All-Clad Stainless 10-Inch Nonstick Fry Pan

 
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Product Description

Frying, browning, sauteing? If you tend to use your fry pan a lot, as most people do, doesn't it make sense to purchase one that will give you years of excellent service? All-Clad's three-ply stainless steel construction with a non-stick interior will allow you to cook with minimal fat and even heat distribution.

The bestseller among All-Clad's renowned cookware collections, the Stainless line provides serious and professional cooks all the virtues that make All-Clad's worldwide reputation unsurpassed. Key to its high performance is a three-ply, bonded construction. Sandwiched between layers of stainless steel is a thick core of pure aluminum that spreads heat evenly across the bottoms of pots and pans and all the way up the sides. The exterior is gleaming, magnetic stainless steel that works on induction as well as conventional stovetops, and, with care, remains beautiful during this cookware's lifetime warranty against defects--and beyond. Certain pieces, like this one, have two interior layers, one of 18/10 stainless steel and the other of scratch-resistant, professional-grade nonstick coating bonded to the steel.

This classic, slope-sided fry pan makes clear why All-Clad's Stainless nonstick line is so popular. It's 10 inches in diameter, perfect for cooking tuna or tofu, and the nonstick coating allows you to cook with little or no fat for a healthful meal. Its polished 18/10 stainless-steel handle is riveted to the pan for strength, grooved on the top and rounded on the bottom for comfort, and holed in the end for hanging on a hook or peg. The long handle stays cool on the stovetop but won't be harmed by an oven's heat. Although Stainless cookware is dishwasher-safe, nonstick pieces should be hand washed. --Fred Brack

From the Manufacturer
All-Clad Stainless Construction
Each piece of All-Clad cookware features a unique metal bonding construction. All-Clad Stainless cookware sandwiches a thick core of three separate layers of aluminum between an easy-to-clean, highly polished 18/10 stainless-steel cooking surface and a magnetic stainless-steel exterior. The aluminum core retains heat and evenly distributes it along the bottom and up the sidewalls of the cookware. The stainless interior is stick-resistant and cleans easily. The magnetic stainless-steel exterior gives the cookware a gleaming finish. All-Clad Stainless also features the company¡¯s signature "stay-cool" long handles, lids fashioned from gleaming 18/10 stainless steel, and highly durable stainless-steel rivets. All-Clad Stainless cookware is one of five collections from All-Clad Metalcrafters. Designed to work on conventional gas and electric ranges, as well as induction cooktops, All-Clad Stainless cookware is the best-selling collection in a full line that includes All-Clad LTD, Cop-R-Chef, Master Chef 2, and Copper Core.

Features and Benefits
All-Clad pans with a stainless interior cooking surface are oven-safe up to 500 degrees. All-Clad pans with a non-stick cooking surface are oven-safe up to 400 degrees, but should not be used under the broiler. We recommend using a low to medium temperature when cooking with All-Clad. Higher heats are not necessary and may cause discoloration (see cleaning instructions below). Other features include:

  • Beautifully polished, magnetic stainless exterior layer.
  • Pure aluminum core that not only covers the bottom of the pan but also extends up the sides. This allows for great heat conductivity as well as an even heat distribution so you won¡¯t have "hot spots" when cooking.
  • Stainless-steel interior layer/cooking surface.
  • Long, polished stainless, stay-cool handles.
  • Sturdy, non-corrosive stainless-steel rivets won't react with foods.
  • Polished stainless-steel lids fit evenly with the pan¡¯s edges to seal in flavor of your foods.
  • The All-Clad Stainless collection is compatible with an induction stovetop (with the exception of a few pieces) in addition to gas and electric stovetops.
  • The Stainless collection is dishwasher-safe, excluding pieces with a nonstick cooking surface.

Warranty
From date of purchase, All-Clad guarantees to repair or replace any item found defective in material, construction or workmanship under normal use and following care instructions. This excludes damage from misuse or abuse. Minor imperfections and slight color variations are normal.

