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Pizzelle Iron Model 1000 Made in USA $69.95

  • Pizzelle Maker
  • Pizzelle Maker
  • Model #1000T Non-Stick
  • We will engrave the Model #1000 Pizzelle iron with one letter for $30.00 and 2 - 8 letters for $40.00. The design is displayed on each cookie. What a great way to pass down a tradition. Must call us to create a design: 724-872-8200.
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  • Spoonful Of Sugar Bake Shop shares their picture of their engraved iron. Please see our 'Where to Buy' section on more info on this company.
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Pizzelle Iron Model #1000
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Product Description

Palmer Electric Pizzelle Iron Made in USADescription: Made in USA by Palmer. This very popular iron is designed to make delicious crispy high ribbed pizzelles in half the time required by hand irons. Makes 2 thin 4 1/2" - 1/4"thick cookies, 120v 800w, UL listed, Cast aluminum plates, 5 year manufacturer's warranty on electrical parts, which are imported. Made in the USA!!! Also available in Non-Stick for $74.95 - Model #1000T Can also be engraved for an additonal $30.00 for 1 letter and $40.00 for 2 - 8 letters. We will engrave the center of the iron with up to 8 letters in script or block. Must call for details: 724-872-8200.

Warranty Information

5 Year Warranty on electrical parts

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  1. Family Tradition

    Posted by Christine Pizzi on 27th May 2014

    I've been making pizzelles for 50 years starting with my grandmother's long handled on the burner one at a time. Then my mother bought a Palmers in the 1960'a. She is 86 has 2 Palmers and makes 4 pizzelles at a time. I have my Palmer, given to me by Mom and I make them all year round - by demand from my daughters and grandkids. It is the best - if only the name was "PALMERINI"!!!!

  2. Choose Only the Best

    Posted by Dorothy Rozzi Belknap on 8th Jan 2014

    The Palmer is the definitive pizzelle iron. You are ill-advised if someone suggests another
    manufacturer. My sister gave me mine 1972. The cord did wear out after 20 years, but I did not hesitate to reorder. Our 5 grandkids are now in their 20s, so I have gifted them each one of their own. Now that we live afar, they will joyfully make their own holiday specialty - the pizzelle.

  3. Gluten Free Pizzelles YUM !!

    Posted by Nora on 20th Dec 2013

    I bought your #1000 pizzelle maker when I found a gluten free recipe to make them. I followed your instructions to heat maker 15 minutes and coat with shortening. They came out so delicious , never stuck to the iron and came out nice and thin and crispy ! Thanks for an awesome pizzelle iron !

  4. wonderful

    Posted by Tiner909 on 19th Dec 2013

    My mom has had my grammas iron as long as I can remember!I have my husbands grammas iron and use it every holiday. Best product, lasts forever! I am buying one just to have in case something happens to mine, and to have for my daughter!

  5. Iron will last forever!!!!

    Posted by Gabrielle on 4th Dec 2013

    It is a tradition in my Italian family that we receive this as a wedding gift from our parents. My mother received a Palmer in 1966 and still uses the same one today. I received mine in 1996 and it is still going strong. I remember Pizzelles as a great Italian tradition during the holidays. My children cannot wait for me to start making them. Palmer is THE ONLY BRAND to buy. I bought a Villaware iron that makes 3 small pizzelles at a time. I hate it! It just sits in the cupboard. Villaware is hard to use and doesn't make perfect Pizzelles like the PALMER!!!

  6. The best!

    Posted by Mary Sue on 26th Nov 2013

    I've had mine 20+ years have bought other models to speed up the making but they don't compare - got mine at the Pennsylvania Macaroni Co. in Pittsburgh PA - Love it!

  7. 32 years old and still works

    Posted by SVM on 10th Mar 2013

    I received this from my grandmother. She received it from my grandfather in 1981 as a gift. My grandmother would always make the cookies around the holidays when we were little and was still making them up to this past Christmas 2012!

  8. Over 26 years old and still cooking !!!!!

    Posted by Mer on 21st Dec 2012

    I inherited this pizzelle from my mother over 26 years ago and she used it many years before that. My husband and I make 12 dozen of pizzelles a couple times a year. I will definitely replace it with another Palmer (USA) when and if this one no longer works.

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