Cuisinart WMR-CAP2 Round Classic Waffle Maker, Brushed Stainless,Silver

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  • SUPERIOR FUNCTION: The round classic waffle maker is professional quality for home use, Bakes 1 large traditional-style belgian waffle at a time with four quarters and extra-deep waffle pockets
  • EASY TO USE: With dual indicator lights and a 5-setting browning control, you can choose your waffle’s specific cook temp, Nonstick coated waffle grids easily release waffles and make cleaning effortless
  • MUST-HAVE FEATURES: Regulating thermostat with red and green “ready to bake/ready to eat” indicator lights, You’ve also got 1-inch deep batter pockets for thick delicious waffles, Also stands on end for compact storage
  • INCLUDED: Instruction manual and recipe book with several recipe’s to get you started
  • LIMITED 3-YEAR WARRANTY: Refer to user manual for troubleshooting steps and questions surrounding warranty policies – this product is BPA free
Cuisinart WMR-CAP2 Round Classic Waffle Maker, Brushed Stainless,Silver
Cuisinart WMR-CAP2 Round Classic Waffle Maker, Brushed Stainless,Silver


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Specification: Cuisinart WMR-CAP2 Round Classic Waffle Maker, Brushed Stainless,Silver

Special Feature





Stainless Steel



Product Dimensions

7.88"D x 9.69"W x 3.31"H


1250 watts

Item Weight

3.85 pounds

Included Components

waffle maker





Material Type Free

BPA Free

Number of settings


Cable Length

30 Inches


Kitchen and Dining



Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

June 29, 2004

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for Cuisinart WMR-CAP2 Round Classic Waffle Maker, Brushed Stainless,Silver

4.9 out of 5
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  1. Roger Yepsen

    Makes perfect waffles. Just right size.

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  2. Michelle L.

    This waffle maker is just awesome. Let me start out by saying I have a few and they either take forever to cook or the waffles never get crispy. This waffle iron heats up fast. It stays hot and cranks out waffles one right after the next even with temperature a bit higher for crispier texture. It did not slow down cook time. It does not have a very large counter top footprint which is great for use in a smaller kitchen. Next, let’s give props to the non stick cooking surface. The waffles came right out with silicone tongs. Nothing stuck. Just so easy. It was a joy to use this waffle iron!! Two thumbs up Cuisinart, we’ll done.

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  3. W. G. Vinson

    It feels somewhat flimsy, but works just fine. I use the leftovers from making sourdough starter for slightly tangy waffles. Just tried mashing a few strawberries, stirring in a bit of maple syrup, and adding that to the batter. Excellent, served with just a tad of butter.

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  4. Ashley R

    This waffle maker is perfect! It’s at a great and affordable price and delivers delicious waffles! The first time I used it I was pleasantly surprised at how quickly the waffles were done. The light turns green when it’s heated and ready for the mix and turns red when your waffle is ready. Super simple! The plates really are non-stick so the clean up was easy and fast. I highly recommend this.

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    Positivo: potência e rapidez com que o alimento fica pronto.

    Negativo: produto tem plug padrão americano (modelo A e B) não é recomendável uso de adaptador de tomada. Tive que usar adaptador para tomada braseira e no segundo uso, iniciou curto na tomada. Tirei rápido mas mesmo assim derreteu um pouco o plug do aparelho e o adaptador. Sigo usando, com outro adaptador, mas agora com certo medo. Não pode sair de perto pra ficar monitorando a tomada e evitar acidente.

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  6. Jessica

    This is my first waffle maker – except for the Dash Mini. After I got the Dash Mini, I wanted to be able to make more at one time but I wasn’t ready to invest a lot of $. So since I have been a Cuisinart customer for many years, I decided to try this one. It is terrific. It does feel a bit flimsy but it works just fine. I have made regular waffles with the King Arthur gluten free flour and I made chaffles. Everything came out really good. It cooks fast. I’m glad I bought it.

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  7. Jessica

    I was gifted a waffle iron a good 10+ years ago; it looked a lot like the one I’ve bought again. Almost instantly I am reminded why I used the first waffle iron I had once and let it collect dust until I donated it when I moved last.

    I think it is most important to note that the waffle batter is important. Baking is science basically and this should be no different. I read some of the complaints here and I realize that what is missing is the recipe people used. The recipe could likely be the culprit behind lack luster waffles, right? So in short, my recipe includes egg whites, cornstarch, baking soda and baking powder alongside of vegetable oil and flour. There is some sugar, vanilla, buttermilk, and milk in there as well. I think the baking soda and cornstarch are pretty important to a waffle that crisps, has good air, and is light. Maybe I am wrong.

