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Waffle Irons - Please school me
Jun 13th, 2016 at 1:31am
 
I have fallen in love with the cast waffle irons.   The problem is, well, I know nothing about them other than I think they are beautiful  and really neat.   When I purchase one, it will be a user.   I would like a nice one.  I would like one that will hold its value.    Is there anything to look out for when buying?  Specific damage, missing parts, wear areas, etc..? What is a good price range?  I am not scared of a really cruddy and dirty one that needs some tlc.  In fact, I prefer that.   One, for the lower price, two, for the fun in cleaning it up and ringing it back to life.    I will be using it on an electric stove with traditional coil burners.   Do I need a low base or high base? 

Please help me.  I need Waffles.  Smiley
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