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Max Burton #6450 Digital LCD 1800 Watt Induction Cooktop Counter Top Burner
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- Max Burton #6450 Induction Cooktop uses 120V AC Power, standard in all homes. Energy efficient, portable, lightweight and easy to use.
- One touch simmer and boil. New space saving design includes a digital LCD screen and screen lock to prevent setting changes.
- Digital temperature control from 100°F to 450°F, in 25°F increments. Digital timer with 1 minute increments up to 180 minutes.
- Compatible with any induction ready cookware, to include cast aluminum enameled iron and steel, stainless steel with magnetic bottom, cast iron or ANY cookware if used with our 6010 Induction Interface Disk.
- Safety Features Include: auto shut-down in the event of a short circuit, overvoltage or overheating; incompatible cookware is detected; or if operated for over 3 hours
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The Max Burton 6450 Digital Induction Cooktop is portable, easy to use and energy efficient! With induction cooking, your cookware is heated by a magnetic field inside of the cooktop. Therefore; the cooktop will self-adjust to the size of the cookware being used and you are not heating the air around you. There is no open flame or exposed heating element to burn people or surrounding items, making this ideal for young and old. The Max Burton 6450 Induction Cooktop is lightweight (6 lbs.), plugs into any standard household outlet and has an easy to use LCD touch screen. This cooktop can be used as a primary or secondary burner in the home, dorm, office, boat, RV or gourmet kitchen. It is great for entertaining, holidays, outdoor parties and as an extra cooking space. This is also a fantastic option for food service industries where non-NSF equipment is permitted.
- One touch simmer and boil buttons
- LCD display and touchpad controls
- 120V, 15 amps of electricity – standard household outlet
- Up to 1800 watts with Heat Mode – 10 Heat Settings
- Temp Mode – 15 Temperature settings from 100° to 450° in 25° increments
- 180-minute programmable timer
- Lock to prevent setting changes
The Max Burton 6450 Digital Induction Cooktop will automatically shut down in the event of:
- Short circuit
- Unsuitable cookware is detected
- 3 hours of continued, non-stop use
Not all cookware is compatible with induction cooktops. The pan must have ferrous iron content in the bottom in order for induction cooking to work. The "Magnet Test" can help you know if your cookware can be used with induction cooktops. Inside this product is a small kitchen magnet. Place the magnet on the bottom of the cookware, if the magnet holds, it is compatible. In the event that the cookware is not compatible our 6010 Induction Interface Disk can be used.
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2/14/2020 Still going strong like on day 1.
TL;DR update: Expensive, very powerful (unsafe) water boiler.
I see this is a budget PolySci, so I'll structure this review using that as a comparison. Bear in mind this is more than 15x cheaper than a PolySci!
I live in a studio with a cooktop intended for use on a boat or mobile home, which doesn't quite cut it for me as an avid cook. I got this to compliment my PolySci as another powerful burner. For the price, this is tremendous value, and in terms of power nearly keeps up with the PolySci, though it does lack the extreme precision of the PolySci.
Precision-wise, the Burton offers power levels, or 25 degree intervals of heat. Don't expect more precision, but don't expect less either.
As a comparison, both burners boil water in about the same amount of time, and much quicker than just about any gas stove. Continuing up to med-high temperatures, the Burton kept pace with the PolySci in terms of time to get to heat, and consistency of said heat (albeit at greater intervals of temperature). The Burton couldn't quite keep up when searing, but still did a very good job.
Overall noise, they run at about the same noise level, relatively quiet. The beeps when using the controls on the Burton are more a screech than a beep.
While this lacks some of the awesome features of some higher-end cooktops in terms of precision of heating, timer utility, and probe control, it absolutely makes up for it by being hundreds of dollars cheaper.
This is for you if:
-You need a powerful induction cooktop on a lower budget
-You like precision, but don't need down-to-the-degree control
-You want to compliment a more precise set up with a powerful burner.
This is not for you if:
-You *need* a complete all-in-one high precision cooktop
-You don't have any counter space. With great power comes great size. Don't expect other powerful burners to be smaller, though.
-You cannot stand beeps. This has a very loud and annoying beep when using controls.
Honestly the beeping noise any time you press a button is absolutely horrendous. Just listen to some music while you cook, and let the beep be a reminder of all the money you saved.
My drawback so far: condensation builds up in the display and I have not found out how to dry it out.
DID NOT get items hot enough when attempting to use for deep frying.
2 qts or more in a cast iron deep fryer and the temp never really got above 325 which is NOT high enough for fish or some other frying jobs. even though the temp select said 400. and even at 325 once even a single item hit the oil the recovery time was horrible.
Perhaps a higher wattage would help with the recovery time and holding higher temps
So overall a good product but if you need large pots to stay at high temp....forget it.