret santa gift my mom got. Until the it was frozen waffles or restaurant waffles. Seemed OK to me, I knew nothing else. Making waffles homemade is so easy and so much cheaper. I used bisquick and could make a couple regular waffles, add some fruit, chocolate chips, nuts or or something to it and make some totally different ones. I started doing this and eating and serving them and freezing the leftover, microwave or pop in toaster and you have nice hot waffles again. Great idea for moms. It's cheaper and better than buying frozen, you can sneak in nutritious stuff, and if you make it on the weekends and freeze you have all week to quickly and easy eat this homemade delight.
This particular wafflemaker is quick and easy to use. How can you go wrong when it has a sensor light that tells you when your waffles are just right. It makes a round 4 sectioned waffle so you can have a large plate size waffle or 4 baby waffles, my daughter likes the latter and picks them up and dips them. It has a channel all the way around the edge to keep escaping batter from landing on the counter, keeping clean up easy.
It has held up well and still works great. It is non stick so easy to remove waffles and easy to clean up. To clean just wipe off after it cools.