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Teflon flakes offAfter 7 months of use, the teflon on the bottom is coming off. I use a dishwasher and only use wooden spoons for stirring, so obviously this is just not made to last. Too bad, other than that I liked it. Now it's trash.2It's a pan. A pan!Looks good. Flat bottom is stable on glass top stove. Nonstick is easy to clean.After a month of almost daily use by a reckless amateur, including a couple of boil-overs and one minor over-cooking incident, there is some slight, streaky-looking discoloration to the outer finish and on the exposed aluminum rings on the base, but the inner coating is still in good shape. I didn't buy it as a display piece or to pass on to my hypothetical descendents. It washes easily and works as expected, so I am perfectly satisfied with the value at the price point.5Love, love, love
I've had a much different experience than other users. I cooked marshmallows in this little guy for rice crispies, and the melted marshmallows just washed right off. I've also washed it in the dishwasher a few times with zero issues. I want this entire line of pots and pans!
5I replaced it once and the same horrible chemical smell filled the house when it was on ...
I was very unhappy with this pot. I replaced it once and the same horrible chemical smell filled the house when it was on the stove. I purchased the 3 quart pot and that is fine. I don't know why I had so much trouble with this one. Not trying a third time.
1these pots are pretty good. The only real problem I have with ...
For the price, these pots are pretty good. The only real problem I have with them is that they smell when heated. I washed them before using them and after each use, and even after 10 uses they emit an unpleasant odor every time I use them. I probably wouldn't buy them again knowing what I now know, but it isn't a big enough deal for me to return them.
3even the coating is non stickI'm not sure what I expected for $18, but for sure I didn't think the non stick surface would be wearing off before the year was out. Bought in March of this year, and the coating on the bottom started coming off in October. All of our kitchen utensils are plastic, silicone, or wood. Maybe it is a fluke, but I'm not buying another to find out.3works fine, no odor problems for me
I'll add a 5th star later - after I see how well it holds up. Just what I was looking for, a tiny pot with a pour spout. Non-stick was a bonus. I was worried after reading the odor/smell comments others posted. I use a gas stove and I'm always careful to keep the flames from the outer edges. The few times I've used it I stuck my nose right up to the pot afterwards and didn't smell anything unusual. The part of the handle close to the pot was certainly too hot to touch, but no odor. Ran it through the dishwasher first, but I'll probably hand wash from now on. Probably less wear on the pots non-stick surface from what I've read elsewhere. This thing looks and cooks nice so I want to keep it that way.
4Non-Stick/Super ValueFor color match look at photo above w/ the peas in the pot. The first photo is not the true color. I was very pleased with the color. It is somewhat metallic and really will match about anything. Always remember to use wooden or plastic cookware and not metal w/ this type of coating or you will scrape it off and it will rust in time. Bj5Non-stick coating doesn't stick to saucepanAfter light use, although after the 30-day return period, I've managed to scrub hard enough to remove the nonstick coating from two (possibly three) different patches on the inside, using a polymer (i.e. soft plastic) dish scrubber and no great deal of force. I would have actually kept using it in that condition and just been mildly peeved, except the coating surrounding that hole is ready to flake off (adherence seems poor) and I don't want to eat teflon-infused penne. So, it has to be junked, although I will keep the lid, which is good for straining with this pot and has kept the amount of food getting dumped into the sink to a grateful minimum.There are two explanations for this, as far as I can tell: one, that the coating is not harder than a polymer dish scrubber - which isn't a good thing - or two, that there was an issue with how the coating was applied. Did I just get a lemon? Maybe, maybe not, but even in budget cookware, hardness and adherence of the coating should not be an issue when subject to standard cleaning procedures. My cheap skillet and 1-quart saucepan got it right. Even assuming, let's say, I had excessively cleaned the thing over the few times I have used it, the durability of the non-stick coating was disappointing, especially given it was not scrubbed hard enough to remove some starchy food remnants. Looking at how water behaves on the surface of this pot, I think the repellent coating, at least on mine, is substandard and well below what I would expect of a teflon-based product, which might explain how I managed to cook pasta into the side of the thing and am unable to scrub it away without removing the coating. Of course, I may just be a terrible cook and/or an incompetent dish scrubber, but I've had no such issues with any other cookware I own.I'll give it two stars for two reasons: firstly, I think it's reasonably possible I just got a lemon, or there is a small quality control issue and yours may well be excellent, and secondly, with that in mind, quality and construction otherwise seems good; there are features to like. However, given my issues with this and unwillingness to experiment with similar products given my funds, the replacement for this pot, which I needed after four uses, will be stainless steel.2Good pot.This pot is great. The only small issue is the steamer lid is wide so it doesn't fit in my dishwashers grooves. I think the inner coating seems like it is good quality. Heat on medium to low not high. Don't use metal on non stick surfaces it will scratch over time.5Right size
There are just two of us and this is the ideal size for small meals. Wife likes peas and I like corn, bought two and works just great. The built in strainers are much easier than trying to dump liquid out holding the lid just the right distance from the kettle. Holds one can of soup, one box of mac and cheese. Really like them. The non stick interior is just another plus.
5Everyone needs this pan!This pan is wonderful. Washes in the dishwasher without any ugly residue left on it. The lid with the straining holes is amazing!!!! Love that I don't need a colander anymore to drain water off of pasta, potatoes, eggs, etc., also the pan is a 3 quart which makes it big enough to actually boil foods without boiling over!!!!5Outer material is subject to stains from oils and food...doesn't clean up well.I'm glad I didn't pay full price for this item...I'm very disappointed since I expected Farberware to be better quality. I only wanted it to cook poached eggs, thinking that the nonstick surface would be easier to clean...but, alas, nonstick it is NOT!!! And easier to clean, well just barely. I'm not impressed with this pan.3Worse than AWFUL, IT'S DANGEROUS!
I was heating pasta and an awful teflon-like smell emanated from the pot. Needless to say, I discarded the food.Also prior to first use, I diligently washed pot out with hot,sudsy water.This is dangerous. I never encountered a problem before with Faberware. Could this be oounterfeit?
1Cutiest pan i have yet!
Needed a small pot to make noodles for my daughter and this pot does the job. The strainer openings are great for getting rid of extra water in the pan. I even let my 10 year old handle it with no worries of getting burned. The color is very cute and It s even easy to wash as well. There was a weird smell for the first few uses, but we are pretty sure it s from the paint getting burnt on the bottom.
5Easy to clean & love the pour spouts and drainage holes on lidAs it says in the title: super easy to clean and great for draining cooked food. Only downside we've noticed so far is significant staining along the outside of the pot. We keep these in a cupboard, so doesn't upset us too much. Might feel differently if pots were hanging from a rack in the kitchen.4Terrible product! Only had it a few months and the handle gets so hot it will easily burn you!Not sure if I received a defective product, or if it is just such a terrible product that they put a handle on this saucepan that gets as hot as the pan itself! I know that you use a hotpad to carry a saucepan, but if you touch the handle afterwards it will still burn you! The pan was okay at first, and has really only had this problem about 4 months into our usage of this. I would highly suggest looking for a different pan, our return window of course ended awhile back, but I will be looking for a different brand as I shop for another new saucepan today!1
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Farberware Dishwasher Safe Nonstick Sauce Pan/Saucepan with Straining and Lid, 3 Quart, Silver