All-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless-Steel Nonstick French Skillet

Modeled after classic French skillets, this multitasking pan with rounded sides and a large surface area will become your favorite for frying, sauteing and even baking the perfect tarte tatin. Great for cooks of all skill levels, the pan is from All-Clad's original three-layer bonded Stainless Steel cookware line, which pairs classic style with modern practicality. A new capacity engraving etched on the base of each skillet makes picking the right size a snap, and an improved ergonomic handle ensures comfort. Tri-ply construction sandwiches a heat-responsive aluminum core between an easy-care stainless-steel interior and exterior. Bonded-metal construction ensures fast, even heating. All-Clad's nonstick coating provides excellent release, superior durability and easy cleanup Stainless-steel cooking surface with starburst finish provides superior stick resistance and won't react with foods. The high sides are curved to facilitate flipping and turning foods. Ergonomic, riveted stainless-steel handles stay cool on the cooktop. Pan size etched on base for quick identification of each piece. Ideal for use on any type of cooktop, including induction.
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for All-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless-Steel Nonstick French Skillet
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
rancherswife
,Calaveras County
,CA
Calaveras County, California
January 10, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:Over 5 years
Uses product:Every day
Would You Recommend? Yes
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My go-to fry pan
January 10, 2013
I have used this pan just about every day for years and I just love it. It is wonderful for eggs. It cleans up easily. The non-stick surface seems to be holding up very well. I do take care not to use sharp utensils when cooking with it. It looks so cute hanging on my pot rack.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Quality, Easy to Clean, Easy to Store, Size, Versatile, Shape, Design, Weight
Review 2 for All-Clad Tri-Ply Stainless-Steel Nonstick French Skillet
1 out of 5
1 out of 5
HRCookNStuf
,San Mateo
,CA
January 5, 2013
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:1 - 5 years
Uses product:Every day
Would You Recommend? No
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Bad Investment
January 5, 2013
The nonstick surface on this pan didn't even hold up for a year. Everything sticks now, I have buyer's remorse, and wish I'd invested in something else. I've taken great care of this pan: I never cook with dry heat (always use fats/oils), never "scrub" it or scratch it, use only silicon utensils and cloth dishrags, never burned anything, never scratched it. Never even used it with high heat. There are no visible scars, scratches, damage or defects. It's just a crummy surface. I could flip an omelette for about the first 4-6 months, but those days are long gone. A small stick-spot started in the center, and it grows with every use. I would not recommend this pan, and will avoid All-Clad in the future.
Pros: Quality, Size, Shape
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LHaney
L. A.
Posted May 31, 2013
non-stick that sticks
I had similar problems but to my surprise, ALL CLAD is warranted for life! Send it back and let them know. Wms. Sonoma store maybe able to assist. I had forgotten about this nifty feature and learned too late. Note: never use PAM or any other cooking spray on a non-stick surface - they all get destroyed. I was trying to eat/cook healthy, but now use a small amount of butter and don't have any issues. I've had my first set of All Clad for over 30 years. (there was no non-stick in those early years). Good luck!
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