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This set covers just the basic cooking needs: there is a 1.7-quart saucepan, a 4.2-quart casserole, and a 3-quart sauté/fry pan, all with accompanying lids. It is suitable for people who don't cook much or have limited storage space. The pieces are stackable, which is convenient in a small kitchen. See More
This set is very basic, containing only two pots and a frying pan. However, the IKEA 365+ line has more products, available for purchase separately: a 3.2-quart pot, a 10.6-quart stockpot, a 13-inch frying pan with a helper handle and an 11-inch grill pan. The pots are also compatible with steamer, boiler and pasta inserts from STABIL series. See More
This set is made of stainless steel with no nickel (grade18/0). Lack of nickel makes it more prone to scratching and rusting if metal utensils are used (in comparison with grade 18/10 sets). On the other hand, the lower steel grade also makes them more magnetic and suitable for induction stovetops. See More
The frying pan in this set is whole-clad: aluminum is sandwiched between steel to increase heat transmission and it goes all through the pan up to the edges. This construction lets the pan heat up quickly and cooks the food not only from the bottom up but also through the walls. See More