- Performance (50%)6.6
- Design (20%)8.8
- Ease of Use (30%)5.6
- Performance (50%)6.7
- Design (20%)8.7
- Ease of Use (30%)9.6
If you have used a Belgian waffle maker earlier, you will be familiar with the Chefman Anti-Overflow’s design. It has a rounded body, and the waffle plates are capable of baking 7-inch waffles. A deep “anti-overflow” moat surrounds the plates to prevent excess batter from spilling out.
All these features, combined with the affordable price, make the Chefman Anti-Overflow a good option if you’re looking for a cheap option to bake waffles for your family.
On the other hand, the DASH No-Drip Belgian waffle maker will be a great choice if you regularly cook a large batch of waffles at home. The large waffle plates can simultaneously cook four 4-inch square waffles.
There are certain caveats, though: the DASH No-Drip Belgian doesn’t look as good as the Chefman Anti-Overflow, nor is it made of such sturdy materials. It also lacks features like a browning control dial. Nonetheless, some users may find the bulk-cooking ability well worth the money.
Pros & Cons
- High-quality and sturdy design
- Works well with boxed waffle mix
- Anti-overflow moat can minimize spillage
- Well-built waffle plates with a non-stick layer
- Tactile, easy-to-use control panel
- Comes with a measuring cup
- Capable of bulk cooking (can make four waffles at once)
- Did an acceptable job in our test with the self-mixed recipe
- Solid build quality
- High safety rating
- Easy to clean
- Didn’t perform well on self-mixed recipe
- Awkward and potentially dangerous lid lock
- Too many hot surfaces
- Can be difficult to clean
- The unit’s appearance looks quite cheap
- Lacks a control panel
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