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Precise Heat 3-1/2-Quart Surgical Stainless-Steel Oil Core Skillet

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  • 3-1/2-quart 3-Ply T304 surgical stainless steel
  • 12-1/4-inch Outside Diameter, 11-inch Inside Diameter
  • Waterless, Greaseless Cooking
  • Limited lifetime warranty on non-electric parts; Limited 5 year warranty on electric componets
  • 120V, 1300-watt
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Precise Heat 3-1/2-Quart Surgical Stainless-Steel Oil Core Skillet + Maxam Vegetable Chopper + Maxam KT17 17-Piece 9-Element Surgical-Stainless-Steel Waterless Cookware Set
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 14 x 9.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VXURYU
  • Item model number: KTOILCORE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,437 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

3-ply skillet features low dome cover, stay-cool handles & knobs and mirror finish for beatury & durability. Unique oil core liquid is sealed between layers of heavy gauge surgical stainless steel.


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Customer Reviews

Neverver sent the return LABEL, so i paid to return the item.
CHERYL GREEN
It is easy to clean and the best part is that it has even heating so it cooks well at low temperatures.
Jacques Le Chef
If you are serious about cooking with an electric skillet I highly recommend this one.
V. Owen

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60 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Heavy Metal Freak on February 21, 2010
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Ordered this pan for my wife for Valentines day 2010, which in itself made me a little apprehensive after the birthday vacuum fiasco many years back.
Seems women don't always appreciate getting tools on special occasions. Who knew ?

Arrival: Double boxed and well protected, the wife carefully opened the containers. Enclosed was a beautiful pan wrapped in a protective plastic bag and dripping in oil. Oh-Oh, recalling a few closing reviews about leakers.

Not to worry, the instructions mention washing in hot, soapy water to remove oil residues from the manufacturing process. OK then..still, why make such a beautiful product and not take the time to clean it a bit ?

Anyway, we cleaned it and re-arranged cupboards to give it a safe place from dings. Put it away until today when we pulled it down to cook a few hamburgers.

Some of the write ups mentioned a lack of heat control accuracy as well as extended time to heat so I instrumented the new pan by inserting a digital thermometer probe through the lid vent and set a digital kitchen timer to count up.

Pan on. Temp rise was pleasingly quick - about 11 minutes from room temp to 350 F. The pan kept going...and going...at 405 F ( remember, it's set to 350) oil begins leaking out of the top rim and the handles where expansion vents are located. I chicken out and turn dial to 250. Now 13 minutes since pan on temp is 425 F and still climbing. I turn the dial to off , power light stays on. Oil continues to leak. I continue to wipe.It continues to heat. Finally it begins to smoke. Temp now 441 F. Pulled the plug and used the stove to cook our burgers.

A beautiful pan ruined by poor manufacturing quality control, a real shame on them.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By W. M. Marple on July 23, 2008
An electric skillet is a much underrated kitchen helper. Many benefits to it, including that it controls the heat and you can leave it unwatched. I own this skillet in a vacation house. Now I will buy it at Amazon for much less than I paid for the first one. This skillet is the best I have ever seen or used. It is heavy, cooks well (you do have to get used to the heat levels), cleans like a dream, goes through the dishwasher perfectly.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By michele on December 16, 2008
I love the fact that it does not have any non stick teflon in it which is why I chose this product. It also cooks very even and is a nice depth to make a meal in.

The only 2 downfalls with it are it is very heavy ( I guess that is understandable since it has oil in the bottom) and it does not get hot enough to fry potatoes quickly and crisply. I just may need a little more getting used to it.

I would highly recommend it on the fact of NO TEFLON.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Alice on December 2, 2008
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Got this skillet for my husband who is the head chef in our house. He had tired of continually having to replace non-stick skillets and specifically requested a stainless steel version. After doing some research, I settled on this model ... he is delighted with it.

One strange thing, however -- the pricing on this is bizarrely erratic. I bought it in the $70 range ... now I see it listed over $189! And, since I check it occasionally, have seen it in the $140 range, at $115, etc. Have no idea why there is this erratic pricing -- but, if you ever see it at a good, LOW price, snatch it up. It's great!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. Marut on November 6, 2008
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This Skillet is really practical, not only does it maintain and even heat distribution, it can get really hot which is great for searing meats. I enjoy the convenience of using this to reheat foods, put on low setting for a few minutes -- no need to have to watch the pan. It is also a fine vegetable steamer. I just got it and have used it everyday since then! Four years later and still using my Skillet. It makes great popcorn too!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By John Huston on February 5, 2009
What I was most impressed with was the overall quality of the product.. made like a tank will probably last forever. There are other issues. When you cook with my pan all your cooking oil goes over to one side.. not sure if it's the feet or the pan surface itself that's not level. I just move stuff around a bit to make sure everything gets coated with cooking oil. There's definately a peak in the middle of the pan that causes every thing to run to the sides. Once your done be very careful moving the pan .. the internal oil is still hot and the outer surface of the pan will still be very warm after several minutes of being unplugged. Cleaning this pan is not easy. The instructions say not to use steel wool products. I've been using water and baking soda and letting pan heat back up and boil this solution to loosen any food still in the pan. Then let it cool a bit before attempting to clean with a rag. Also the temperature gauge is not in the right place on my pan.. I have to just guess what temperature I'm cooking at... you'll need to work with the temperature settings to make sure you don't get things too hot. The temp light goes out when the temperature has reached the setting on the dail... not just when the pan is on.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By wildkat on January 22, 2009
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I am pleased with this purchase. The pan is heavy duty, really cooks well and is the right size for storage. Meals are quick and clean up is easy. And it is not coated so no worries about dangerous chemicals in my meals.
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