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Scanpan Classic 28 cm Wok with Rack And Sticks

by SCANPAN

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  • The pan for easy stir-frying; can also be used for anything from steaming to deep-frying! Diameter: 28cm
  • Heavy duty base manufactured from squeeze cast aluminium for ultimate strength, fast and even heating and warp-resistance.
  • Patented ceramic titanium non-stick surface allows use of any utensil (inc metal). GreenTek coating free from PFOA and PFOS chemicals.
  • Suitable for all stove-tops (excluding induction). Fully ovenproof to 260 degrees Celsius.
  • Made in Denmark
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Technical Details
Brand SCANPAN
Model NumberSP28301200
ColourBlack
Item Weight2 Kg
Product Dimensions51.6 x 29.2 x 11.9 cm
Diameter28 centimetres
MaterialCast Aluminium
  
Additional Information
ASINB00004S4UU
Best Sellers Rank 917,592 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 Kg
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Date First Available30 Mar. 2009
  
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Product Description

Energy-saving cookware; its superior heat retention and distribution mean that medium heat is perfect for frying; never waste energy again! Best washed by hand immediately after use in warm, soapy water. Dishwasher safe but not recommended. Do not overheat as this will impair performance.

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Amazon.com: 18 reviews
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
One of my ENDURING favorites 12 July 2003
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Mine is over 15 years and still looks and works like new! This is a uniquely valuable pan. You can crank up the heat to high, cook quickly with assurance of smooth even heat, then rinse it under the fawcet to swish absolutely clean while it's still hot. AMAZING. No risk of warping or damage. No problem with sticking. And because of its density and superior conductivity, NO problem with burnt foods. While I love my LeCreuset, it can't handle high heat. Scanpan is a natural for things that like high heat. If you haven't tried this brand yet, this pan would be the one to try first.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Better each time: 28 Sept. 2008
By SpongueBob - Published on Amazon.com
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Just LOVE these things. Work on the road, so I'd normally buy one for cooking in motels from Calgary to New Iberia. Then give it away at the job's end. Now that the handle's more stable and heat resistant it's just about perfect. The plasma-embedded titanium ceramic means you'll still need some oil. But has none of the shortcomings of PTFE. You can find the same with slate-coated pure aluminum skillets for less at TJ or Marshall's, but here it's Scanpan's design features that seem superior. Don't even think about the price. I've had one for 18 years and you can see a few scratches in but not through the coating.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Bad experience with the wok 24 Mar. 2011
By Albert Karel - Published on Amazon.com
After years and years of trying to find a non-stick pan that wouldn't go bad (stick...flake, etc) I finally came upon the Scanpan. The wok looked perfect. I purchased it, and a smaller frypan from a local store (what a waste, Amazon's price is less than HALF the local price!). All was well for about 5 months, then the center bottom started to roughen and stick. It got worse as the months went by. A close examination last month showed little fragments had broken off (we ate them!) and the entire center surface was rough. Since I had paid so much ($179 for the wok) I was VERY careful to use only bamboo and plastic implements....never a metal implement...never. I followed warranty directions exactly, but DID occasionally use it as a wok and used higher, but not smoking hot, temperatures. Still....it ended up looking much like the $39 non-stick wok I had purchased from a restaurant supply house two years ago. The smaller frying pan still looks good. Very disappointing.

So I think I've learned two things: always buy from Amazon, and there is no such thing as a durable non-stick pan.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Top quality 21 May 2007
By Adam - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a very nice piece of kitchen ware. I first came accross it while house sitting at a friend's place and ended up using it for making most meals. I had to buy one for myself.

Just beautiful quality.

The only minus point is the lack of lid which would come very handy.
36 of 52 people found the following review helpful
Contains PTFE--same as Teflon 20 Aug. 2007
By z18G - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this pan thinking that I am buying a non-stick pan without Teflon. While the health issue became questionable concerning Teflon, I am willing to pay extra to be safe, and at the same time still enjoying the non-stick feature. The product description somehow suggested that the pan is non-stick because it's ceramic titanium.

Well, I was wrong, and I didn't know I was wrong until I accidentally browse the company's website and read its FAQ. In their FAQ, it says: "The ceramic-titanium particles become one with the pan at that point. A subsequent application of a specially formulated PTFE provides the nonstick effect." PTFE is the problematic element of Teflon. Well, I wish the company discloses this information somewhere on the product!
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