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Tramontina Professional Restaurant Fry Pan
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- Professional quality, heavy-gauge aluminum construction
- Superior and even heat distribution
- High performance nonstick coating
- Riveted, cast stainless steel handle
- Removable soft-grip silicone sleeve
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T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Fry Pan / Saute Pan Dishwasher Safe Cookware, 12-Inch, Black B000GWG0T2
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|Material||Aluminum||Information Not Available||Aluminum||Aluminum|
|Item Weight||3.8 pounds||2.3 pounds||5.6 pounds||2.13 pounds|
|Warranty Description||Lifetime Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty||Lifetime limited warranty||Lifetime warranty|
|Size||12 in.||12-Inch||10-inch and 12-inch Set||12-Inch|
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Color: Silver | Size: 12 in.
Top Customer Reviews
The Rivet blew its cap off explosively. Reminded me of a scene from Das Boot, where the submarine is failing from overpressure, and rivets are going off and wounding or killing the sailors ....
They're quite substantial, made of thick, heavy aluminum. They strike an almost perfect balance between responsiveness and heat retention. The pans are heavy enough that even the smallest 8" pan isn't the least bit tippy, despite having a relatively long, heavy handle. They're also light enough that I can toss vegetables and rice with one hand. That's the beauty of aluminum. Even when it's quite thick as these pans are, it is very lightweight.
The nonstick coating is far superior to other inexpensive pans, and I consider these in that category. I'm not gentle, have been known to use metal utensils (almost exclusively) and mine are still holding up well. My pans are 6 years old and still very much nonstick, although they do require a bit of oil now. Not much, just a little, and only for eggs. Everything else slides right out of the pan. The only problem I've had has come from family members who think it's fine to heat empty aluminum pans on med-high or high. It's not, and mine have warped as a result of this abuse. I've replaced the 2 warped pans and now jealously watch when others cook.
If you treat these pans right, and follow the cooking/cleaning instructions, you'll get many years of happy cooking from them. Use wooden or silicone utensils, nothing higher than medium heat when the pan is dry, and hand wash.Read more ›
- It's "pretty", but it's very light weight for a pan this size.... not sure if it will hold up to high heat without warping and/or scorching.
- My gas stove has a six-pointed grate and since the HANDLE IS HEAVIER THAN THE PAN. It literally tips over and falls off the stove if it isn't positioned very carefully!! The handle is long, and on my stove it needs to be at a very awkward angle to balance empty on the grate for pre-heating. It's kinda dangerous! (On a flat countertop it does stay flat.)
- The usable size is a full 12" inches with a 9.5" flat center area, but the rim flares at the top edge to 12.5 inches, so a generic 12" glass lid wobbles and doesn't seat properly for steaming grains, etc.
It should be perfect for flipping large dinner crêpes, poaching quantities of eggs, lightly sautée-ing fish etc., but I have doubts that it will last as an everyday high heat browning pan.
Update: After testing it for a week, my suspicions have been confirmed... It is OK for some foods and it IS non-stick... BUT,
It isn't heavy enough to distribute heat evenly. On test crêpes, they do flip easily, but you can clearly see scorch marks where the gas flame hits the bottom. I'm removing one star... and will continue to use caution with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought my first one of these at Costco years ago, and fell in love..it is the ONLY nonstick I will use.Published 3 days ago by hexefrau
Restaurant quality pan, perfect weight, non-stick, cool rubber handle; I flip perfect over-easy eggs and omelets with it. Read morePublished 6 days ago by 50Something
I absolutely love this non stick pan! One of the best pans I've ever used.Published 10 days ago by Brittney
I love this pan! This is actually my second Tramontina pan in 18 years (yup, that is how long my first one lasted...I scraped off the coating so thought it was time for a new one). Read morePublished 11 days ago by Melissa Mackey
I bought the 8", 10" and 12" and am extremely pleased with them. I do a lot of cooking and have lots of pans -- everything from stainless to cast iron and carbon... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Walter Simmons
Great pans! I love them and they are super tough. Had them for several months and they have yet to scratch. I use them several times a day and they have held up really well. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Pamazon
Bought this pan for my daughter and she loves it! Perfect size for a large family and she likes the depth of the pan.Published 26 days ago by TxAngel
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