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1939 and Westinghouse was way ahead of the times with this really lovely "Low Boy" style waffle iron which they made in their brand new plant in Mansfield, Ohio. Special heaters developed for this iron allows it to be low and sleek. Just as appropriate today as back then.  Extremely sophisticated and sensitive thermostat and a light that glows when the heaters are off. What that means is when you pour the waffle, the light will go out because the heaters come on. When the light comes back on it is a good indication that the waffle is "done" and the thermostat has turned the heaters off. They did not skimp on the internals either, very well made, easy to use. Plates are hardened aluminum that heat nicely and hold heat perfect. Black accent handles from phenolic plastic ("Bakelite") protect you from burns and the extra long top handle is very nice, keeping your fingers away from the heat. It also serves to hold the light keeping it away from the worst heat.

Makes a 7 inch waffle, 1/4 inch top/bottom. Thermostat control is OFF, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. It runs from 319 to 490 degrees F.

Standard 1/2 inch C-C cord set (I include a new one).

Very, very nice iron which looks good and bakes perfect.

Plates (Irons): Uncoated Plates
Thermostats: With Thermostat
Cord: Separate cord
Cord Style/Type: 3 foot new


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