This 11 piece Scanpan Professional non-stick cookware set includes:
10-1/4 inch fry pan
10 1/4 inch saute pan with lid
1 quart sauce pan with lid
2 quart sauce pan with lid
3 quart sauce pan with lid
6.5 quart Dutch oven with lid
Made in Denmark
The 10-1/4 inch fry pan measures 10-/14 in diameter by 1.5 inches tall. With handle it measures 19 inches long
The 10-1/4 inch saute pan has a capacity of 2-3/4 quarts. It measures 10-1/4 in diameter by 4 inches tall, with lid. Including handle, it is 18.5 inches long
1 quart sauce pan measures 6.5 inches in diameter by 5 inches high, with lid. With handle, the pan measures 14 inches long
2 quart sauce pan measures 7 inches in diameter by 6 inches high, with lid. With handle, the pan measures 15 inches long
3 quart sauce pan measures 8 inches in diameter by 7.5 inches tall, with lid. Including handle, it measures 17 inches long
6.5 quart Dutch oven measures 10-1/4 inches in diameter by 9 inches tall with lid. With handles, pan measures 15.5 inches wide
Oven safe to 500° F
NOT induction compatible
The cooking surface is made from a patented blend of two of the world's hardest substances, ceramic and titanium. Diamonds have a hardness of 10. Scanpan is 9.5!
Unlike most non-stick cookware, Scanpan's non-stick is not just a coating. It's an integral part of the pan.
An independent German lab tested the durability of the non stick surface. They took a metal spatula, added a 2 pound weight to it. Ran it over the surface more than 300,000 times. The pan was fine. The spatula wasn't--about 1/3 of it was ground away.
Lifetime guarantee from Scanpan with normal use and proper care
Made in Denmark. Pan is made from 100% recycled aluminum.
For the best cooking performance, we recommend heating your Scanpan cookware for 1-2 minutes prior to adding food. Use a low to medium heat setting.
Suitable for most cooking surfaces. NOT induction compatible.
Oven and broiler safe up to 500° F
Nylon, silicone or wooden utensils recommended; however, metal utensils will not damage Scan pan's patented nonstick coating.
To remove food residue and stains, use a nylon scrubbing pad
We recommend allowing cookware to cool prior to washing, otherwise warping may occur.
Do not use aerosol sprays, as residue can impact cooking performance.
Lifetime warranty from Scanpan, with normal use and proper care.
I bought this set a month ago and I love it. I used the steamer to cook vegetables, the pans are non stick I plan to do a lot more cooking. They are well made.
Scan Pan Cookware
Jun 13, 2010 | By Marilyn
I've been using this set for about 5 years, now, and find them excellent for cooking on my smooth-top stove. When I bought my stove, I was using stainless steel cookware, but found that things burned too much in them.
May 20, 2008 | By Beth
I've owned this set for almost 10 years, and I've enjoyed using it. Pros -- As promised, it's nonstick without any coatings, which is why I purchased it. To clarify, it's much more nonstick than stainless, for example, but it is less nonstick than coated nonstick cookware. So, you'll find using a little oil helpful, and personally I much prefer that over wondering if some chemical is reacting with my food. ScanPan is not kidding about no coating -- they included a steel wool scrubber with my pans to make their point. And I still have that scrubber all this time later. I've hardly had to use it with these pans.
The pans heat evenly for my purposes (I'm a good cook, but no gourmet) and are solidly constructed with good, sturdy weight. Not a thing wrong with them after several years of use.
Cons -- I don't like glass lids on metal pans, and, as I anticipated, they have chipped a bit around the edges over the years. Fortunately, they're Pyrex, so they're as well-made as a glass lid could be. Glass lids were not a deal-breaker for me, but I prefer metal on metal.
My current issue is that I have a new, white, solid surface (e.g., Corian) sink and my ScanPans leave dark marks on it if I happen to bang them on the sink when I wash them. This also occurred with the white porcelain sink that preceded the new one, but scrubbing the marks off the porcelain was a bit easier.
In the past few years, I've been collecting some All-Clad and am crazy about those pans. Loving those pans and not loving scrubbing my sink so hard, I'm about to replace my trusty ScanPans with All-Clad stainless. However, if you want excellent non-coated, nonstick cookware and are willing to spend reasonably for it, these are great pans. Great set for a young couple or someone starting out as a cook. It's very important to use the right equipment to learn any skill, and it's easy to be successful as a cook with these pans without breaking the bank.