Well Known Name, Impeccable Style
Max Burton is the name to know when it comes to induction cooktops, and with this Max Burton 6200 Deluxe 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop, it’s easy to see why. The design of this cooktop is attractive, modern and simple. The easy touch buttons are easy to understand and the digital display lets you know what’s going on while you cook.
Long List of Features
This Max Burton 6200 Deluxe Cooktop has a long list of features and functions that can make your experience better. It has a wide variety of heating and cooking options, including a low setting of 100 degrees which is lower than much of the competition and allows for a wider variety of cooking options. In addition it’s a quality built appliance with less plastic and more stainless steel than comparable models in the same price range.
Incompatible Cookware Alert
Finding the right cookware is an ongoing challenge with induction cooktops. The Max Burton 6200 Deluxe actually makes this job a bit easier for the consumer. While most cooktops will simply not detect the incompatible cookware, leaving you unsure if the pot was rejected for being too big, too heavy or just incompatible, this Max Burton will actually tell you when a pot is incompatible. This just takes out a lot of guess work.
The Max Burton 6200 is easy to grab and go. This means that you can take it outside to cook and avoid heating up your house or letting the smells of cooking food permeate your home. This is a really great way to use an induction cooktop, and this unit falls neatly into that purpose. If you don’t use it all the time, it’s easy to store away.
All induction cooktops make a bit of noise, but this one is relatively quiet. The fan is very quiet and not very noticeable at all. Younger people might notice a high pitched noise emitted during cooking time, but this is not common. Compared to similar sized units, this one is very quiet during operation.
High Temp Increments
The temperature adjusts at increments of forty degrees. Other models use increments of 10 degrees for more precise cooking. This is a weakness that will affect you if you’re doing more delicate cooking or convection.
Extra Picky about Pots
All induction cookers need a little extra thought put into the cookware, but this Max Burton seems to be especially susceptible to rejecting pots and pans that are magnetic and should be compatible with induction cooking.
The big name in induction cooking, this Max Burton 6200 Deluxe 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop does stand up to the hype. It is one of the pricier units available, but it can do a lot of work. If you’re interested in doing cooking that would rquire really precise temperatures, you may not like the 40 degree increments of the temperature gauge, and you’ll have to work to find pots and pans that will work on it. But once you’ve got those wrinkles ironed out, you’ll love the reliability, efficiency and portability of this cooktop.