Cleaning Instructions
For daily cleaning, warm soapy water is sufficient. Clean your All-Clad thoroughly after each use. Food films left of the pan may cause discoloration and sticking. To get rid of stuck-on food or discoloration and stains from using too high of a heat, we recommend cleaning your All-Clad with a product called Bar Keeper¡¯s Friend. To use the Bar Keeper¡¯s Friend, simply use a soft cloth or sponge and water and make into a soupy paste. This can be used on the interior, as well as the exterior of your All-Clad (excluding the Cop-R-Chef). The Bar Keeper¡¯s Friend can also be used on the exterior of the All-Clad Stainless collection, LTD collection, and MC2 collection. For cleaning of the Cop-R-Chef exterior, simply use a brass/copper cleaner. If your water has a high iron content, you may notice a rusty discoloration. Use Bar Keeper¡¯s Friend to remove it.

All-Clad Stainless Selection
In recent years, a professional-size 14-inch fry pan was added to the Stainless fry pan assortment, as well as several popular specialty pans, including: the small-size petite brasier with a dome-shaped lid; petite roti roasting pan; and the beautiful, large-capacity Dutch oven and French oven oval roasting pan with roasting rack. Both of these one-pot comfort food specialty pans comes with All-Clad¡¯s popular high dome-shaped lid. Other specialty pans include a larger brasier pan with domed-shape lid; a complete family of round-shaped saucier saucepans for versatile stove-top cooking; a flare-sided Windsor pan in two sizes, designed for reduction and the creation of rich sauces; and a contemporary "Soup for Two" 3-1/2-quart soup pot; casseroles; an open stir fry; a versatile wok-style chef¡¯s pan; and a "Pasta Pentola" 7-quart stockpot with colander insert and lid. All saucepans, casseroles, saut¨¦ pans, stock pots, and specialty items come with lids. Double boiler and steamer inserts, including the large steamer insert for 6-quart, 8-quart and 12-quart stockpots, are available as well. Stainless cookware sets are available in various sizes, from a starter 5-piece to a complete 10-piece set.

About All-Clad Metalcrafters
Based in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, All-Clad Metalcrafters markets premium quality cookware to department and specialty stores in the United States, along with premium All-Clad bonded bakeware, All-Clad All-Professional kitchen tools, and a growing assortment of kitchen accessories, including All-Clad¡¯s upscale tea kettle, measuring scoop set, stainless-steel mixing bowls, kitchen colanders, and 1-cup measuring cup. Featuring a unique metal bonding process, All-Clad cookware is used in many of the finest restaurants in America, and is sought by serious home cooks seeking all-professional cookware to enhance their cooking experience.

Features:
  • Classic slope-sided, 10-inch frying pan
  • Two stainless-steel layers sandwich pure aluminum core for even heating
  • Layer of scratch-resistant, professional-grade nonstick bonded to interior
  • Long, comfortable, stay-cool handle riveted for strength
  • Lifetime warranty against defects

Customer Reviews:

  • A Total Piece of CRAP
    Given as a gift - same story: The fact that I primarily used high heat, it didn't last past 6 months. All-Clad said too bad after I emailed them, and called them several times leaving messages - took them 3 months to get back to me, and then that was it. I WILL NEVER BUY ALL-CLAD EVER AGAIN!!!...more info
  • 10 inch nonstick fry pan-All-Clad Stainless
    I have been searching for this type of fry pan for years. I have many non-stick but this has been the best. Easy clean up and it doesn't stick. I have an electric stove and often have trouble with heat distribution, but not with the All-Clad....more info
  • All-Clad non-stick is as good as it gets!!
    I highly DISAGREE with the other reviews of All-Clad's non-stick coating. I have owned my All-Clad set for 6 years and the non-stick coating is still as good as new! You do have to take care of good pots and pans no matter what, so if you are expecting these pots and pans to be easier than "grocery store" pans... then save the money because there's no doubt you would ruin them.

    As far as the quality of the non-stick coating, I have found it much more durable than any other brand I have used including Calphalon.

    You CANNOT use forks, knives, steel wool, or stainless steel utensils in non-stick pans- no matter what brand... you MUST use non-stick friendly utensils (i.e. wood or plastic)- and I guarantee that the negative reviewers were not careful with their pans.

