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Presto 06852 16-Inch Electric Skillet with Glass Cover
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- Made in China
- Deluxe nonstick surface, inside and out, for stick-free cooking and easy cleaning
- Doubles as a handy buffet server when entertaining
- Saves energy more efficient than using a range burner or oven
- Fully immersible and dishwasher safe with the heat control removed
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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|Item Dimensions||13 x 23 x 9 in||12.5 x 20 x 8 in||15.35 x 22.52 x 7.76 in||21 x 12 x 8 in||16.3 x 7 x 11.2 in||11.8 x 19.3 x 8.4 in|
|Item Weight||20 lbs||8.55 lbs||9.88 lbs||7.6 lbs||4.9 lbs||8.89 lbs|
Jumbo size. Big 16-inch cooking surface with high side-walls for extra cooking and serving capacity. Roasts, fries, grills, stews, bakes, makes casseroles and more. Fully immersible with heat control removed for easy cleaning. Tempered glass cover lets you see what is inside. Great for use as a buffet server when entertaining. Heavy cast aluminum.
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Purchased this Presto 16-Inch Electric Skillet new via Amazon.
I've seen these Non-Stick Coatings go bad before -- so I was being extra careful.
I never had this above 375 degrees and almost always between 200 and 300.
Always used a plastic spatula that I bought just for this pan. I NEVER used any kind of metal utensil in this pan.
Cleaned with water, dish soap, and luffa -- NEVER any kink of scrubbing sponge.
Used the pan only a couple times a week, but the nonstick coating is now at least 95% gone from bottom cooking surface.
Sides still sparkle, but coating on bottom is either deteriorated or completely gone.
Customer service is TERRIBLE and they blatantly lied about the pics I sent -- that they requested I send to them.
They claim it is food buildup when high res pics show it is very clean and OBVIOUSLY Not food buildup.
Worst Customer Service EVER.
Shame on Presto.
Edit = I uploaded three pics -- to clearly show clean -- but looks like not included. Will try again.
NOTE: It is now May 2008 and I still use this electric skillet at least once or twice a week. It has held up beautifully and still looks new. I have to tighten the leg screws now and then but I'm not complaining. I would give this pan six stars if I could.
NOTE: It is now October 2008 and we still use this skillet a couple of times per week at least. It takes about 3 minutes to clean after it cools. I can cook just about anything in it. I like its temperature accuracy and the quick control I have over the heat. I use it all the time.
NOTE: It's now February 2009, and two years since I bought this skillet. I still use it at least once a week and it is holding up just fine. Other than tightening the leg/handle screws now and then, it works as well as the day I received it.
NOTE: It's now January 2010 and the skillet is still going strong. No problems with it at all. We use it every weekend for egg & pancake breakfasts with all the trimmings.
I've had mine since 2009 ... and frequently use it to make fried rice without the need for tons of oil. Tomato sauce hasn't damaged it which is rare in nonstick surfaces. A favorite thing to do is use it to cook a couple pieces of bacon and chicken breasts at the same time... the chicken ends up slightly crispy with the YUM BACON taste and it turns into chicken bacon and cheese sandwiches.
EXAMPLE of why it's the best things ever:
I finally convinced my mother that she needed one when we were making homestyle potatoes for a 16 person dinner... so I brought this with me and we used her electric skillet as well (one that she's been using happily for YEARS). She was ready to throw it out halfway through cooking the potatoes. Paying equal attention to both pans and turning every minute or so we ended up with 2 very different scenarios. We started with the same thing - a few tablespoons of butter, onions and 5 pounds of potatoes. In my skillet we could turn them, brown them, do whatever I wanted. Add spices and done. In her skillet, every time I tried to turn potatoes I had to scrape them off the bottom of the pan and add another few tablespoons of butter. It was like the pan was absorbing it. Even with her "nonstick" surface potatoes were getting stuck or burned to the bottom of the pan and therefore turning them just ripped that part off and turned the rest of the cube into mush. After we had added an extra 1.5 sticks of butter to her pan she gave up and we turned her skillet off. After we finished with my batch, we put her half done potatoes in my skillet to finish them. My step dad then spent 10 minutes trying to clean it while mine was already in the drying rack.
At this point I have one, my mother has one, my sister has one and we have one up at our cabin where we don't have running water... we can just bring it down to the dock, dip it in the lake, wipe it out and it's clean.
The only reason every one of my friends doesn't have one as well is because they never have to serve a group of people. They just always come to my place.
This skillet is deep, does not splatter, and it is easy to clean. Lastly, I avoid the dried on grease on the glass stovetop. I keep it on my countertop for myriad cooking projects.
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We have not had any issues with this, the lid or the non stick & use this often for multiple...Read more