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Swiss Diamond 10 Piece Set: Ultimate Kitchen Kit


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  • Set #6010 includes 6 pieces of cookware and 4 lids
  • Patented nonstick coating reinforced with real diamond crystals (PFOA-free)
  • Cast aluminum; Made in Switzerland
  • Oven-safe up to 500 degrees F
  • Stay-cool ergonomic handles provide a safe, comfortable grip
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  • Shipping Weight: 24 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0006GAID2
  • Item model number: 6010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,850 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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The Swiss Diamond ten-piece set includes an 8” and a 9.5” fry pan, a 10” saute pan (deep-sided fry pan) with lid, a 1.4 qt saucepan with lid, a 2.2 qt sauce pan with lid, and an 8.5 qt stock pot with lid. Used by discerning home chefs around the world, Swiss Diamond’s PFOA-free cookware features unsurpassed nonstick performance for healthy cooking and easy clean-up. The patented nonstick coating, reinforced with real diamond particles, allows oil-free cooking and cleans up with just warm soapy water. No more scrubbing and soaking! Swiss Diamond’s patented nonstick coating is reinforced with real diamonds for excellent durability and resilience. Why diamonds? Three reasons: they are durable, they are naturally nonstick, and they conduct heat better than any metal. A perfect combination for a lifetime of cooking excellence. Swiss quality is visible in every aspect of Swiss Diamond cookware. Heavy-duty cast aluminum will never warp, while the perfectly flat base distributes heat evenly and will not tip or spin. The rivet-free interior prevents unsightly food build-up that can lead to bacterial growth. The ergonomic handle, designed for comfort and balance, stays cool on the stovetop. All Swiss Diamond products are oven-safe up to 500 degrees F (260 degrees C) and suitable for use on gas and electric cooktops – induction series sold separately. Made in Switzerland with an eco-friendly production process.


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And once a pan is scratched it's ruined.
Beth1025
My wife of 40 plus years thinks that this is the BEST cookware set I have ever bought her.
Mike W. Buetow
It heats so evenly and cleans up beautifully.
cindyd

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

221 of 231 people found the following review helpful By Beth1025 on July 12, 2010
I really wish that people would not leave comments on cookware that they have had for less than a year. Of course when it's new, it's great. However, please note that the reviewers who have had theirs for more than a year are telling you - it DOES scratch - easily. This is a very expensive set for nonstick. I took very good care of mine because it was so expensive, I always handwashed my cookware and did not abuse it. But it still scratched after 3 months. Fortunately the company that I bought it from stood behind it and took it back, because Swiss Diamond's warranty is awful! Look at some of these reviews and you'll see that people who had to deal with the company are saying that Swiss Diamond keeps claiming "abuse". How convenient and shady of the company. The nonstick was great and it cooked nicely, but when mine scratched, I contacted the company and was given, in an email, "this warranty does not cover stains, discoloration, scratch marks, or dents". HUH??? What DOES it cover then? And once a pan is scratched it's ruined. So since it scratched so easily and the company does not stand behind their warranty, I decided to return the entire set rather than get stuck with a $500 set that will be just like any other nonstick set within a few years. Don't listen to reviewers who have only had theirs a short while - look at the reviewers who have had theirs for awhile or have had to deal with the company. They are all saying the same thing - it DOES scratch, get pits, and stains and the company does not stand behind it.
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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Edward S. Episcopo on January 5, 2010
We spent a lot of money ($150) on the 12-inch sautee pan which is advertised as "virtally indestructable". We have been very careful with the pan. We don't use metal utensils, put it in the dishwasher, or use abrasive cleaners or scrubbers. The non-stick coating is pitting, flaking and coming off after only eight months.

The company told me that we could send it back (at our expense) and someone at the company would examine the pan and decide if they would repair the pan, give us a replacement or return the pan as is.

We are planning to return the pan, but we aren't too hopeful.

Having recently read quite a few reviews of other companies' non-stick cookware, it seems that this is a common problem. Caveat emptor!
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91 of 100 people found the following review helpful By E. Hollender on July 30, 2010
I bought a Swiss Diamond Cookware Set about five years ago and some of the pans that I use daily are really starting to show "wear and tear." I contacted their Customer Service Department who seemed VERY interested in helping me decide whether some of the set needed replacement. I was asked to send pictures online and full documentation on when I bought them etc. etc. I responded immediately with what they asked for!

THEN, NO RESPONSE! I even sent an email to the person who originally contacted me...NO REPLY!
This cookware is VERY EXPENSIVE! I do NOT recommend it because NO ONE FROM THE COMPANY answered my questions regarding whether it was SAFE TO USE IN REGARD TO WEAR!
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Leo on March 6, 2010
I've been bragging to everyone about how lovely this 8.5 qt. stock pot is because clean up is a cinch and the non-stick quality is superior. Recently, after cleaning the pan I noticed a scratch that revealed the silver-colored metal underneath the non-stick surface as well as several other aggravated areas on the rim. I couldn't imagine how that happened. After examining its glass lid, I noticed the metal band that goes around the circumference of it (and comes in contact with the pot's rim) joins together and creates an unconnected, albeit close, seam. When I touched it, it felt sharp. Ah-hah! This must be what caused the damage. It seemed logical to me. The representative from Swiss Diamond looked at it and claimed it was caused by a metal utensil being banged against the rim. User error. Needless to say I'm disappointed. I don't recall banging a metal utensil against the rim. It seems obvious to me that, as absurd as it may sound in theory, practically speaking, the pan damaged itself. I sure hope the damage doesn't spread. The other thing I've noticed is some of the non-stick surface on the bottom is pilling. I'm bummed out. I feel angry, but I can't fight "city hall". I just hope this isn't the beginning of further degradation of the pan I love so much.
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43 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Don on November 12, 2010
I have been using nonstick frying pans for years and the outcome is always the same, they are only non-stick for a few months. At first they are great, nothing sticks, then after a few months the surface begins to dull and I notice small lines forming. Most people would think that the pan is getting scratched from utensils. This is not the case. What is happening is the heat from the burner is causing degradation of the coating. These lines are from the heat not utensils. The expansion coefficients of the metal and the coating are different. That is the metal expands when heated and so does the coating but at different rates which in time coupled with degradation from heat causes the very thin coating to break down and show marks. Keep using this pan and you will notice flaking of the coating. Now you will be getting particles of coating in your food. Your stove burner heats this pan to well above the recommended limit of 500 degrees. If the limit is 500 degrees, what is happening at 400 degrees? I used a non-stick pan and never used a utensil in it. I just shook the pan and poured out the food with out touching the pan with any utensil. I washed the pan very gently with running water and gentile rubbing with my hand. Dried it with a cotton dish towel. The result? The coating lasted the same as any other pan I had.
I have switched to cast iron and stainless. Caution, if you notice any odor coming from a coated pan while preheating on a stove, get rid of it, the coating and other processing chemicals are breaking down and can be toxic.
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