    All-Clad has a lifetime guarantee that they truly do stand behind. I had a random rivet problem with one pot and they replaced it without question. If you were careful with your pan and it scratched with appropriate care then All-Clad will replace it. I feel this makes the All-Clad decision a no-brainer and risk free including the non-stick pans....more info

  • You won't get it.
    I waited from April to July and they couldn't get it in stock....more info
  • long lasting with certain care
    Ive had a nonstick 8" pan for about 22 years it still works great way longer than anything I've bought before or after.
    2 secrets you should know, don't use excessive heat, and dont wash in the dish washer.
    And of course one you know already no metal utensils.

    Was this review helpful to you? yes no...more info

  • not non stick anymore!
    we purchased this pan less than a year ago and it has now totally lost its nonstick ability. I spoke to a rep at a kitchen supply store and basically I was told that to keep the non stick going for a long time (usually max of about 10 years), you need to basically cook only omelets. It can't be used for other things at really high heat. I never heard of this before so now my pan is the same as a regular all clad and the non stick does not work. very disappointing....more info
  • All-Clad is the BEST!
    People! If you're going to buy expensive non-stick pans learn the basics on how to maintain them! Read the user directions!! You should not use high heat on ANY non-stick! Using high heat voids the All-Clad warranty! High heat also eventually compromises non-stick surfaces. You should not use aerosol spray oils in non-stick as it ruins the non-stick coating. Use only utensils made to use with non-stick pots and pans. Never put very cold food in a hot pot or pan. You should not clean non-stick in dishwashers - hand wash with Bon Ami and a plastic mesh scrubber. Bon Ami (or similar) also works best on All-Clad stainless. Hard-anodized pots and pans are not dishwasher safe, no matter what the brand. I can boil water in my All-Clad pots on Medium! It IS possible to brown foods in non-stick pans. I have an All-Clad non-stick grill pan (has ridges in the bottom) and I can brown sliced potatoes in it AND bacon doesn't curl when fried in it! If you want to cook as you want and abuse the pans, buy the cheap stuff and quit complaining!! I work for one of the three major top brands (not All-Clad!), so you can take all this info for what you think it's worth. All-Clad, Anolon and Calphalon cookware are investment-type purchases. Treat them as such!...more info
  • solid smaller pan
    First of all, this is all-clad, so it is built like a bank vault. The construction and fit-and-finish is what you would expect from these cookware nuts, and what would you expect for the price? Worth discussing is the quality of the non-stick finish and the usefulness of this particular size. I have been using this pan for about 2 years now. The non-stick is still like new, though you must remember to always use wooden or plastic and also use a softer scrubber designed specifically for cleaning teflon. The size of the pan is probably best for sauteeing small items to put into a larger dish, however it is also large enough to scramble 4-5 eggs or even make medium sized pancakes. As a bachelor in every sense of the word (except that I'm a bachelor that is into frou-frou stuff like cookware), it was the pan I used most. However you aren't going to be able to fit, say, a large fish filet in here, or even two pieces of bread at once (to make gourmet grilled-cheese sandwiches, duh).

    Still, not for the budget-conscious. Is it worth it? If you are a starving chef check out the Cuisinart Everyday Stainless line and hope it's on sale....more info

  • It seemed like a good pan.
    I have owned this pan for a few years and it has gradually lost its non-stick coating. It is now totally useless and I am off to replace it with the Cuisinart pan that America's Test Kitchen preferred over the other non-sticks out there. I love all of my other All Clad products, but from now on I am not spending more than $50 on a non-stick pan....more info
  • Not as long lasting as I would have hoped
    We received this pan as a wedding gift 18-months ago. Athough it was great initially, it started to lose it's non-stick abilities about 6 months ago, and now is completely useless. I would have expected to get more than 18 months of service out of such an expensive piece of cookware....more info
  • to be a fry pan in our house is a true test of any cookware.
    that said, the All-Clad Stainless 14-Inch Nonstick Fry Pan has clearly failed. the non-stick surface began to deteriorate long before any other non-stick pan we've owned has in the past.

    we received this pan as part of 10-peice set, and really, it's the only complaint we have about the set in general. the rest of the All-Clad pieces have performed beautifully and withstood all of the rigors of being cookware in a house with two accomplished and passionate chefs.

    about a year ago we gave up on this pan and purchased the 'Restaurant Fry Pan Set' from Nordic Ware (8" and 10") and they have performed much better than the All-Clad version of the same and held there non-stick surface now four times as long -- at a fraction of the cost! unfortunately this set is not currently available on amazon.

