Swiss Diamond Nonstick Saucepan - 2.2 qt (7")
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- Model #6718c: 2.1 L (2.2 QT) / 18 cm (7")
- Patented nonstick coating reinforced with real diamond crystals (PFOA-free)
- Made in Switzerland; Cast aluminum; Oven-safe up to 500 degrees F
- Stay-cool ergonomic handle provides a safe, comfortable grip
- See-through tempered glass lid with knob that doubles as a steam vent
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|Size||2.2 Quart||2.5-Quart Shallow||3.2-Quart||2 Quart|
|Dimensions||6.3 inches x 16.02 inches x 7.55 inches||3.5 inches x 17.75 inches x 9.5 inches||5.8 inches x 16.7 inches x 8.9 inches||5.8 inches x 16.6 inches x 7.8 inches|
|Item Weight||5 pounds||2.25 pounds||1.5 kilograms||Information not provided|
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The Swiss Diamond cookware is miraculous. It is so non-stick that you can almost get it dry with a shake or two-the water doesn't stay on it! I have probably used the pots and pans in my collection over 500 times, and nothing has taken more than a few swishes with a brush and a finish swipe with a plastic scrubber if I had cooked something on. And the non-stick covers the entire pan inside and out, except for the bottom that contacts the heat source.
One warning, which is made in the instructions: you must be careful to clean the pan thoroughly before using it again. Food left on the pan can cook into a permanent stain. This is true of every non-stick surface I have every used. My pans look like new after most of a year, and it hasn't taken more than a little extra care.
Unless you need to use very high heat, or just have to bang your pans around, I wouldn't buy anything else.
I still like the vented glass lid, which I have kept although I threw the pot in the trash.
After six months it was noticeably less "nonstick" - - needed a little extra work to get it clean.
After a year it was not "nonstick" at all.
After 15 months, it has nasty brown bits of unknown material that are very hard to clean off it. I don't know if it's burned food or some part of the pot itself that is peeling off - - yuck.
Sorry - - too expensive for a pot that only lasts a year. I'm back to my 20-year-old Revereware (but, alas, I see in the reviews that the Revereware brand is now cheesy Asian import junk instead of real quality American product. Sorry, I don't know what to recommend anymore, except maybe trying to find some old Revereware at Goodwill)
Update (2009) - - consider the ScanPan. It's working well for me.
"Swiss Diamond cookware features a revolutionary new non-stick incorporating diamond crystals ... to form a virtually indestructible non-stick cooking surface that will not crack, blister or peel. So durable its metal utensil safe."
After my experience using this pan I take issue with the terms "virtually indestructible" and "metal utensil safe" and feel that I have been deceived.
I've followed Swiss Diamond use and care instructions *to the letter* but not long after I started using the pan the surface became pockmarked. I would submit that the product is certainly neither "virtually indestructible" nor "metal utensil safe."
Interestingly their lifetime warranty does not cover "scratch marks," which is puzzling because they've just claimed it's "virtually indestructible" and "metal utensil safe." How is a "virtually indestructible" and "metal utensil safe" surface going to get scratch marks on it? Maybe they know something we don't?
I now own four (different) Swiss Diamond pots. And even my brutal habits leave them unimpressed. Despite regular disasters, they seem to shrug off what would vanquish a lesser pot. (Admittedly, I do avoid metal spoons and spatulas and clean them with non-abrasive means.) They have excellent non-stick characteristics, superb heat-spreading, and -- love it -- are approved for very hot oven use. Adding up to ESSENTIAL cooking tools!
And when you factor the price of regularly replacing "cheaper" pots, their cost becomes more than bearable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love theses swiss diamond cast aluminum pans . I have been buy them one at a time . This sauce pan is a great size. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Patrice A. Hunt
Love the way these Swiss Diamond cook and slide food out, no muss no fuss. Like magic. This pot is a bit handle heavy. Okay but needs to have attention to tipping.Published 7 months ago by Cherie Z.
I have several Swiss diamond pots . The lid and the knob are not covered by the warranty. And guess what. Read morePublished 9 months ago by AL DJS
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