Duxtop Whole-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless Steel Induction Ready Premium Cookware SaucePan with Cover 6-1/2-Quart
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- 6-1/2-Quart saucepan made of magnetic stainless steel with aluminum core
- suitable for induction
- electirc and halogen stovetops^Whole-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless Steel construction eliminates hot spots and ensures even heating^Classic straight-sided with drip-free pouring design^Stay-cool stainless-steel perfect-grip handle riveted to the pan; Stainless-steel lid with loop handle helps keep in heat and moisture^Dishwasher-safe; oven-safe to 550 degrees F; Freezer-safe for food storage; Lifetime limited warranty
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|Item Dimensions||—||—||8 x 14.5 x 5 in||6 x 7 x 5 in||—||10.5 x 10.6 x 6.6 in|
|Material Type||stainless-steel||18/10 Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Stainless Steel||Steel|
|Size||6.5 Quart||4.2 Qt||3-Quart||3-Qt||2 Quart||4 qt|
|Additional Features||oven safe, dishwasher_safe||oven safe, dishwasher_safe||Dishwasher Safe, Induction Stovetop Compatible||Dishwasher Safe, Electric Stovetop Compatible, Gas Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible||oven safe, dishwasher_safe||oven safe, dishwasher_safe|
Duxtop Whole Clad Tri ply Stainless Steel Premium Cookware features three layer bounded construction, with one layer of thick aluminum core sandwiched between magnetic stainless steel layers. The whole clad structure eliminates hot spots and ensures even heating across the bottoms of pots and pans and all the way up the sides. The exclusive Whole Clad bonding technology extend cookware lifetime dramatically comparing to encapsulated base construction. This professional cookware is suitable for induction, gas, electric, and halogen cooktops. Other standard features that you can find in this Duxtop premium cookware: drip-free pouring rims; Stay-cool stainless-steel perfect-grip handle riveted to the pan; Stainless-steel lid with loop handle helps keep in heat and moisture. The stainless steel cookware is oven-safe to 550 degrees F; Freezer-safe for food storage; Dishwasher safe although hand washing is suggested. Lifetime limited warranty against manufacture defects.
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The handles stayed pretty cool and I did not need to use pot holders. This is a fairly heavy pan for the money - about $27 as an Amazon Warehouse Deal and not sure I'd pay more than that considering the lid. The lid is VERY thin and does not sit exactly flush across the top of the pot; a little bend to it so it allows some steam to escape. Not a deal breaker for me. Attractive shiny finish is a plus - looks great on the stove. Deglazed and cleaned up with very little effort.
Will update with induction cooking results.
Overall, so far, pleased with this purchase.
01/29/21 UPDATE: I have used this pan on the Duxtop Induction Cooktop to create an Asian stir fry with noodles. The pan heated quickly at the default setting which is 5; I raised the heat in increments to 10 and used peanut oil to help avoid smoking. It seared the chicken very quickly with barely any sticking. Some bits did begin to brown and coat the bottom of the pan. As I added four tablespoons of Thai fish sauce the brown bits quickly released and the pan deglazed very easily. The rice noodles did not stick until the very end when I allowed them to sit just a little too long while getting plates. Once the pan was empty I added a cup of water to it while it was still warm and the remaining noodles came loose easily. Cleanup was quick and only required a scrubbie sponge.
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Duxtop Whole-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless Steel 3-Quart Saucepan and 10-Inch Fry Pan
All these pans are made from 3-layer sandwiches of magnetic stainless steel on the outside to absorb heat from any stove, including induction, an aluminum layer to distribute the heat over the bottom since stainless steel is a poor heat conductor, and another layer of stainless steel on the inside. All have riveted handles, which is probably inevitable with pots made from a tri-layer sandwich. All have a lifetime warantee. The nonstick pans have an additional layer to prevent sticking. I made a very rough estimate of the thickness of the aluminum layer, which is critical for heat distribution. Judging by how the edges are polished by the manufacturer, the three layers can, in places, be discerned and their thicknesses estimated. Here are my estimates:
Duxtop: Total thickness: 2.7 mm (total thickness is the most accurate of the estimates). Outside SS: 0.7 mm, inside SS 0.3 mm, therefore the aluminum layer is about 1.7 mm.
