I tried it for the first time yesterday. I felt like it was a gamble since I could not find any reviews on it before I purchased it. As it turns out, it worked great and made great tasting Belgian Waffles. I used Bisquick batter (the waffle recipe). Make sure you spray both sides with cooking spray (I did this for each waffle made). Once the irons are hot, pour the batter into the center, flip immediately, and cook the waffles for about 3 minutes for best results. Don't rely on the green light to come on to indicate the waffles are done. The waffles cook faster after the first one.
I am fairly adept and making waffles, however this one burns them even on the lowest setting if you aren't watching every second. I have used others with great success. Unfortunately I have it tucked away and will probably be sold at a yard sale.
So far so good, no complaints whatsoever makes waffles really well. It has a timer that you can adjust for different thickness of batter. Feels like the hotel experience, which always brings back good memories for me.