Induction cooking is getting more and more popular for it’s unique cooking style. Most families and commercial users prefer induction cooktops over other traditional cooking forms like electric or gas due to various factors like instant reaction of the cooktop to heat adjustment, quick cooking process, no flame or other elements to burn, and economic to operate. From restaurants, to household kitchens, it becomes quicker, safer and more economical to use the Max Burton range of induction cooktops. We have already reviewed various induction cooktop ranges by Max Burton. Out of them we have selected 4 of the best Max Burton household kitchen based induction cooktop models and Max Burton induction hob review of 2 commercial cooktops. All the different features, safety, price and other parameters are carefully studied and thus listed from the whole lot. The listing is in descending order with the best Max Burton induction cooktop 2017 reviewed first.
Max Burton Induction Hob Review – Home Use
Max Burton 6015 Model 1800 Watts Portable Induction Cooktop Stove and Interface Disk Combination Set
For home use, the 1800 Watts powered Max Burton induction hob is one of the best choice available. This induction cooktop is light to carry around with a total weight of just 11.3 pounds. The design of the induction stove is also made compact with a total dimension of 14 x 14 x 4. For a total Wattage of 1800 Watts, the power levels can be varied up to 10 steps. Thus, for heating up pre-cooked food you can use less power, and for fast cooking high power levels can be used. The maximum temperature that can be attained in this cooktop is 450 degrees F. The basic temperature setting starts from 140 degrees F. The biggest review this item has got is regarding the rapid heat build up of the stove. Water can be boiled at a whopping speed of 2 minutes. Another added bonus is the induction compatible flat shaped interface disk that is available with the product. The utensils to be used on the cooktop surface should be induction compatible. That is, heat from the induction hob will be transferred to the cookware base, only if it is magnetic in nature. All these properties are inbuilt on the interface disk. Thus, any kind of cookware can be kept on top of the interface disk for cooking. There will not be any kind of losses as the heat transferred to the cookware base will be transferred equally throughout the base. The cooking surface has a diameter of 10”. This surface area is big enough to cook homely meals for an average family. The unit is equipped with a heat detection sensor and cookware detection sensor. The timer has a total time of 180 minutes. Easy controls, sleek design and large cooking area are the biggest features of this unit.
Max Burton 6050 Model 1800 Watts Induction Cooktop with Interface Disk
Compared to the 6015 model, the 6050 model is a little more smaller in dimension. This makes this Max Burton Induction burner a little more compact. The overall dimensions of this unit is 12.5 x 2.6 x 13.3 inches and weighs 11.3 pounds. The one disadvantage is that the cookware base dimension have been lessened from 10” to 9”. Even then, a 10” cookware base can be used, given that the heat transfers to all parts of the base uniformly. The 6015 model has a black shaded design throughout. The 6050 model Max Burton hob has the heating element area in black color and the non-cooking area, where the control keys are present in a white color. The power and voltage ratings are also the same with specifications of 120 Volts/15 Amperes/60 Hertz. The interface disk is also available with this model. The temperature settings, power settings, and timer settings are all the same as the above model.
Max Burton 6400 Digital Choice Induction Cooktop
Though this induction cooktop has a standard dimension of 13.5 x 12.5 x 2.6 inches, the overall weight of the product is only 7.8 pounds. This one feature makes it the most lightweight induction cooktop in all classes. Thus, it is easy to carry around for other functions as well. The cooktop design is also given a premium touch with a black overall color and a blend of stainless steel on the borders. The controls are separated with an angled extension to the front. The control keys consists of the function keys, the up and down keys, the power key, and an LCD display. All the control keys are touch sensitive. The cooktop surface is coated with a ceramic glass sheet which makes it easier to clean after cooking. The cooktop can accommodate cookware bases with diameters from 4.5” to a maximum of 10”. The power consumption of this unit is less compared to most other models. The temperature levels start from 100 degrees F to 450 degrees F with intermediate increments of 25 degrees. The wattage settings can be varied between 500 Watts to 1800 Watts, with 10 different levels. In customer reviews, most people are pleased with the simmer and boiling options.
