Calphalon Unison Nonstick 8-Inch and 10-Inch Omelette Pan Set

May 19, 2015 - Comment

At last, nonstick cookware that lets you cook like a professional. Two surfaces make the difference. Unison cookware is built with 2 different nonstick surfaces for different cooking tasks, so you can use healthy, easy-to-clean nonstick to cook with professional precision. Ultra-smooth Slide pans release foods effortlessly for tender omelettes and delicate sauces. Specially-textured Sear

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At last, nonstick cookware that lets you cook like a professional. Two surfaces make the difference. Unison cookware is built with 2 different nonstick surfaces for different cooking tasks, so you can use healthy, easy-to-clean nonstick to cook with professional precision. Ultra-smooth Slide pans release foods effortlessly for tender omelettes and delicate sauces. Specially-textured Sear pans seal in flavor and provide perfect browning of meats, fish, and vegetables. Clear tempered-glass lids let you see food while it’s cooking and are oven safe, so you can finish covered dishes in the oven or keep them warm until ready to serve Flat, wide bottoms heat evenly and provide plenty of room for cooking. The sloped sides are designed for easy tossing and rolling. Long, quadruple-riveted stainless steel handles stay cool on the stovetop. All cookware is dishwasher-safe and carries Calphalon’s full lifetime warranty.

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B. Sherman "BSherman" says:

Good for the price Nearly 10 months ago I purchased this item at the same time as another product, , specifically to compare them and guide my future purchases. After extensive daily usage of both products I can share my perspective and hope it helps others. I will be comparing only the 8 inch Calphalon pan to the 8 inch Cuisinart.The Cuisinart product is a classic pro-style pan that seemed perfect for what I was after. That said, I was drawn to the Calphalon product by the attractive pricing and decent product reviews I found here on Amazon and elsewhere on the web. I am an avid appreciator of omelettes and there is no better task to test the sticky-factor of a pan than with omelettes – especially as I am a flipper, not a folder.I found both the Cuisinart and Calphalon pans to have good feel to them. The handle design and the weight…

G. Hanson says:

A Convert Let me start out by saying I hate Calphalon. I’ve hated it from the get go, as I have issues with the whole concept of cooking on aluminum. I have been an All Clad fan for years (except that I can’t say much for their black LTD finish which died). Color me stainless with a copper sandwich.I was walking past a kitchen ware store in northern Florida, when they were offering this set at a greatly reduced price. We went in and for some strange reason, price probably, as well as the finish of the non-stick which seemed really nice, we bought the set. We were in the mood for nonstick, and our non stick All Clad omelet pan had died what I thought was an untimely death for a pan that was over $100. So we thought, what the heck. At this price, if it dies in a year, oh well. Now you can color me converted. We use this 10″ on our boat (no dishwasher) and another in our condo (we don’t put it in the dishwasher but maybe 1/4 of the time). We’ve had them for over a year now,…

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