Duxtop SSIB-17 Professional 17 piece Stainless Steel Induction Cookware Set, Impact-bonded Technology
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- Includes 8 and 10-inch fry pans; 1.6-quart, 2.5-quart sauce pans with lids; 4.2-quart casserole with lid, etc.
- Constructed with 18/10 commercial grade stainless steel, heavy gauge impact-bonded aluminum encapsulated bottom, build to last for a life time
- Ergonomically shaped handle with anti-slippery satin finish, handle is riveted to pan provide durability
- Suitable for all cooking source, electric, gas, infrared, induction stove or radiant glass and ceramic cooktop
- Dishwasher-safe; oven-safe to 550 degrees F; Freezer-safe for food storage; Lifetime limited warranty
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SECURA has been a leading small appliance manufacturer in North America for years. Our products, sold under the SECURA and DUXTOP brands, are top sellers on many of the leading online shopping services as well as in several large national retailers. We have sold well over 8,000,000 units in the USA and continue to add to our product line at an aggressive pace.
SECURA is proud to bring you high quality products in the kitchen, health & beauty and fitness areas. Our products are focused on ease of use, high quality material, ergonomic design and affordability. All of our products come with comprehensive warranties and our customer service is second to none.
What is Impact Bonding?
Duxtop Professional 17 piece Stainless Steel Induction Cookware Set, Impact-bonded Technology
Impact bonded cookware is highly durable cookware, compatible with any form of cooktop use; gas, electric, infrared, ceramic and especially induction cooking! Created by a friction process to form the bond between the base of the vessel and the disc, no adhesive element is applied. The disc is placed on the base of the vessel, and when passed through the impact bonding machine, through pressure and friction, the bond is formed. The typical instantaneous pressure applied by a friction press ranges from 800 to 1500 tons! Impact bonding provides the cookware with a complete, secure attachment of the cooking disc to the base of the pot/pan.This cookware is dishwasher-safe and oven-safe to 550°F. Constructed with 18/10 commercial grade stainless steel, heavy gauge impact-bonded aluminum encapsulated bottom, built to last for a lifetime and, it carries a Lifetime limited Warranty.
Beautiful Professional Grade Cookware
17 Piece Professional Grade Cookware
Items included in set:
- 1.6Qt Saucepan w/lid
- 2.5Qt Saucepan w/lid
- 4.2Qt Casserole w/lid
- 8.6Qt Stock Pot w/lid
- 8 inch Fry Pan
- 10 inch Fry Pan
- 5.5Qt SautePan w/lid
- Boiler Basket
- Steam Basket
- 3 piece kitchen tools
A truly versatile set of cookware
8.6-quart stainless steel stock pot with lid; Boiler basket and steamer basket
Tempered-glass lids make it easy to monitor the cooking process. Riveted Stainless Steel handles with an anti-slip finish, designed for comfort and safety.
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|Item Dimensions||—||14.2 x 24.2 x 10.7 in||—||—||14.5 x 21.5 x 20.5 in||15 x 24 x 16 in|
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Includes 8 and 10-inch fry pans; 1.6-quart, 2.5-quart sauce pans with lids; 4.2-quart casserole with lid; 8.6-quart stock pot with lid; 5.5-quart sauté pan with helper and lid; boiler basket and steamer basket; 3pcs kitchen tools including spoon, slotted turner 2-prong fork. Constructed with 18/10 commercial grade stainless steel, heavy gauge impact-bonded aluminum encapsulated bottom, build to last for a life time. Ergonomically shaped handle with anti-slippery satin finish, handle is riveted to pan provide durability. Suitable for all cooking source, electric, gas, infrared, induction stove or glass and ceramic cooktop. Dishwasher-safe; oven-safe to 550 degrees F; Freezer-safe for food storage; Lifetime limited warranty.
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sets. My set was shipped to me in the original manufacturers box that was probably in a container with a zillion others. Amazon
shipped it in another box with space and packing around the shipper box which took any abuse UPS could throw (literally) at it.
