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KitchenArt 18000 Adjust-A-Burger Press

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  • Saves time and makes uniform, consistently sized and weighted burgers for friends and family
  • Adjusts to perfectly measure and dispense 1/4-pound, 1/3-pound, or 1/2-pound patties
  • Made of durable plastic with easy-to-read markings
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Makes a great gift idea for novices and seasoned chefs alike
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Product Description

KitchenArt Adjust-A-Burger perfectly measures and dispenses 1/4-pounds, 1/3-pounds, or 1/2-pounds patties.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 4.8 x 2.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0018EHKW8
  • Item model number: 18000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,259 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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3.8 out of 5 stars

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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dance teacher on July 9, 2009
Every Spring I borrow a friend's Chef'n burger press that works great for making 50-60 burgers for our annual branding, and since I could not find that product online, I was looking for a comparable product. Of those available online, I purchased this burger press because my family prefers the large sized burgers that it makes (over 4" across). I like the adjustability (it can make 1/4, 1/3 and 1/2 lb burgers), and the ease with which it makes smooth edges when you press the meat into the mold. The problems lie in these aspects of the design: First - it is hard to hold onto if, like me, you have pretty small hands. And Second - once you have gotten your hands all greasy from pressing the ground meat into the mold, it is next to impossible to turn the outside piece to push the formed burger out! Regardless, for the price, this works pretty well if you are not in a hurry to get a lot of burgers ready for a crowd.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Kristal on September 20, 2012
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The device doesn't have a way to dislodge the burger patties after you create them. You have to shake them loose and then they fall apart. When your hands are clean and dry, you can unscrew the two pieces and take them apart and you could get the patties out then, but who can keep their hands clean and dry when they're making burger patties? Also, the device has to be clean and dry or you can't get any traction to take it apart to free the burger patty. My husband and I used it last night for the first (and last) time. It took us 12 tries to get 3 patties because they kept falling apart when we tried to get them out. Today he washed it and the ink came off and smeared all over everything. I would love to attach a picture, but I can't see how to do that. Fortunately, it didn't cost much, but I still feel like it was a waste.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Wolfee1 on July 16, 2011
KitchenArt Adjust-A-Burger Press I have it for over two years now, I do not eat Red Meat so I make Turkey and Veggie Burgers. The Adjust-A-Burger has three choices of thickness 1/4 Lb., 1/2 Lb. and the one I like to make 1/3 of a Pound Patties. Turkey Meat is very Sticky, I put a drop of oil on the Adjust-A-Burger and spread it all over the top so the Patty will release without any problems, but you know, my favorite is to use a knife and Peel the Patty right off because the oil is too messy

I never had any problems I'm so used to it and make Patties very fast, you can Check my Posted Pictures and you'll see what I mean. The Adjust-A-Burger makes 4-1/4 Inch wide Patties and that is Big enough for me, I make many of them. I use Parchment or Wax paper squares and I flip the Adjust-A-Burger filled with Turkey meat onto the paper square I press down to compress and make the Patty even, then I release it and the Adjust-A-Burger makes perfectly shape Patties. I am giving it Five Stars because for me it works Great! ...I think it's just a matter of learning and getting used to it. Check my Pictures, Thank You D.D.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Tech Guy on February 24, 2012
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My burger patties used to be hand made and of variable size/weight/diameter. No more! Consistent patty/size/weight makes grilling , or cast iron skillet (preferred method), a breeze.

We make/freeze perfect 1/3 pound burger patties and slow cook them.

There have been complaints about greasy fingers trying to twist the patties out. Found I can just leave it set as is and use a finger to remove the patty with ease.

....and now I'm hungry.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By VeganRN on March 2, 2011
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Any moisture whatsoever causes the fingers to slip along the outside, making it impossible to push out the burger or readjust afterwards. It's tricky to adjust with dry fingers. A bulbous point on the inside has to slip into a groove just so to lock it at whichever position you choose. It's tricky the initial time and just gets worse thereafter. Get yourself a small fruit can or water chestnut can that is only a couple of inches high and a little wider in circumference than the regular 15-16 oz soup/bean cans. Use your can opener to take off both sides and use this to pack in the burger mix with your fingers or the backs of your fingers directly onto the cooking pan or waxed paper or whatever. Afterwards, gently pull off the can. It's simple and 100% more effective than this waste of money/piece of junk filling my kitchen. It's an awkward size that can't be easily placed in just any drawer or cupboard to boot. I really don't have one nice thing to say about this product. BTW, I tried it out on several different veggie burger recipes without avail. These were not greasy burger mixes so I can't imagine how slippery this would be with fatty meat burgers.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Gordon on September 27, 2011
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I haven't had the same problems with this as a lot of the other reviewers have (though I do have large hands). I normally wear latex gloves when making my burger patties, and haven't had trouble with it slipping out of my hands or issues getting the burger to pop out. Some little bits of meat do sometimes stick to the plastic, but I find that a quick spritz of pam helps loosen it up. It's also surprisingly accurate with the measurements -- I made 10 lbs. of burgers for a BBQ using the 1/4 lb setting, and ended up with 39 burgers. Just shy of the 40 I should have gotten, but definitely close enough for my uses. I do feel like the mechanism could be made to act a little more smoothly, but I find this to be a nice help if trying to make burgers to a specific size.
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