|Assembled Diameter||20 centimetres|
|Item model number||TJ8128|
|Product Dimensions||39.88 x 20.32 x 4.5 cm; 640 Grams|
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Carote 8 Inch Nonstick Skillet Frying Pan Egg Skillet Omelet Pan, Nonstick Cookware Granite Coating from Switzerland,Black
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|Item diameter||8 Inches|
|Colour||Granistone With Wood Effect Handle|
|Item dimensions LxWxH||39.9 x 20.3 x 4.5 centimetres|
About this item
- Eco-friendly Granite Coating – Granistone nonstick material from Switzerland,PFOA FREE
- Non-stick & Easy to Clean – The cookware body is made of Die cast, which is more durable and sturdy.Super easy to cleanup.
- Wood Effect Handle – The Bakelite handle are comfortable to grip and stay cool while cooking.
- Suitable for All Stove – Including induction,heat evenly and quickly.Oven safe to 350°F.
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﹡﹡﹡﹡About Carote Brand﹡﹡﹡﹡
The original and highest nonstick performance from Swiss brand ILAG, which is one of the most famous healthy coating brand in the world,
Carote cookware deserved this exclusive cooperation with ILAG, to satisfy the customer needs at the top level.
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The non-stick is pretty impressive, but I've been using it only for a month or so. If it fails or degrades quickly I'll be back to report it.
Now 5 months in and we still like this pan very much. It's retained it's non-stick properties very well and I can tell you between me, my wife and my 2 young adult children, it sees regular action. Even caught my daughter flipping her food with a metal spatula - argh.
I never put it in the dishwasher, though if I remember correctly it's supposed to be dishwasher safe. Anyways, nothing sticks to it so hand washing is a breeze. Even the oil and grease kinda slide right off.
After 5 intensive months of use, I'm perfectly happy with this skillet. BTW, 12 inches is big, but not too big - the extra space compared to my previous skillet is appreciated.
Edit after 8 months: Who goes back and edits their frying pan review twice? I do. Actually, I've never had a non-stick frying pan last very long and I thought it would be interesting to see if this one is the holy grail of non-stick frying pans. So after 8 months, the non-stick is not as effective as new. For example, eggs need a little lubrication if you don't want them to stick at all. Still, as far as "non-stickiness" goes, it's much better then my stainless set and the fact that it's a quality heavy gauge pan, it's still everyone's goto pan. Also, the non-stick surface still looks good: It isn't visibly decaying like I've seen on other non-stick pans.
Do follow the instructions for first-time use however in order to increase the non-stick properties: after washing, coat the pan in oil with a paper towel and put it on the element on medium for 3 mins.
Other attributes: super light-weight and a breeze to clean. Never use on high heat, as is the case with most non-stick pans (I suspect that most people on here complaining about the quality of these pans damaged them with high heat).
But it's the worst pan I've had for induction. It takes a while to warm up, then holds the heat, and reacts very slowly to the cooker's heat switch. Fried food doesn't exactly stick to it but there is always burnt on food residue after frying.