Calphalon Classic Stainless Steel Cookware, Nonstick Fry Pan, 2-piece

December 31, 2017 - Comment

Impact-bonded aluminum bases provide fast, even heating. Safe for the stove, oven, broiler, and dishwasher. Long, ergonomic handles provide a secure grip even with full, heavy pans, stay cool even when pan is hot, and are double-riveted by hand. Flat, wide bottom, sloping sides, and durable nonstick frying pan finish heats evenly, makes flipping easy

Impact-bonded aluminum bases provide fast, even heating. Safe for the stove, oven, broiler, and dishwasher. Long, ergonomic handles provide a secure grip even with full, heavy pans, stay cool even when pan is hot, and are double-riveted by hand. Flat, wide bottom, sloping sides, and durable nonstick frying pan finish heats evenly, makes flipping easy and releases food cleanly, making it perfect for eggs, omelettes and other delicate foods. Protected by Calphalon’s full 10-year warranty.

Product Features

  • Includes 8-in. and 10-in. stainless steel fry pans with nonstick interiors
  • Impact-bonded aluminum bases provide fast, even heating. Safe for the stove, oven, broiler, and dishwasher.
  • Long, ergonomic handles provide a secure grip even with full, heavy stainless steel fry pans, stay cool even when pan is hot, and are double-riveted by hand.
  • Flat, wide bottom and sloping sides , and durable nonstick finish heats evenly, makes flipping easy and releases food cleanly, making it perfect for eggs, omelettes and other delicate foods.
  • Protected by Calphalon’s full 10-year warranty.

Comments

Kathy E. says:

I’m extremely disappointed in this Calphalon pan

Pheedback says:

Defective rivets This is a great stockpot but the rivets are defective and will corroded. We have already returned this product directly to Calphalon but the replacement was no better. The rivets chemically react with the food and corrode very quicky. Calphalon gave us some form letter type explaination that the rivets are stainless steel but I don’t believe it. This item was manufactured in China. We’ve tried distilled water and regular tap water and the result is the same. We don’t cook highly acidic…

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