Best Portable Burners Reviews-Buyer Guide

Best Rated Portable Burners

Are you looking for the best portable burner? Then have a look at the following list of portable burners. These are the top rated portable burners in the market. Each of them has received numerous excellent reviews from users everywhere. I’m pretty sure this short list can help you decide which one is the best burner for your needs.

DUXTOP 1800-Watt Portable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner ReviewPortable Induction Cooktop Countertop Burner, Gold

 

Pros
* Heats up fast
This 1800-Watt burner is really powerful. It heats up quicker than a gas stove. Now you don’t have to waste your precious time waiting for the water to boil or waiting until the oil reaches the perfect temp.

* Quick to cool
A nice feature of induction burner is that after you’re done cooking, you only need to wait for a while to clean and store it

* Easy to clean
Just wipe the glass surfaces, and you’re done. Yes, it’s that simple. Oil or whatever else spilled on it will simply go away with a simple wipe.

* Sleek-looking
This portable burner will look nice on your kitchen countertop.

* Leaves no heat in the kitchen
This burner uses its power to heat your cookware, so it doesn’t heat up your kitchen. This is great especially if you live in the hot, humid area.

* Compatible with various cookware
Got a stainless steel pan with the flat bottom? You can use that with this burner. Wanna use your old and trusty cast iron cookware? You can use them too. In short, finding a cookware to use with this induction burner is just easy.

Cons
* Does not work with all-clad copper core and aluminum cookware

Features:
* Uses 120 volts, 15 amps of electricity – standard in all homes;
* Lightweight
* Digital control panel
* Built-in count-down digital timer with 5 min increments up to 170 minutes;
* 10 temperature range from 140°F to 460°F;
* 10 power levels from 200-1800Watts;
* 6 ft cord

Waring Pro SB30 1300-Watt Portable Single Burner Review

Waring DB60 Portable Double Burner

Pros
*  Quick to heat
Even though it’s slower than the 1800-Watt Duxtop, this burner is still pretty quick. You can boil a quart of water within thirteen minutes

* Excellent heat retention
The metal plate is thick so even after you turn it off it will retain the heat for quite a while. This is excellent to simmer your cooking

* Takes very little space
The compact size makes it an ideal choice for small apartment, cabin, motorhome and if you have a small kitchen.

Cons
*Takes a while to cool down
Due to the thick metal, you will need to wait at least 45 minutes for it to completely cooled down.

* Short power cord
With only 3 ft of the power cord, you will need to set it close to a wall plug. A small inconvenience.

Features:

* 1300-watt portable burner
* Durable cast-iron
* Adjustable thermostat; “on” and “ready.”
* Brushed stainless-steel housing
* Measures 10-3/4 by 11-1/2 by 4 inches

Waring Pro DB60 Portable Double Burner ReviewWaring SB30 1300-Watt Portable Single Burner

Review #1 by By C. J. Maui “CJ” (Hawaii)

I bought this 4 months ago.Was a little worried about the heat after reading some reviews, but decided to try it anyway. It works great. The first time you have to heat it slowly(according to instructions) but after that, it heats up like a red burner on a stove. In fact, it’s so hot that I turn the burner off 5 mins before the food is done and it keeps cooking very well.

Only one setback, …burners are hard to clean if you spill liquids so oversee the pot and don’t let it boil over. I find that when cooking stews…etc. # 2 heat setting is just right. Anything higher and food will boil too high, that’s how great these burners are!!!And using good quality pots and pans also helps, a heavy set is the best for even cooking. I am glad I decided to try it, no regrets, well worth the price. It’s made of high quality!!!!

Review #2 by By X jelly munchkin “professional nerd” (Buffalo, NY)

Ordinarily, I wait a bit longer to review, but in three days this thing has done things that my last five portable stoves were never able to do. I live in an apartment without a real stove and have spent the last five years trying to find something that works. Finally something with the power of a real stove! No more do I have to wait 45 minutes for the water to boil! No more do I have to cook all my food on High!

This is a REAL stove. Per the instructions, I do let it preheat until the ready light comes on; last night, I put a pan on the preheated stone and the pan was sizzling hot in less than a minute. Boils a full pot of water in five minutes (but again, I preheat it and put the pan on once ‘Ready’ lights up.

Also, I love that there is an ‘ON’ indicator light for each burner (my old stove only had an indicator light to indicate that it was plugged in, which is pretty ridiculous and caused my fiance to leave the stove on high several times…).

The Waring Pro is also very visually appealing and has a substantial, solidly constructed feel.

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