Scanpan Pro IQ Nonstick Skillet, 10.25"
- Safe for your family and the environment, the patented ceramic titanium nonstick cooking surface is certified PFOA free, safe to use with metal utensils and will not interact with food
- Guaranteed not to blister, peel or have hot spots
- Thick base provides fast and even heat distribution
- Sloped sides allow easy flipping, turning and stirring
- Ergonomic handle is comfortable, sturdy and stays cool during normal stovetop use; rivet-free design is guaranteed not to loosen
- Compatible with all cooking surfaces, including induction
- Material: Aluminum and nonstick
- Warranty: Lifetime warranty
- Made in Denmark
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- Care: Dishwasher safe
- Use: Oven safe to 500°F
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It's not lightweight, at seven pounds, but is it ever nice! Now, I'm talking about the shape, because you get real advantage out of all those inches. The handle is comfortable, but you aren't going to be doing any flipping with this pan. It's too heavy.
You might grill three sandwiches. You might make three pancakes at a time.
Whatever you do, you're going to like the pan, until you have to lift it. If you have arthritis, you'll groan. I do. I love the pan.
The surface is silky, cleans up nicely, and you can use metal utensils, and, obviously, all those wood ones you got for the teflon pan you just threw out.
Well, I didn't pay a couple of bucks for this pan, and I won't be throwing it out, and the daughter who will inherit it, loves it, too.
It wasn't cheap, nor lightweight. But it's great, and I can flip a pig in it, if I use two hands
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Questions & Answers
In other words, are the 8"", 9"", and 12"" Pro IQ skillets the exact same size as the 8"", 9"", and 12"" Scanpan ""classic"" skillets
Scanpan is also BPA free.
I have two skillets, but am not sure what size they are. I would like to purchase more as gifts, but want to make sure I order the correct size. Do I measure across the bottom silver area, or silver + black area, or across the top
The measurements provided would be across the top of the pan not including the handle length.
Please give weight for both the 10.25 inch and the 12.5 inch pans.
Is there a lid that can fit this skillet?