GreenPan Healthy Ceramic Nonstick Skillets, Set of 3
Eco-friendly nonstick for health-conscious cooks.
The original makers of ceramic nonstick, GreenPan has partnered with Sur La Table to create a line of exceptional nonstick cookware packed with cook-friendly details and designed for everyday use. GreenPan Healthy Ceramic Nonstick cookware features a dishwasher-safe coating that’s completely free of toxic chemicals or persistent pollutants and is precisely engineered to deliver impeccable results.
- Thermolon Marathon ceramic coating is safe and non-toxic. It’s completely free of PFOA and persistent pollutants as well as lead and cadmium, and will not blister or peel, even when heated up to 600°F
- The most advanced ceramic nonstick on the market, Thermolon Marathon pairs durability, stain and scratch resistance with the ultimate in nonstick performance
- Unlike traditional nonstick, GreenPan’s ceramic nonstick coating is dishwasher safe
- Optimized for efficient cooking, with an extra-thick forged base for rapid, even heat distribution and slimmer sides for decreased weight and maneuverability
- Brushed stainless steel handles are riveted for extra strength and are designed for maximum comfort and control while cooking
- Constructed from upcycled stainless steel and aluminum
- Available in multiple colors
- Manufacturer: GreenPan for Sur La Table
- Material: Aluminum, stainless steel, ceramic nonstick
- Dimensions and Weight:
- 1 lb., 2 oz.; 8" x 15" x 1.5"
- 1 lb., 13 oz.; 10" x 18" x 1.5"
- 2 lb., 5 oz.; 12" x 20" x 2"
- Warranty: Lifetime warranty on pan. 2-year warranty on Thermolon nonstick
- Made in China exclusively for Sur La Table
Care & Usage Show
- Dishwasher safe
- Oven safe to 600°F. Broiler safe. Not for use with metal utensils
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- 8" skillet
- 10" skillet
- 12" skillet
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Questions & Answers
The Pot Materials that Work With Induction
Magnetic materials that work well with induction cooktops are cast iron, steel, and magnetic stainless steel (the stainless steel must contain some iron). Ceramic-clad and enameled pots and pans, like Le Creuset cookware, work with induction stovetops because hidden within the ceramic layer is an iron pan, which is magnetic.
The Pot Materials that Don't Work With Induction
Aluminum, glass, and copper pans don’t work with induction stoves, unless they are made with a layer of a magnetic material on the bottom.
How to Tell If Your Pots Will Work with Induction!
If you aren’t sure if your pans are magnetic or not, or what material your pans are made of, here’s an easy trick: Grab a magnet from your fridge and hold that magnet near the bottom surface of the pan. If you let go of the magnet and it sticks to the base of the pan, the pot is magnetic, and therefore will work with an induction stovetop.