|Special Features||Gas Stovetop Compatible, Electric Stovetop Compatible|
|Mounting Hardware||8” & 10” frypans|
|Number Of Items||1|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Department||Kitchen and Dining|
|Item model number||CC002481-001|
|Package dimensions||45.72 x 27.94 x 9.65 cm; 1.27 Kilograms|
GreenPan Rio Healthy Ceramic Nonstick, Frying Pan Set, 8" and 10", Turquoise
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- GreenPan's Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating is free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium, so it will never release toxic fumes, even if it's accidentally overheated
- Tough, diamond-reinforced nonstick coating is incredibly durable
- Heavy-gauge construction provides excellent heat conduction
- Oven safe up to 350°F
- Dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.Bakelite handle stays cool and allows total control with a relaxed, comfortable grip.Easy to clean exterior.Safe for all stovetops except induction
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Add a touch of color to your kitchen with the vibrant style of the GreenPan Rio collection. This versatile frypan set is designed to make your meals better. How? This pair features our Thermolon healthy ceramic nonstick coating—an easy release and wipe clean coating that’s free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, and cadmium for worry-free cooking. Unlike many other nonstick coatings, it will never release toxic fumes, even if it’s overheated. This durable coating is reinforced with diamonds to provide peak nonstick performance longer. The set’s heavy-duty construction gives you even heat distribution while the stay-cool Bakelite handles give you a comfortable grip and total control. Dishwasher safe. Oven safe to 350°F. Limited lifetime warranty.
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I was so tired of trying new pans, only to have to get rid of them because they warped, or were not as non-stick as they promised, or the coating on the pan started to deteriorate, or you had to "Season" the pan, which never lasts. I like using non-stick pans because I do a lot of cooking. I cook for the VFW, the Moose Lodge, and for disabled Veterans that are in need of some help. I was out shopping one day and found the 7" pan on sale, I bought it as an egg pan and put it in my cabinet, three months later when my last pan warped I took it out and used it. I was impressed and after using it for about a month, decided to search for other pans of the same brand, make and model and found these ones. I bought them and I have never been more satisfied. So much so that I send a set of them to my mother on mother's day, and she now thanks me all the time for them.
Here is what I like about them. First, to say that they are non-stick is truly an accurate description, I make gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches with three types of cheese and the cheese does not stick, I cook eggs with less than half a teaspoon of butter, and if you like you can cook them without butter, and yes you can use a spatula and the eggs do not stick. Cleanup is even after cooking bacon where the bitts and bobs stick to the bottom of the pan is as simple as running water in the pan and they slide out. Plus the outside of the pan is coated with something that grease does not stick to very well. Every pan I have had gets a black crust on the bottom because I flip things without a spatula and a bit of grease always runs down the outside of the pan and gets baked on, but with this pan, an easy, and I do mean easy wipe with a scrub pad and it's gone. The pan has a 2mm diffuser at the bottom build into the pan and it makes it durable, strong and warp proof.
The one and only problem with the pan. When I first started to use the pan there was a chemical smell that come off the pan or the handle, I think it was the handle. I might have had the flame up to high and it heated the silicone rubber or whatever the handle is made of to a higher temp and the smell was not pleasant. I now keep the pan slightly off center of the burner so that the handle is further away from the flame and I do not have that problem anymore. This may be due to my new stove, I hate it as the flames are an inch further away from the bottom of my pans and I have to use higher heat to even boil water. So, I don't think it is the pans fault, but my stoves fault.