Waring: A Pioneer in Small Kitchen Appliances

In 1937 Fred Waring introduced the first blender to the American public. Today Waring is one of the leading manufacturers of kitchen appliances for home, foodservice and laboratory. Waring caters to two market segments: Waring Commercial and Waring Pro, which provides a line of quality consumer products including; deep fryers, blenders, juice extractors, food slicers, waffle makers and convection ovens.

Waring Deep Fryer Families

Waring’s standard deep fryers, digital deep fryers and premium fryers score high in customer satisfaction, quality and performance.

Standard Deep Fryers

The standard deep fryers from Waring are stainless steel and run on 1500 to 1800 watts. They feature fast heat up and recovery times and a capacity range of 1.3 lb. to 2.3 lb. of food. Cool touch handles and removable oil pot with pouring spout are also features of their standard fryers. 

Digital Deep Fryers

The Waring digital deep fryers have all the features of the standard fryers and more. They include a 60 minute digital timer and large viewing window. They use 1800 watts and range in food capacity from 1.7 lb. to 2.3 lb. One model includes 3 fryer baskets.

Premium Fryers

The premium fryers from Waring have a large capacity with the added feature of a rotisserie. Capable of frying an18 lb. turkey or large portions of other foods, it also converts to a steamer for added flexibility. Premium features like a drainage system, cool touch handles, stainless steel construction and basket as well as a timer make these fryers best in class.


Waring gives its customers a one-year warranty from date of purchase, and five years on the motor included in their rotisserie deep fryers. Your Waring fryer can be registered online at http://www.waringwebstore.com/product_registration.asp or you can call Customer Service at: 1-877-798-7776 Monday – Friday 8am – 6pm EST. It is always a good idea to keep your sales receipt since registration alone may not be sufficient for a warranty claim.

How it all began

Fred Waring was a popular musician, bandleader and radio-television personality. In the 1930s, inventor Frederick Jacob Osius went to Waring for financial backing for an electric blender he had patented. The patent was awarded on March 1, 1938. In 1937 Waring now owned what was know as the Miracle Mixer and introduced it to the public at the National Restaurant Show in Chicago. It sold for $29.75. In 1938, Fred Waring renamed his Miracle Mixer Corporation to the Waring Corporation. During World War II blender production halted between 1941 and 1945. After the war, demand grew and Waring sales took off again when they added innovations like color-coordinated blenders with solid-state controls, and attachments to crush ice and grind coffee beans. In 1950, Dr. Jonas Salk uses the blender with an aseptic dispersal container attachment to develop the polio vaccine. In 1954 Waring sold their 1,000,000th blender.


In the early 1970’s Waring expands it's product line with a broad range of small kitchen appliances. 1977 Waring expands and purchases a 72,000-square-foot facility in McConnellsburg, PA. in 1985 Waring continues to diversify its product line and creates two product divisions — Waring Pro and Waring Commercial. 1998 Waring is acquired by Conair.

In 2000 Waring releases a host of new products including deep fryers and food slicers.

2003 Waring introduces a commercial-style rotating Belgian waffle maker. By the end of the decade they sold over 1,000,000 units. For 75 years Waring has delivered quality small appliances for professional results.