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Simply Calphalon Nonstick 10 Piece Cookware Set
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- Cookware set features Calphalon's signature hard-anodized aluminum construction for excellent conductivity and even heating.
- The interior surface of the pots and pans is double-coated with Calphalon's sturdy, reliable nonstick coating.
- Tempered glass covers. Oven safe to 450 degrees Fahrenheit
- This is not dishwasher safe
- 8-inch omelet pan, 10-inch omelet pan, 1-qt covered sauce pan, 2-qt covered sauce pan, 3-qt covered saute pan, 6-qt covered stock pot, 4pcs tempered glass lids
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Calphalon invented hard-anodized aluminum cookware, introducing gourmet cookware to the average consumer for the first time, and for more than 50 years we have been on a mission to prove that cooking can be relaxing, fun and personal. We know our customers share the passion we have for our products, and the expectations they have for our brand drive the decisions we make every day.
Simply Calphalon Nonstick Cookware
An ideal choice for cooking enthusiasts, Simply Calphalon Nonstick brings durability, performance and value to your kitchen. Its long-lasting nonstick surface consistently delivers delicious results followed by easy clean-up, while the hard-anodized aluminum construction promotes fast and even heating. Silicone handles feel comfortable and stay cool on the stovetop.
Simply Calphalon makes choosing cookware a simple proposition. Everything that counts in cookware; delicious results, good looks, easy clean-up, durability is built right into it. An ideal choice for cooking enthusiasts on a budget,. Designed with an eye toward simple elegance, capturing the essence of Calphalon style.
Durable, Hard-Anodized Aluminum Construction
Simply Calphalon is constructed to meet Calphalon's strict standards for performance and durability, crafted from a disc of virtually pure, medium-gauge, hard-anodized aluminum for even heating.
In 1968, Calphalon created the original hard-anodized aluminum cookware, an innovation immediately embraced by the professional culinary community and later by home cooks seeking commercial performance. Hard-anodized aluminum cookware is exceptionally durable. In fact, it is over 80% harder than stainless steel, making it tough enough to stand up to the rigors of a busy kitchen. It is safe for use in both the oven and the broiler.
Durable PFOE-free Nonstick Coating
Simply Calphalon Nonstick cookware gets two layers of Calphalon’s PFOE-free nonstick coating for durability. Calphalon carefully controls its nonstick coating process to maximize the durability and resilience of the cooking surface. The coating is designed for long-term use when used properly and at the recommended cooking temperatures.
Easy Food Release - Reliable release makes it easy to get the results you want – even with delicate or sticky foods – and it’s a great way to build confidence in the kitchen, too.
Cook With Less Fat - Because foods will "slide" on the pan surface, you don’t need to add extra butter, fat or oil. It’s a great way to make your favorite recipes a little bit healthier.
Effortless Cleanup - Because most foods will lift from the pan, cleanup is extra quick – in fact, hot, soapy water and a sponge are generally all you need to keep your Calphalon nonstick clean.
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|Item Dimensions||14.25 x 21.13 x 10.25 in||12.75 x 25.25 x 11.25 in||15.5 x 25.25 x 11.5 in||13 x 20 x 8.38 in||13.88 x 23 x 11.12 in||15.5 x 23 x 11.25 in|
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This nonstick cookware is perfect for dozens of everyday tasks from steaming rice to reheating soups and sauces. Hard-anodized aluminum construction provides even heating across the bottom and up the sides of the pan. The durable, double-coated nonstick interior of the pots and pans set is ideal for making caramel, fondue and other sticky sauces. Sauces pour easily from the pan and clean up is soap-and-water simple!
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First thing I noticed was that the Simply Calphalon were slightly smaller. Especially the Saute pan. The Kitchen Aid set is dishwasher safe, Calphalon is not. For better or worse (as you'll read better in this case) the Kitchen Aid are heavier. The Calphalon are double-coated nonstick, the Kitchen Aid are triple-coated. Packaging for KA says oven safe to 350 degrees and Cal. says 400. Amazon says 500 for KA vs 400 for Cal. Being curious I had both in the oven at 425 for 15 minutes with no issues. Both are Hard Anodized aluminum. If you have an induction cooktop only KA is compatable.
