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Max Burton 6200 Deluxe 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop
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- 1800 Watts
- LED display
- 10 power levels
- Temperature range from 100°F - 450°F
- 180-minute timer
- Cookware detection sensor
- Overheat sensor; safe for young and old
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1800 Watts LED display 10 power levels Temperature range from 100°F - 450°F 180-minute timer Cookware detection sensor Overheat sensor Safe for young and old Induction rated cookware is required and easy to find. For a quick test, apply a magnet to your existing cookware. If it sticks it will work! Bullets change to: 1800-watt high-quality induction cooktop provides 10 power levels Push-button controls and digital display; 180-minute timer with auto shut-off 10 temperature settings; Temperature range from 100°F - 450°F; Overheat sensor; in-line fuse; LED Display For use with induction-compatible cookware; unsuitable-cookware detector Measures 13-2/7 by 12-1/2 by 2-3/5 inches
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1. The difference between the model 6200 and the 6000 is that the 6200 has a stainless steel skin, while the 6000 is black plastic. The innards and wattage are identical.
2. If you purchase this with 1-click ordering, you'll miss out on free shipping. Grrrrr. To avoid spending an extra $9.00 on postage, use the checkout cart instead, then change the shipping method to "Free Shipping"
3. If you want an excellent overview of induction cookers, look up the topic in wiki-pedia.
4. (Updated 8-2011). Someone in the comments below asked what the wattages are: When the "Power" mode is selected, Level 1: 200w. 2-500. 3-800. 4-1000. 5-1200. 6-1300. 7-1400. 8-1500. 9-1600. 10-1800w. When the "Temperature" mode is selected, the ranges (1-10) are (in degrees F): 140, 180, 210, 250, 280, 320, 360, 390, 430, 450.
5. (Updated 11-2012). I had not used the "Temperature" mode at all. A friend came over for Thanksgiving with his bacon/watercress soup (thick) and needed to re-heat it. After messing around with the "Power" and "Time" settings, he finally chose "Temperature" at 140. There was much less stirring, and no fussy regulation of a flame (all to avoid burning the soup on the bottom of the pan). He was mightily impressed, and since he is an excellent cook, I was mightily impressed too. Reminder: his excellent soup pot was aluminum, and so it would not heat at all (Error "E0" in the display, after two seconds). We loaned him a nice cast iron Le Creuset pot and all progressed smoothly. Remember that any pot that attracts a magnet will work, and that excludes all aluminum and most stainless steel. Furthermore: the traditional cooks swarming and crowding the kitchen stove on Thanksgiving were just as glad to have him and the induction unit out on the patio, and out of the way.
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After 5 months my unit is still working fine, and I use it for most of my "stovetop" cooking. I wouldn't mind a finer control for very low temps, but the 10 settings provided work pretty well for most everything. For a few things I switch back and forth between setting 1 & 2 or 2 & 3 - mainly things like hot toasted sandwiches (which I cook in an iron fajita skillet, with a 2nd skillet on top to weigh it down). I found that a silicon potholder (got mine from Target) works great to put under the pots to protect the cooktop from scratches. I haven't noticed that it matters whether the pan is perfectly flat (maybe the potholder underneath helps this?).Read more ›
June 18 update. The replacement unit from the manufacturer arrived. Took a bit long to get the replacement unit - about 3 weeks since we first contacted Max Burton. Return shipping cost of $20 was my responsibility.
July 8 update. The replacement unit from the manufacturer just quit. Less than a month of use and this new cooktop broke! I'm changing my rating to 1 star because of unreliability.
This one is cheaper by $40 when the shipping is figured in, and has more power (1800 watts vs 1300 watts). It was also rated highest by Cook's Illustrated among the models they tested. The NuWave claims precise temperature control in 10-degree increments which is what interested me most. The Max Burton has only ten temperature settings from 100 to 450 degrees Fahrenheit in roughly 50 degree increments, specifically 100, 150, 210, 250, 280, 320, 360, 390, 430, and 450. In my tests the temperatures do hold pretty steady but they do not match the readout AT ALL, and what the temperature actually is depends upon how big the pan being used is and how much is in it. In the Nuwave ads, they claim that if you set 375 degrees for frying chicken, in their example, then 375 degrees is exactly what you will get. For instance, when I make a single serving of fries in a particular cast iron skillet, I get a consistent temperature of about 358 degrees when the cooker readout is set to 430. With some other pan set at 430, the temperature will be something else, but it will be steady.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This works well. Gets hot quickly. Best to let it start getting the pot hot before putting the food in, or you can burn it. Read morePublished 1 day ago by JR
Worked well, but does not have degree of temperature control needed for this type counter top induction stove.Published 20 days ago by Amazon Customer
So far so good. Works very well and pans are ready to cook within seconds. A little loud and just as weird sounding as most induction burners. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Roger
Wish I could have a full induction built in range top, but in the meantime, this plug in is terrific. I've had it a couple of years and it functions perfectly.Published 21 days ago by kfordlaw
Rapid easily controlled heating for induction cookware. Worthless when using the non-induction ring.Published 29 days ago by Millie Jones
This works great! Heats up fast, great construction and durability. Heavy duty cord and smooth exterior finish.Published 1 month ago by V. Jones
As far as induction goes and as far as size, portability, and power goes, this device is adequate and reasonably priced for its power output and ease of use. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Charlie in NW