I have not regularly eaten toasted sandwiches since my University days, and was delighted to be offered the crème de la crème of toastie makers to review, the Waring Deep Fill Sandwich Maker.
Way back in student days, my toastie maker was used by someone most days, for toasties both savoury and sweet – my favourite was cheese and curry powder – which tastes rather better than it sounds – and the Mars Bar toastie was an old favourite. It was a piece of equipment that was spectacularly badly designed, and a nightmare to clean with greasy burnt crumb filled crevices. Yuck! It was a wonder that non of us were poisoned.
The Waring Deep Fill Sandwich Maker is an altogether a different beast, with controllable temperature, removable dishwasherable metal plates, and proper non stick.
Review Waring Deep Fill Sandwich Maker
- The non stick is excellent, toasties won’t stick
- The removable plates make cleaning up a breeze
- Solid machine with a metal body
- You can really stuff a sandwich very full
- Can also use for omelettes
- Great for snacks and quick meals
- Undeniably it is expensive
- The temperature dial feels loose and plasticy
- For the price I’d like to see both griddle and flat plates for panini included
- The sandwich plates are huge, you need to find a large loaf of bread
Verdict – excellent for heavy useage for a family where everyone eats at different times – would be great for hungry teens and students.
The Waring Deep Fill Sandwich Maker comes with a 3 year guarantee, available from Argos for £50.
Thanks to Waring for my toastie maker.