- 1800-watt high-quality induction cooktop provides 10 power levels
- 10 temperature settings; overheat sensor; in-line fuse
- Push-button controls and digital display; 180-minute timer with auto shut-off
- For use with induction-compatible cookware; unsuitable-cookware detector
- Measures 13-2/7″ x 12-1/2″ x 2-3/5″
Customers gladly posted happy reviews about this product as this product did not disappoint them and even exceeded some of their expectations. One reviewer even said that in a 220-volts outlet everything will cook much faster. So, this stovetop is safe to plug-in to any outlet you have. Also, the controls are superb – timer, temperature, and power level as it allows you to control how you want your food to be cooked. The timer and overheat sensor were among the highlights of this stovetop as it enables people to free themselves from worrying too much if their food will start overcooking and burning. All you have to do is set the controls and leave it to a time you know your food will be cooked and this unit will automatically shut off after such time.
Although, there were a few things that people would like to be modified in this model to make cooking more pleasurable for everyone. Some people think the stovetop isn’t large enough to handle large skillets and frying pans to cook for large gatherings. Another customer complains about how the power button constantly flashes when turning the unit off and it is very annoying. One customer also suggests an 8″ iron skillet be used instead of any other cooking pan as aside from it perfectly fits the stovetop. It eliminates the squeal other pans give when in use with the Max Burton 6200.
Overall, people were happy with the Max Burton 6200. You never have to worry about large flames when cooking anymore that can cause damages as with the Max Burton 6200 all you have to do is a plug, set the controls, and start cooking.