    Note: I should point out, in response to the "weekend" chef who gave this pan five stars, that both my wife and I are well versed in the care of non-stick pans (plastic and wooden utensils only, let them cool before you wash them, etc.) and the surface still deteriorated. I'm sticking to my guns, (no pun intended) these two other non-stick fry pans have now lasted over four years without a hitch. the All-Clad lasted only six-months with the same love and care....more info
  • Great All-Around Frying Pan
    After it's first month of use, this frying pan is still looking and working beautifully. It's been hand washed after each use, and only non-metallic cookware has been used with it, so hopefully it will continue to hold up. The size and weight of this pan are perfect, and the only thing that could use improvement might be the handle. Due to the heft of this pan, such a narrow handle isn't completely comfortable when flipping omelettes... but it's still the classic All Clad handle, so it looks fabulous hanging from a rack and is easy to grab even across the largest stove top. Of all the nonstick pans I've owned over the years, this All Clad pan is my favorite nonstick pan ever! ...more info
  • Not even this nonstick lasts forever
    I have just about avery All-Clad pot or pan. The non sticks are no worse than others out there but, they do eventually flake off their nonstick surface. I did return mine for a full refund after 3 years of use which was nice. However, when it comes to nonstick, that is one time when I would opt for a cheaper version that I won't feel bad throwing away....more info
  • I don't understand this product
    You have the bottom of the pan clad in stainless steel...the advantage of that? You can dishwasher stainless. But you can't dishwasher nonstick! You just have the disadvantage of slower heating than you would with straight aluminum underneath.

    And then you put teflon on something that costs over $100...the pan will last 50 or more years, the nonstick about five if you use it lightly and don't let some idiot put metal on it ever.

    There's no indication that they will resurface your pan either...the warranty just covers defects, not use.

    I think this is very wasteful economically, if not environmentally (because it is a massive yet not durable product, even if you recycle it). You can get a cheaper nonstick that will serve you for the five years just fine (e.g. Calphalon commercial), and better you can get this pan without the teflon and learn how to season your own cookware and make it even more nonstick than this can ever be and yet utterly indestructible, even with metal utensils.

    People will only buy this for the looks. After all, they don't know how to cook anyway....more info
  • Could Be Better
    I received my All-Clad set when I got married in 2001. In general I have been very happy with this pan. It cooks great and has been through a lot of use over the past six years.

    On the down side the pan is a bit heavy and the handle can get hot toward the base. As a result whenever I am cooking a 1.5lb of ground beef I need to use a pot holder to grab near the bottom of the handle so I can drain it.

    The other draw back that I have recently noticed is the non-stick seal is not what it once was. I am very careful with the cleaning, high-heat, and utensils. However, food has been sticking on the pan for the past year and is getting worse.

    Since All-Clad is all about durability I expect better. ...more info
  • All-Clad couldn't be better
    We are proud owners of multiple All-Clad cookware. We buy All-Clad for the excellent quality and for use with our induction cooktop which requires "magnetic" bottom pans. We have numerous other "quality" cookware but All-Clad beats them all hands down. You can see the difference in heat distribution when cooking, no hot spots, just even cooking. Yes, All-Clad is more expensive, but it's quality made in the US that will last a lifetime and backed up with a lifetime guarantee. It couldn't be better. ...more info
  • Wish I had got it !!
    Ordered a non stick pan two times, and both times I got a stainless steel.
    Would like to give this product a positive review but just ain't possible !!!...more info
  • Nice
    I have it for 6 months now, used it everyday and am very happy with it. Heating is even and no surpirses, clean up is a breeze, cheese, milk, soy source, BBQ sauce, dumpling, nothing sticks. Ringse it under warm water and wipe it clean with a napkin, it's that simple. You will want to get a lid that matches the pan, togher they do magic to frozen fish fillet, steak, noodle, or fry rice. Top line product indeed....more info
  • Cooks like a pro
    I love All-Clad cookware. This pan distributes heat evenly so that everything in the pan cooks at an even rate. The only drawback is that the pan is a bit heavy for people not used to high end cookware....more info
  • Great Release
    This is my official egg pan -- even if I'm only cooking one. The nonstick finish is great. I haven't had any problems with it. I like the fact that I can get the All-Clad even heat technology with a non-stick surface. Because of the non-stick surface, the pan is not dishwasher safe. However, it's so easy to clean that you don't even think about it.

