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Lodge ECSSK Replacement Knob, Stainless Steel, 2-inch
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- Replacement knob for use with lodge enamel or glass lid
- Will also work as replacement for most other manufacturers knobs
- Wide, flattened shape and thick rim allow for a secure grip
- Remains cool to the touch
- Includes assembly screw
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Sometimes someone warns you that your knob will explode.
(... apparently, if you put it in the oven above a temperature above which you very frequently use your Lodge dutch oven. I didn't test this theory as exploding knobs are not really my thing.)
So while I'm no expert on the subject of knobs, I knew I needed a new one. Exploding knobs are not good knobs to keep around, even if they're quite nice, as the Lodge "default" knobs tend to be. So I ditched my old knob and bought this shiny wonder. It's fantastic. Doesn't explode. Helps me lift the lid to my dutch oven with ease. It's a great knob. I intend to keep it around for a good long while.
I still have no idea why a plastic knob is standard on the lid for a cast iron skillet. I thought the whole point of cast iron was that it is practically indestructible, outliving its owners as it is passed down through families from generation to generation.
The knob and screw that came with the Tramontina did not fit this replacement knob.
I had also read online about just buying a $3 door or cabinet knob that's stainless steel at the home store, but 1) they didn't look very hefty and I didn't want the weight of the lid to eventually strip the screws and 2) I couldn't find any cheaper than this replacement knob that were stainless steel. I was unsure if something made of a composite metal would put off potentially toxic of off-tasting odors or fumes when cooked.
In the end, I just went with this. It fits my dutch oven well, and I just had to spend a buck more for a longer screw. most people may have this length and size screw laying around their house.
The knob is a generous size (2-inch diameter) & is easy to grasp with oven mitts or a hot pad.
All you need is a Phillips screwdriver to unscrew the old knob & screw on the new stainless knob.
Others have stated that Lodge dutch ovens come with stainless knobs. This seems to be the case now... but it didn't used to be the case. For those of us who have had the dutch oven for a few years now this knob upgrade is a necessity in my opinion.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The knob is too close to the lid of the pot. Hard to grasp with hot pad on. Does not work at all with one of the pots I bought it for - Sam's Club cast iron enamel dutch oven as... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jane Megginson
Have been using it on my heavy cast iron pot for baking bread (the old knob broke off long ago), it has been great and I have not had any issues. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Caitlin Dennis
It was a very nice knob that fit on my Cuisinart dutch oven. However the stretch wrap was there to protect it but trying to get the wrap off, I scratched the knob.Published 2 months ago by Mary Doughten
when read the other reviews about the packaging, i thot how bad can it be? but after initally struggling to remove the plastic film yesterday after it arrived and again this... Read morePublished 3 months ago by mick
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