Cuisinart vs Waring
This is going to be a very interesting review between the Cuisinart soup maker and the Waring soup maker. I’m not going to explain how they work as you can read the reviews on this website to find that information. What i am going to try and do is compare the two machines to find out the differences and which one to buy. Looking at both soup makers side by side they do look slightly different but at the same time very much alike. There could be a reason why they look so similar which i will explain below.
Both are made by the same parent company which is Conair or you may know it as Babyliss so its quite possible that they are the same machine but package differently with subtle styling changes. I’m not saying they are the same as I’m not 100% sure but they do look and perform very similar.
Both have identical jugs with the same 1.75ltr capacity and the lids look the same as well. Both have the same controls which consists of an on/off button stir function and a rotary blender control. Both have the same LED control panel stainless steel blades and a 1000watt motor.
Both have a hot plate that you use to saute and you make soup identically in each one in the same amount of time with the great results. So there is not a lot of difference between the two of them if indeed they are differant.
So how do you decide which one to buy.
This is a tough one as they are both excellent soup makers and its hard to separate them, the Cuisinart soup maker has a lot more reviews on Amazon with just over 4 stars whilst the Waring soup maker has less reviews but still has 4 stars. So you can read the various reviews which might help you to make up your mind or it could be that you prefer the styling of one or the other but there is one more thing you should think about and that is the price. The Cuisinart is usually more expensive than the Waring but prices can change all the time so check them out before you buy.
Myself i like to go on which is the best seller unless you can get the same quality with good reviews at a much cheaper price. These soup makers are too close to call but i think the Cuisinart just has it for me although it is slightly more expensive than the Waring but that doesn’t mean its better it’s just because that its got more reviews from happy customers then that is enough for me to part with my hard earned cash.