    I use this pan so often that I don't bother to put it away. Its home is on my stove.

    Update 4/8/06: Nonstick requires more care than I'm used to. I admit that I am guilty of letting the pan get too hot while it's empty and I believe I have damaged the nonstick coating. (This can happen with any brand of nonstick pan.) I recently read that to avoid damaging the coating, you should always heat the pan with oil. The oil will smoke before the pan gets too hot to do any damage. I purchased this pan in December of 2004 and it has lasted longer than previous nonstick skillets, but I will have to replace it soon. I am also thinking about getting an 8" nonstick as well because perhaps I'm not doing the larger pan any favors when I fry something in it that doesn't take up that much space, like a single egg.

    UPDATE: 8/26/06
    I did not know that you shouldn't use nonstick spay with nonstick cookware!

    When a plan losses its nonstick properties, All-Clad suggests cleaning with a paste of baking soda and water. If the baking soda doesn't turn brown, switch to Bar Keeper's Friend and water. Always scrub with something made for nonstick cookeware. None of this helped my pan, so I will send it in to All-Clad. ...more info
  • Over priced, under performer!
    I have this pan for about 3 years, finally I'm tossing it into my storage closet and hope to never see it again. I bought this for an everyday cook everything nonstick pan, NOT!!! Nonstick! What nonstick? 3 months after I bought it, I made a mistake by using it for frying some pork chops, and it was never the same again. You cannot use high heat on this pan or grease and residue will stick on it like gum and you can never remove them. All-clad recommend you use some special cleaner to clean this pan, but why would anyone want to spend extra for just one pan? I have another 14" All-clad grill pan which does not have this problem. Ordinary dish detergent will not clean this pan well, after a few month, the teflon in the center is fading and all side around is darkened because of the grease/residue. Seems this pan is only good for just one thing, Omelet? I was wondering why they didn't call this an omelet pan.
    To make a long story short, I just replaced it with a Anolon 10" nonstick pan, it's like night and day, nothing seems to stick to that pan, even water seems to roll off it. And the cleaning, save me a least 3 minutes each time....more info
  • Excellent Nonstick Fry Pan
    Not only is All Clad stainless cookware superb, the nonstick is superb as well! I am not a fan of nonstick in general however I make an exception with fry pans. Eggs and cheese are just so much healthier when they are cooked with less oil. That being said I have the 7, 8 & two of the 10 inch All Clad nonstick fry pans and I couldn't be happier with them. I have 2 of the 10 inch so I can make two 3 egg omelets at the same time. I find the 10 inch is perfect for 3 eggs, my husband and I prefer our omelets loose or slightly runny versus dry and this is a great size for that, it is also great for several scrambled eggs or breakfast sausage. The 8 inch is perfect for a 2 egg omelet or scrambled eggs and the 7 inch is perfect for 1 or 2 eggs or sausage.