    The waffle iron is what people say that it is, a waffle iron. The price point can raise concerns that there are quality issues and I don’t deny that I will have to see what happens down the line, but for starters, this waffle iron seemed solid enough to give me what I wanted and that is a waffle.

    I made my batter, heated the iron and poured exactly ½ cup of batter in the center of the iron. I closed the lid and the lid lifted. It should not have done that at all, right? Well it did. I set the iron on 3 as the directions suggested (as did other reviews) and waited for the green light. In all the excitement I watched the green light go on and I just kept taking pictures. I left the waffle on there a bit too long but you know, it is a throw away because it was the first I made out of the box (after wiping the iron down) and I wasn’t about to eat that.

    I posted some pictures. The first one shows the waffle a bit darker than what I like and stuck to the top. That was tossed. I show pictures of the lid lifted, the batter (1/2 cup exactly) oozing out a bit, and of course the separation between the front and back of the lid.

    Attempt 2:
    This one I actually waited for the green light to go on and then I lifted the lid. I suggest using a hot glove because there was enough steam and heat that was a bit hot on the wrist. Attempt 2 resulted in a split waffle. It was that moment that I realized I hated waffle irons or that I recall hating them. What a hot mess, right?

    Attempt 3:
    Well this is going a bit better. I increased the time to “4”and waited. I used ½ cup of batter and lifted the lid slightly. It resisted so I took another 30 seconds or so and lifted the lid again. It split mostly but stuck to the top more. I tried it out just to see if my new batter recipe was delicious; I mean I am sure going through a lot just to find out the darn recipe was disgusting. It was delicious and I was pleased. I gave some to the dog and she was pretty happy. She doesn’t judge when the waffle served to her is split.

    Attempt 4:
    Thinking about my timing and realizing that setting 3 is not enough time and nor is 4, I thought I could either increase it or just leave the waffle on there a bit longer after the green light is on. I opted to go with setting 4 and another 30-45 seconds on the clock after the green light went on. Eureka!! I had a waffle! What is the secret other than time? Well I called on Pam. I realize it is said that non-stick spray isn’t necessary (and shouldn’t be used on non-stick surfaces anyway) but Pam was the only saving grace I think. For the price of this thing I won’t worry about messing up the surface, I guess. Also, I used just slightly less than ½ cup of batter. It made a difference. I don’t need a perfectly round waffle, I’m not IHOP.

    This was suitable for eating.

    Attempt 5:
    I figured I needed another waffle or at least one to share with the dog so off I went. This time I used the same “just shy” of ½ cup of batter, setting 4 and 30-45 seconds more on the clock. This one was equally delicious and the dog was pretty stoked that I didn’t give up. My tummy was happy I stuck with it as well.

    So here it is…
    You get what you pay for, blah blah blah, but if you think that your first waffle out of the gate is going to be a winner then you’re wrong. Unless you’ve done this before, I assure you that the amount of batter you were so worried about wasting will be used on throw away waffles. For $30 this is a keeper.

    After using it another two mornings I found that the best thing to do is let it heat up for a good amount of time before the first waffle. Even if the red light turns green, I suggest waiting. Letting it get to a real nice temp is key and the last time I used it, I didn’t have to use PAM at all. It could be that it is seasoned a bit but something this inexpensive doesn’t seem like it will have the best non-stick coating on it in the first place. Unlike cast-iron for example. I’m still quite happy with this. I will add that I do not get the spillage that people seem to get in the images. I would probably stop using it if I had that much clean up. This is out of being lazy more so than anything else. I think it is important to adjust the batter portion to get it to a point where you don’t get spillage. I also think the batter matters. I didn’t use the basic batter recipe.

    Makes classic waffles instead of those thick Belgium ones.
    Easy to use
    Quick cleanup
    Stores easily

    Plastic timer dial thing is well, plastic and cheap.

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  8. Fantasy Fan

    Non stick, heats and cooks well. Looks good and a good price.

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  9. Josephine

    This waffle maker was just what I wanted. There are varied temp controls and you can get crisp waffle. It has a small footprint and can be stored flat or on end. The red green light also shows accurately when it is hot and when done.

    The only drawback is there is not an on off switch so it is all controlled by plugging and unplugging.

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  10. JD

    Es excelente para además de waffles preparar sándwiches o “crepas” saladas y calentarlos para gratinar ingredientes! No se le pega nada a la parrilla ! Es muy buena solo tengan cuidado porque se calienta mucho la tapa exterior.

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