Stoneline Nonstick Stone Cookware - All-Purpose 8 Piece Set
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- Stoneline^100% safe natural stone cooking: releases maximum flavor & aroma of foods for gourmet results.^Non-scratch: 10 times more durable than other nonstick pans. 12-year Warranty. 60 Day Money-Back Guarantee.^NOTHING sticks: wipes clean with a paper towel. Save fat and calories: No need to grease the pan.^Cooks Perfectly
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Developed in Germany and used in hundreds of thousands of European kitchens, Stoneline cookware has the strength of cast iron skillets, the chef-quality weight of aluminum, and a stone micro-coating so naturally nonstick that even eggs and cheese just slide right out without greasing the pan. Unlike other nonstick pans, Stoneline’s hot-stone cooking surface resists scratches and gets hot enough to sear meats to lock in juicy flavor. It also cooks evenly so pancakes brown beautifully without scorching. And for all foods – even sticky mac and cheese or a simmered-all-day stew, Stoneline simply wipes clean with a paper towel! The 8-piece set handles just about anything you’d ever want to cook on your stove: 1 Roasting Pot, 1 Cooking Pot, 1 Saucepan, 1 Stewing Pot, 1 Frying Pan, and 3 Glass Lids. Just for trying the introductory set, you will receive a FREE 11 piece Knife Set (yours to keep even if you return the set). Stoneline warranties the cookware to be free from defects in workmanship and material under normal use and service for a period of 12 years.Chef-quality cookware; Works on gas, electric, ceramic and induction stovetops.
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UPDATE: June 13, 2017
Have now been using daily for a year and a half. Still have never had to scrub the inside. Everything slides out of the pans- I've worked in restaurants for 25 years... I highly recommend purchasing these but be sure to follow the care and seasoning instructions! I firmly believe any negative feedback was due to user error
I got married back in October and wanted to get started off on the right foot in more ways than one. My income is less than ideal, but rather than mess around with cheap pans that won't even last long enough to justify all the trouble of cleaning caked up residue out of them time and time again, I determined I'd just rather bite the bullet and pay for a really nice set of cookware that would last us the better part of a decade if not the entirety of it.
After doing a lot of searching into various types of nonstick pans and their comparative benefits and prices I learned that stoneware is arguably the healthiest option for nonstick pans, as all the other types have been tested and discovered to contain a level of toxicity that, while not hazardous to your health, was certainly more than I was willing to take a chance on.
Some criticize stoneware as well, but at the present at least, it seems like the best option outside of cast iron, which seems to be in a separate category really, even though folks will discuss its merits right alongside nonstick cookware.
In the category of stoneware a few brands became apparent to me as serious contenders, Ozeri being at the bottom of the list, and Stoneline and Woll Diamond competing neck-in-neck.
Which is better of these two, I honestly don't know at this point, as I've never used Woll Diamond and I settled on Stoneline.
I was prepared, after doing my own research, that they were worth the $4-500 price tag--but then the price of this set dropped to less than $200, and that pretty much cinched it for me.
Having been using these pans for several months now though, I have become satisfied that I was correct in concluding that they were worth the money even at full price. These pans are ultra sturdy, cook amazingly well, and live up to literally everything positive I've heard about them thus far.
The primary drawback to them is the learning curve that comes with mastering the protocols of proper maintenance of these products--because maintaining their nonstick finish is indeed a task to be diligently undertaken, should you wish to get the years of use out of them they are capable of, involving a short list of do's and don'ts which the neglect thereof could potentially ruin your pans.
This is less of an down side to people who already appreciate the finer things in life, but proves problematic for many, (as you can surmise from the reviews) who are used to this instant gratification, economy of cheap, disposable products and consequently don't think of their kitchenware as a decade-spanning investment or even something to care for and pass on to their kids some day.
It was a better world when we inherited our cookware from Grandma, and one that I think most of us could agree needs to come back, but in the mean time, there's a lot of people buying high end cookware with very specific care instructions and giving it bad reviews when it gets messed up because they treated it like the stuff they buy from the dollar store.
Having read through most of the negative reviews when I was considering the investment many months ago, and having used the product myself and compared the negative reviews to the positive, I am strongly convinced that the unfortunate experiences described in the vast majority of said negative reviews must have been brought about by failure to follow those care instructions on some level.
Excellent cookware that performs as advertised.
Whoever said ignorance is bliss has not invested hundreds of dollars in a high end set of pans and neglected to carefully read the instructions for how to care for them and destroyed them inside of a few months.
LEARN HOW TO CARE FOR THESE PANS before using them. Failure to do so is a thing for which your significant other might forgive you, but this cookware will not.
Most all of it is pretty intuitive though and paying that kind of attention and giving that level of care to your possessions will avail you much in life.