    All Clad fry pans (and the entire All Clad cookware collection) are first class, top quality, well made, designed to last and come with a lifetime warranty. Make sure you only use silicone (my choice), nylon or wooden utensils and hand wash only. The hand washing is a breeze since this nonstick collection is made so well... All Clad makes more sense for your wallet and the environment and wouldn't you rather use "cr¨¨me de la cr¨¨me" professional quality cookware than junk? I know I would!...more info

  • All-Clad Stainless 10-Inch Nonstick Fry Pan - Love it!
    Not only is All Clad stainless cookware superb, the nonstick is superb as well! I am not a fan of nonstick in general however I make an exception with fry pans. Eggs and cheese are just so much healthier when they are cooked with less oil. That being said I have the 7, 8 & two of the 10 inch All Clad nonstick fry pans and I couldn't be happier with them. I have 2 of the 10 inch so I can make two 3 egg omelets at the same time. I find the 10 inch is perfect for 3 eggs, my husband and I prefer our omelets loose or slightly runny versus dry and this is a great size for that, it is also great for several scrambled eggs or breakfast sausage. The 8 inch is perfect for a 2 egg omelet or scrambled eggs and the 7 inch is perfect for 1 or 2 eggs or sausage.

    All Clad fry pans (and the entire All Clad cookware collection) are first class, top quality, well made, designed to last and come with a lifetime warranty. Make sure you only use silicone (my choice), nylon or wooden utensils and hand wash only. The hand washing is a breeze since this nonstick collection is made so well... All Clad makes more sense for your wallet and the environment and wouldn't you rather use "cr¨¨me de la cr¨¨me" professional quality cookware than junk? I know I would!

    Highly recommended! A+++!...more info

  • Non stick is sticky
    I am relieved that I'm not the only one, but also really disappointed with All Clad both in terms of the product and the service provided.

    I've had this pan for about 6 months. I used to be a professional cook and I know how to deal with cookware of all kinds, including using the lower heat, right utensils, washing materials, etc. The non stick coating started to come off and I contacted All Clad about getting this returned via their highly advertised 'lifetime warranty' which should be in line with such expensive cookware.

    First of all, getting a response took about 7 days. Secondly, the first response ignored my request. They just told me to clean it better and emphasized the policy that they would not accept all returns if they felt like it was due to my own fault as a user. Thirdly, they wanted me to pay to ship this back to them for the return, which is pretty heavy to ship.

    I then insisted via email and finally on the phone (after holding for 1/2 hour) that they send me the shipping authorization. They did send this to me and I have now shipped it back with a note saying that I am done with the Teflon products and just want a regular frying pan. I still like my other All Clad stuff a lot and would just prefer a regular pan at this point. I hope that they will do this for me. I'll keep my review updated. ...more info
  • Not All Clad quality, poor warranty replacement, peels off
    I've been an owner of All Clad for 15 years. My non-stick fry pan however looses it's teflon coating every 12-24 months along the edges. Probably not good for my health. However, I would simply drop the pan in the mail, send back to All Clad and almost like magic a new pan would be shipped to me within 7 days. Since All Clad was bought in 2004 everything has changed. They give you a hard time about using there famous warranty, and make the process difficult with RMA numbers, having to write something to them and wait to hear from them with a shipping number. It took them 2 weeks just to reply and give me a shipping number. Now they've had my pan for 4+ weeks and they told me it may be another 2 weeks. What's the point of the warranty? I am done with All Clad. Such a bummer. ...more info
  • teflon pan?
    If you go on All-Clad's website, you'll see this pan is not
    made with Teflon. We've used it for two years now. Awesome
    for eggs and the coating which appears to be bonded MUCH better than
    Teflon pans absolutely never flakes off. It actually appears to be
    somehow blended or bonded with the steel itself. Highly recommended,
    though a bit expensive....more info
  • All-Clad Stainless 10-Inch Nonstick Fry Pan - Love it!
    Not only is All Clad stainless cookware superb, the nonstick is superb as well! I am not a fan of nonstick in general however I make an exception with fry pans. Eggs and cheese are just so much healthier when they are cooked with less oil. That being said I have the 7, 8 & two of the 10 inch All Clad nonstick fry pans and I couldn't be happier with them. I have 2 of the 10 inch so I can make two 3 egg omelets at the same time. I find the 10 inch is perfect for 3 eggs, my husband and I prefer our omelets loose or slightly runny versus dry and this is a great size for that, it is also great for several scrambled eggs or breakfast sausage. The 8 inch is perfect for a 2 egg omelet or scrambled eggs and the 7 inch is perfect for 1 or 2 eggs or sausage.