Max Burton 6200 Deluxe 1800-Watt Induction Cooktop Review
The 6200 deluxe model Max Burton induction stove looks extremely stylish with a black shade on the cooktop surface and a stainless steel body for the corners and front part. Being lightweight (8.1 pounds) and with a compact dimension of 13.3 inches length, 12.5 inches width and 2.6 inches height, this induction stove is perfect for outdoor cooking and other gatherings. The high power is optimum for home cooking as the power ranges fall between 200 Watts to a full 1800 Watts. The temperature ratings fall between 100 degrees F to 450 degrees F. Both these control features helps the user to cook food in simmering mode, boiling mode, deep fry mode or any other type. The timer is also helpful in setting a time for cooking. Overheat sensor feature is available with this model along with lock features and cookware detector. This product has more than 4 stars and huge praises in customer review section. Most praises go for the compact design and efficiency in cooking. The one main disadvantage as written by a customer is the uneven distribution of heat at low temperatures, which makes cooking a little more time consuming.
Max Burton Induction Cooktop Review – Commercial Use
Max Burton 6530 ProChef 3000 Watts Commercial Induction Cooktop
The 6530 ProChef model induction cooktop is apt for commercial cooking purposes like catering, restaurants, buffets, parties, canteen food and so on. Though the physical dimensions are a little big (17.3 x 13.3 x 4.8 inches), the overall weight is only 11 pounds, which makes it light enough to carry huge pans/pots for plenty of people. For a product rating of 220 Volts and 15 Amps, this unit can achieve a maximum power of 300 Watts. This is indeed unique in the case of single burner induction cooktops, as this is the only model with such a high Wattage. For such a high power the minimum power setting is 500 Watts. With 13 different power levels, the cooking can be made more precise. The default power rating when the unit is turned on will be 1200 Watts. The temperature ranges also fall between 150 degrees F to 464 degrees F. There are 10 intermediate temperature levels. The temperature default value will be 1200 degrees. The one disadvantage in this unit is that the low power rating is not lesser than 500 Watts, and the highest power rating is 3000 Watts. This also goes for the minimum temperature rating of 150 degrees. When in need of cooking food at low temperatures or power values, the food has to be regularly stirred to avoid scorching. However, since the main use of this unit is commercial, cooking at low temperatures is seldom used. All the controls are in form of buttons. The timer button has a range between 1 minute to 170 minutes. The timer can be incremented in 1 minute intervals between 0 to 30 and 10 minute increments between 30 to 170 minutes. Other features like function lock, overheat sensor, and automatic shutdown features are also provided. The cookware base can have a dimension of 11″ to fit on the cooktop base. Only induction compatible cookwares can be used for cooking on any kind of induction cooktop. All cooktops whose base is made up of ferrous material (magnetic) can be used on an induction cooktop.
Max Burton 6500 Model ProChef 1800 Watts Commercial Induction Cooktop
Max Burton 6500 Model ProChef 1800 Watts Commercial Induction Cooktop
The Max Burton 6500 Model ProChef Induction Cooktop, when compared to the 6530 model, draws only half the power. The power rating of this model is 1800 Watts. This further reduces the number of intermediate levels of power. The one advantage when compared to the other Max Burton commercial model is the power savings. This model has been included in commercial use with the purpose of saving the initial cost and saving power. Another major advantage is that there will not be any kind of scorching as low power levels can be used. The 11″ heating surface is compatible for commercil purposes. The controls are all in the form of buttons and are placed on the front panel. This unit complies to all ETL-US standards and is NSF-4 approved. The product has a total dimension of 17.3 x 13.3 x 4.8 inches and weighs 11 pounds. The cooktop surface is made of glass and the whole body is made of high quality materials. The power levels are between 500 Watts and 1800 Watts. With 10 temperature levels, it varies from 100 degrees F to 464 degrees F. The ease to cook, and affordability are the most mentioned points in customer review. The large cooktop surface can be used to cook on a 12 gallon pot.
Given above are some of the best Max Burton Induction hob reviews. Please read carefully and understand the specifications before choosing the right one. Your choice depends on the cost, size, efficiency, ratings, and all features that you wish to have on the induction cooktop.