|Item display length||16 inches|
|Item display width||10 inches|
|Number of Pieces||1|
|Sport||Camping & Hiking|
|Included Components||Cast Iron Skillet 10"|
|Manufacturer||The Coleman Company, Inc.|
|Item model number||2000012242|
|Product Dimensions||38.1 x 3.81 x 26.67 cm; 544.31 Grams|
Coleman 2000012242 Cast Iron Skillet Black 10-Inch
- 10-in.-diameter cooking surface
- Durable cast iron construction
- Non-stick coating
- Molded handle
- Molded pour spouts for easy draining
- Use at home or camping
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Grill up burgers, steaks and chicken on your next outdoor adventure with a Coleman Cast Iron Skillet. You'll have plenty of room to cook on the easy-to-clean, non-stick, 10-in,-diameter cooking surface. Raised ribs ensure an even temperature throughout, and the pour spouts makes for easy draining when you're done. A hole in the molded handle makes storing at home or at the campsite simple.
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The skillet itself is quite big enough with the 10 inch diameter. The depth is about 2-3 inches which gives the pan a nice amount of space to work with most foods to cook with. Being iron, the skillet is heavy but very sturdy. The handle is short but not enough to be detrimental to handling on the stove. Plus, it has a lip on the opposite side to carry/move with two hands.
The skillet heats up FAST and does a great job cooking. I warmed some meatballs and they turned a nice brown with not much burning. I strongly suggest researching how to maintain a skillet as it is not your normal pan. Cooking spray, olive oil, or vegetable oil is what should be used for cooking and maintenance. For a great source about maintaining this or any other skillet see the following link: http://www.wikihow.com/Clean-a-Cast-Iron-Skillet
Overall, if you're reading this and looking at skillets this one is a great price and does the job well. I've been happy with it and once you learn how to maintain/season the skillet, you won't be sorry.
One other note is that the dual pour spouts are nice.