    All Clad fry pans (and the entire All Clad cookware collection) are first class, top quality, well made, designed to last and come with a lifetime warranty...Doesn't it make more sense to buy a top quality pan that has a lifetime warranty and will be replaced by the manufacturer than a cheap pan that will eventually end up in the trash? All Clad makes more sense for your wallet and the environment and wouldn't you rather use "cr¨¨me de la cr¨¨me" professional quality cookware than junk? I know I would!

    Highly recommended! A+++!...more info

  • 14-inch Fry Pan...Disappointing
    I purchased the complete All-Clad set over 5 years ago and the 14-inch fry pan will need to be tossed. The teflon is fraying and coming off at the top of the pan, but not in the center. The smaller saute pan is fine as well as the other pieces, so I'm keeping those. I don't know if it's some sort of defect in the larger fry pan, but I'm disappointed. What would I do differently? Probably buy each All-Clad piece separately and get another larger fry pan from another brand....more info
  • Nice but I wish there were a lid for it
    I love All-clad but I think there should be a lid available for every pan, not just the big ones. ...more info
  • Nice, But Don't Buy It
    All-Clad makes what is in my opinion an over priced fatally flawed product. I've owned several All-Clad pieces, including the 10-Inch Nonstick, and while they were good for awhile, the fry/saute pans all eventually warped. (Doubt me? Google All-Clad Warped.) If you cook over gas, it may or may not matter much, but on a ceramic cook top a warped pan is useless. It will heat unevenly and since it sits at an angle, oil will run to one side. Sure All-Clad, which is by the way no longer an American company, has a lifetime warranty, but I am currently in the fourth month of waiting for them to replace a 10-Inch non-stick which is perpetually "out of stock". So much for the warranty. Do yourself a favor, save $100, and buy a Wearever, and pay $20 for a truly excellent top-rated pan....more info
  • All-Clad Quality
    On Sundays, I cook my lunches and dinners for the entire week. This is my new Sunday fish and seafood pan! Soon, it will become my new breakfast pan when I have to feed the six people staying with me for my family reunion.

    The nonstick finish is great. I haven't had any problems with it. I like the fact that I can get the All-Clad even heat technology with a non-stick surface. Because of the non-stick surface, the pan is not dishwasher safe. However, it's so easy to clean that you don't even think about it.

    Caring for nonstick

    To avoid damaging the coating, you should always heat the pan with oil. The oil will smoke before the pan gets too hot to do any damage. Do not use nonstick spay with nonstick cookware. The droplets are so fine that they can form a brown film on the finish over time.

    When a plan losses its nonstick properties, All-Clad suggests cleaning with a paste of baking soda and water. If the baking soda doesn't turn brown, switch to Bar Keeper's Friend and water. Always scrub with something made for nonstick cookeware.

    Enjoy! This pan is big enough to feed a crowd!...more info
  • All-Clad.... the best.
    I have the stainless steel All Clad and I bought it because it was rated #1 in Consumer Reports and a couple of other independent evaluations. I also see many... if not most of the TV chefs using All-Clad (except when they have a brand of their own they are pushing).

    The Stainless can be washed in a dishwasher and it comes out looking brand new. My wife's only complaint was not having a non-stick omlette pan so I got her this teflon coated fry pan.

    She is very harsh on pans... left the stainless pan on the gas stove flame with only butter in it and carmalized the whole pan (hard to get off). Teflon cannot stand temperatures that the pan will reach if left heating on the stove top with nothing it it (so be careful of that). Also you don't want to use metal utensils against teflon. Good pan... got it for my wife for Christmas as a joke (we needed one though). She loved it. Not sure how she feels about me though....more info
  • Expected better for the price
    This is my most-used pan. My only beef is that the non-stick coating degrades over time. The coating desn't flake off like cheaper immitations, but it does wear away. After a couple of years, it just wasn't working. Frying an egg is the ultimate test of a non-stick. They slide around the pan when the pan is new. I returned it to All-Clad, and they replaced it with a new one. I'm now on my second pan and after another couple of years, it's going the same way. I can't complain about customer service, as they gave me a new pan without any original packaging or a receipt.

