We bought this new and it got banged up in shipping. Iy works perfectly if you don't mind a banged up unit. You would be saving about $700 for the dings! This is 120V and plugs right in to a normal outlet.
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Here is the information about the unit:
The Star PGT14 Pro-Max 2.0® panini press has aluminum plates that heat up more quickly than most stainless steel or cast iron plates while still creating grill marks on food. Three inches of space between the grooved plates can accommodate thick items with consistent contact and heat. The spring-hinge system can withstand use in busy settings. With the Star PGT14 Pro-Max 2.0 sandwich grill's analog thermostat controls, staff can adjust temperatures from 175 to 550 degrees Fahrenheit.
Aluminum plates heat more quickly than stainless steel and cast iron plates
Grooved plates sear grill marks onto product to enhance presentation
3-in. opening between the plates can hold thick items
Spring-hinge system supports high-volume operations
Temperature range: 175-550 degrees F
Analog thermostat control facilitates temperature adjustments
Conduit resists water and oil, protecting electrical connections
Body is constructed of durable, rust-resistant stainless steel
1-in. legs elevate the unit to prevent overheating
1350-1800 W, 6.5-7.5 A
208-240 V/60 Hz/1 ph, 6-ft. cord with a NEMA 6-15P plug
Lower plate dimensions: 14.5 in. W x 14.2 in. D
Overall dimensions: 16.5 in. W x 23.3 in. D x 10.5 in. H (27.125 in. H when open)
cULus and UL-EPH listed
Made in the U.S.