Perfect Burger Press

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Walmart #: 001468170
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  • Makes forming burger patties easy
  • Includes dimple insert, non-skid base and pusher
  • Dishwasher safe
  • About this item

    The Perfect Burger Press is a three piece set that includes a removable dimple insert, non-skid base and comfort grip pusher. This press makes forming burger patties easy. The Perfect Burger Press is made of ABS and polypropylene and is dishwasher safe.

    Perfect Burger Press:

    • 3 piece set
    • Includes removable dimple insert, non-skid base and comfort grip pusher
    • Makes forming patties easy
    • Made of ABS and polypropylene
    • Dishwasher safe
    • Satisfaction guaranteed


    Model No.: MS19-041-500-11
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 13.2
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 3.0 x 6.37 x 7.75
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 1468170

    Customer reviews

    Customer Reviews | 23 reviews | 4.1 out of 5

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    Customer review by DETORIB

    5.0 stars by DETORIB

    It is sturdily made considering it is plastic and it worked great. If I were to let my pet gorilla use it he might be able to break it but I won’t allow him to cook.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:65 or older
    Great tool if used with common sense.

    Customer review by marinedad3524

    5.0 stars by marinedad3524

    I purchased this to make around thirty hamburger patties from 80/20 ground beef for a birthday/Memorial Day party. I placed wax paper, that I had ripped/cut to cover the full sized pressed patty, between the tool and the meat on both the top and bottom sides of the burger and then pressed each patty in between the two pieces of wax paper. I pressed through seven pounds of meat within a few minutes while making almost no contact with the meat product on myself or the burger press. I used the wax paper corner to easily lift the patty out of the tool instead of using the patty lifting tray supplied, but did keep the patty lifting tray in place to get that nice dome shaped indent formed in the bottom side of the patty for more even cooking. For a modest $4.99 at the store and in stock as well, you'd be crazy to not grab one and save yourself a lot of extra effort and mess. Going to be using this often.

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    Erie, PA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Once per week
    A Smashing Success

    Customer review by adorable6595

    5.0 stars by adorable6595

    Bought some ground bison, and knowing trying to form patties by hand failed miserably, bought the burger press at my loal Walmart. Divided meat into quarters. Just dropped one quarter in at a time, and beautiful results. I moved formed patty, still on lifter, into a freezer storage bag - upside down. By coaxing an edge of the patty, gravity did the rest. Bravo.

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    greeley, co
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Age:65 or older
    Usage:Once per month
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    We purchased this burger press cause we like the concept of it but our hamburger meat is sticking to it so our burgers do not turn out. We put cooking oil on it and the meat is still sticking to it. Any suggestions?
    by jddndmd 6/28/2011
    • Wax paper! Cut out squares of wax paper (slightly bigger than the press) and place one down before putting the meat in the press, then add another one on top of the meat... and press! When you use the wax paper, you can also skip using that center tray. When you lift up on the press, the meat will still stay in the tray, but all you have to do is grab a corner of the BOTTOM piece of wax paper and gently pull up. The pattie will come out perfectly! (I just reused the bottom piece of wax paper over and over again until I was done making my patties). Hope that helped!
      by LADYofBBQ1/3/2015
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    • The bottom doesn't stick to the dimple maker (just lift out and turn over -- the burger will fall into your hand or whatever -- to prevent the top from sticking I lay a piece of waxed paper across before pressing. Works perfectly.
      by BigDantheBBQman9/6/2014
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    • Use wax paper squares on top and bottom of meat to aid in release.
      by mispeach6/9/2014
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    • Put wax paper under the burger meat and on top of it, than press the meat in between the two pieces of paper down into the press. The wax paper, if cut large enough, lines the side of the press and no meat or fat can touch or stick to the plastic tool.
      by marinedad35246/28/2014
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    • I add other items to my meat like bbq sauce, seasoning, etc and placed the insert in and the meat on the insert. Lifted the insert out of press and the meat usally lifted right off when I flipped it over. After about 8 or 9 patties if there was a residual from other patties I slid a knife between meat and insert and flipped it over and patty came right off.
      by DefDJ10/22/2013
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    • Put a piece of Wax Paper on top and bottom of the meat.
      by CurtDawg777/7/2013
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    • use wax paper....
      by An anonymous customer8/14/2012
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    • If you use the dimple insert, removal of the pressed burger is a snap.
      by tomcat59094/20/2013
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    • Try using a couple squares of parchment paper cut a little bigger than the meat well in the press placing one on top and bottom and the meat won't stick to the it in the freezer for just a few minutes to keep it from sticking before removing the paper
      by medicalcoderokc3/15/2014
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    • stretch a piece of plastic wrap....large enough to cover press and some left over to fold over the the "ball" of meat on the plastic wrap..fold excess wrap over the makes a package ready for the freezer....after you fold the edges in of course... You can do the same thing with a gallon mayo or pickle jar lid....
      by RBSR12/7/2014
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