Calphalon Tri-Ply Stainless Collector's Edition 10-Inch Stir Fry Pan

 
List Price: $70.00

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Product Description

If you are drawn to the beauty of stainless steel, yet are reluctant to sacrifice the cooking efficiency of aluminum, you can now have the very best of both worlds. A mirror polish stainless steel exterior, a heavy gauge conductive aluminum filling, and a satin finish stainless steel interior form a 3-ply disc. The disk is then formed into a pan shape, with walls and bottom of equal thickness, which allows heat to be conducted evenly. Stay cool handles feature an ergonomic design and secure attachment. Enjoy the speed and bright flavors of stir fry cooking for weekday dinners.

With aluminum cores enclosed by stainless-steel layers, Calphalon's Tri-Ply pots and pans deliver the best attributes of both metals. The aluminum cores conduct heat quickly and uniformly across the pots and pans' bottoms and all the way up their sides. The durable, 18/10 stainless-steel interiors and exteriors are easy to clean, resist scratching, denting, warping, and corrosion, and are nonreactive to acidic food. This 10-inch pan is 2-1/2 inches deep and has steeply rounded sides to facilitate stir-frying. It can also be used for saut¨¦ing and can go into the oven for pan-roasting. Its handle stays cool on the stovetop and has a hanging hole, and the pan's rim is flared for dripless pouring. Tri-Ply cookware is polished to a mirror finish outside for beauty and wears a satin finish inside to conceal inevitable utensil marks. It goes safely into the dishwasher, although hand washing better preserves the mirror finish, and carries a lifetime warranty against defects. --Fred Brack

Features:
  • 10-Inch pan for stir-frying, sauteing
  • Constructed of 18/10 stainless steel layers enclosed with pure aluminum
  • Stay-cool handle; flared rim for drip less pouring
  • Safe to use in dishwasher
  • Comes with a lifetime warranty

Customer Reviews:

  • It's almost perfect
    The pan is great, it heats quickly and evenly. The handle fits very well in the hand. What makes it "almost" perfect is the lack of the lid, I use my old Calphalone 10" lid, and it works, but it would be much nicer of the pan came with its own. ...more info
  • A Best Buy
    I am in love with this pan! I have other high quality, stainless steel pans, but I have been using this one for almost everything. It is very heavy duty and cleans easily and beautifully. It has all of the advantages of a wok, but it is a manageable size and sits flat on the burner. I recommend it to anyone who values quality stainless pans, but can't afford $100+!! (One of the secrets of my kitchen is that most of my best cookware came from Amazon bargains.)...more info
  • versatile
    ~~~We just finished cooking chicken,mushrooms,onions,tomatoes with wine and it came out better than the galloping gourmet. The metal utensils scratched it up pretty well but next time we will use chopstix or tongs because the food doesn't stick very much. Looks like this pan can do anything from stirfry,simmer,cook noodles and I think the wok design,ie chef's pan,complements the idea of stainless being "stick to" prone, by naturally curving the bottom side away from the burner to reduce~~ sticking, unlike~~ flat saute-fry pans. Great to cook in. Remember to put the oil in first and then heat up the pan instead of vice versa.~...more info
  • Cooks Great...But looks like my Tail Pipe
    There's really no excuse. This is a fabulous pan, and it cooks fantastically well. But the huge surface area of the inside is so discolored, and after only one use, that I hate looking at it for fear it's in pain. Let's face it, with a pan of this design, you're almost always looking down at the inside when it's not in use. And it has such a kaleidoscope of coloring from the cooking process that it makes you wonder if it is quality metal. It cooks well, and cleaning it is a breeze, but from a maker like Calphalon, there is just no excuse....more info
  • It still looks like my tailpipe.
    Yeh, just what I need, a 'stainless' steel pan that stains. Pardon me, but when I purchase a stainless steel pan, I don't want to have to remember to think about how to 'follow directions' special to it when cleaning the dang thing. I got enough on my mind to have to remember to think that a certain stainless steel pot needs a different cleaning method and cleanser, not to mention having to use extra elbow grease to clean. I like it simple; cook, soak, clean. That's my method. Since purchasing this pan, I got an All Clad of similar style. Gee, no stain, my gain. Again, this Calphalon Stainless Stell pan cooks great, but since it discolors like the hot tailpipe of my honda motocycle, I'm cooking with All Clad. But not to worry, Calphalon; I just purchased the ten piece set of 'Calphalon One' at Costco for $410.00, and so far, I love them. And they recommend MY WAY of cleaning. And if you don't mind the extra work, this Calphalon Stainless Steel pan does cook great, and it's a bargain for the price....more info
  • Excellent pan for an excellent price
    I bought this pan to try out the line before committing to a full purchase and I have been
    very pleased, in fact, I have decided to go ahead with replacing all my current cookware
    with this line (currently have Calphalon Professional Hard Anodized).

