Skillet Layer of aluminum is encapsulated with copper,
followed by more aluminum Outstanding heat distribution and controlled cooking performance Cast stainless steel handle is attached to the pan using innovative non stick flush rivet technology food won't get stuck around ...
Skillet Handle and surface material: stainless steel Elegant,
shapely handle is dual riveted for strength and durability Oven safe to 500°F Also compatible with all cooktops, including induction Dishwasher safe for the ultimate in cleaning convenience French skillet delivers gourmet ...
Hard anodized aluminum provides exceptional heat distribution Full
layer of copper sandwiched between two layers of aluminum Nonstick Rounded, sloped sides Use flush rivet technology Suitable for all cook tops including induction Lifetime limited warranty
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