|Special Features||All Cookware, Electric Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible, Skillets, Saucepans, Pre-Seasoned|
|Package dimensions||38.35 x 35.56 x 4.57 cm; 2.99 Kilograms|
ZhenSanHuan Chinese traditional, hand hammered iron woks, stir fry pans, no coating, induction suitable，Flat Bottom (32CM Iron Handle with Help)
- Our woks and pans were chosen and filmed by A Bite of China. It helps us getting more attention but also more and more low-quality counterfeits flooding the market.
- Every wok has been through 12 processes, 36,000 times of hand-hammering. You can see all the hammer prints but hardly feel them. The hammered surface absorb less oil than ordinary woks.
- It is nonstick because iron is reactive and will form a protective layer of iron oxide during use. It's color will change during use when forming the protection layer until it becomes black.
- It is an iron wok that can be passed on for generations. It has nothing but iron.
- It has been seasoned and you only need to wash it when you receive it. Iron gets rusted in water, so please dry it after use. Wipe a layer of oil over the cooking surface if you do not want to use it for a while.
Have a question?
Find answers in product info, Q&As, reviews
Your question might be answered by sellers, manufacturers or customers who bought this product.
Please make sure that you've entered a valid question. You can edit your question or post anyway.
Please enter a question.
Chinese Old Forging technique, 12 processes, 36000 times of hand hammering
ZhenSanHuan owns the patent of ZhangQiu iron wok, hand-hammered with Chinese traditional cold working technique. This technique was used to make weapons in ancient history.
In December of 2018, our wok was filmed by A Bite of China, a famous documentary of Chinese cuisine.
In Jan of 2020, we were chosen as the designated kitchenware supplier of China pavilon at Expo 2020 Dubai UAF.
WangLiFang, Filmed by A Bite of China
Hand Hammering for 36,000 times
Artisans, Persistance, Inheritance
|Weight||32CM: 4.4Lb||32CM: 3.7Lb||24CM: 3.5Lb||5Lb||28CM: 4.6Lb|
|Handle||Iron Handle||Wood Handle||Wood Handle||Iron/Wood Handle||Iron Handle|
|Bottom||Round Bottom||Round Bottom||Flat Bottom||Flat Bottom||Flat Bottom|
Low-quality Counterfeits Flooded
Recently too many people have been following the wild ride of the ZhangQiu Iron Wok - hand-hammered wok ever since A Bite of China filmed our products. But low-quality counterfeits have been flooding the market and caused a bad reputation of ZhangQiu Iron Wok.
If you don't know how to tell whether it is fake, just think one experienced artisan can only hammer 1 wok a day (12 processes, 36,000 times of hammering) + shipping fee + business operation fee + package cost + platform commission fee…... how much should a wok cost? There is no free lunch in the world, and a little money couldn’t buy you a good lunch.
No customer reviews
|5 star (0%)||0%|
|4 star (0%)||0%|
|3 star (0%)||0%|
|2 star (0%)||0%|
|1 star (0%)||0%|
Review this product
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
Would not have purchased if I had known.
Reviewed in the United States on 18 September 2020
Its much heavier
Heats up much slower
Less easier to maintain