T-fal E93808 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator Fry Pan / Saute Pan Dishwasher Safe Cookware, 12-Inch, Black

May 19, 2015 - Comment

T-fal E9380884 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator 12.5-Inch Fry Pan / Saute Pan Dishwasher Safe Cookware, Black

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T-fal E9380884 Professional Total Nonstick Oven Safe Thermo-Spot Heat Indicator 12.5-Inch Fry Pan / Saute Pan Dishwasher Safe Cookware, Black

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Steve Z "Steve" says:

Non-Stick Bliss Boy, this is a hard pan to find! Since Amazon.com did not have this item in stock, I contacted T-Fal to see if it was still available and where I might buy it. Here’s the reply that I got from T-Fal:========================================We received your e-mail via T-falUSA.com, and we thank you for your interest in our products.T-Fal products are available at many national retail stores. The T-Fal Professional Total Non stick cookware that has been reviewed in Cooks Illustrated and Consumer Report is currently available at Kohl’s, Meijer and Shopko as well as their on-line retail web sites. You may also find this item through on line retailers such as amazon.comNote: Our inventory levels have been low as a result of these reviews. However we do have shipments coming in regularly. With this in mind, retailers may be temporarily out of stock. If possible, you may want to consider per-ordering.The T-Fal part numbers for…

PeterFL says:

Not the same pan 0

A. W. Rouse "andrewwynn" says:

Ego blemishes an otherwise perfect product As many have noted: the pan may actually be the holy grail of non stick but the ego stamped on the bottom makes for a mini mountain in the centre of the pan.Wheat happens is that you will get a “moat” of oil around the center island of dry in the center of the pan. Nice if you want to make donut shaped crépes I suppose. Not super nice for anything else.QC so “out of whack” for a top tier vendor like t-fal is inexcusable. Somebody should be fired literally.Is it too much to ask that the flat bottom of a pan is flat without having to fix it yourself? Yeesh!The good news: easy to fix. I’ve used the trick of standing in a pan on carpet to un-mound a dozen pans in then past, and a similar trick worked on this pan.Then trick: the thick aluminum bottom was more robust than the pans I’ve fixed in the past so i used a slightly different method:I formed a donut shape with a rolled up towel and set the pan on it, then…

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