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Starfrit Alternative Eco Pan 9.5 Inch Fry Pan


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  • Chemical Free - better for the environment and your health
  • Extra thick base never warps, buckles or bends.
  • Integrated induction base is for use on all stovetops including induction.
  • Easy to clean
  • Non-stick

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 9.9 x 3.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0019N9WPG
  • Item model number: 30431-003-0000
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #269,991 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Starfrit Alternative Ceram-Eco 9.5 inch Fry Pan is a diecast cookware with Ceram-Eco non-stick surface.Made of 99% recycled aluminum; 4.5 mm forged aluminium body, bakelite handle with silicone soft touch. Integrated induction base is for use on all stovetops including induction.

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What a waste of time and a huge hassle.
rooster_ranch
I can not write a review yet, I have had to send 2 back that were damaged, am awaiting the 3rd one.
Suzanne B. Loe
I can cook with much less oil and it cleans up so easy...
Deborah Miserez

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Fritz on September 10, 2009
The non-stick properties are very good and I assume are a reliably non-toxic alternative to teflon-type products. One caveat I have is to treat the surface very gingerly. After only the first use I did notice a small, but deep, chip in the cooking surface. The cooking surface is black and the chip revealed a white pock mark. I used the utensil as advised with no cutting etc. within the pan. The only conclusion I came up with is that the chip occured during storage with other pots and pans in a cabinet I have dedicated to this purpose. Since then I store it on top of the stove after cleaning with no other utensils inside, on the cooking surface. No more scratches. I was disappointed to read that the warranty does not cover what the manufacturer calls "superficial" damage to the cooking surface. Be careful. If the pan continues in its' current state for the normal life expectency of a pan I guess the extra care needed is worth the price of avoiding the toxicity of tradtional non-stick surfaces. Eggs slide right out without a spatula.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Deborah Miserez on May 29, 2009
The pan came damaged, a bit out of round. It wasn't damaged intransit to me since the box was in excellent condition. So it was damaged before it was shipped to me. I kept the pan since it didn't affect the cooking ability, it is a wonderful pan. I can cook with much less oil and it cleans up so easy...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Fifi on March 19, 2009
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I have pet birds at home, and they have sensitive respiratory systems. Cooking in a typical non-stick pan can create chemical fumes that can quickly kill them. (I don't imagine it's all that great for other pets or humans to breathe in, either!)

I have been using this Starfrit pan for a few months now with no worries. It cooks best using a small bit of oil or fat in the pan. Afterwards, cleanup is possible just wiping with a paper towel... I haven't washed mine yet. Be GENTLE cooking with and washing the pan to protect it. Don't use metal utensils or scrubbers and the pan should last a long time.

Also, be patient and allow the pan to warm up. A MEDIUM heat is best for this pan--avoid using it at high heat.

I will probably buy some other sizes Starfrit Alternative Eco Pans in the near future. In fact, ALL non-stick cookware should be made with non-poisonous surfaces!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly E. Beall VINE VOICE on January 28, 2010
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I have a 12" pan (from Ginnys) made of this same material, and have been very happy with it, but I needed a smaller version and Ginny's didn't carry one. I have to say I was dismayed that the price of the 8.5" "Scanpan" here was twice what I paid for my 12" pan! So I "settled" for the Starfrit brand, thinking it would be a thin pan of mediocre quality. I was quite surprised when I received it, to find that it is in fact quite thick and sturdily made! I tried it out on an omelette right away and it's everything I was hoping for - the heat is even all the way to the edge, and of course the ceramic non-stick surface is almost magical (I still haven't gotten used to how well my large one releases cooked-on food!)

I've been babying my ceramic non-stick pans just the same way I babied the old teflon ones - it didn't help with the teflon; that stuff started to deteriorate with the first use. But so far my large ceramic non-stick pan is still just like new, and I expect this smaller version will be the same.

For best results, here is how to "baby" a non-stick pan: Feel free to use metal utensils on this surface, but don't cut or slice across the bottom of the pan with a knife or spatula. That could chip the ceramic. Likewise, don't stack other pans inside this one, or lean the inside of it against any other hard objects in the dish drainer.

I've read a few reviews talking about how an oily residue starts to build up inside their ceramic pans. This can happen because there is always a small amount of oil left inside any non-stick pan after washing, and it will build up and harden on after awhile. Something about these ultra-smooth surfaces makes it easier for an invisible film of grease to cling.
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I used this about a year ago, and I had to come back to write about how much of a garbage this is now.
I read through many reviews and finally decided to purchase this since it's chemical free ceramic non-stick, and all that good stuff. At first I was very impressed on the non-stick coating, all the food just glides very smoothly. Then after a few weeks, or was it days(?) coating does NOT work. Everything sticks to it, even with lots of oil and it's just total garbage.
I guarantee you will regret buying this garbage
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