What is Hard Anodized and does it matter? Hard Anodized pans are naturally nonstick, and completely chemical-free. These pans are made with an aluminum base, which essentially gets submerged in a sulfuric acid bath that has low electrical charges running through it. As it cools, it causes the pans exterior to anodize. A hard anodized pan is extremely strong, has a long lifespan, and because it is virtually non-porous, it resists sticking. Add a few layers of non-stick coating and you have a great, relatively cheap (cost wise), pan.
So what are meaningful differences? The most important, and the one most often overlooked by consumers, is that Calphalon set is 3.2mm thick and the Kitchen Aid is 4.5mm thick. Meaning (all else being equal) the Kitchen Aid is more thermally conductive and durable. And my non-scientific tests show this. The KA heats up far quicker, stays at temp longer and cooks more evenly. It's not even close. Boiling water took about 1:30 less time in the KA and eggs cooked over medium heat in far less time. I had to lower the heat on everything I tested with the KA set. It conducted heat far better that my old Cuisinart or the Simply Calphalon. The difference in thickness also accounts for the difference in weight.
Calphalon double-coated and KA has a triple-coated non-stick coating. The name is pretty explanatory but does it really matter? Yes and no. Right out of the box there is no noticible difference. However, in 4-5 years there should be a difference. Kitchen Aid's triple-coating should last longer and look better. We'll wait and see.
The Kitchen Aid is dishwasher safe the Simply Calphalon is not. Truthfully, I don't care what the manufacture says if you want you cookware to last don't put it in the dishwasher. With the non-stick coating it takes little effort to clean these so it's not worth it. Also, don't use metal instruments and never use cooking spray. Buy silicon utensils and a oil mister. The utensils are cheap and a mister lasts forever and is less expensive than 2 cans of Pam.
Real world cooking experience. After spending a week with each I gave the Calphalon to my son who recently moved out. They are nice pans and should take most of his abuse but they do not compare with the Kitchen Aid set. Cooking is quicker, food cooks more evenly and they look great. The deep black finish and flat tops are a stark change from the grey, domed cookware you usually see. I did find that the handles of the Calphalon set were slightly more comfortable. But that is subjective. Anyway who holds their pans for more than 10 seconds at a time?Neither sets handles became hot but, as expected, the handles on the lids of both became hot.
Lastly, while I like the look of the flat lids on the Kitchen Aid set, they do have issues. Domed lids like those on the Cal. set allow the condensation to continually drain. The flat lids tend to collect the condensation so that when you remove them... water everywhere. You quickly learn to tilt them as you remove but it is something of which to be aware.
Are they a professional set, no. But restaurants cook 300+ meals a day with people who don't care if the pans last to the next shift. So why pay triple the price? Well, the speed at which a 6mm or 7mm thick set gets to temp. is nice but that's the only difference. Usually, the Kitchen Aid set is slightly more than the Simply Calphalon but the they are worth the difference. So, for a mid-priced set of cookware, I don't think you'll find a better value than the Kitchen Aid.
I hope this is helpful in your decision. Be well.
The downside: What's not obvious from the photos is the handles only have a partial silicone wrap - the sides are metal the whole length. On a gas stove these conduct heat very well and mean you always have to use a hot pad to move the pans around. I've burned myself twice already on them because I'm used to an Anolon set I had previously that did have a full-wrap handle.
One minor nit to pick: the lids are made of some sort of odd material - I think it's silicone, but it has a bit of a texture to it. This seems to pick up haze REALLY easily and I have a very hard time cleaning them without them turning white/hazy again. I don't have particularly hard water so I don't know what the story is here. I'm sure it's not harmful, but it's definitely unsightly.
The upside: Having every lid have a built-in strainer is a nice feature. Other reviewers are correct that the lids don't fit very tightly, but it hasn't really been a problem for me.