    First, why am I replacing? I like the Hard Anodized for the most part and it is certainly
    better than 90% of what is out there, but there are a few problems. 1) The pots/pans are
    very heavy compared to similar clad stainless pots/pans. 2) The Professional Anodized
    pans do not have the cool touch handles, which means that they get very very hot. 3) The
    Anodized pans can scratch and though it is mainly a cosmetic issue, I don't like the
    look of it. 4) Most of the Professional Anodized line do not have flared lips, which
    means that it can be very difficult to pour from them.

    I looked at the following for potential replacements. Le Creuset, which is beautiful
    but it is also even more heavy than the aluminum and I read that the finish can crack.
    It is also very very expensive. All Clad, which is similar to the tri-ply, but
    more expensive, otherwise it seems very close to what I wanted. And lastly, various
    brands of copper pots/pans, which look great hanging up, but from what I read, are a
    real bear to keep looking that way.

    I did end up deciding that stainless of some sort was the way to go. Stainless
    cleans up easily, is relatively light, and stays good looking very easily. It also
    heats quickly without scorching. The stainless finish gives a good visual indicator
    of what the food is doing when sauteing (especially when compared to the very dark
    anodized where you can't see anything).

    Regarding cleaning, a previous reviewer mentioned that he/she had a problem with
    a residue on the interior of the pan. According to the user guide and my personal
    experience, Bar Keeper's Friend scouring powder will take that right out. It takes
    just a little bit of elbow grease (and I mean very little), and it will polish right
    up.

    So, I am definitely sold on these pots/pans. Now, just to figure out what to
    do with the old ones, eBay here I come. :)...more info

  • Great Pan!
    I bought this pan as well as the 10 inch omelete pan. They cook like a dream. I actually stained the omelete pan by using Pam at too high a heat setting. The pan became really discolored to the pointed that I thought it was ruined. To my pleasant suprise a little brillo and some elbow grease had it looking brand new.
    I have a pretty good sized Caphalon collection, and can tell you for sure that the tri-poly pans are a hit!...more info
  • Cooks Great...But looks like my Tail Pipe
    There's really no excuse. This is a fabulous pan, and it cooks fantastically well. But the huge surface area of the inside is so discolored, and after only one use, that I hate looking at it for fear it's in pain. Let's face it, with a pan of this design, you're almost always looking down at the inside when it's not in use. And it has such a kaleidoscope of coloring from the cooking process that it makes you wonder if it is quality metal. It cooks well, and cleaning it is a breeze, but from a maker like Calphalon, there is just no excuse....more info
  • Its Calphalon, but....
    I love me some Calphalon.

    Every pot/pan/baking tool I own is Calphalon. However, the stainless steel line is so hard to clean. The anondized aluminum is sometimes is chore, and requires a chore boy. However the stainless steel items are rarely used because they are so hard to keep clean. I should have just bought some steel pans from the local restraunt supply store....more info

  • Cephalon cookware
    Cephalon cookware is, without question, the best cookware I have ever owned. The wok heats easily/evenly and is especially easy to clean. It is far superior to any other woks I have owned. I would recommend this as my best buy of the year!...more info
  • READ THE DIRECTIONS!
    People who complain about the "color" of you pans--clean them with a mild abrasive, bon-ami or barkeeper's friend, JUST LIKE THE DIRECTIONS SAY!!! It might take some elbow grease, but it'll come right out. Calphalon is great, and the reviews on amazon can be helpful, however, alot of people who have more money than cooking sense buy this stuff as more of a status symbol, and then wonder "why things stick." Man oh man......more info
  • Good Value/Quality except for interior discoloration...
    This fry pan is as good as the new Cuisinart multiclad pans and not as heavy as the Allclad stainless, but with unbelieveably lower price. I used it for most cooking because of its good balance and excellent even heating capabilities, also it's easy to clean. The handle is quite nicey design (wish it's longer), and it doesn't get hot at all. The only negative part of it, is that the interior surface leave some discoloration inside it after my first use, and can't be removed. I don't know why it occurs, but as long as it doesn't affect its excellent main function of cooking, I wouldn't mind having some of that flaws. Well, the exterior stays nice and shiny. Get this fry-pan for this price and quality, it's strong as well with the three riveted handle (unlike some pans with only weld joints). (...)...more info

 

 
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