Waring Pro® Cotton Candy Maker
Enjoy cotton candy in no time with this easy-to-use machine. Simply flip the switch and add spinning sugar to create soft, melt-in-your-mouth cotton candy. The halogen heater system quickly heats, so you’re not waiting long before enjoying your sweet treat. The BPA-free splash guard keeps you mess-free, while the hub detaches for easy cleaning.
Includes two reusable, BPA-free cones and 10 paper cones. Hand wash. 13½" x 13½" x 11". 3½ lbs. 360 watts. Limited 5-year motor warranty.
Why wait for the fair to come to town? Now you can make deliciously light and fluffy cotton candy right in your own kitchen!
FUN AND FESTIVE
Add a touch of carnival amusement to birthday parties, barbecues, weddings or any celebrations. Guests will adore home-spun sugar made fresh for them.
QUICK AND EASY-TO-USE
Simply flip the switch and add spinning sugar to create soft, melt-in-your-mouth cotton candy. The halogen heater system quickly heats, so you’re not waiting long before enjoying your sweet treat.
KEEPS MESSES TO A MINIMUM
The BPA-free splash guard keeps you mess-free, while the hub detaches for easy cleaning.
- Makes home-spun cotton candy, just like at the fair
- A festive addition to birthday parties, barbecues, and celebrations
- Easy-to-use machine does all the work
- Heats quickly with little downtime
- Splash guard keeps messes to a minimum
- Detachable hub for easy cleaning
- Includes two reusable, BPA-free cones and 10 paper cones
- Manufacturer: Waring Pro
- Includes: Machine, 2 reusable cones, 10 paper cones
- Care: Hand wash
- Material: Plastic, aluminum and metal
- Dimensions: 13½" x 13½" x 11"
- Watts: 360 watts
- Warranty: Limited 5-year motor warranty
- Model: #CC150SLT
- Made in China
Waring’s roots date back to 1936 when an inventor named Fred Osius approached Fred Waring, a popular entertainer of the 1930s, 40s and 50s, with his latest invention. Osius was seeking support for a new mixer that would “revolutionize people’s eating habits.” Waring was intrigued with the concept and agreed to back the new product, even when the prototype failed to work the first time.
Six months and $25,000 later, the prototype still didn’t work. However, Waring’s background as a mechanical engineer kept him enthusiastic and ultimately he helped perfect the final product. With his support, the engineering and production problems were solved in time to introduce the new “Miracle Mixer” (as it was then called) at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago in 1937. The Waring Blendor® name was adopted shortly thereafter and in 1938, the product was officially renamed the Waring Blender.
World War II temporarily halted blender production, but in 1946 Waring’s sales took off again as consumer demand grew. Product innovations continued with the introduction of color-coordinated blenders with solid-state controls and attachments that crushed ice and ground coffee.
In the 1950s, new uses for the blender were constantly emerging, including applications in research laboratories. In fact, Dr. Jonas Salk used a Waring blender with an aseptic dispersal container attachment to develop his lifesaving polio vaccine.
During the late 60s and 70s design and engineering breakthroughs by Waring led to the creation of a more versatile, efficient blender that was widely affordable. In 1977 Waring purchased a 72,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in McConnellsburg, Pennsylvania.
Over the years, Waring continually expanded its product line and kicked off the new millennium with a host of new products. Today, the company offers a wide range of professional-quality home appliances that includes blenders, food slicers, meat grinders, wine chillers, waffle makers and more.
Looking ahead, Waring plans to continue its legacy by offering products that reflect the company’s well-respected heritage while incorporating innovations in design and technology.