Presto 06626 11 inch Electric Skillet w/glass lid
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- High sidewalls and tempered glass cover make it ideal for breakfast, lunch, dinner and entertaining
- Tempered glass cover lets you see what is inside
- Deluxe nonstick surface inside and out for stick-free cooking and no-scour cleaning. dishwasher safe with heat control removed.
- Control Master heat control automatically maintains the proper cooking temperature.
- Saves energy - it is more efficient than using a range burner or oven. 120 volts, 1000 watts
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|Item Dimensions||11.5 x 14.5 x 6.8 in||12.5 x 20 x 8 in||16.3 x 7 x 11.2 in||13 x 23 x 9 in||12.7 x 13.7 x 5.5 in||16.6 x 6.2 x 12.5 in|
|Item Weight||5.3 lbs||8.55 lbs||4.9 lbs||8.5 lbs||4.75 lbs||5.6 lbs|
11-in Electric Skillet with glass lid. Roasts, fries, grills, stews, bakes, makes casseroles and more. 120 volts, 60 Hz only
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1. The skillet's cooking area is 11 x 11 inches; and its width, including handles, is 11 x 14.5 inches.
2. The power cable is 30 inches long, which works great if you have an electrical outlet nearby. I like it, because I prefer not to have a lot of redundant electrical cord laying about and taking up space.
3. Temperature control settings range from 200 to 400, with an additional Warm setting.
4. I've found nothing in the documentation that states the temperature of the Warm setting, but my (unscientific) tests with my instant read thermometer indicate that Warm on my skillet runs about 168 degrees Fahrenheit; and it doesn't bring water to a boil. There's an unofficial "Warm" setting, just below the labeled Warm setting, at the first point on the temperature control where the heat light comes on. This unofficial setting on my skillet runs about 108 degrees Fahrenheit.
5. The skillet's heating element is hotter in the center of the skillet (e.g., the center crab cake browns faster), but not so much that it caused any of my food to burn.
6. Both the lid and skillet (but not the power control) are dishwasher safe, though the documentation that comes with the skillet warns that dishwasher detergent will discolor the bottom of the skillet. I've found the skillet easy to clean in (a cleared out) sink, so I haven't bothered to try it the dishwasher.
7. This skillet isn't designed for deep frying, and the documentation states that very clearly.
1- Assembly required, no big deal but my Rival brand skillet came fully assembled.
2- No non-skid feet, there again, no big deal but my other one has rubber feet that keep it from easily sliding.
3- No vent in the lid but the lid doesn't have a really tight fit, but still.
4- More expensive that the Rival
1- Does seem to have a thicker more durable non-stick coating than the Rival, time will tell.
2- Has 'Submersible' stamped in the metal underneath near the center, the Rival does not.
3- Seems to be more durable/tougher with the one piece handles. The Rival has leg 'posts' that just look like they could be easily broken.
Pro to both Presto and Rival - the power/temperature control module and cord are interchangeable.
All in all if I had to make the purchase again, I think I would have gone with the Rival with the Presto a close 2nd choice.
I found where the knob on the lid had a crack in it. I'm not sure when it happened but I'm just glad I found it before it broke completely off while cooking. Good thing most knobs are similar and I found one in my junk bin to replace it with.
Well, beginning to think the Presto is the most durable. The non-stick coating on my comparable Rival doesn't seem to be holding us well as the Presto.
The skillet may be fine for most applications, but not french toast or grilled sandwiches unless you are very careful about the size of the bread that you buy.