Norpro KRONA 1.5 Quart Vented Sauce Pan with Straining Lid
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- 18/10 stainless steel constructuon.
- Dual sieve straining lids, ideal for straining vegetables,potatoes, and pastas.
- Everyday use for high volume cooking
- Tri ply encapsulated base incorporates 2 layers 18/10 stainless steel with an aluminum core layer. Ensures even heat conductivity, even heat distribution and no hot spots.
- One pot does all the work
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|Color||As Shown||Silver||Stainless||Stainless Steel|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Size||1.5 Quart||2 qt||1 qt||3 qt|
|Finish||stainless steel||Mirror Satin||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel|
|Dimensions||6.4 inches x 12.7 inches x 8.3 inches||6.5 inches x 3.5 inches x 12.5 inches||6 inches x 11.25 inches x 5.75 inches||6 inches x 17 inches x 10 inches|
|Item Weight||2.91 pounds||3.5 pounds||1.47 pounds||8 pounds|
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Background: I was using a conventional 1.5 qt. pot to make tea (was previously using this glass tea pot, with infuser, but decided the infuser didn't give the tea leaves room to fully expand, plus I broke one too many of them: http://www.amazon.com/GROSCHE-Infuser-included-infuser-capcity/dp/B004PV7IDW/ref=pd_sim_hg_6). I'd make the tea and then pour it through a strainer into my Klean Kanteen 40 oz wide-mouth bottle. With the 1.5 qt. pot, with 40 oz. of water, there was just enough height to the rim (5/8") to allow me to stir without spilling. But a straining saucepan is much more convenient, so I ordered the Norpro, was unsatisfied with the design, and thus returned it and bought the Cuisinart, which I've kept. Both have flaws:
DESIGN: CUISINART WINS:
For me, the principal problem with the Norpro is the spout. First, unlike with the Cuisinart, the spout design on the Norpro causes a small loss in capacity, which for me was a problem. Specifically, on the Norpro the rim dips ¼" at the spout (the Cuisinart's rim is the same level everywhere). Since I was filling it almost to capacity, I got spillage with the Norpro (where I didn't with my conventional 1.5 qt. pot). If you don't need the full 1.5 quarts, this would not be an issue for you. Of course, the Cuisinart also has a larger capacity (2 qt.Read more ›
This pot did all that and it also could strain the vegetables. I didn't have to get out the strainer. And it is easily to clean.
I use it all the time.
My only comment is that the lid does not fit tight on the pot. It's not for cooking rice or anything like that. But for me, I use a larger pot for those things.
So far, mine is clean and shiny. Don't know what it will be like years from now, but currently I am happy with it.
This pot works very well for foods that tend to stick or burn to the bottom of the pot, as the bottom is quite thick / heavy. Works well for milk products. The handle is not that nice; it doesn't get hot, so that's great, but since it's not a solid piece, it's hard to get a good, comfortable grip on it. So when you go to pour out contents or water, the handle makes it hard. The lid itself is nice in how it has smaller draining holes on one side, and larger holes on the other side. Use the larger holes when draining water from larger pieces of food that will not slip through the holes. The lid does not fit very snugly, but is OK.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
2 in one: pan and food strainer. Very convenient!!! Good quality of stainless steel.Published 2 months ago by Milena
great high quality pan, love the strainer in the lid and the see thru glass.Published 4 months ago by Inez P. Petersen
I've had this saucepan for about 8 years; bought at a local kitchen store for $20. It is the one pot I use daily in my kitchen. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tanya Petrova
Have been looking for a small saucepan with pouring spouts. This one has worked just great. It gets used on a daily basis. Heats evenly, is stainless and easily cleans up. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Linda R
I love this little saucepan. The pouring spout allows and screened top allows for draining vegetables or pasta easily. It's a perfect size for most things I cook.Published 14 months ago by Dorothy K. Jessup
Love this pan. Want to get a whole set. It has two sets of drain holes in two different sizes. The smaller is good for simmering and straining herb tea; the larger for vegetables... Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. Latham
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