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Weston 07-0701 Non-Stick Double Burger Press

5/5
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Weston 07-0701 Non-Stick Double Burger Press

5/5
Average Rating ( 3 Reviews )
$30.99
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Non-stick coatingSpring plunger buttonDouble pressAdjustable patty weight and thickness from 1/4" to 1-1/2" with a 4-1/2" diameter
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A great addition to any burger joint, restaurant, or commercial food establishment, the Weston 07-0701 Non-Stick Double Burger Press makes perfect patties every time. Designed with a double press, this piece of equipment cuts your pressing time in half.

Thanks to its adjustable patty weight and thickness, this heavy duty aluminum burger press is exceptionally versatile. Boasting a non-stick coating and spring bottom plunger, this double burger press is easy to wipe clean and ensures quick patty removal.

  • Heavy duty aluminum construction
  • Non-stick coating
  • Spring plunger button
  • Double press
  • Adjustable patty weight and thickness from 1/4" to 1-1/2" with a 4-1/2" diameter
  • Wipes clean
  • Dimensions: 5-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 7-3/4"
Specifications
  • Brand:
  • Weston
  • Model #:
  • 07-0701
  • Ship weight:
  • 5 lbs
  • Sold As:
  • 1 ea
  • Item Number:
  • 0398-07-0701
  • TigerChef ID:
  • 86152

Customer Reviews

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Cosmin
06-14-2017
Consistent, well-pressed burgers!

Using this burger press, the results were excellent from the start. Right out of the box, I took it to a family BBQ and ran 10lb of lamb through it. Fast and clean. Not a single issue. Every patty was a perfect circle, same thickness. Without any mix running off to the side or getting stuck in the press. I never had any issues with burgers getting stuck, even when I forgot to line the unit with patty paper. The piston also works as an extractor, making it easy to get the patty out.



Note, this press should be used with patty paper, lining both the top and the bottom. Squares of wax paper or parchment paper can be used as well (plastic wrap is another option). Otherwise, the patties will bond once stacked afterwards.



Specs:

Length: 10"

Width: 8"

Height: 5 1/2"

Patty diameter: 4 5/8"

Patty, min thickness (adjustable): 0 (no minimum clearance required).

Patty, max thickness (adjustable): 1 5/8"



Functionality: 5/5

+Aluminum, will not rust.

+Nonstick coating makes it easier to clean. Using patty paper is still recommended.

+Piston can also be used to extract stuck patties.

+Can be disassembled for thorough cleaning. It's easy, but I had to read instructions first since it is not completely intuitive.

+Double configuration makes it ideal for larger jobs.

-No rubber/soft base. The entire unit is metal, so I recommend setting a towel down to avoid scratching your countertop.



Fit and Finish: 5/5

+No dents or scratches.

+Assembled out of box.

-Some paint missing/worn away on the threading. Not very noticeable.



Value: 5/5 ($30.38)

+This unit costs about $30, where comparable units I've seen are in the $50 range



Lower cost designs, typically two-piece where you tamp the patty down with a plunger, are available in the $15-20 range. While simpler, those require more effort when pressing the burger.

If you're looking for a more affordable press that you only plan to use occasionally for a smaller number of burgers, Weston makes a single variant of this one that is a better choice (https://www.tigerchef.com/burger-press-express.html).

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Cosmin
06-14-2017
Consistent, well-pressed burgers!

Using this burger press, the results were excellent from the start. Right out of the box, I took it to a family BBQ and ran 10lb of lamb through it. Fast and clean. Not a single issue. Every patty was a perfect circle, same thickness. Without any mix running off to the side or getting stuck in the press. I never had any issues with burgers getting stuck, even when I forgot to line the unit with patty paper. The piston also works as an extractor, making it easy to get the patty out.



Note, this press should be used with patty paper, lining both the top and the bottom. Squares of wax paper or parchment paper can be used as well (plastic wrap is another option). Otherwise, the patties will bond once stacked afterwards.



Specs:

Length: 10"

Width: 8"

Height: 5 1/2"

Patty diameter: 4 5/8"

Patty, min thickness (adjustable): 0 (no minimum clearance required).

Patty, max thickness (adjustable): 1 5/8"



Functionality: 5/5

+Aluminum, will not rust.

+Nonstick coating makes it easier to clean. Using patty paper is still recommended.

+Piston can also be used to extract stuck patties.

+Can be disassembled for thorough cleaning. It's easy, but I had to read instructions first since it is not completely intuitive.

+Double configuration makes it ideal for larger jobs.

-No rubber/soft base. The entire unit is metal, so I recommend setting a towel down to avoid scratching your countertop.



Fit and Finish: 5/5

+No dents or scratches.

+Assembled out of box.

-Some paint missing/worn away on the threading. Not very noticeable.



Value: 5/5 ($30.38)

+This unit costs about $30, where comparable units I've seen are in the $50 range



Lower cost designs, typically two-piece where you tamp the patty down with a plunger, are available in the $15-20 range. While simpler, those require more effort when pressing the burger.

If you're looking for a more affordable press that you only plan to use occasionally for a smaller number of burgers, Weston makes a single variant of this one that is a better choice (https://www.tigerchef.com/burger-press-express.html).



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09-03-2016
I haven't used it yet,but I think that making my own burgers will be a...

I haven't used it yet,but I think that making my own burgers will be a lot cheaper than buying them at the grocery store. I like the price I paid for it and the quality of the product

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