Zwilling-Henckels: Total thickness: 3.6 mm); Outside SS: 0.5 mm, inside SS 0.5 mm, therefore the aluminum layer is about 2.6 mm.
Cuisinart: Total thickness: 2.7 mm; Outside SS: 0.8 mm; inside SS 0.6 mm, therefore the aluminum layer is about 1.3 mm.
The Duxtop pans are by far the most beautiful, with a high polish to the stainless steel inside and out. The handles are heavy cast alloy, also highly polished, and the most comfortable handles in this group. The Duxtop, unlike the Cuisinart and Zwilling pans, do not have nonstick coating. They are ideal for cooking or heating soups and other liquids, and they do a fine job on eggs as long as there is sufficient butter in the pan. However, when it comes to foods that tend to stick, like oatmeal, the nonstick surfaces win out. Also on the negative side, the bottom of the 10-inch frying pan is sufficiently thin that on an induction heater that is only 4.5-inches in diameter, as many are, the edges of the pan are sufficiently cooler than the center that omelets are best done on gas. The highly polished interior does discolor when cooking some foods; however a light application of Bar Keepers Friend brings back the original luster. Not available with nonstick surface, and single piece selection is limited. An 8-piece set is quite reasonable priced.
The Zwilling J.A. Henckels pans are somewhat more expensive than the other two and seem of the highest quality. The nonstick is free of both PTFE and PFOA, for those concerned with such things. The claim is that this coating is stable up to 850 F. The handles are perhaps the least comfortable of the three, but OK and not unattractive. The outside finish, while not having the high polish of the Duxtop, is businesslike. In general use, these also seem to spread the heat better than either Duxtop or Cuisinart, which is not surprising given their noticeably thicker aluminum layer. The see-through lids, which neither Duxtop nor Cuisinart have, are nice, though like the others the lid handles do get warm enough eventually that a pot-holder is advised. Of the three brands, this is my favorite.
The Cuisinart pans have an outside polish similar to the Zwilling-Henckels with more-comfortable handles, but for their lower price they have thinner tri-ply and solid lids. The nonstick surface is claimed to be PTFE and PFOA free and good to 550 F in the oven. As I only have the 2-qt. pan, there's not much to say, but nothing to complain about. It has been fully nonstick for me, even for challenges like oatmeal, though some others with frying pans have complained about sticking. The bottom seems to spread the heat of a 4.5-inch induction heater better than the Duxtop does, in spite of the thinner estimated aluminum layer. That could be because the lower conductivity of the nonstick allows the aluminum to do its job before the heat makes it through the nonstick. There are reasonably priced sets available that should fill most kitchen needs, and several single pieces are available.
Initially I just wanted a new lid, one solid piece without the glass, because eventually stains, residue and bacteria can accumulate inbetween the glass and metal which you can't fully clean with handwashing.
Well, the lids are $15-20 anyway, so I thought for that price I might as well get a whole new pan with lid.
I got the 3qt saute pan for $39.99, and to me it's the perfect size and weight. For one or two people, this is ideal. It fits on the burner just right, doesn't take up more than one whole space, and it's not too big for the sink.
It came wrapped entirely in tight, clear plastic wrap with some padding between the lid and pan, so I appreciate that. No scratches or anything, beautiful sheen on the pan and lid. Washed up nicely, and the metal is very smooth, machined very well, no sharp edges or burrs.
Some have complained about the lid, well I wouldn't say it's cheap, especially for the price. It does have some weight to it, it's not a throw-away. I don't know what people expect, and why would you want a lid that's extremely thick and heavy. Fits just fine and the quality for the price is right.
I sauteed some sausage and then did a rice mix in it. I really like the tri-ply construction of this, so it heats evenly all the way up the sides, this is important so you don't get hot spots and it won't scorch on the sides.
For the money this is as good as it gets for tri-ply stainless steel, I haven't seen a better product anywhere.
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