Lets talk about that shipper box which again was a box within a box. Everything was held by designed cardboard packing material that
fit the pieces and held them away from the sides. It was packed like it was headed for a mess kitchen at the front (or they were aware
of the gorillas that ups uses). If the UPS truck had run over it, it still might have held up, maybe. Amazon is starting to realize,
and pack for the kind of handling that mass delivery systems can dish out.
This is well made stainless steel cookware; it has an aluminium sandwich on the bottom so the heat distribution is more even and it
works on induction cooktops (I have a couple of NuWaves and a 30 inch GE all induction cooktop). This is not commercial cookware. I
worked in college as a cook, and we never had anything anywhere near this good. Commercial pans get rough treatment from the cooks,
and a lot of steel wool and hard grease cutters from the dishwasher, and everything goes through the dishwasher, the guy and the
machine. Commercial pots usually have flat stainless steel lids also. This set is really nice home cookware, much better than
commercial quality. These pots are not eye candy. They are brushed stainless which you can't see your face in. The brushed finish
holds oil better. The pot handles are large and stay cool, the lid handles can get hot.
Tip: Get Barkeepers Friend Cookware cleaner for when you screw-up, we all do. Buy in multiples, it is cheaper that way. It's on
Amazon. I think all the Barkeepers is the same stuff in different packaging, but I might be wrong.
Tip: Also get the Magic Jetz scrubbers on Amazon, they are easier on the pans than steel wool or ghod forbid those squiggly stainless
steel scrubbers or chainmail (use that on your cast iron stuff).
A little advice to those new to stainless cookware. Use the PAM on your Teflon pans, not these. I use duck fat or pretty much any
oil. Start out on medium heat (5 out of 10) with something in the pan. Then when you have food in the pan, you can ramp up the
heat a little, or even a lot. You will learn your own style as far as heat control goes. You can maintain your desired level at a
lower heat once you get there. Gas, Induction, Ceramic, and Halogen will give you faster response to control numbers than electric
burners. If you cookware changes color (straw to brown to purple to blue) you are way too high in the heat and you can damage the
pan. If you just have to see what it will do, put 2 liters of cold tap water in the 4.2 qt casserole and let her rip. My GE
induction cooktop will boil it in 4.5 min from 50 degrees on level 10, and maintain it on level 3. Remember, when it is hot enough,
back it down.
Last tip: get a ThermoWorks Thermapen here on Amazon, the price is right and they are really useful. Get a bright color so you
can find it quick. You will be surprised how often you overcook food.
Why buy them:
They are attractive. (They look beautiful in any light)
They are functional. (Very even cooking)
They have measures on the side. ( they have marks inside of them listing how much water or sauce you have added)
The skillets have more depth then most other cookware sets. (it makes harder to spill...)
The handles are curved in a way that makes them feel more comfortable in your hands.
The pans are evenly balanced.
There is a lid for everything and the lids are attractive also.
Why not buy them:
None so far will update if I come across anything.
Stainless steel tips:
1)Don't use High temperatures unless boiling water, stainless steel heats very evenly and cooks well at medium - medium high
2)Do not boil dry!!! (this means boil till you run out of water)
3)Try and use plastic / rubber spatulas etc. when cooking as you can scratch your stainless steel with other hard metals and while this will not effect the usefulness it will make it slightly less attractive.
4)Allow your food to warm before cooking. IE take them out of the refrigerator for 10-15 minutes as overly chilled food tends to stick when introduced to heat.
5)Don't use cooking sprays. Sprays contain a chemical propellant that is difficult to remove. Instead dab a bit of oil on a paper towel and carefully wipe the interior of the pan.
6)Add your oil to the pan after it has had a chance to heat up and before you add food. It takes less oil with a stainless steel set then most and make sure to coat evenly.
Just so you know:
I received this set free in return for an honest review. (I know this can look bad but I will call out a bad product even if given to me thankfully in this case I didn't have to!)
Overall the best cooking set I have worked with I highly recommend it. And hope you enjoy your new set.