Tramontina® Restaurant Pro Skillets
Now you can achieve restaurant quality cooking at home with this restaurant-style cookware specifically designed for fast and even heating. Professional quality heavy-gauge aluminum has a durable platinum Teflon nonstick interior that is scratch-resistant and easy to clean. Heavy-gauge, cast stainless steel handle with removable silicone grip that is oven safe to 400°F. Hand wash. Limited lifetime warranty.
Tramontina® Restaurant Pro Skillets 5 6
Best Have the 8 " & just got the 10" both 5 stars + & made in the USA , now on to the 12 " January 18, 2012
Tramontina Skillets We use our skillet at least once a day if not more. After 6 years, it is time to get a new one. It has definitely taken a beating and showing some scars of abuse. It has been the best skillet we have ever had especially for the low price. Highly recommended. December 26, 2011
Best Value These are truly the best value you will find in non-stick pans. As Nod0911 says: "NO ONE uses . . " those high-end pans in a professional kitchen. The reason is that they all know that NO ONE makes a lifetime nonstick pan - so why invest in a surface that is guaranteed to wear out before the pan does? At the price of the Tramontina you can afford to buy a new one every year if you want! No, I don't work for Tramontina, but I am deffinately a fan since having wasted so much money on high-end pans that never did out perform the Tramontina even when new. I am truly happy with these pans. Go to the store, put one in your hands, and see how it fits. I love the weight, feel, and removable insulated handle cover (so you can put in med oven). Great deal folks, don't pass it up! April 19, 2011
Great Stuff Great saute pans no matter what the price I am a professional Chef and anyone who buys those high end Chef branded cookware items is wasting their money NO ONE uses any of those products in a professional kitchen One of these $25 saute pans will just about outlive you and any of your kitchen needs...save your money and get these March 27, 2011