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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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This vented sauce pan has a specially designed dual pour spouts which are ideal for draining vegetables, potatoes and pastas. Simply turn lid to seal steam or us either 3mm or 6mm vent/drain holes. Has a Tri-Ply Encapsulated Base with a glass lid and stay-cool handles designed for safety, comfort and durability.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.7 x 8.3 x 6.4 inches
Item Weight 2.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Norpro
ASIN B0000E2PO3
Item model number 601
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 41 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #46,034 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#117 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > Saucepans
#1,109 in Kitchen & Dining > Cookware > All Pans
Date first available at Amazon.com October 1, 2003

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By D. Joseph on November 18, 2010
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I purchased this saucepan specifically for heating goat milk prior to making goat yogurt. It heats excellently, the milk doesn't stick to the bottom, there are no rivets on the inside of the pan (for the handle) for the milk to get stuck to like my other pans, and the added bonus of this pan is that it has a pour spout on both sides making it extremely easy to pour the milk into the yogurt maker container without all the spillage I used to experience from other pans. It also is made of stainless steel so it doesn't have all the chemicals that Teflon pans (which can cause cancer)do. This pan would be great for any other cooking too such as cooking soup, vegetables (easy strainer lid), etc.
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This is a comparative review of the "Norpro KRONA 1.5 Quart Vented Sauce Pan with Straining Lid" (http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000E2PO3/ref=oh_details_o04_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) vs. the "Cuisinart Chef's Classic Stainless Cook and Pour Saucepan with Cover [2 qt.]" (http://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-719-18P-Classic-Stainless-Saucepan/dp/B000E5CW84/ref=pd_sim_k_3)

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.
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Great features: Lid handle and pot handle both cool to touch, no potholder needed; glass lid with holes matching pouring spouts on both sides of pot; Easy maintenance; Heavy bottom. Need more sizes available with all the same features. Only cons are: Pot top not snug to pot-about 1/4" smaller diameter; SS does stain to minor degree at the level of the cooking liquid; but in spite of these, it works fine.
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I looked for a while for a 1.5 qt pot. I wanted a see-through lid. It would be used for cooking sauces, vegetables, reheating food, canned soup... It had to be well made.

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.
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I bought this pot for vegetable cooking (boiling/steaming). The handle stays cool and because of its shape, gripping it is stable. The handle on the lid is easy to grasp, even if handling with a pot holder (I'm not sure that a pot holder is always needed, but am adding this note to emphasize that the handle provides a lot of space between it and the lid). And the lid drain works like a charm and with the large lid handle, you can keep your arm well out of the way of escaping steam (possible reason for using a pot holder).

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.
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I was looking for something to replace an ancient 1-quart pan (the kind with the copper bottom) that I mostly made noodles in, and came across this one. After reading many many reviews (God bless everyone who posts these) I bought it. It's first rate--I love the vented lid, the pour spouts and the straining lid. You can make pasta in this and drain it with ease. Plus it's stainless with an aluminum core in the bottom and heats beautifully. I use it almost every day and am seriosly considering a bigger one from the same company. Highly recommended.Norpro KRONA 1.5 Quart Vented Sauce Pan with Straining Lid
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Too bad, because it looks pretty, well designed and very functional, but after 3 months of moderate use (used it maybe 8 or 9 times) it's starting to show rust spots. Also, the cover collects water around the rim and handle, and rust there is rampant. Working with Amazon customer service on returning it now, since the window for a return or exchange has passed.
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Great pot, hard to use handle.
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.
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