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Eggs, Eggs And More Eggs...
I am a longtime user and proponent of tri-ply cookware. I believe that there is no cookware that offers the overall performance of tri-ply. Unfortunately, tri-ply has one food nemesis: EGGS! It's impossible to keep eggs from sticking to a stainless steel surface. Enter this 7" wonder pan. Zero sticking and that's no yolk (pun intended). Always use silicone utensiles because there is one thing that I've learned through the years; all non-stick pans will scratch using metal, nylon or wooden utensils. If you're watching your cholesterol there's no need for a lipid to insure proper cooking. I personally enjoy a little bit of butter for flavor but don't use cooking sprays as the propellant causes a build up of film which will actually reduce the pans non-stick properties. Also remember to cook on a lower heat as the aluminum disk maintains a very high temperature level. Clean-up is easy but I'd recommend hand washing to increase the life of the non-stick coating. This is a fantastic single use pan and a great buy.UPDATE: February 22, 2019I'm going on three years with this pan and it still looks and performs like new. There's no scratches on the non-stick surface (I ONLY use silicone and diligently hand wash) and I keep the stainless sparkling with a little Beekeepers Friend on a Scotchbrite pad. This is one of the best kitchen purchases that I've ever made!
5Can't find better
I just received the second 7-inch pan that I have owned. The first lasted through 7 years of near continuous use (and yes, some misuse...). I love the weight and shape of this little pan. It rests solidly on my glass cook top and I really like the angle of the sides - not too steep. Of course I've reread the directions for use and expect this new pan will last more than 7 years. It's great for doing eggs, but I use it for many other things as well.
5Cuisinart Doesn't Stand by this Product
I really loved this pan. The nonstick surface was SO fantastic and easy to clean.After owning one for a couple of years, I put in on the stove to preheat at medium heat (no higher per their instructions). Suddenly, my food was scorched, and now the nonstick coating is no longer nonstick.I contacted Cuisinart since this pan us backed by a lifetime warranty. I sent them pictures, and they claim the pan overheated, and therefore is not covered under their warranty.What's curious is that I have the 12" version of this pan, and when preheated on medium heat on the same stove, it's perfectly fine.I brought this to their attention. Their response was that I'd have to send my damaged pan for "examination". By the time I would spend the money to do that, I might as well just buy a new pan.What a horribly cheap and shoddy way to treat your customers! I expected more from you, Cuisinart. I'm not just disappointed, I'm angry.
2Poor mufacturing quality
They have a quality control problem. We've had one of these skillets for several years and like it. It is still good and we wanted a second one. But the current same model ones purchased here ARE NOT AS GOOD. The first one I ordered came with a very sharp dent ding in the skillet rim. It was obviously done in the factory and the non-stick coating was applied over the dent. The protruding dent was sharp enough to cut a finger when washing. I returned that skillet for a replacement. The replacement skillet has very poor handle riveting. The rivets are barely barely stamped. They have sharp edges and barely flattened enough to hold the handle on. I am afraid the handle might come loose with use. Pictures show the new skillet's bad rivets on the left and the way they are supposed to be on the top right (fully seated, flattened and beveled top edge).
3Everything sticks after 3 months
I bought this 7 skillet for one purpose, fried eggs for breakfast. Despite only using it for this low heat application, only using silicone utensils, and only hand washing with a soft sponge, it is junk after 3 months. Everything sticks to it and the non stick coating is visibly separating from the metal surface.I know Cuisinart is a mediocre brand to begin with, but I expected more than a few uses out of this pan before it failed.
1Nice everyday skillet. I recommend it!
I like that the non stick application is much safer than in past years. This fry pan heats nicely on my ceramic electric range and if kept on a low-medium heat the stainless steel and non stick coating are just right for my frying cooking needs. Another feature is that it can go in the oven up to 500 degrees so I can finish cooking a frittata. Handle also stays cool on stove top. I have other cuisinart SS pans and am happy with this line of pans.
5The weight is good, I like that the handle stays cool
I have the 12" version of this pan, as well as the 12" regular frying pan. The weight is good, I like that the handle stays cool, it's sturdy and well-built, and does the job. However, after 18 months I'm having to replace it because the nonstick is scratched and beginning to flake. We're careful about hand washing it with only non-abrasive sponges. It never goes in the dishwasher. And we only use non-scratching spatulas and utensils when we cook. THis was a lot to pay for a pan that didn't even last 2 years. Maybe that's too much to expect from any non-stick, but we previously had an almost identical All Clad that lasted us almost 5 years. So we were a little spoiled.
3Cuisinant "12 722-30HNS
First I want to say I have ordered and enjoyed several of these skillets over the years. When I came time to replace my old one, I was really looking forward to having my new pan. My 10 inch pan is just great, flat and nonstick and I love it. My 12 inch pan, not so much. It does sit flat on the cooktop but has a funny curve up in the middle and fats just run to the side. I thought it was a fluke and was able to replace it. Well the new pan does the same thing and is going back for a refund. I am so disappointed and don't know what I will get to replace it. I do not know how this could be happening and tried to convince myself it would be fine, but it isn't. Cuisinart bring back your old standards!
2Strange sounds when heating
It is obvious that I received a defective product given the overall positive reviews here. However I am going to still give it 2 stars based on overall feel and looks. The product I received made a constant ping and ticking sound while cooking. There is mostly likely an issue with the bonding of the different metals used to form the pan or a problem with the handle rivets. The sound is constant, annoying, and unsettling. Some of the ping sounds got very loud and that was enough for me to return it. When I say loud, I mean loud that you can hear in our living room. I tried to reach out to Cuisinart to take advantage of their life time warranty. Here is their response in part: Send, Clear Picture of the bottom where the model is located. Clear Picture/VIDEO of the defect with cookware. Processing time from when the email is received is approximately 30 business days. (Btw... it was Cuisinart that used all caps on the word video) 30 days and a video to resolve my issue on a brand new product is unacceptable in my opinion. So I returned mine to amazon.
Purchased this skillet in May 2017. At first it worked just fine, but over a few months food bagan to stick. It had a lifetime warranty so we called to see how to get it replaced. We had to email 2 pictures to 2 people at Conair for review. They replied that they only cover manufactures defects. Shouldn't manufactures defects be found before being sold?Lifetime Warranty states it covers material and workmanship, material must not be their non stick surface.
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Cuisinart Chef's Classic Stainless Nonstick 8-Inch Open Skillet