Precise Heat 12" T304 Stainless Steel Deep Electric Skillet/slow Cooker
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Features 120V, 1500 watt on/off power cord, adjustable temperature control, cover with Steam Control top knob, fully rolled edge, riveted handles, non-slip feet, and mirror finish exterior and interior. Measures 12" in diameter, with 6qt capacity. Limited 5 year warranty. White box.
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I like this pot; I would love it if it was 8 inches wide and deeper; you don't realize how big a spread a 12 inch round skillet is until you see it in 3D, real encounter. It is big, cooks fast, cleans easy, water inside and outside during cleaning pose no problem, stuck food comes off easy with a soft scrubbing sponge and if you soak pot immediately, the stuck-on comes off with just a rub of a sponge. The pot is solidly thin but strong--I believe it is "surgical stainless steel" and I come to this conclusion by observation and comparative experience with other regular stainless steel pots. This pot "acts" differently from my other copper, stainless steel, aluminum, etc. pots. This pot's metal response to temperature super quick: it gets hot fast when heat is applied and cools down fast when heat is turned off. None of my other assortment of metal pots have this super temperature responsiveness (you can burn a lot of food and it was a new learning experience for me). This pot also retains a permanent high shine besides heating up super FAST--I cannot stress this enough--I do not do "simmer" cooking in it.
The bulk of the pot's weight is at the bottom, where the heating element is located--it's heavier--NOT that is heavy, just heavier--than my other electric skillets. The vent dial on top don't do much, a bit cheap in construction and be careful, the cooking steam escapes through or stays circulating in the handle-vent. The handle's vent at "open" can scald when you grab it to lift the cover--and when "closed" it heats up pretty hot from trapped steam. Place/put a towel or some kind of barrier over the entire handle-vent-knob before you grab it to avoid scalding--don't make my earlier painful mistake--learn from my comment.
This skillet is built well, other than the hit and missed simmering heat control and the design flaw of the handle-vent, I have no complaints. I would love to purchase another one at 8 inches wide and 8 inches deep. Overall feeling is happy, but not in love.