Made in the USA
( 4 product reviews )
$69.95 + $12 shipping
after 9500 doubled waffles
Posted by Titicatering, Oct 3, 2018
I bought 2 of these machine the t1110 thin version.
I was selling the waffles with caramel in between the waffles in the streets of costa rica and mexico. After
10 months I sold 9500 double waffled > so actually the 2 machines made 19.000 waffles. I keep my
recipe secret. But in Los Reyes of Mexico city they are still talking/asking about us.
After about 7000 doubled waffles (14.000) the insulated electric wire inside broke down, because of the
100 gallon of grease it had to endure. After a family member repaired it with a new heat insulated wire
we continued our legacy. I could not have done it without these excellent machines. (we were using 2
machines at the same time. perfect timing to handle 2 machines.)
These machine are more efficient then the professional one, for the simple reason that it cut off the
waffle when closing , loosing minimum of dough (I even take out the residu dough after half minute
from the inside and reuse that.)
I only wished Palmer made these machines for 220 volt for Europe. Now I have to look for a 110 volt
convertor to 220volt for European standard.
I hope you keep on selling these the next 100 year! Keep rocking Palmer !!
Posted by Ed, Mar 21, 2017
Extremely well made. The pictures don't do it justice, it's a work of art.
Heats quickly and maintains heat when cooking. After the first cookie, never had an issue with sticking.
Using it to make stroopwafels. They come out 1/16+ of an inch thicker than a traditional stroopwafel
maker, but still a lot closer than the pizelle maker I used previously. And it cooks faster and more evenly.
Maybe Palmer can make a DUTCH cookie iron that is just a tad thinner. *HINT* *HINT* :>)
Quality, made-in-America-just-like-the-good-ole-days product.
Posted by James K., Jan 20, 2015
I"ve been using mine for over 12 years and it works great. I use it for what we call
"French Cookies", using my dads recipe that must be 60 years old. We used to make them on the stove
before I got one of your "new electric" irons.
I hope you never go out of business. We need companies like this making such quality products. Thank
Not thin enough
Posted by Lawrence, Dec 8, 2014
The specification on this model says "3/16" inch cookies. Our cookies are coming out at least "1/4" thick.
It does not sound like much but is a big difference from the iron we use to have. They are too thick for
"Otherwise it is a good iron. We followed the directions for use and had no sticking problems. It is a solid
well manufactured iron.