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Max Burton 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop

  • May 19, 2019
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Max Burton 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop


Max Burton 6200 Maxi-Matic Deluxe 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop, Black


1800-watt high-quality induction cooktop provides 10 power levels and push-button controls
180-minute timer with auto shut-off and 10 temperature settings and in-line fuse
LED display for use with induction-compatible cookware
Overheat sensor and temperature range from 100°F – 450°F
For use with induction-compatible cookware; unsuitable-cookware detector
1800 Watts
LED display


The Max Burton 6200 Deluxe a very stylish and elegant look that will surely attract anyone. It consists of a stainless steel body and the surface of the induction cooktop is dark in color. Four plastic legs are below the unit to provide a steady grip. It also has a short control system and a LED display at the side of the induction burner. It is very compact in size measuring 13.3 inches long, 12.5 inches wide and 2.6 inches tall. It is very light, weighing only 8.1pounds, making it easy to carry for picnics or any outdoor using.

Power Rating

The machine runs on 110/120 volt power, which is standard for all households making it energy efficient. It also has 10 different power settings ranging from 200 to 1800 Watts. This setting gives the induction cooktop a controllable temperature range of 100 degree Fahrenheit to 450 degree Fahrenheit making it perfect for cooking a variety of different items of food. It also has a built-in timer which can be set between 1 minute to 180 minute so that you don’t have to wait while your dish is being prepared and do not have to use an external timer.

Energy Efficiency and Safety measures

This induction cooktop is more energy efficient. It has an overheat sensor which enables it to detect on itself if overheated. It also has an in line fuse and auto unsuitable cookware detector. As induction cooktops don’t use any fire it is safe for both the young and the old.

Features and Specifications:

10 varying power levels ranging from 200 to 1800 watts.
Two rings are marked on the induction cooktop surface. They have diameters of 5″ and 9″. That is, utensils with diameters up to 9″ can be used for cooking.
The temperature of the induction ranges from 100 degree Fahrenheit to 450 degree Fahrenheit making it a versatile cooking machine where one can cook different cuisines.
It has a very compact style and design making it perfect of outdoor cooking.
Automatic timer available and time can be set between 1 minute to 180 minutes.
5 feet cord available making it easy to handle.
Over heat sensor, in-line fuse and LED display.
Digital display with which timer, temperature and power levels can be measured.
Unsuitable cookware detector notify you if any cookwares that are not made up of a ferrous base is placed on the induction cooktop.

What to Expect
So what can you expect to get for your money? Take a peek below:

Whilst this unit is 1800 watts, it actually has variable settings which range from 500 up to the maximum which is perfect for conserving energy when you don’t need that much power.
There are no less than 10 temperature settings (which range from 140 to 450F), which is one of the largest I’ve come across.
The controls are push button style and really easy to use.
Of course, there are safety features which one particular member of my family (who shall remain nameless) really needs. There is a 180 minute timer with an automatic shut-off and overheat sensor. This means no more burnt food and ruined pans.
As long as you have a power outlet, you’re not limited to using this cooktop in your kitchen (an absolute life saver for me). So it can be used in a different room or even outdoors.

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