    I wash the pan by hand and I never use metalic utensils in it. I never use it inside the oven. I think as far as non-sticks go, this is a fine product. I just don't think there is such a thing as a non-stick that can last that long. If All-Clad are happy to keep replacing my pan, then I guess I'll stick with it....more info

  • Great pan, lifetime warranty, but high cost!
    I've heard some complain that their nonstick surface did not last as long as they would have liked, or that it actually became sticky. Those reading should know that you should only use a nonstick pan for cooking things that require it, like; omlettes, eggs, pancakes, etc. For sautes and normal cooking, you should have another regular (i.e. not a nonstick type) pan. This will ensure that your nonstick pan will last a very long time because you will not be prematurely wearing it down by using it for cooking it was not made for. Sautes cook much better on a regular pan anyway. You should only use plastic or wood utensils on it, never metal. Also, nonstick pans are NOT dishwasher safe! Dishwashers will damage the nonstick surface! Wash your nonstick with a soft sponge and soapy water only.

    All Clad is probably the best cookware around. This is due to the layered metal design (and the lifetime warranty). It has stainless steel layers with aluminium in between. This works to evenly distribute the heat (even if you have a nasty electric element stove!) because aluminium is a great heat conductor. Also, this pan has the layers on the sides as well so the heat distribution is quite even.

    That said, my feeling is that this pan is too expensive. It's very well made and works well, however for non stick pans, you will see very similar performace in the much cheaper Emerilware nonstick (also made by All Clad). The difference is that the Emerilware nonstick pan does not use any stainless steel. Instead, it uses anodized aluminium. Aluminium is a great heat conductor so this pan will perform just as well, for a much cheaper price. The outside finish may not look as good for as long as a stainless steel finish though so if you care about looks and don't mind spending the money, this All Clad is tops.

    The Emerilware one still has the lifetime warranty and is of the exact same dimensions as the All Clad branded one. And I like the handle on the Emerilware even better than the handle on the All Clad.

    With this All Clad, you are paying more for the layered stainless steel and aluminium, which require more labor to produce as well as more metel and materials.

    Of course the choice is yours. If you want the best and don't mind spending the extra money, this All Clad is tops. If however you want nearly identical performance at a cheaper cost and the same lifetime warranty, the less expensive Emerilware pan would be a better match. I don't think you can go wrong either way!...more info

  • far too expensive for the quality
    I must agree with the negative reviewers that this pan's nonstick coating began coming off almost immediately after I began using it. I'm not talking about scratches, which often are a result of using the wrong kind of implements for cooking and cleaning. My pan began pock all over, even up the sides where I rarely touch them. I hung on to this pan for 3 years, simply because I could not bear to part with it for the expense. But eventually I had to treat it like my other All-Clad pans (which I LOVE) and use full amounts of oil to cook. It was no longer worth using.

    Although the reviewer who loves this pan was "certain" the rest of us who have not liked this pan were not caring for the pan properly, that "certainty" is based on nothing but speculation. I cared for my pan precisely according to the directions provided by All-Clad. Of course, I could have asked All-Clad to replace it early on, since it was clear the nonstick coating was coming off on its own accord. But that would not have changed the fact that the coating on my pan was coming off....more info
  • Not a durable surface.
    I purchased this fry pan in June of this year - and it is almost to a state where it is ready to be thrown away as of December 1st. I would have expected the nonstick surface to be of superior quality and durability from All-Clad, but the sad truth is that I have had cheap grocery store pans that have maintained the coating far longer, and a small fraction of the cost. After just a few weeks the surface became scratched on this pan and the coating started to come off in the food - ick! I love the uncoated All-Clad, but I will be looking elsewhere for nonstick in the future....more info
  • NONSTICK DEGRADES
    I would agree with Resse, I've noticed this degradtion on my pan as well. It's been retired for 'regular' use now. Also, I find the handle very uncomfortable to use when the pan is holding anything that's heavy. Overall one of te best I've owned, but not perfect....more info

 

 
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