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Salter 3-in-1 Deep Fill Sandwich and Waffle Maker £16.99 with code @ Robert Dyas - (Free Click and Collect)
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Salter 3-in-1 Deep Fill Sandwich and Waffle Maker £16.99 with code @ Robert Dyas - (Free Click and Collect)

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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With its non-stick coated plates, automatic temperature control and interchangeable plates, this Salter sandwich maker makes it easier than ever to enjoy homemade toasties and waffles. It’s specially designed for toasting deep-filled sandwiches, so you can enjoy all your favourite fillings without spills or excess crusts.

Features and Benefits

  • Non-Stick - Cleaning is made easy with the non-stick coated plates with food sliding right off.
  • Interchangeable Plates - Whether you want a sandwich or waffle, you can change the plates to fulfil your needs.
  • Automatic Temperature Control - Rely on the sandwich maker to ensure your food does not over toast or burn.

Specifications
  • Power: 900W
  • Non-stick coated plates
  • LED power and ready indicators
  • Includes waffle and toastie plates
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Grill size: W28.5 x D15.2cm
  • Dimensions: H11.5 x W25.4 x D26.4cm

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I bought this, it's ok for the price, the description bangs on about how xxxxxl sized it is but it's only just about large enough for 2 toasted sandwiches.

..also no headphone jack...
Edited by: "Birdman99" 8th Dec 2019
The picture of those paninis were not made in that toastie maker. The lines on the bread go perpendicular to the length of the panini (paninus?), whereas the removable grill plate the grill lines run parallel to the length of the grill.

You could not fit a whole paninus length widthwise into the grill so I'm calling shenanigans.
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have a similar one, waffle making is an impossible project, takes half hour at least
Have one of these, gave up on it - waffles just don't cook and the sandwich trays are too deep so they cook unevenly and don't seal or cut. Not a good product imo.
We have one of these and it does the job on sandwiches/paninis, we did successfully make waffles once or twice too but haven't really used it for that much. Like many sandwich toasters, the designers seem to have gone out of their way to make sure the sandwich plates don't properly match any loaf size on the market, so they don't always seal very well as the edge of the bread won't line up with the shallow patches.
Edited by: "Aliwoo18" 8th Dec 2019
The picture of those paninis were not made in that toastie maker. The lines on the bread go perpendicular to the length of the panini (paninus?), whereas the removable grill plate the grill lines run parallel to the length of the grill.

You could not fit a whole paninus length widthwise into the grill so I'm calling shenanigans.
Waffly versatile
I bought this, it's ok for the price, the description bangs on about how xxxxxl sized it is but it's only just about large enough for 2 toasted sandwiches.

..also no headphone jack...
Edited by: "Birdman99" 8th Dec 2019
Got this off Amazon. I really like it! Think I paid about £25. Makes good waffles and sandwiches
satyris08/12/2019 10:24

The picture of those paninis were not made in that toastie maker. The …The picture of those paninis were not made in that toastie maker. The lines on the bread go perpendicular to the length of the panini (paninus?), whereas the removable grill plate the grill lines run parallel to the length of the grill. You could not fit a whole paninus length widthwise into the grill so I'm calling shenanigans.


The image on website clears it up :39293004-Y5RRh.jpg
satyris08/12/2019 10:24

The picture of those paninis were not made in that toastie maker. The …The picture of those paninis were not made in that toastie maker. The lines on the bread go perpendicular to the length of the panini (paninus?), whereas the removable grill plate the grill lines run parallel to the length of the grill. You could not fit a whole paninus length widthwise into the grill so I'm calling shenanigans.


Good spot, doesn't fill me with confidence in this item.

Not that you asked but panini is the plural, panino is singular.
Leave it to the professionals at Birds Eye

39293378-8fTWl.jpgThey know what they're doing.
gergob07/12/2019 17:12

have a similar one, waffle making is an impossible project, takes half …have a similar one, waffle making is an impossible project, takes half hour at least



jamieoliver.com/rec…es/ takes 5/6 minutes tops and can add anything to them to vary them up.
I had a waffle in Amsterdam in the gardens of the Rijksmuseum on a cold, sunny spring morning. It was dusted with powdered sugar and squirty cream. I don't know if it was the beauty of Rembrandt's painting that inspired me or maybe the "perfumed" air of the gardens but right then and there, eating that waffle took on a great significance to me, showed me there was something greater to mankind than I had ever thought possible... Then a bird shat on my coat sleeve and awoke me from my reverie.
39294902-XR3Ld.jpgTop cash back gives 33p back. So even cheaper.
Lazlo08/12/2019 12:48

Good spot, doesn't fill me with confidence in this item.Not that you asked …Good spot, doesn't fill me with confidence in this item.Not that you asked but panini is the plural, panino is singular.


I was asking really! It was a silent cry for spelling accuracy, too often nowadays cast aside in favor of speed of communication at the expense of accuracy. I'm just kidding of course I couldn't give a fig how people use their apostrophes (or should that be apostrophe's...) and I am all in favor of novel spelling customs and as such, tip my hat to the Americans and their dropping the u in words ending -our. As such, my spell checker is screaming at me, metaphorically speaking.


What I am trying to say, in a very roundabout way, is thank you. I was not aware that there was a singular form of panini; it sounds like there ought to be one but obviously paninus was not it!
39381245-y2W5T.jpgOnly 8 min and you have just perfect waffles. That already second round. It's worth to buy!
Edited by: "Lukasyno" 15th Dec 2019
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