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The skillet comes in 16 colors: matte black, white, mineral blue, cerise red, sugar pink, cashmere grey, cotton beige, amethyst purple, marseille blue, soleil yellow, palm green, flame orange, carribean teal, hibiscus pink, marine blue, and oyster grey. The glossy outside enamel looks appealing and decorative. See More
Even though this pan is advertised as being oven safe up to 410° F and while it can withstand such heat, the silicon handle will get damaged in temperatures higher than 350° F. Furthermore, the nonstick surface of this pan is very easy to scratch or chip and it isn’t dishwasher safe. See More
Paderno does not make glass lids for the skillets, only stainless steel (available for purchase separately), so a third party lid might be needed. Stainless steel lids can go in the oven and can handle high heat; however, a see-through glass lid makes it a lot easier to check on food without losing the steam or the heat. See More
This skillet's handle is welded on, so the inside surface is even and undisrupted by rivet heads. Food residue, grime, and bacteria get in the cracks between the rivet heads and the pan's surface; it can take a lot of work with a fine brush to clean the rivets effectively. See More
The ceramic nonstick surface is as easy to damage as any other nonstick surface. You should still avoid using metal utensils and be careful how much force you apply to the surface because it's easy to scratch and chip. You should avoid washing it in a dishwasher and putting it under running water before it's cooled down. See More
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