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Frieling 9-Inch Glass Bottom Nonstick Springform Pan


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  • Bake cheesecakes and tarts in the pan and serve them on the glass bottom
  • Use also to bake layer cakes and mold frozen desserts
  • 2-1/4 inches deep
  • Hand wash with mild detergent
  • Five-year warranty against defects
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 9.8 x 2.8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004RKFS
  • Item model number: 3450
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,398 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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This clever springform pan eliminates the need for transferring a cheesecake, layer cake, or torte to an attractive serving platter before serving. Its bottom is thick glass and the sides can be unbuckled, leaving the confection resting on a built-in serving dish. The glass bottom also permits easy monitoring of the crust to see when it's properly browned. At 9 inches in diameter and 2-1/4 inches deep, the pan is large enough to make a dessert or savory dish, such as quiche, for 8 to 10 people. The pan's nonstick coating ensures everything pops out intact. --Fred Brack

Product Description

3450 Features: -Bake, serve and cut on the same glass.-Double non-stick coating on collar.-Heat and scratch resistant borosilicate glass.-Cleaning and care: Dishwasher safe.-Made in Switzerland. Dimensions: -9'' W. Collection: -Frieling collection.


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Customer Reviews

What a unique idea!
Dot Bliss
Love the glass bottom and the handles on the sides.
Pat VanCott
Hooray for Frieling!
Steve Guter

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 75 people found the following review helpful By dltstl on September 23, 2003
I bought this springform pan based on the recommendation of several trusted sources, including Cook's Illustrated magazine. (They actually tested the model with handles--had that one been available I probably would have spent the extra money for it, but as it is I haven't found any significant inconvenience to the lack of handles with this model).
Although the quality and construction overall is excellent, the most obvious feature that distinguishes this from other springform pans is of course the glass bottom. I have been VERY impressed with this innovation! It overcomes a couple of the problems I've had with other (especially cheap) pans: the base's rolled metal edge that traps water & crumbs (which makes for quick rusting and difficult cleaning), and the tendency of the bottom to ding & bend, preventing a tight seal with the collar. This model seals very tightly--when I filled mine with water to check it, the majority of the leaking occurred not around the base but through the collar overlap (an inevitable weak point in the system). Batter of course is much thicker than water, and I haven't experienced any leaking problem when actually baking with it.
Baked products don't stick to it (either the base or the non-stick coated collar), and they don't need to be transferred from the base for cutting and serving, because you won't damage it by cutting on it--something all too easy to do with metal bottoms. The rimless glass bottom presents no impediment to a spatula when lifting out nice, neat slices. You can also look through the glass to check the browning of the crust as it bakes.
I do wish they offered other sizes, but if you're only going to have one size the 9" is the most practical.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Betsy R. on November 7, 2002
When my old springform pan began to leak on the bottom of the oven I realized it was time for a replacement. After shopping around a lot I chose this pan. And boy am I glad I did. The idea of a glass bottom is so great because you can see if the crust is getting too dark and serving the cheesecake couldn't be easier. It makes a perfect cheesecake and now I'm planning on ordering another one.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Steve Guter on May 13, 2000
Clever pan that once the cheesecake is made, unloosen the spring and "voila", your cheesecake is ready to serve.What an idea whose time has come.Hooray for Frieling!
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Dot Bliss on May 18, 2000
What a unique idea! No more mess trying to remove a cheesecake from the bakeware to a serving dish or platter. This is a "must have" for anyone who bakes cheesecakes.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Robin Washington on April 10, 2003
I've never been a cheesecake baker, or much of any kind of baker, but with this pan, my cheesecakes come out looking like they came from a bakery or the Cheesecake Factory. Now my friends and family think I'm a chef. This is a fantastic pan, well worth the money!!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Kathleen Motteler on January 10, 2002
This is a fantastic pan! It has heavy duty sides that stand up to wear and the glass bottom is the best! I love my Frieling pan!
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13 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 17, 2003
I think the glass bottom is a great idea, but the first time I used it, the caramel sauce I poured in quickly leaked through onto the countertop. I thought I had not put the bottom in evenly, but on closer inspection I found that the ring does not close tightly around the glass bottom; it is not even snug. This may be a manufacturing flaw in the pan I bought, since others have not reported the problem.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Nathalie Richardson on July 28, 2013
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Cook's Illustrated gave high marks for the Frieling springform pan so you can imagine my shock when I realized how bad it leaked!!! Unlike some of the reviewers I didn't think to do a water test beforehand. I baked a cheesecake and found out the hard way. The batter leaked through the crust and bubbled underneath the pan. I have had some cheap springform pans, but they never leaked. Really what kind of seal do I expect with metal and glass? You know what they say about hindsight.

I will say that dispute having to dislodge the escaped burnt batter off the bottom, it was easy to move the cake off the glass to a cake carrier.
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