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A great performing pan, albeit a little heavy.,
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This review is from: Calphalon Unison Slide Nonstick 12-Inch Covered Omelette Pan (Kitchen)
The good: It cooks evenly, and the nonstick works. Very solid, durable pan. The tempered glass lid fits well, and is also solid. The handle stays cool. Very easy to clean.
The bad: Heavier and deeper than expected. Approximate weight of a similarly sized (but not deep) iron skillet. Like another reviewer said, it's an omelette pan, but there is no way that you'd actually use it for omelettes unless you like your omelettes about two inches thick.
Overall: It functions very well. Love the fact that it cleans easily. My only complaint is that it's heavy and deeper than I expected. But that's a minor flaw, and the heaviness is probably what makes it durable. So, if you don't care about the weight or depth of the pan, this pan is a great choice.
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Initial post: Nov 14, 2012 7:21:53 PM PST
Mark Fleming says:
I completely disagree about the weight of the pan. My Unison Slide is much lighter than the 3 other Calphalon frying pans I own. The weight of this Unison pan feels somewhat cheap to me by comparison.
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