Weston Burger Express Hamburger Press with Patty Ejector
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- Adjustable patty thickness from 1/4 inch to 1 1/2 inch
- Patty diameter is 4 1/2 inch
- Spring plunger button compacts the patty tightly then pops back for quick patty removal.
- Non-stick coating for quick and easy clean-up
- Heavy duty aluminum construction
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Weston Non-Stick Single Hamburger Press
Packing perfect, homemade burgers has never been simpler. Pressing helps ensure patties won't fall apart on the grill. Exclusive spring plunger makes patty pressing and removal effortless. Also great for making stuffed burgers, crab cakes and sausage patties.
- Made of nonstick cast aluminum
- Wipes clean
- Patty Paper (keeps press mess free & separates patties) available in 500 sheets (10-0103-W) or 1000 sheets (10-0102-W)
- One-Year Manufacturer's Warranty
- Adjustable patty thickness up to 1 1/2 inch with a 4 3/8 inch diameter
- Patty diameter is 4 1/2 inch
About Weston Brands
The mission of Weston is to fuel a movement of food traditionalists with enduring, well-built products needed for a self-sustaining approach to food. Weston develops, markets, and distributes appliances and accessories under the proprietary Weston brand and private label brands. Products are designed for hunters, gardeners and food enthusiasts who have a passion for farm-to-table and field-to-table foods.
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Top Customer Reviews
The spring that ejects the burger helps maintain their shape. I would suggest using "patty paper" on the top AND bottom of the burger. This prevents residue from the meat getting on the press, and makes the frozen patties easier to separate.
In this design, the meat sits on the flat surface, while the 'cup' or 'hole' that the meat is pressed in to to form the burger is what you push down on. This is good, since if the cup/hole is on the bottom - it can be quite hard to get that burger out intact!
A big plus is that this press can make burgers of different thicknesses, but I do wish they'd pre-marked a couple of notches on the adjustment slide indicating the correct thickness for a 1/4 pounder and a 1/2 pounder. Easy to do - just annoying they didn't think of that!
Finally, when making the burgers, I found that a quick light spray of Pam lets you slide that sucker off every time, making perfect patties.
Overall - a good press with a couple of oversights that would have made it great - but I haven't yet found anything else that is better.
Let the grilling begin!
Then we saw = Weston Burger Express Hamburger Press with Patty Ejector = decided to try it since it was only $30.00, and were very much surprised at the ease with which we were able to make the hamburgers. Put a piece of waxed paper under and over the burger = press and you have a perfect hamburger ready to bag and freeze. Well worth the price. Only problem is DON'T FORGET THE WAXED PAPER.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just what I was looking for. Makes great burgers and is easy to clean.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Works as advertised but shipping took a while considering this is a US company. I received notification of shipping after I had received the press. Read morePublished 12 days ago by awsum140
I could kick myself for not buying one of these years ago. I always made hand squished patties that fell apart on the grill. This is the cats meow. Easy to use. Read morePublished 17 days ago by joe
A simple idea that makes cooking prep easier & faster. We make large batches (several dozen) of hamburger patties at a time to cook & freeze. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Victoriana
It makes good patties but if you want a big fat burger it doesn't make them big enough, especially if the burger shrinks. Read morePublished 20 days ago by scott bradley