I recently bought a Hamilton Beach Waffle Maker. It is simple to use. My only issue is that the non-stick grids cannot be removed so it is difficult at times. After I bought the waffle maker, I made an announcement to my family that they were banned from using it to make waffles with gluten and dairy. Cross-contamination can take place very easily especially when someone does not clean it properly. The waffles came out good. They were surprisingly fluffy. Usually when I bake with gluten free flour, it comes out a bit dense or hard. Even after the waffles were stored in the fridge and microwaved, they were still soft and fluffy. When I was making the waffles, I had the setting at medium temperature level.