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Good Nonstick, Bad Warping
on March 16, 2015
Well, you really can't beat the price. And so far, the nonstick properties have been excellent. Of course, there's a list of warnings if you want to keep it nonstick-- don't use abrasive cleansers, don't use nonstick sprays, don't put it in the dishwasher (you CAN, it says, but it's not recommended... wish they'd just acknowledge upfront that none of these nonstick pans are really dishwasher-safe).
The main downside for me has been the fact that just thirty seconds in a 350-degree oven led to an immediate "BANG!" and warping. Luckily, my food didn't go sliding off, but it makes me concerned that I can't cook anything "messy" on one of these pans. I'd be too worried that the food would slide to one side as soon as the pans warp.
It's frustrating that they're not made a little thicker, or whatever else might keep them from warping. But I do tend to go through pans quickly, so in this case, price mattered most to me.