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18 reviews | 4.2 out of 5
I hate cooking mostly because I hate cleaning the pots afterwards. This pan heats evenly and cleans up with little effort. It is almost as good as nonstick for cleanup, but doesn't chip or wear out. It also doesn't release chemicals into your food. I have had my pan since 2007 and bought this one for a gift for a good friend and neighbor.
I own quite a few pieces of both Tramontina and AllClad and find the Tramontina to be of equal quality and performance to AllClad. I only wish Tramontina had been around before I purchased the AllClad!
Bottom of this pan work great on induction cooking surface.
Great value for this tri clad pan. It has substantial weight, good size and a comfotable handle. It was rated extremely well in Consumer reports.
I have one of these in the smaller size, and am so impressed that I bought the larger one as well. Best heat dispersion, ever. Easy clean up. Lower cooking temp, because of the heat dispersion. In other reviews, this compares favorably to All-Clad, which is the same construction method, but tremendously more expensive.
One use so far, seemed to work well for Oriental stir-fry. I followed instructions about avoiding high heat. Nice appearance. Has a feature I wanted: no Teflon or other antistick coating.
I got this one as a gift for my son, after years of flawless excellence from this in my own kitchen. Fully 3-ply all the way up the sides. Quality in both form and function. Easily as good as ANY top of the line brand (I know, I own a few of those!) at a fraction if the cost. I could not be happier.
the 12 " was awful.it burned at low heat.Probably defective.I returned it for a 10" saute pan which is my new frying pan.it's excellent.works like a stainless pan should.
This was a great pan for the price. I purchased a 1-quart sauce pan last year and liked it so much I bought one for my friend.
I think the pan is fine. It does heat evenly and cleans up nicely.
However the actual cooking space is much smaller than I expected. Supposedly.... And according to manufacturer's name...it's the same pan that my mom has, but it's not.... The pan that I totally flipped out for had a larger cooking space and was not made in China.
My mothers pan, carrying the same name and design is a better sauté pan period! it's model number is different and was made at an earlier time.
Why companies do that..... I don't know... Perhaps greed.....
Will I rave about the pan I received.... No
Would I recommend it... I think so, but I wouldn't go out of my way
Will I look to get more pieces.... No
Just being honest.
It's an okay pan! Better than a Teflon coated one, but that's it.
I love this pan so much! Sauteing with this pan is effortless and easy. It's also light and just looks gorgeous.
5/5, absolutely no complaints on this one.
Love this pan! Cooking surface is about 7", which is typical of a slope-sided pan. Prefer to hand wash and use Bar Keepers Friend, which removes any residual marks from cooking and also restores brilliance. It's important to read directions regarding not cooking on High heat.
The 10" pan's actual inside cooking surface is nearly 2"s SMALLER than a 10" Calphalon pan that it was supposed to replace. Two chicken breasts would not even fit! The quality of the pan seems fine but be aware of this limitation. We will try the 12" and see what happens.
My only suggestion is that it would have the option to purchase a lid. The size is perfect. A smaller size is not necessary. The handle stays cool and feels nice. The weight is not too heavy but solid.
This is almost as good as my caphalon pan. It cooks evenly with nonstick spray. The size compliments a larger pan for small items. My only complaint is that the inside of the pan curves up at a sharper angle than the picture giving you less cooking space than it appears.
Sticks a little. Clean up is easy with bar keepers friend. Also cleans easy after cooking if you let it cool and let it soak with a little water in it while you are eating. I may get another one to be able to cook twice as much.
I love Tramontina Tri-Ply, (I have & love the 12") but this 10" pan was not perfectly flat on the bottom (a little concave), therefore there would be an air gap between most of the bottom of the pan and the glass top burner leading to uneven & inefficient heating. I return the pan unused.
Hopefully this was just a flawed pan and a problem with all of this series.
Hint for those using a smooth top burner: place a straight edge (i.e. ruler) on the bottom of the pan and hold up to the light. There should be almost no light shining between the ruler & the pan.